History MythologyGag / LegionOfSuperHeroes

15th Oct '17 3:07:36 AM TitoMosquito
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 1.10: One of the colorizations Color Kid gives Superman matches the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse animated version of Bizarro. Other colors include red (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Red), blue (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Blue), and green (giving a sense of Kryptonite poisoning). The beginning of the episode shows a plant monster that attacks the Legionnaires, similar to one that appears with Poison Ivy in ''Batman: The Animated Series''.

to:

* Episode 1.10: One of the colorizations Color Kid gives Superman matches the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse animated version of Bizarro. Other colors include red (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Red), blue (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Blue), and green (giving a sense of Kryptonite poisoning). The beginning of the episode shows a plant monster that attacks the Legionnaires, similar to one that appears with Poison Ivy in ''Batman: The Animated Series''.



* Episode 2.08: A Superman android appears in the Fortress of Solitude, visually resembling the Superman villain Cyborg Superman. A dog and cat resembling super-pets [[ComicBook/KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] and Streaky are also seen in Kandor. Brainiac's skull ship also appears in this episode.

to:

* Episode 2.08: A Superman android appears in the Fortress of Solitude, visually resembling the Superman villain Cyborg Superman.Cyborg-Superman. A dog and cat resembling super-pets [[ComicBook/KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] and Streaky are also seen in Kandor. Brainiac's skull ship also appears in this episode.
6th Oct '17 12:28:52 PM SeptimusHeap
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 2.08: A Superman android appears in the Fortress of Solitude, visually resembling the Superman villain Cyborg Superman. A dog and cat resembling super-pets [[KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] and Streaky are also seen in Kandor. Brainiac's skull ship also appears in this episode.

to:

* Episode 2.08: A Superman android appears in the Fortress of Solitude, visually resembling the Superman villain Cyborg Superman. A dog and cat resembling super-pets [[KryptoTheSuperdog [[ComicBook/KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] and Streaky are also seen in Kandor. Brainiac's skull ship also appears in this episode.
6th Sep '17 11:23:02 AM CosmicFerret
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 2.02: The now adult and seasoned Superman tells his clone that he reminds him of a friend of his that was a grim loner that ended up becoming a valuable member of a team. Such a description fits Superman's Justice League teammate, Franchise/{{Batman}}. He also mentions [[TheFlash Wally (the third Flash)]].

to:

* Episode 2.02: The now adult and seasoned Superman tells his clone that he reminds him of a friend of his that was a grim loner that ended up becoming a valuable member of a team. Such a description fits Superman's Justice League teammate, Franchise/{{Batman}}. He also mentions [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Wally (the third Flash)]].
22nd Aug '17 3:53:55 PM Nevermore2002
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 2.13: The scene where Brainiac 5 holds Superman is the same as the introduction scene for this season of Superman holding Brainiac 5. Also, the scene inside Brainiac 5's head where several other Brainiac 5's appeared also mimics a scene in Reboot Legion where several Brainiac 5's tackle a telepath who invaded Brainiac 5's mind. In the show, the clones tell Brainiac 1.0 to get out of his head; in the books they told the telepath her choices were to leave the information she found in his head behind or not leave at all.

to:

* Episode 2.13: The Thanagarians are modeled after the ones from [[Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse the Justice League show]]. The scene where Brainiac 5 holds Superman is the same as the introduction scene for this season of Superman holding Brainiac 5. Also, the scene inside Brainiac 5's head where several other Brainiac 5's appeared also mimics a scene in Reboot Legion where several Brainiac 5's tackle a telepath who invaded Brainiac 5's mind. In the show, the clones tell Brainiac 1.0 to get out of his head; in the books they told the telepath her choices were to leave the information she found in his head behind or not leave at all.
29th Dec '16 11:28:32 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 1.10: One of the colorizations Color Kid gives Superman matches the DCAnimatedUniverse animated version of Bizarro. Other colors include red (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Red), blue (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Blue), and green (giving a sense of Kryptonite poisoning). The beginning of the episode shows a plant monster that attacks the Legionnaires, similar to one that appears with Poison Ivy in ''Batman: The Animated Series''.

to:

