Legion of Super-Heroes #15

Writer: Stuart Moore Artist: Pat Olliffe, Livesay Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 22, 2006 Critic Reviews: 2
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“ANCIENT TIMES.” It’s the Legion of Super-Heroes you thought you’d never see, as the greatest heroes of the 31st century become the greatest heroes of the Multiverse!

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    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Mar 21, 2006

    These are all imaginary stories, and as such theyre harmless. Weirdly, the most significant character of both the main and Waids backup story (a clever introduction of the current roster of heroes) turns out to be Bouncing Boy. I have no clue what that says about the future of this title. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Mar 20, 2006

    Overall, the main story in this issue failed to do what it was apparently intended to do: Celebrate the past. The unfortunate thing is that it felt as if it ridiculed it. New readers picking this issue up cannot help but be confused or, worse yet, turned off. This particular issue is not indicative of the quality we've had the previous 14 issues. Better to read the original stories that this issue was based, than to be subjected to something that was lacking and less than satisfying. Read Full Review

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