Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2 Cover Introduces New Heroes

DC has revealed the upcoming cover for Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium, featuring a look at some of the new characters set to join the superhero team from the future.

One of those heroes is Superman's son, Jonathan Kent, the newest teenage hero to go by the name Superboy. The cover, by artist Ryan Sook, shows Superboy stretching out his right hand to receive a Legion flight ring, theoretically confirming his status as the Legion's newest member.

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Of course, Superman was a previous member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, starring in the fittingly titled, Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes, back when he was known as Superboy. The series saw the Boy of Steel travel to the far future to fight alongside the team he helped inspire in the '50s and '60s.

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DC previously released the cover and solicitation to Superman #15, which features the Legion of Super-Heroes meeting Superman and Superboy. The solicitation teases the Legion making an offer to a hero, which will "tear Superman’s life apart." At the time, those clues pointed to the Legion making an offer to Jonathan Kent, with the young hero journeying back to the future with the team.

Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2 arrives October 2. Brian Michael Bendis and Ryan Sook's Legion of Super-Heroes title debuts in November.

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