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Legion Of Super-Heroes Volume 3: Fatal Five by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela and Scott Kolins (graphic novel review).

August 30, 2014 | By | Reply More
Legion Of Super-Heroes Volume 3: Fatal Five by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela and Scott Kolins (graphic novel review).

The literal final volume of ‘The New 52’ version of ‘The Legion Of Super-Heroes’ is an all out confrontation between the LSH and the Fatal Five, probably their most dangerous opponents. Tharok, their leader, has hit the United Planets where it hurts, their technology, and turned their quantum connectors against them, giving the LSH an […]

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Legion Of Super-Heroes Volume 2: The Dominators by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela and Scott Kolins (graphic novel review).

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Legion Of Super-Heroes Volume 2: The Dominators by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela and Scott Kolins (graphic novel review).

Having only recently heard that DC Comics had cancelled ‘The New 52’ version of ‘The Legion Of Super-Heroes’ last year through lack of sales, I thought I ought to have a look at their last two of three collected volumes before these, too, vanished into the winds of time. It seems today’s younger audience never […]

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Legion Of Super-Heroes Volume 1: Hostile World by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela and Walter Simonson (comic-book review).

December 22, 2012 | By | Reply More
Legion Of Super-Heroes Volume 1: Hostile World by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela and Walter Simonson (comic-book review).

If there’s one aspect of the DC Universe that can be affected by the reality changes in the current time period, then it’s the 30th-31st century which houses the Legion Of Super-Heroes continuity that has existed since the early 1960s. Originally seen as a means to allow Superboy to be part of a team of […]

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