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In Legion of Super-Heroes, we learn a little more about what happened to Earth, but the real mystery lies with the mysterious fate of Gotham City.
In Legion of Super-Heroes #1, we learn more about the final fate of Earth and how its replacement, New Earth, came to be.
The opening issue of Brian Michael Bendis and Ryan Sook's Legion of Super-Heroes relaunch wastes no time establishing DC's far future.
With Legion of Super-Heroes #1 now available, DC Comics took to Twitter to partake in some lighthearted ribbing at Marvel Comics' expense.
This week in comics, Marvel debuts a new mutant squad wth X-Force, the Legion return for DC, and the action in the City of Bane heats up.
In Legion of Super-Heroes #1, a powerful DC artifact shows up in the 31st century -- but how did it get there, and what could it be used for?
The upcoming Legion of Super-Heroes relaunch has the futuristic team investigating a man-made planet inspired by Gotham City.
A newly unveiled cover for Legion of Super-Heroes #3 shows Damian Wayne reuniting with Jon Kent and eponymous team in the future.
The future of the DC Universe is now, with the first look at Brian Michael Bendis and Ryan Sook's Legion of Super-Heroes #1.
The new Legion of Super-Heroes event Millennium is quietly doing all the things a Crisis event tries to accomplish.
In an exclusive interview with CBR, Brian Michael Bendis teases Damian Wayne meeting the Legion of Super-Heroes and reuniting with Jon Kent.
Ahead of the release of Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2, Brian Michael Bendis talks about reimagining the DC Universe's 31st century.
Lighting Lad, Cosmic Boy and Saturn Girl take center stage in a new Legion of Super-Heroes #1 variant cover from Jim Cheung.
DC writer Brian Michael Bendis has revealed the Legion of Super-Heroes flight ring giveaway will include a super-rare platinum variant.
From Saturn Girl to Matter-Eater Lad, here's an explanation of some members of the Legion of Super-Heroes' more obscure and bizarre powers.
In Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1, a minor DC villain turns into an important (and powerful) lead character before the title team's big return.
Wolverine isn't a surprising inspiration for the Legion of Super-Heroes' Timber Wolf, but there's a classic irony behind it.
A first look at Jim Lee's pages in Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1 reveals one of the biggest mysteries surrounding the book.
The Unity Saga comes to an end with the arrival of the Legion of Super-Heroes and the beginning of Jon Kent's adventures in the future.