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    Fan-favorite LEGION writer Paul Levitz returns to the 31st century super team he made supreme with an all-new intergalactic era! This exciting series picks up on threads from Geoff Johns's "Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes" storyline and creates its own all-new ones, including a Green Lantern Corps tie-in and the destruction of a major planet! Rocket on board here as Levitz and rising star artist Yildiray Cinar (TEEN TITANS) revitalize one of DC's most beloved franchises starting with an oversized first issue with a Variant cover by superstar artist Jim Lee!


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      Quick review, short and sweet!  I was on board with this book since is announcement!  I am an old Legion fan and followed Levitz's work before.  It was my favorite book at one point.  I hoped that the book would rise up once again!  I wasn't let down!  Mind you I did not go back and read anything done before.  I wanted to approach this with a fresh look and as a new reader would.   The story pulls from current Legion, read that as Johns' Legion, continuity.  I love how Levitz pulled from this ...

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    Review: Legion of Super-Heroes #1 0

    The Legion resists the forced induction of Earth-Man into their ranks while chaos fall on Titan after arrogant scientists view the beginning of time.  The Good There's definitely a powerful sense of "holy dread" to the scene where the scientists pluck the forbidden fruit, so to speak, and view the creation of the universe. Cinar's rendering of DC's iconic "cosmic hand" conveyed an excellent off-kilter awe, as if this were truly something too powerful to be witne...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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