Legion Lost #7

Legion Lost #7

Writer: Tom DeFalco Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 14, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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New writer Tom DeFalco (Spider-Girl, SUPERMAN BEYOND) comes on board to take LEGION LOST to new heights! The hulking member Tellus receives a distressing, telepathic cry for help from a woman being tortured. So why does the Legion refuse to come to the rescue?

  • 7.0
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Mar 15, 2012

    An average outing that doesn't contribute much to the big storyline or to enhance any character. Just “meh”. Read Full Review

  • 6.3
    Entertainment Fuse - Kat West AKA Comic Uno Mar 19, 2012

    I would say give this issue a try and pick it up. I thought it was a good start with a new creative team. Do not be afraid that you will be lost if you are a new reader of the series. Like I said I have never read one Legion of Superheroes issue and I understood what was going on. Tom Defalco did a great job on explaining the last couple of issues. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Minhquan Nguyen Mar 21, 2012

    While the art has been a huge plus on this title, the story just hasn't kept up in quality, and story, my friends, is what we're after here. Dropped. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Mar 15, 2012

    "Legion Lost" got off to an extremely rocky start, but I'm feeling like the book is finding its way now. Once "The Culling" has wrapped up we'll have a stronger feel for the new direction from DeFalco and Woods, but for now it's piqued my interest in a way that #1 failed to do. Consider me interested in seeing what's in store for the 21st century Legion next and on board for the next couple of months. Well done, DeFalco and Woods. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj Mar 20, 2012

    But the bigger story in this issue is Tellus' secret. Maybe he knows where Alastor is but isn't saying because he agrees with what Alastor is trying to do? So we have a semi-fractured team, a new character, and no rotating narrator. This book feels different. And, unfortunately (outside of Pete Woods' art) the things I liked best in the title seem to have been trimmed away. I'll keep reading for now. But I am worried. Read Full Review

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