This first week of the 2020 New Year, [Legion Fan Club] rushes to the end of Legion Story Time (until the new Legion started up a month or so ago) with the conclusion of New 52 Legion Lost!
Legion Lost (2011) #12, 0, 13-16
Remember, New 52 comics are short to read!
Legion Lost (2011) #12 The team devises a plan to save their future by staying alive in the present! Will they survive the fight against the Metamerican and the Metamarines, or lose the battle against each other? DC Universe
Legion Lost (2011) #0 The New 52 origin of the Legionnaire Timber Wolf in a tale of revenge and the vicious circle it creates! DC Universe
Legion Lost (2011) #13 Harvest returns as Kwark the Space Barbarian comes forth to kill! The team may have survived The Culling, but will they make it through this adventure? DC Universe
Legion Lost (2011) #14 When Earth is threatened by a genocidal horde the Lost Legionnaires must form an uneasy alliance with their enemy: Harvest! DC Universe
Legion Lost (2011) #15 The lost Legionnaires must decide if they are willing to sacrifice millions in order to save billions! DC Universe
Legion Lost (2011) #16 In order to save billions of lives, the Lost Legionnaires must decide if they are willing to sacrifice millions when they detonate a bomb that will destroy the alien machine from Daggor! DC Universe
Questions to consider (spoilers ahead):
- Which secrets in issue #12 seem the most explosive if revealed? Love triangle, predictions of the future, other?
- Does the ferocity and origin of Timber Wolf in Issue #0 remind you at all of the werewolf mythology? Why or why not?
- Issues #13-16 feature the final battle we will see of Legion Lost, as they combat against Kwark the Space Barbarian. What do you think of Kwark as a character?
- Was the final Legion Lost 4-issue storyline of teaming up with Harvest to defeat Kwark well-written in your opinion? What worked well and what fell short for you (example: Superboy was made for Legion, but how about this version of Superboy and Legion)?
Next week is our Wednesday night Watchalong, I hope to see many of your then!
We’ll be reading more of the Legionnaires 90’s run next week as well, to be posted Wednesday as well.