Part Two: Down in the Bunker

Convergence: Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes
Issue: 
2
07-Jul
2015

Team Work

Convergence
Issue: 
6
07-Jul
2015

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The Multiversity
Issue: 
2
06-Jun
2015

The Justice League Darkseid War: Prologue

Justice League
Issue: 
40
06-Jun
2015

Ride the Wave

Convergence Booster Gold
Issue: 
1
06-Jun
2015

The Return

Convergence
Issue: 
4
06-Jun
2015

The Time Trapper appears not once, but several times in Deimos's prison.

Part One: My Home in the Sky

Convergence: Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes
Issue: 
1
06-Jun
2015

The Infinitus Saga: Part 2 of 5

Justice League United
Issue: 
6
01-Jan
2015

Untitled

Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse
Issue: 
6
01-Jan
2015

The Infinitus Saga Part 1 of 5

Justice League United Annual
Issue: 
1
12-Dec
2014

Duplicate Damsel/Girl is called "Duo Damsel"

 

 

 

There was one comic with Legion content this week.

Justice League United: Future's End #1

November 2014

"Home World: Part 1 of 2"

 

There were three Legion-related comics with cover dates of July 2009:


Action Comics #877

July 2009

"The Sleepers Part 3"

 

The only Legion content was an image of Mon-El on a viewscreen, but at least there was some cute-boy action in the form of a teenage Chris Kent.

 


R.E.B.E.L.S. #4

July 2009

"From Beyond"

 

A galaxy full of Starro's minions are after Vril Dox, and the Omega Men come face-to-face with another batch of Starro-controlled aliens.

 

Superman #688

July 2009

"The Fall and Rise of Jonathan Kent"

 

Mon-El, temporarily subbing for Superman, is having trouble with his anti-lead serum. Doctor Light gives him a year and a half to live. Our favorite Daxamite is pretty down in the dumps, but then he meets Mitch (who later turns out to be Matter-Eater Lad in disguise), who bolsters his spirits.

Meanwhile, the Guardian leads a task force which rescues Tellus from durance vile. 

There was one Legion comic cover-dated July 2004.

The Legion #33

July 2004

"Notorious Part 2"

 

The final showdown between the Legion and Credo. When it's clear that the Legion is going to win, Singularity attempts to destroy the whole world in a Samson-in-the-Temple stunt. Live Wire stops him, redeeming the name of the Progenitor.

There was one comic with Legion content this week:


Scribblenauts Unmasked: A Crisis of Imagination #7

September 2014

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In two panels near the beginning of the story, Lilly chronicles an adventure with the Scribblenauts Legion vs the Fatal Five in the Old West.

To date, this is the most recent Legion appearance.

You know, for a group that's canceled, the Legion sure seems to be showing up a lot lately. Of course, they're showing up in children's comics...but as Cliché Lad is always telling us, children are the future....

There were 3 Legion-related comics with cover dates of July 1989:


Legion of Super-Heroes #62

July 1989

"Why Must Magic Triumph?"

 

Part 3 of the Magic Wars ended with the heroic yet pointless death of Magnetic Kid aka Pol Krinn. This was the penultimate issue of the Original Legion's 31 year history.

 

L.E.G.I.O.N.'89 #6

July 1989

"Heroes...and Villains!

 

Character development continues and L.E.G.I.O.N. gets into more trouble.

 

 

Secret Origins #42

July 1989

"Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad Boys"

 

This story marked the debut of the Legion as re-imagined by Tom and Mary Bierbaum and Keith Giffen. It wasn't a bad little tale, and it was mostly consistent with the Original Legion...but the mention of Stig Ah aka Reflecto from Rimbor was a definite bit of retcon -- and a portent of things to come.

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