In this episode of The Legion Clubhouse, we take a look at Adventure Comics #301 and Adventure Comics #302, and discuss what might just be the dumbest origin story of all time. Plus, what happens when you lose your powers?
In this episode of The Legion Clubhouse, we examine Superboy #98, and Adventure Comics #300 and discover the point where the Legion goes from a plot device to main event. Also, Legion of Super-Heroes writer, Mark Waid stops by to talk about his favorite Legion member.
In this episode of The Legion Clubhouse, we look at Adventure Comics #293, and Action Comics #287. What do you do when the Legion is taken down by brains in jars? What’s a Whizzy?
In this episode, we take a look at Superman #147, and Action Comics #290. There is evil afoot, and only the Legion of Super-Heroes (with Superman and Superboy) can stop them!
FX’s Legion television series has captured the minds and imagination of comic (and non-comic) book fans around the country. After each week’s episode, my Twitter timeline blows up with people Tweeting how good the show is, and how they want to see a new episode right away. For those that don’t want the series to end, you are in luck as FX has renewed Legion for a second season.
I honestly thought the Legion series at FX and Marvel Television had been scrapped a while ago, but it looks like it is still on, and FX brought a trailer to the San Diego Comic Con to prove it.
Actress Amber Midthunder (Banshee, Longmire), has been cast in the upcoming X-Men television show: Legion. Legion will air on FX and Midthunder will play Kerry: “a woman of action with a childlike sense of wonder. A true savant, Kerry has lived a sheltered, but never dull life.” Midthunder joins Dan Stevens and Aubrey Plaza already announced as cast members of the show. As the name suggests, showrunner Noah Hawley (Fargo), will be telling the story of Professor Charles Xavier’s son. Have you got theories on Amber Midthunder as Kerry? Share them with us in the comments! Via Deadline.
Before you get too excited, the Legion pilot is not Legion of Superheroes, but rather the X-Men character Legion that you all know and love. Marvel has announced a trio of casting hires for the upcoming pilot for FX Network.
Or – “Why The Best Leaders Aren’t Always Obvious…” I’m a firm believer that it’s never a good idea to try and fully apply real world thought processes to the adventures of our four-color imaginary friends. (Faithful Spoilerites who pay attention will note that I break virtually all of my rules anyway, on a shockingly regular basis.) Recent noise out of Marvel Comics seems to indicate that a coming storyline will deal with a split in ranks the X-Men, leading to two factions, one of which will be led by Wolverine. The ridiculousness of Wolverine leading anything brought me to