Legion of Super Heroes Vol The Choice Paul Levitz the former President and Publisher of DC Comics and legendary writer of THE LEGION OF SUPER HEROES returns to the st century super team he made supreme This exciting graphic novel pick

  • Title: Legion of Super-Heroes, Vol. 1: The Choice
  • Author: Paul Levitz Yildray Cinar Francis Portela
  • ISBN: 9781401230395
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Paul Levitz, the former President and Publisher of DC Comics and legendary writer of THE LEGION OF SUPER HEROES, returns to the 31st century super team he made supreme.This exciting graphic novel picks up on threads from Geoff Johns Superman and the Legion of Super Heroes storyline and ties in directly with events from GREEN LANTERN CORPS Levitz and rising star artistPaul Levitz, the former President and Publisher of DC Comics and legendary writer of THE LEGION OF SUPER HEROES, returns to the 31st century super team he made supreme.This exciting graphic novel picks up on threads from Geoff Johns Superman and the Legion of Super Heroes storyline and ties in directly with events from GREEN LANTERN CORPS Levitz and rising star artist Yildiray Cinar join to revitalize one of DC Comics most beloved franchises for a new generation.

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    1. i love the Legion of Super-Heroes for a lot of reasons. it is scifi space opera meets super-powered adventures. the Legion has a hell of a lot of members, which means the series is often breathlessly paced just to keep track of them all and their various acts of derring-do. its classic run - although often eye-rolling - was full of fun sturm und drang, deep dish soap opera drama, a staggering wealth of powers & planets & intergalactic villains to overcome, a surprising amount of healthy [...]

    2. I'm a huge LSH fan, so it's difficult for me not to like a Legion story. I liked this "Ok", but it's not the best we've seen of the Legion or of Paul Levitz. This book picks up, I guess, from the Crisis on 3 Worlds book, as we get the classic Legion back, with a few modifications. It's all about the redemption of Earth-Man as the Legion tries to find a way to live with a xenophobe as a member of a team with aliens. Lots of Levitzian subplots: the last Green Lantern in the universe is trying to r [...]

    3. I wish Geoff Johns would have stayed on as writer for this series. I'm not a fan of the way Paul Levitz writes the Legion. Other than the Great Darkness Saga, his writing has never really sparked much for me I mean, his new Legionnaire characters are ofttimes duds, and I think he's lost touch with this title over time I had hoped that, with an adult version of the Legion, Levitz's writing would also mature a bit, but it doesn't really. This book is choppy, bare-bones storytelling that really onl [...]

    4. DC Comics reintroduces the premiere team of the 31st century in Legion of Super-Heroes: The Choice which collects the first six issues of the new ongoing series. Paul Levitz the long time writer of the Legion of Super-Heroes returns to his roots with this stunning relaunch of the long running super hero team and there is no shortage of action. With a cast of hundreds Levitz tells an intricate story about the Legion with plots that weave in and out of one another. The peril for the Legion has nev [...]

    5. Got this as a birthday present on my. 21st birthday I think? To which she was also thoughtful in getting her Art Professor from her university in New York, who used to be the CEO/Head of a Department etc at DC Comics to sign it. Well it was an ok read. AS a newbie, I wouldn't recommend it for someone who is not familiar with the Legion of Superheroes, as this graphic novel delves into one of their bigger episodes. There's a huge cast of characters which I've never heard of (mostly space based, a [...]

    6. I give this three and a half stars.a classic Legion redemption story, weakened by (I surmise) outside decisions--firstly, the villain that Mr. Levitz seemed to be leading up to was killed off in a different book, and secondly, the New 52 reboot was announced, forcing writers to wind up story arcs quickly. The new villain is less than convincing, possibly owing to how fast Mr. Levitz needed to come up with him, and that affects the ending. However, it's still a good read, and I enjoyed it quite a [...]

    7. Liked the plot development, but I'm confused by the change in the appearances of some of the characters (e.g. Invisible Kid, Dream Girl, Projectra). It's supposed to be volume 1, so I wonder what happened in between. Anyone knows which volume shows Garth & Imra's wedding and pregnancy?

    8. I'm a big fan of Paul Levitz's original run on the Legion, from back in the 80s and 90s. This is a fun read, with a number of plotlines introduced and a lot of characters running around. It's a good start, though a few of the plotlines don't really go anywhere.

    9. Confusing, with too many characters. This says volume one, but it's actually a continuation of a storyline I didn't read.

    10. No big legion fan. Not much changed. Not a page turner. Maybe it's my bias against the 31st century teen Titan/ jla. Just wasn't wowed

    11. Yowza, this is the Legion of the ‘80s back again! At times Levitz seems to be repeating himself, and there’s no big story here, but overall this is a lot of fun and pure & good nostalgia.

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