Didn't the Legion of Super-Heroes fight something called the Red Circle?

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To expand: It was OK. The story was mildly interesting, the art was only slightly subpar. I'll most likely pick up the others, if I remember to.
It was the Dark Circle, Baron B.
Not to be confused with Black Zero.
Or the White Triangle, whom the Legion also fought.
Or the Chartreuse Lanterns who they didn't fight
So what emotion do the Chartreuse Lanterns represent?
Don Collett said:
So what emotion do the Chartreuse Lanterns represent?



Ennui.
Just curious - anyone else planning on looking at these Red Circle books?
The Baron said:
Just curious - anyone else planning on looking at these Red Circle books?

I have at least one of them, but I haven't read it yet.
Travis Herrick said:
The Baron said:
Just curious - anyone else planning on looking at these Red Circle books?

I have at least one of them, but I haven't read it yet.

Oh. Is more than one out, already?
Hangman #1, Inferno #1, and The Web #1 are all out.

The first two at least, should be read in order. I haven't read the Web yet.

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All of 'em are as dull as dishwater so far.

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