* Episode 1.10: One of the colorizations Color Kid gives Superman matches the DCAnimatedUniverse Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse animated version of Bizarro. Other colors include red (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Red), blue (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Blue), and green (giving a sense of Kryptonite poisoning). The beginning of the episode shows a plant monster that attacks the Legionnaires, similar to one that appears with Poison Ivy in ''Batman: The Animated Series''.
31st Jan '16 5:04:34 AM CaptainTedium
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Episode 2.09: The younger Legionnaires seen in the episode's flashbacks are depicted wearing their Silver Age costumes.
31st Dec '15 12:31:01 AM Anddrix
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 1.03: In this episode, Alexis steals a bike belonging to a New Metropolis citizen who resembles {{Lobo}}. In addition, a satellite/space station resembling the Justice League Watchtower is seen and struck during a ball game. Alexis's story and character also seem a Legion-era analogue of Lex Luthor and most likely his descendant, respectively. In fact, her prison uniform clearly has her last name written on it in Interlac: "Luthor". Also "Lex" can be a diminutive for either Alexander or Alexis.

to:

* Episode 1.03: In this episode, Alexis steals a bike belonging to a New Metropolis citizen who resembles {{Lobo}}.Lobo. In addition, a satellite/space station resembling the Justice League Watchtower is seen and struck during a ball game. Alexis's story and character also seem a Legion-era analogue of Lex Luthor and most likely his descendant, respectively. In fact, her prison uniform clearly has her last name written on it in Interlac: "Luthor". Also "Lex" can be a diminutive for either Alexander or Alexis.
18th Sep '15 7:40:44 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 1.07: Zyx is patterned after Superman villain Mr. Mxyzptlk, in both powers and demeanor (playful at first, but soon becomes malevolent). In addition, Zyx's first costume is based on Mxyzptlk's Silver Age costume. Zyx's helmet also resembles the Justice League of America villain Brain Storm. In another scene, when Zyx is creating various objects, he briefly conjures the Emerald Eye, a Green Lantern power battery, and DoctorFate's helmet. Later, when fighting Superman, he briefly turns into a creature resembling Starro.

to:

* Episode 1.07: Zyx is patterned after Superman villain Mr. Mxyzptlk, in both powers and demeanor (playful at first, but soon becomes malevolent). In addition, Zyx's first costume is based on Mxyzptlk's Silver Age costume. Zyx's helmet also resembles the Justice League of America villain Brain Storm. In another scene, when Zyx is creating various objects, he briefly conjures the Emerald Eye, a Green Lantern power battery, and DoctorFate's ComicBook/DoctorFate's helmet. Later, when fighting Superman, he briefly turns into a creature resembling Starro.
1st Jan '15 11:39:04 AM TheUnsquished
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 1.01: A janitor is briefly seen at the Superman Museum wearing a costume that resembles that of BoosterGold, and is preceded by the appearance of a robot that looks just like Booster's sidekick, Skeets. This is a reference to his job in the Metropolis Space Museum previous to becoming a hero in the 20th century. In addition, the inhabitants of New Metropolis resemble some of the alien species that make up the GreenLantern Corps, including the natives of Xudar and Barrio III.

to:

* Episode 1.01: A janitor is briefly seen at the Superman Museum wearing a costume that resembles that of BoosterGold, ComicBook/BoosterGold, and is preceded by the appearance of a robot that looks just like Booster's sidekick, Skeets. This is a reference to his job in the Metropolis Space Museum previous to becoming a hero in the 20th century. In addition, the inhabitants of New Metropolis resemble some of the alien species that make up the GreenLantern Corps, including the natives of Xudar and Barrio III.
27th Sep '12 9:13:56 PM TitoMosquito
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Episode 1.10: One of the colorizations Color Kid gives Superman matches the DCAnimatedUniverse animated version of Bizarro. Other colors include red (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Red), blue (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Blue), and green (giving a sense of Kryptonite poisoning or perhaps a reference to the first Post-Crisis Kryptonite Man, who's a green-skinned clone of Superman). The beginning of the episode shows a plant monster that attacks the Legionnaires, similar to one that appears with Poison Ivy in ''Batman: The Animated Series''.

to:

* Episode 1.10: One of the colorizations Color Kid gives Superman matches the DCAnimatedUniverse animated version of Bizarro. Other colors include red (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Red), blue (resembling pre-Crisis Superman Blue), and green (giving a sense of Kryptonite poisoning or perhaps a reference to the first Post-Crisis Kryptonite Man, who's a green-skinned clone of Superman).poisoning). The beginning of the episode shows a plant monster that attacks the Legionnaires, similar to one that appears with Poison Ivy in ''Batman: The Animated Series''.
This list shows the last 10 events of 14. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=MythologyGag.LegionOfSuperHeroes