Unlike the other major superhero teams (the Justice Society, the Justice League, the Avengers, etc.), the Legion of Super-Heroes developed gradually, appearing as guest stars throughout all the Superman titles until they go their own series in Adventure Comics #300. As a result their early adventures were uneven and sometimes contradictive. I'll be rereading them in order to put things in perspective and point out the highlights (hopefully).
I have a great love for the Legion as it was the first book that I bought regularly without noticing that I was doing so. I will be using the Legion Archives for this so there will be minor appearances being skipped over. I welcome additions.
I will also try not to comment on events yet to happen, publishing wise and chronologically and focus on each story individually.
Beyond FIRST APPEARANCES, REJECTED APPLICANTS and COSTUME CHANGES I will be pointing out
First, let me say that I do not plan to visit any Legion sites while I do this. I may remember some facts about the stories but I am hoping not to regurgitate the same stuff over and over again. If it gets too repetitive, please let me know.
Second, I will add when I can and hope that you will all bear with me.
Third, this is a thread for all Legion fans but please don't get ahead of me! I'm not as fast as some of you. However any input is more than welcome!
Long Live the Legion!
Next: Greetings From the Future or "In Smallville One Day, Clark Kent Receives a Sudden Shock!"
Philip Portelli said:
ADVENTURE COMICS #304 (Ja'63): The Stolen Super-Powers! by Jerry Siegel and John Forte.
Commander Benson has already discussed this landmark issue from August 2012 though I can't link to it or my specific comments so I'll have to rehash them as I still feel the same way.
Here you go, Phillip: https://captaincomics.ning.com/profiles/blogs/deck-log-entry-145-th...
Thanks, Commander! I don't know why I couldn't do it!
While my efforts pale against yours, I truly appreciate your support!
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