Fellow Legion fans, we continue to enjoy what we can of the bittersweet final gasp of a Legion series from New 52 til now. Many of your favs reappear to delight you again, Comet Queen, Dragonwing, Chemical Kid, etc.
[Legion Fan Club] presents Legion vs Dominators, LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #10-15
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #10 Star Boy takes a ragtag team on a suicide mission into Dominator space to rescue Brainiac 5. DC Universe
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #11 Cosmic Boy threatens Mon-El’s leadership if he doesn’t act immediately to save not only Brainiac and Dream Girl, but also the outclassed squad who’ve gone to rescue them. DC Universe
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #12 The Legion’s battle against the Dominators comes to an epic conclusion and the fate of Comet Queen is revealed. DC Universe
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #0 The tale of Brainiac’s admission into the Legion of Super-Heroes. DC Universe
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #13 The Legion takes on space pirates!
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #14 Element Lad tries to take Chemical Kid under his wing as they go after the mercenaries who injured Cosmic Boy. DC Universe
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (2011-) #15 Welcome to Barcelona! So what’s this 21st century city doing in the 31st century? Glorith, Dragonwing and Chemical Kid are on the case! DC Universe
Questions to ponder (spoilers abound, BEWARE!!!:
The Dominators have appeared several times in Legion stories so far. What seems to motivate them to do the bad things they do? Are they just misunderstood politically?
Once again the theme of the importance of good leadership comes up. Is the Legion organized well for a government-backed militia / police squad? Why or why not?
Does issue 0 finally get Brainiac 5 right, or do you prefer other eras’ versions of Brainiac 5? Why?
The last two stories again feature the new Legionnaires. Which one sticks out in your mind most after reading these issues as your favorite newbie and why is that?
The next two weeks we’ll try to go a little lighter for the holidays. There are some fun gaps in the eras we’ve already spent time in that we’ll catch up on, starting next week with the very early Levitz days of the late 70s!
Long live the Legion
Long live the Legion
Long live the Legion!