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This disturbing revelation has been brought to you by Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (June 2009) by Geoff Johns, George Pérez, and Scott Koblish.

Now it’s time to determine your geekiness level: exactly how many of the devices and machines used for travel through space, time, and other dimensions did you recognize? From top to bottom, left to right, here’s what I was able to identify off the top of my head:

Oh, and if anyone happens to figure out what any of the ones I missed are, feel free to drop me a line. I’d be interested in knowing…

In Drawing Crazy Patterns, I spotlight at least five scenes/moments from within comic book stories that fit under a specific theme (basically, stuff that happens frequently in comics). Today, we look at how much the Legion of Super-Heroes choke in their original stint as an ongoing comic book feature.

The Legion of Super-Heroes got their own regular feature for the first time in 1962’s Adventure Comics #300 (by Jerry Siegel and John Forte), roughly four years after the Legion made their first comic book appearance in Adventure Comics #247.

Jerry Siegel and John Forte was the creative team on the first six issues. Reader Andy N. wrote in to note that the Legion sure did seem to choke a lot in those early issues. So here, we’ll take a look at all of the choking that the Legion did in those six issues, a whopping FOURTEEN examples in those mere six issues!

The origin of the Legion of Super-Heroes was first published in Superboy #147 in 1968 and re-told several times in different versions over several decades. One aspect that has always remained constant were three heroic teenagers saving the life of a man who would be their benefactor.

In the 30th century , the galaxy is a crowded place. There are thousands of inhabited worlds and intelligent species, and very few of them get along with each other. Still, there are those who believe that a united galaxy is the best solution for everybody. One of those is R.J. Brande , one of the richest men in the galaxy. He pushed for a United Planets organization to handle conflicts between systems, and while he had some support, he also had a lot of resistance. There were some who opposed him so strongly that they wished him dead.

One of these assassination attempts was in the presence of three teenagers, strangers to each other. Imra Ardeen from Titan , with her people's power of telepathy, Rokk Krinn from Braal , one of the best manipulators of magnetic fields on his planet, and Garth Ranzz from Winath , who had gained his powers over electricity in a bizarre accident on another world.

Welcome to Legion of Superheroes Wiki !
A wiki about The Kids' WB's retelling of DC's, Legion of Superheroes and a young version of Superman recruited from the 21st century by the futuristic heroes to battle evil in the 31st century.
The wiki contains 277 articles and 296 images since its creation on October 4, 2010‎.

The series centers on a young Superman's adventures in the 31st century, fighting alongside a group of futuristic superheroes known as the Legion of Super-Heroes. The show was produced by its main designer James Tucker, a co-producer of the Justice League Unlimited series, for the Kids' WB'S line on The CW network.

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This disturbing revelation has been brought to you by Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (June 2009) by Geoff Johns, George Pérez, and Scott Koblish.

Now it’s time to determine your geekiness level: exactly how many of the devices and machines used for travel through space, time, and other dimensions did you recognize? From top to bottom, left to right, here’s what I was able to identify off the top of my head:

Oh, and if anyone happens to figure out what any of the ones I missed are, feel free to drop me a line. I’d be interested in knowing…

In Drawing Crazy Patterns, I spotlight at least five scenes/moments from within comic book stories that fit under a specific theme (basically, stuff that happens frequently in comics). Today, we look at how much the Legion of Super-Heroes choke in their original stint as an ongoing comic book feature.

The Legion of Super-Heroes got their own regular feature for the first time in 1962’s Adventure Comics #300 (by Jerry Siegel and John Forte), roughly four years after the Legion made their first comic book appearance in Adventure Comics #247.

Jerry Siegel and John Forte was the creative team on the first six issues. Reader Andy N. wrote in to note that the Legion sure did seem to choke a lot in those early issues. So here, we’ll take a look at all of the choking that the Legion did in those six issues, a whopping FOURTEEN examples in those mere six issues!

The origin of the Legion of Super-Heroes was first published in Superboy #147 in 1968 and re-told several times in different versions over several decades. One aspect that has always remained constant were three heroic teenagers saving the life of a man who would be their benefactor.

In the 30th century , the galaxy is a crowded place. There are thousands of inhabited worlds and intelligent species, and very few of them get along with each other. Still, there are those who believe that a united galaxy is the best solution for everybody. One of those is R.J. Brande , one of the richest men in the galaxy. He pushed for a United Planets organization to handle conflicts between systems, and while he had some support, he also had a lot of resistance. There were some who opposed him so strongly that they wished him dead.

One of these assassination attempts was in the presence of three teenagers, strangers to each other. Imra Ardeen from Titan , with her people's power of telepathy, Rokk Krinn from Braal , one of the best manipulators of magnetic fields on his planet, and Garth Ranzz from Winath , who had gained his powers over electricity in a bizarre accident on another world.

Welcome to Legion of Superheroes Wiki !
A wiki about The Kids' WB's retelling of DC's, Legion of Superheroes and a young version of Superman recruited from the 21st century by the futuristic heroes to battle evil in the 31st century.
The wiki contains 277 articles and 296 images since its creation on October 4, 2010‎.

