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ISBN:
0857684256
Author:
Paul Levitz
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Titan Publishing Company (July 1, 2011)
Pages:
144 pages
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Rating:
4.3
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Legion of Super Heroes: The Silver Age Omnibus Hardcover. Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 1: Hostile World (The New 52) Paperback.

The 1958 version of the Legion of Super-Heroes (also called the original or Preboot Legion) is a fictional superhero team in the 31st century of the DC Comics Universe. The team is the first incarnation of the Legion of Super-Heroes, and was followed by the 1994 and 2004 rebooted versions. It first appeared in Adventure Comics (April 1958) and was created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.

The Legion of Super-Heroes is a fictional superhero team appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by writer Otto Binder and artist Al Plastino, the Legion is a group of superpowered beings living in the 30th and 31st centuries of the DC Comics Universe, and first appears in Adventure Comics (April 1958). Initially, the team was closely associated with the original Superboy character (Superman when he was a teenager), and was portrayed as a group of time travelers.

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Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes Vol 1 (1976-1979)

Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes Vol 1 (1976-1979). Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes continues the numbering sequence from Superboy (Volume 1). Although the Legion of Super-Heroes were regular supporting cast members in the title since issue it wasn't until issue that title officially changed to Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes. The series continued under the new title for a total of 36 issues. Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes

Book in the Legion of Super-Heroes retroboot Series). From the 30th century come these formative tales of The Legion of Super-Heroes.

Book in the Legion of Super-Heroes retroboot Series). Witness new retellings of Superboy s first meeting with Saturn Girl, Cosmic Boy and Lightning Lad as they bring him into the future. How will The Boy of Steel handle it when he learns of his destiny as the World s Greatest Super-Hero? Plus, don t miss the funeral of Legion benefactor . Brande, who has a few surprises in his will.

Ostensibly Superboy intends to update Legion of Super-Heroes stories from the early 1960s Adventure Comics .

Ostensibly Superboy intends to update Legion of Super-Heroes stories from the early 1960s Adventure Comics to - from the team's formation through to the "Death of Lightning Lad" story (later resurrected). Exactly what and how it updates wasn't clear to me, only a casual Legion reader, and I imagine won't be clear to most readers. Paul Levitz's new Legion run seems to be popular overall, so my hope is that his first volume of the ongoing series, Legion of Super-Heroes: The Choice, is back up to the bar that Geoff Johns set. If not, I can't imagine how DC will rectify it all before the relaunch comes.

Legion of Super-Heroes (volume 3) (1984-1989) The Time Trapper served as this during Paul Levitz's v3 run in the 1980s

Legion of Super-Heroes (volume 3) (1984-1989). Overlapped Tales for a year, and then Tales switched to one year delayed reprints of this book. Cosmic Boy (1986-1987). The Time Trapper served as this during Paul Levitz's v3 run in the 1980s. President Chu from the early postboot run. Big-Bad Ensemble: The Time Trapper, Mordru, and Glorith during the Giffen-Bierbaum run in the early 1990s. The former two eventually coalesced into a Big Bad Duumvirate towards the end of the run.

Электронная книга "Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes", Paul Levitz, Len Wein, Gerry Conway

Электронная книга "Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes", Paul Levitz, Len Wein, Gerry Conway. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Legion of Super-Heroes . .The Legion intercepts information on Zaryan's next target and confronts him in the skies above Naltor.

Legion of Super-Heroes ; Brainiac 5]; Zaryan; Waphan; Nura Nal; Beren; Doomsday (statue); Lex Luthor (statue); Bizarro (statue); Cyborg Superman (statue); Mongul (statue).

From the 30th century come these formative tales of The Legion of Super-Heroes.Witness new retellings of Superboy's first meeting with Saturn Girl, Cosmic Boy and Lightning Lad as they bring him into the future. How will The Boy of Steel handle it when he learns of his destiny as the World's Greatest Super-Hero? Plus, don't miss the funeral of Legion benefactor R.J. Brande, who has a few surprises in his will.
  • Iell
Good collections of stories. If you are looking for a flowing comic this is not really it. It is more like individual stories all with the same theme, Superboy going into the future to help out the legion.
  • Qucid
Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes: The Early Years collects issues #515-520 of Adventure Comics, all originally published in 2010. Publication quality is decent with medium-gloss paper and a flexible spine. The editing, however, is rather poor. Because there is no table of contents and the issue numbers have also been removed from the original covers, readers who care about such things will have difficulty knowing what issue they are reading at any given time. Also lacking is a much needed back story summary seeing as the stories in this collection assume knowledge of events taking place in recent issues of the Superman books (specifically Superman: Brainiac, the New Krypton books, and Superman: War of the Supermen), as well as Justice League of America, Vol. 2: The Lightning Saga and Legion of Super-Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions).

