Showcase Presents Legion of Super Heroes Vol Over pages of futuristic super hero action are collected in this value priced volume In this new volume the Legion battles Mordru the Merciless and The Fatal Five and meet The Tornado Twins

  • Title: Showcase Presents: Legion of Super-Heroes, Vol. 4
  • Author: Jim Shooter E. Nelson Bridwell Cary Bates Curt Swan Dave Cockrum J. Winslow Mortimer
  • ISBN: 9781401229412
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Over 500 pages of futuristic super hero action are collected in this value priced volume In this new volume, the Legion battles Mordru the Merciless and The Fatal Five, and meet The Tornado Twins.

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    One thought on “Showcase Presents: Legion of Super-Heroes, Vol. 4”

    1. I've been working my way through these books kind of slowly, seeing how this series evolves, and this chapter in the saga has some interesting developments-- this is, probably, where the modern era for these stories begin, first with the amazing Neal Adams covers that crop up in this volume, then the appearance of J. Winslow Mortimer's interior art, who I don't know from a hole in the wall but who obviously has some silver age chops-- a lot of times I flipped back to the front of the book to see [...]

    2. As with the Teen Titans compilation I read earlier, I found many of these old stories to be pretty lame. Apparently, in the late 60s and early 70s, the prevailing image of teenagers (even ones with super powers) was of a giggling, puerile bunch of love-sick ninnies. But, the stories got better as time went on and I was pleased to find that the ones I remembered with such fondness tended to be in the latter group. Sometimes it's fun to revive childhood memories. I may pursue some more of these co [...]

    3. The appeal of the previous volumes in this series was the mix of all the different super powered teen heroes, and the unique mix of intergalactic villains and technology that defined their imaginative adventures.While that appeal is still there, the combination of the eventual loss of best writer Jim Shooter and the loss of the Legion's own magazine and instead making them 7-10 page back-up stories in other magazines led to diminishing appeal, a series of comics that is moderately interesting an [...]

    4. I know this may sound strange, but the trouble with DC during this period was that their charactors were completly unbelievable, I mean could you imagine Marvel having Matter Eating Lad amongst it,s heroes. At least marvel tried too follow the laws of physics, well a bit.

    5. Starts out strong with some awesome Jim Shooter stories introducing Mordru with fantastic art. Ends with some weaker stories with other writers and artists trying to make their mark on the venerable Legion.The Silver Age had to end sometime.

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