History Awesome / LegionOfSuper-Heroes

7th Feb '18 12:34:35 AM EricW
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[[caption-width-right:350:The Great Darkness Saga]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The Great Darkness Saga]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Yes, that is Superboy and Supergirl punching Darkseid together. Why do you ask?]]
23rd Jan '18 11:41:35 AM MikeW
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* Suspicious of the President of Earth, Mon-El goes after him only to have the man take him down easily. He then drops his holographic disguise to reveal his true identity: ''Ra's al Ghul.''
23rd Jan '18 11:38:40 AM MikeW
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* For weeks, the Legion have been trashed and attacked by a pack of creatures sent by a mysterious "master." This being uses his power to take control of the entire population of Daxaam and then switch their world to under a yellow sun, giving three billion beings the power of Superman. He then has them use their powers to destroy their own world and carve it into the image of their Master. As they fly out to rampage the galaxy, their master stands atop this new world and at long last, the reader sees who it is: '''DARKSEID.'''
15th Dec '17 1:50:56 PM lillolillo
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[[caption-width-right:350:The Great Darkness Saga]]
14th Nov '16 6:34:51 AM Tron80
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** Then there's how Karate Kid gained admittance to the Legion--by picking a fist fight with the insanely powerful [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] Superboy and lasting a few minutes. Or the time he tore apart solid titanium gates in order to break his fellow Legionnaires out of prison. Or hell, the fact that, when superpowers were briefly outlawed, Karate Kid was banned from using his martial arts skills, because they were so advanced as to qualify as a power.

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** * Then there's how Karate Kid gained admittance to the Legion--by picking a fist fight with the insanely powerful [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] Superboy and lasting a few minutes. Or the time he tore apart solid titanium gates in order to break his fellow Legionnaires out of prison. Or hell, the fact that, when superpowers were briefly outlawed, Karate Kid was banned from using his martial arts skills, because they were so advanced as to qualify as a power.




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* Both Comicbook/{{Superboy}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} take on Comicbook/{{Darkseid}} in ''[[http://bronzeagebabies.blogspot.com.es/2011/02/legion-of-super-heroes-great-darkness.html The Great Darkness Saga]]''.
23rd Oct '16 12:46:00 PM nombretomado
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* Chameleon and Infectious Lass in GailSimone's "For No Better Reason" arc:

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* Chameleon and Infectious Lass in GailSimone's Creator/GailSimone's "For No Better Reason" arc:
18th Oct '16 10:10:46 AM MikeW
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* Lightning Lord attacks Lightning Lad and Saturn Girl, Garth trying to hold back as they're fighting in a med-center. When Lord calls Saturn Girl "a telepathic slut," Garth's eyes glow solid yellow energy. "Mekt...you just made me forget you're my brother." The next panel shows Lightning Lord being blasted through three walls.
14th Mar '16 7:56:23 PM Whiplasherman
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* R.J. Brande, the Legion's patron and financier, has a moment as awesome as anything the Legion did. In "Superboy and the LSH" #258, he confronts the man who stole his fortune and made the richest man in the galaxy a pauper ... the President of the United Planets! At a full, public council meeting the President admits it, starts to cry, and explains why he did it -- to finance the reconstruction of Earth after a recent devastating war. He knew otherwise there'd be years of poverty, starvation, etc. He finishes ranting "and I'd do it again!" And is led off a broken man. A councilwoman addresses Brande and reassures him there will be restitution. And Brande tells them no. They can keep the money, because although it was illegal, what the President did was absolutely right. And he marches out of the council chamber, saying "I made one fortune, I can make another. And by God, we'll BOTH be rich again". Cue thunderous applause.



* The Ranzz Family, Garth, Imra, and Ayla, rescuing Garth and Imra's twin boys, Graym and Garridan, from a cult that worships Darkseid on the planet Avalon. The finishing touch was Imra utterly DESTROYING the cult leader with a projection of Darkseid in his mind, speaking as a woman with experience in having dealt with the dark god beforehand.

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* The Ranzz Family, Garth, Imra, and Ayla, rescuing Garth and Imra's twin boys, Graym and Garridan, from a cult that worships Darkseid on the planet Avalon. The finishing touch was Imra utterly DESTROYING the cult leader with a projection of Darkseid in his mind, speaking as a woman with experience in having dealt with the dark god beforehand.
22nd Jan '16 11:53:00 PM SarcasmKid
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* From "The Legionnaire Who Killed": Superboy, Mon-El, Ultraboy, and Supergirl, all of them invulnerable, coming to Starboys defense when the Legion puts him on trial for killing a man in self-defense. Superboy's argument manages to sway almost half the Legion to his side, and only loses the case by a couple of votes, despite the fact that this was UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} when a superhero killing somebody was pretty much verboten.

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* From "The Legionnaire Who Killed": Superboy, Mon-El, Ultraboy, and Supergirl, all of them invulnerable, coming to Starboys Starboy's defense when the Legion puts him on trial for killing a man in self-defense. Superboy's argument manages to sway almost half the Legion to his side, and only loses the case by a couple of votes, despite the fact that this was UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} when a superhero killing somebody was pretty much verboten.
* Shrinking Violet [[WhatTheHellHero telling off]] her decidedly ex-boyfriend, Duplicate Boy of Lallor, for not doing anything to save her when he realized she'd been switched with Yera... and then having the gall to still think they were a couple.
25th Dec '15 6:10:03 PM nombretomado
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** Then there's how Karate Kid gained admittance to the Legion--by picking a fist fight with the insanely powerful SilverAge Superboy and lasting a few minutes. Or the time he tore apart solid titanium gates in order to break his fellow Legionnaires out of prison. Or hell, the fact that, when superpowers were briefly outlawed, Karate Kid was banned from using his martial arts skills, because they were so advanced as to qualify as a power.

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** Then there's how Karate Kid gained admittance to the Legion--by picking a fist fight with the insanely powerful SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] Superboy and lasting a few minutes. Or the time he tore apart solid titanium gates in order to break his fellow Legionnaires out of prison. Or hell, the fact that, when superpowers were briefly outlawed, Karate Kid was banned from using his martial arts skills, because they were so advanced as to qualify as a power.



* From "The Legionnaire Who Killed": Superboy, Mon-El, Ultraboy, and Supergirl, all of them invulnerable, coming to Starboys defense when the Legion puts him on trial for killing a man in self-defense. Superboy's argument manages to sway almost half the Legion to his side, and only loses the case by a couple of votes, despite the fact that this was the SilverAge when a superhero killing somebody was pretty much verboten.

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* From "The Legionnaire Who Killed": Superboy, Mon-El, Ultraboy, and Supergirl, all of them invulnerable, coming to Starboys defense when the Legion puts him on trial for killing a man in self-defense. Superboy's argument manages to sway almost half the Legion to his side, and only loses the case by a couple of votes, despite the fact that this was the SilverAge UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} when a superhero killing somebody was pretty much verboten.
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