Supergirl And The Legion Of Super-Heroes: Adult Education

May 28, 2007 | Trades


Supergirl And The Legion Of Super-Heroes: Adult Education
Mark Waid, Tony Bedard, Barry Kitson, Mick Gray
DC Comics
$17.99/$14.99 US (Paperback)
*** 1/2 (out of five)

Welcome to the 31st Century where the galaxy’s greatest heroes have just sold out.
Well, that’s how the young fans of the Legion Of Super-Heroes feel after the teen group’s recent decision to work alongside the United Planets.
As the heroes battle their falling public image they’re also facing a recurring threat from a similar group of young super-powered beings who are keep popping up and making daring thefts of seemingly random items.
Oh, and Supergirl still thinks all this is just a dream.
The Kryptonian cousin of Superman, hurled 1,000 years into the future due to the events of 2006’s Infinite Crisis crossover series, has convinced herself that becoming Supergirl and ending up with the Legion is all so far fetched that it can only be a fantasy and thus isn’t always taking things as seriously as she should.
Just wait until you read how the team plans to snap her out of it.
Supergirl And The Legion Of Super-Heroes continues to be a quick-witted and enjoyable adventure well worth reading.

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