As for the stories, the six issues collected here make for an unusually disjointed graphic novel. Though each is something of a stand alone story taking place during the early days of the Legion, most of them depend upon plot points and character development that occurred in previously published books. This occasionally makes for some very awkward plot jumps; the original death of Lightning Lad story (which can be found in Legion of Super-Heroes Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive Editions)), for instance, provides key plot points for a number of these issues, but the character's actual death occurs, without ever being shown, in between issues #519 and #520. Character development suffers for the same reason--in the first issue Saturn Girl flirts heavily with Superboy; in the third she sleeps with Cosmic Boy; and in the last she confesses in a monologue her undying love for Lightning Lad, despite the fact that these issues have barely shown the two characters even interact. Though this reviewer is usually a fan of writer Paul Levitz's work, the awkward structure of these quasi-standalone tales simply doesn't work. The art, mostly by Kevin Sharpe and Marlo Alquiza (but with one issue done by Eduardo Pansica) is in a somewhat generic superhero style. Though it gets the job done fine, with the Legion's giant cast of characters a more detailed approach to the drawing of characters would have worked better.

If you're a Legion fan, you'll probably want to pick this book up, but expect to be disappointed by the book's disjointed structure. Casual readers, however, should stay away--without a back story summary, you'll have a difficult time with this volume. Superman/Superboy fans should also be aware: despite the title, Superboy is barely even a supporting character in most of these stories.
  • Foiuost
It always bothers me that The Legion of Super-Heroes has never really gotten the same kind of mainstream success as, say, for instance Batman. They are often critically acclaimed, but their biggest buying pool is from older comic lovers like myself, who fell in love with the Legion way back when. They always have a great adventure and plot, by some of the best writers out there, and the art is always spectacular. That being said, I LOVE that Superboy, Clark Kent when he was still very young, joined them in the future for an extended length of time. And whenever Supergirl is part of the stories, the Legion always really shines then too. So this is a Legion story, but it's also a part of the coming of age process for Superman, as we get a glimpse into his past, and the DCU's future. The stories are fairly self contained, but they're all very well written, and the art caused me to have to do a double take more than once. This is a GREAT chapter in the ever growing mythos of the Legion. I enjoyed this graphic novel very much, and have ordered a bunch more just to see what I've been missing. (Legion of Superheroes: Volumes 1-3) The cartoon is great, but these are just much more serious, and Paul Levitz (Who has done some of the best Legion stories EVER.) knows these characters like the back of his hand. As I said, I immediately went to buy some more Legion stories, and honestly, is there ever any better endorsment than that? This is a delightful graphic novel, and if you give it a try, I don't think you'll be disappointed.

Thanks so much for your time folks.
Sincerely, R.A. McDowell
  • Morlunn
The story should be good for a 10 year old
I will never understand why they keep writing the legion..like if they were little kids..from the sixties...DC...has done such a poor job..with writing...and drawing...these kids...why not give series to Mike Carey...Scott Snyder...make it a T + Or mature rating...go for broke there are so many great artists...stop writing and drawing this book...like if for children...talk about waisting potential..
  • Garr
This book is extremely disjointed, with no rhyme or reason to which stories they are going to do. Also several characters were changed so dramatically
in this story, RJ Brande for one. He went from being a well spoken changeling trapped in human form to someone who speaks really badly. He never did that..
I'm very disappointed by this book, none of the stories kept to the Legion stories of years ago.
  • Akelevar
The artists who drew/painted the characters need to go back to art school. This is amateur grade quality at best. Simple perspective issues are rampant, and they seem to have difficulty staying on model.

I'm returning it.