The series centers on a young Superman's adventures in the 31st century, fighting alongside a group of futuristic superheroes known as the Legion of Super-Heroes. The show was produced by its main designer James Tucker, a co-producer of the Justice League Unlimited series, for the Kids' WB'S line on The CW network.

• Batman: The Brave and the Bold
• DC Comics
• DC Animated
• DC Movies
• Green Lantern: The Animated Series
• Super Friends
• Superman
• Wonder Woman Wiki
• Batman
• Green Arrow
• The Flash
• Aquaman
• Martian Manhunter
• Shazam
• Hawkman
• Cassandra Cain
• Stephanie Brown
• Gotham Knights Wiki
• Golden Age Comics Wiki
• DC Villains Wiki

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The battle with Reign has put Supergirl into a coma like state to try and heal. Brainiac-5 enters into Supergirls coma-dream and tries to explain to her that she has sustained so much injuries that her body is healed . While she is fine physically in a Legion Healing tube, its up to Supergirl to wake up or she will remain in a coma and die. The DEO has tried to subdue Reign but are having trouble without Supergirl. Will Mon El help the team? What is the secret that he is protecting? Why is Thomas Coville now helping Reign? Written by Movie Dude

This disturbing revelation has been brought to you by Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (June 2009) by Geoff Johns, George Pérez, and Scott Koblish.

Now it’s time to determine your geekiness level: exactly how many of the devices and machines used for travel through space, time, and other dimensions did you recognize? From top to bottom, left to right, here’s what I was able to identify off the top of my head:

Oh, and if anyone happens to figure out what any of the ones I missed are, feel free to drop me a line. I’d be interested in knowing…

In Drawing Crazy Patterns, I spotlight at least five scenes/moments from within comic book stories that fit under a specific theme (basically, stuff that happens frequently in comics). Today, we look at how much the Legion of Super-Heroes choke in their original stint as an ongoing comic book feature.

The Legion of Super-Heroes got their own regular feature for the first time in 1962’s Adventure Comics #300 (by Jerry Siegel and John Forte), roughly four years after the Legion made their first comic book appearance in Adventure Comics #247.

Jerry Siegel and John Forte was the creative team on the first six issues. Reader Andy N. wrote in to note that the Legion sure did seem to choke a lot in those early issues. So here, we’ll take a look at all of the choking that the Legion did in those six issues, a whopping FOURTEEN examples in those mere six issues!

This disturbing revelation has been brought to you by Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (June 2009) by Geoff Johns, George Pérez, and Scott Koblish.

Now it’s time to determine your geekiness level: exactly how many of the devices and machines used for travel through space, time, and other dimensions did you recognize? From top to bottom, left to right, here’s what I was able to identify off the top of my head:

Oh, and if anyone happens to figure out what any of the ones I missed are, feel free to drop me a line. I’d be interested in knowing…

In Drawing Crazy Patterns, I spotlight at least five scenes/moments from within comic book stories that fit under a specific theme (basically, stuff that happens frequently in comics). Today, we look at how much the Legion of Super-Heroes choke in their original stint as an ongoing comic book feature.

The Legion of Super-Heroes got their own regular feature for the first time in 1962’s Adventure Comics #300 (by Jerry Siegel and John Forte), roughly four years after the Legion made their first comic book appearance in Adventure Comics #247.

Jerry Siegel and John Forte was the creative team on the first six issues. Reader Andy N. wrote in to note that the Legion sure did seem to choke a lot in those early issues. So here, we’ll take a look at all of the choking that the Legion did in those six issues, a whopping FOURTEEN examples in those mere six issues!

The origin of the Legion of Super-Heroes was first published in Superboy #147 in 1968 and re-told several times in different versions over several decades. One aspect that has always remained constant were three heroic teenagers saving the life of a man who would be their benefactor.

In the 30th century , the galaxy is a crowded place. There are thousands of inhabited worlds and intelligent species, and very few of them get along with each other. Still, there are those who believe that a united galaxy is the best solution for everybody. One of those is R.J. Brande , one of the richest men in the galaxy. He pushed for a United Planets organization to handle conflicts between systems, and while he had some support, he also had a lot of resistance. There were some who opposed him so strongly that they wished him dead.

One of these assassination attempts was in the presence of three teenagers, strangers to each other. Imra Ardeen from Titan , with her people's power of telepathy, Rokk Krinn from Braal , one of the best manipulators of magnetic fields on his planet, and Garth Ranzz from Winath , who had gained his powers over electricity in a bizarre accident on another world.

This disturbing revelation has been brought to you by Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (June 2009) by Geoff Johns, George Pérez, and Scott Koblish.

Now it’s time to determine your geekiness level: exactly how many of the devices and machines used for travel through space, time, and other dimensions did you recognize? From top to bottom, left to right, here’s what I was able to identify off the top of my head:

Oh, and if anyone happens to figure out what any of the ones I missed are, feel free to drop me a line. I’d be interested in knowing…


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