The triumphant return of the Lost Legionnaires to 31st-century Earth may be extremely short-lived...especially if the Oversight Watch--under the orders of United Planets President Leland McCauley--has any say in the matter! United in name only, the planets will need a guiding hand to unify them once more. But before the Legionnaires can figure out a way to do that, they must first fight McCauley's forces miles underground!
Alan ''The Voice'' McCormick is a radio icon, who broadcasts his late night syndicated radio show alone from his ''secret bunker'' in the high desert, making a career of exploring bizarre conspiracy theories he doesn't actually believe in... until now. Plotted by the film's director, Scott Stewart, and scripted by Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Sinner's Reward). Art by Michael Gaydos (Alias).
After their former colleagues rescued them from President McCauleyÕs ambush, the Legionnaires are brought to the one place they'll be safe--which is also where they can rebuild the future's greatest super-team. This place could very well be the most incredible Legion headquarters ever! And be sure to be sitting when you get to the shocking last page!
The comic book prequel to the hit Sony/Screen Gems movie featuring an all-out war between Heaven and Earth. Legion: Prophets, a 4-part series, introduces us to the ''Prophets''-ordinary people who have yet to understand the powers they possess and their very special role in the apocalyptic events that are about to sweep across the globe two days before Christmas. The series is plotted by the film's director, Scott Stewart, and scripted by Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Sinner's Reward).
Earth's moon is targeted as the latest stage of human evolution. Sadly, the Legion may not be around to stop it after the latest attack from the galaxy's most powerful political figure! If there's one thing he's going to learn, however, it's never to count the Legion out!
All appears bleak, as Earth's moon and its inhabitants are the targets of the galaxy's most politically powerful man! Even worse, as several Legionnaires race to stop the despot's plans, he's found the resurging team's headquarters and dispatched an entire army to destroy it! If there's one thing he's going to learn, however, it's never to count the Legion out!
The Legion learns of the evolutionary "Terrorforming" process intended for Earth by President McCauley, a.k.a. Ra's Al Ghul. But it may be too late, since it's already begun! Whoever said improving the species is a good thing didn't see these guys! We also learn the fate of Legion World, and there may be another surprise or two by issue's end!
It's do or die for the Legion--and Earth--as the team unites in a final battle against Ra's al Ghul, who's successfully jump-started the Terrorform beings that will herald a forced premature evolution of mankind! However, a traitor waiting for the perfect moment to strike may affect the outcome for all involved!
Apparition is en route to Earth to reunite with long-lost husband Ultra Boy and introduce him to the baby son he's never met. Unfortunately, the spacecraft she's traveling in has gone on the fritz, she uncovers a mystery that means imminent trouble for the Legion and Earth, and travel companion-turned-babysitter Timber Wolf finds bringing up this baby is more than he bargained for!
Despite the preparations made by the Legion and Science Police forces, Robotica has successfully invaded Earth in a matter of minutes! To take the planet back, the Legionnaires head for a nearby world with centuries-dormant--but still lethal--warlike capabilities. But what--or whom--they find there is not to be believed! Then again, neither is the leader of Robotica, who finally meets Brainiac 5 face to face!
The Legion has found the one world that might have the weaponry necessary to defeat Robotica and retake Earth. Unfortunately, the only chance they have to use those weapons lies in defeating the legendary figures guarding them! Meanwhile, on Earth, Brainiac 5 matches wits with Robotica's leader, who Brainy is discovering is no slouch in the brains department either!
In the tense minutes before the Legion's final clash with Robotica for the fate of the galaxy, we glimpse the thoughts, fears and aspirations of many of the individuals surrounding the Legionnaires and the United Planets. This is set against an eerie backdrop in which the Robotican leader's origins are revealed to Brainiac 5, and we learn how those origins will forever alter the future!
It's the Legion's final battle with Robotica as the race looks to evolve...and it looks like they have a Legionnaire on their side! Can the heroes convince their teammates that their actions are in error...or will it be they who seal the fate of the human race by preventing the Robotican race's evolution?
Welcome to Timber Wolf's first few days in the Legion fold! Relationships both personal and galactic are strained, one Legionnaire contemplates a leave of absence, a long-overdue memorial takes place and Brin's first official mission goes awry--and not just because he's on the mission with a jealous husband and father in Ultra Boy! He sure could use some super-menaces to fight right about now...
Introducing a new art team and kicking off "Dream Crime," a new five-part storyline! Saturn Girl visits Titan, hoping to repair the damage to her mental powers, and Dreamer hopes the Titanet telepathic system will turn her powers of prediction into a large-scale early-warning network for the United Planets. But Saturn Girl learns the damage to her mind might be more extensive than she believed, and Dreamer's first experiments with the Titanet show her terrible visions of an ancient darkness rising once more.
Saturn Girl awakens from the events of last issue to find that her life has been a hoax. The Legion is still lost in the Kwai galaxy, Live Wire is still alive and the team is still trying desperately to save Element Lad! Saturn Girl must figure out why someone has gone to the trouble of making these last few months seem so real.
The secret behind "Dream Crime" is revealed in the senses-shattering conclusion to this five-part storyline! The heroes of the 31st century find themselves faced with the most comprehensive, stealthiest conquest of civilization ever undertaken. PlusÉthereÕs a menace who exists only in their minds!
Legendary Legion artist Steve Lightle returns for an issue spotlighting the team's darkest member: Umbra! On extended leave from the Legion, Umbra heads home to see if her birth world holds any clues to the disappearance of her powers. But things have changed on Talok VIII, and the darkness that was once her friend is now her enemy.
This issue kicks off the landmark 6-part story, "Foundations," that brings Superboy into the Legion! Part 1 begins in Smallville, where a young Clark Kent is confronted by three oddly dressed teens...but by the end, a dead hero will have returned, a young man will have found his destiny and an apocalyptic darkness prophesied in "Dream Crime" will have reared its ugly head!
"Foundations" reaches a deadly turning point as the mysterious Clark Kent finds his way to Smallville 3003 and Kid Quantum resigns as Legion leader. It all happens just in time for the reigniting of the fires of Apokolips and the rebirth of evils both ancient and new!
The penultimate chapter (5/6) of "Foundations" sees the past and future of the DCU's most monumental menace collide, as time itself collapses! In the 31st Century, on one tiny, surviving scrap of the continuum, the Legion stages a final, desperate effort to restore cosmic order and prevent the total eradication of their universe.