Legion of Super-Heroes #2

    Legion of Super-Heroes » Legion of Super-Heroes #2 - Hostile World released by DC Comics on December 2011.

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    Taken hostage on a hostile world, the Espionage Squad is outmatched by a rebel leader that only one Legionnaire could possibly stand against – but Legion leader Mon-El may be outgunned as well! And just what does Brainiac 5 see in Glorith's magic that could be a game changer for the Legion?


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    Carrying forward with the same approach as the first issue, this issue is also a bit of a mess.  The main issue is the assumption that a new reader will be able to follow along with everything that is happening (in many cases just by the little info boxes they attach to the characters.)  That having been said this issue is better, if only slightly but there are so many divergent plot lines that it is hard to follow what is going on.  Shadow Lass is grieving for some unknown fallen member, who I ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Legion Runs The Future 0

    Legion of Super-Heroes #1 was an amazing issue and I really enjoyed it. Does Issue #2 still live up to how good the last issue was? Yes, it may even be better.  THE GOOD: I like the art. It's simple, the lines are easy to see and I really like it. There is also quite a but of detail in the art as well. The story is what really has improved in this issue. We get to see a new Daxamite that is determined to take down the Legion. I really like seeing how their are still effects happening in this ser...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Did I.... Actually Find Things To Enjoy Here? WORLD ENDING NOW 0

    The Good: Trying to keep the Legion in their own corner of time rather than the awkwardness of crossovers is a good decision, and the idea that the cause relates to Flashpoint is an interesting plot device.  I actually got the feeling that some of the extended ranks of the Legion were actually USEFUL. They weren't just there to pad out the cast to make it a 'Legion.' There was a good sense that the team takes careful consideration on who gets sent out on which missions, and that some are general...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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