I'm glad it's over. This was a flawed concept from the beginning: take a group of space heroes from the future and strand them on Earth in the past. Dear DC, get them into space and have them deal justice in the stars–that's what the Legion does! Read Full Review
I don't know. I can't say I thought this was a good book. There were some decent moments scattered here and there. Pete Woods gave us great art. But this title seemed doomed from the beginning. And now it is gone. And these characters are stuck in a sort of limbo. Will they be absorbed by the Ravagers? Yeesh. Or will they simply be here in the present but never seen. Or will there be some Brainiac 5 miracle in the main book? At least I have Dawnstar hugging Wildfire. Read Full Review
Guinaldo and Irwin turn in perfectly serviceable art, which is the best thing about "Legion Lost" #16. It moves from one image to the next just fine, and everyone looks nice if nothing out of the ordinary. But with leaden dialogue where characters actually say things like, "We can now return to our base in Mongolia" (does everyone refer to the location of their home when they're going there?), it's not enough. For now, "Legion Lost" has come to a close, but with no resolution for its characters one can only hope that eventually someone will save them from simply being forgotten. Read Full Review
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