Legion of Super-Heroes #2

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Barry Kitson, Gray, Pascoe Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 26, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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“TOMORROW’S HEROES TODAY!” The new future continues in this series as the Legion faces pressure from the newly formed United Planets to “play ball” with the system, the team finds it’s not easy to work with the law and fight it at the same time!

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    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Feb 1, 2005

    What entertains about this title is the established appeal of the concept; a bunch of talented, precocious teens has gathered from diverse, fantastic backgrounds. Each is optimistically determined to do their best, together. I picked up my first issue all those years ago because there was no where else to read the exploits of a green-skinned boy and the blue-skinned girl, who shared a harmonious culture with skins pink and brown, and dressed in futuristic gear to face sci-fi threats. This is the perfect title for a sense of wonder, and Waid is finding it all over again. Read Full Review

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