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Seven heroes from the 31st century have traveled back to the present day. Their mission: Save their future from annihilation. But when the future tech they brought with them fails, they find themselves trapped in a nightmarish world that, for them, is the ultimate struggle to survive!

Don’t miss the start of this all-new LEGION series illustrated by Pete Woods – fresh off his spectacular run on ACTION COMICS – who is joined by writer Fabian Nicieza (RED ROBIN)!

Story by Fabian Nicieza
Art by Pete Woods
Colors by Brad Anderson
Letters by Travis Lanham
Cover by Pete Woods & Brad Anderson

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  1. The book I’m most excited about!

  2. Mr. Terrific has more pulls than this? Long Live the Legion.

    • Yeah that sucks. Apparently none of them have read Eric Wallace’s work yet.

      I hope this is good. Fabe N has not been putting out great stuff lately, but he’s had some enjoyable runs on books in the past. And I love the Legion.

  3. I’m really looking forward to this, and if it’s half as good as the last Legion Lost series I’ll be well happy.

  4. so… this has nothing to do with the original Legion Lost team right?

  5. This could be really really awesome

  6. “Previously on Lost….I mean LEGION Lost.”-Announcer

  7. Just recently got into the Legion after reading Legion Lost by DnA. I’m pretty pumped for both the new Legion titles.

  8. Hoping this rocks my socks off. Really gotten into the legion over the last year+ thanks to Paul Levitz and Yildiray Cinar. Not a huge fan of Fabian Nicieza, but my love of Legion and Pete Woods is enough to rope me in for a few issues. Here’s hoping they can pull it off.

  9. First foray into Legion territory, hope I’ll like it!

  10. They killed Gates! You bastards!

  11. Shocked by the low ratings for this. Granted, it was a little “Let’s all explain our powers all the time” heavy, but it’s a cool concept with great art and an awesome team… From the future! 4/5, easy.

    • I thought it was better than its rating as well. Plus killing two characters this soon makes me want to see what comes next.

    • Pretty easy explanation to the low rating. People like myself who have no knowledge of Legion, and for who this book was a confusing mess. I’m sure it works for the Legion fans. This is a book that has always seem to be a love it or leave it type of thing. I don’t think anything has changed in that regard.

    • I enjoyed Legion Lost, and actually found it pretty easy to follow, and I have no history with Legion Lost. (I didn’t even know there was another comic series by this title.)

      (You can check out my larger comment in Paul’s article: )

    • @powerdad – was this issue a continuation of something that happened in their Flashpoint Tie-In? They mentioned Flashpoint. Anyways, you’re better reader than I because I felt like I was just thrown into to their story, and not in a good way like Star Wars.

    • @AmirCat – Legion didn’t have a Flashpoint tie-in. They only mentioned it because of the time travel.

    • @AmirCat, I didn’t read Flashpoint, so I don’t/didn’t know. (I did read the first issue of the Graysons and Deadman, and have purchased but haven’t read yet The Outsider, and Abin Sur; but that’s all my dealings with Flashpoint.)

      Rustyautoparts puts it well. As I understand Flashpoint is about Professor Zoom changing time, and Barry Allen noticing things have changed and tries to change it back (which results in the new DC universe). Since the Legion is from the 31st century and does a lot of time traveling, they probably notice time altering changes via their space/time equipment, and it sounds like like these time changes are something they have trouble “sailing past/around”. (Note: I did know ahead of time that the Legion is from the 31st century.)

      In short, it’s a nod to the big event which has resulted in all these number 1 issues, but is in the end a minor comment not requiring much understanding. And if I’m wrong (and understanding is needed), I’m assuming this is coming in the next issues (because it wasn’t meaningful for this one).

      Again, I think my lack of knowledge probably helped me enjoy this more, since I can make more assumptions about or ignore what’s going on, verses someone else who “knows” what people are talking about and might be bothered by its lack of “understandable connection to the global continuity”.

      OH! But I do know to look for the Hooded Woman (does she have a name?), and spotted her in the issue. I’ve heard people say she’s a possible “reset button” (or perhaps better called the “restore button” for the comics), but I don’t understand why she fits into that potential role. (Probably should have read Flashpoint, huh.)

  12. This comic seemed to be a pretty standard Legion book until they killed two of the team in the first issue!
    Really loved this issue. Interested to see where this story is headed. Love the Pete Woods art

  13. Glad to hear someone enjoyed this. As for me, it seemed rather busy and confusing…almost as if some of the panels were missing. Mind you, I haven’t kept up with the Legion goings-on since the early 90’s. (By the way, where is Lighting Lad these days?)
    Guess I’ll try my luck with the other Legion title due to hit next week.

  14. yeah never heard of legion before and as a new reader this was….horrible! Most confused I’ve been reading a comic in a long time. 2/5 from a new reader perspective.

  15. I gave it a 3. It would have been a 4 if it wasn’t the first issue. Seemed a bit rushed, and the antagonist wasn’t explained very well. I know we’re coming in mid-story, but I think that was a problem. Pete Woods’ art was great in places — especially the cover — but was a bit wonky here and there.

  16. This is game over!!!!!!!!! Another book down thats three for this relaunch so far; not bad considering right??
    This was just rushed, confusing and well really did not care at all for anyone of these characters since there was no building and no idea….ah shit…it sucked sorry!!
    Casualties for K:
    Legion Lost
    Static Shock

    Just sayin’,


  17. Baffling.

  18. i havent been reading legion lost. should i get the volume?

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