Legion of Super Heroes
At the end of Supergirl’s first season, a rocket crashed to Earth, and Supergirl was shocked by what she found inside. The confirmation came from The CW today that Mon-El has been cast for the next season.
I continue to think about a Legion of Super-Heroes television series, and how it would A) be so easy to create, and B) be a slam dunk for The CW. There’s also a C, but that requires Greg Berlanti to hire Matthew Peterson and me to run the show for him. When I think about LoSH, I also think about Gene Gonzales, who has created wonderful sketches of the team members over the years. Today, we present his take on Matter-Eater Lad.
The Man Of Steel meets the Lord Of Lies, while a Legionnaire runs headlong into an apple metaphor, in an issue rife with quasi-biblical innuendo. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Action Comics #378 awaits!
DC Entertainment has announced the next LEGO direct to video movie will feature the Legion of Super-Heroes, or at the very least Cosmic Boy in Minifigure form.
Top Five Legion of Super-Heroes Members Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. They are the teenagers from the future that want to save the universe! This week, we run down our top five members of the Legion of Super-Heroes
One positive outcome of the LEGO Dimensions game is that we may end up getting cool new figures without getting full LEGO sets. Spoilerites know the Legion of Super-Heroes are favorites of ours, and it looks like an upcoming LEGO Dimensions series may feature the big three.
Love the Legion of Super-Heroes? Love Dream Girl? Here’s Gene Gonzales’s take on the character in her ’70s getup.
Trapped in the 30th Century when his Metropolis was taken, Superboy and the remnants of the mighty Legion of Super-Heroes have held things together for nearly a year. But will they compromise all their beliefs and fight for their freedom at Telos’ command? Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Superboy And The Legion Of Super-Heroes #1 awaits!
As much as I rail against “event” comics, there are a few that come along that I actually do enjoy, as hard as it is to believe it! And those mostly have been when Star Trek has encountered other sci-fi franchises!
Sometimes, you wonder if a book is going to be any good, or whether it’s just going to disappoint you and leave you sad like so many other books have. And sometimes, you find your expectations are more than met. Your Major Spoilers review of Justice League United Annual #1 awaits! Sometimes, you wonder if a book is going to be any good, or whether it’s just going to disappoint you and leave you sad like so many other books have. And sometimes, you find your expectations are more than met. Your Major Spoilers review of Justice League United Annual #1 awaits!
Most of the time, the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day features original art, but today I’m deviating a little bit by not using a photo from DeviantArt, but instead an altered photo by Frank Celaya that shows the Legion of Super-Heroes from a long, long time ago.
Or – “How To Kill Your Franchise In 5 Years Or Less…” As a 30-year fan of the Legion of Super-Heroes, I was vaguely saddened to hear that the book was being cancelled when the news broke a couple of months ago, but it was a complex and remote sadness. Given that the New 52 era LSH had never really found its stride, part of me wondered if it wasn’t all for the best, but subsequent issues seemed to get some of their groove back. What does the future hold for the future? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!