When the Legion returns to their own book in May, it will be the older, original Legion not either of the reboots. The question is "Will we read about heroes in their thirties with complex backstories or would we rather have them young again or again young?"
I know their history since Legion was the first book I bought regularly, yet that very history that makes them unique is also a weight that may drag them down. A 30 year old Lightning "Lad" with an attitude may be annoying while a rebellious 16 year old is interesting. Garth and Irma's love being set in stone is comforting but being free to date anyone is exciting!
Therefore I ask, Do we want a Legion our own age with their past intact or another NEW Legion where anything can happen?
I like the explanation of the Backstreet Boys the best. When asked if they should change their name now that they're adults, they replied that don't recall anybody asking the Beach Boys, Oak Ridge Boys or Pet Shop Boys to change their names.
"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx
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It was "Superboy & the Legion" #235 and Superboy had to be brainwashed into forgetting it!