Legion Lost v1 1

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Legion Lost v1 #1
Reboot » Post-Zero Hour
Cover, art by Olivier Coipel, Andy Lanning and Richard & Tanya Horie
Cover, art by Oliver Coipel, et al.
Story title Legion Lost
Previous story Legion of Super-Heroes v4 #125
Next story Legion Lost v1 #2
Publication date 1 March, 2000
Cover date May 2000
Creators
Writer(s) Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (DnA)
Penciller(s) Olivier Coipel
Inker(s) Andy Lanning
Letterer(s) Comicraft
Colourist(s) Tom McCraw
Editor(s) Mike McAvennie
Cover artist(s) Olivier Coipel (pencils)
Andy Lanning (inks)
Richard and Tanya Horie (colours).

Legion Lost

Synopsis

Roll Call

Legionnaires

Only in holographic recording/flashback:

Villains

Supporting characters

  • Shikari [first appearance] (narrates)

Other characters

  • Kamlos [Kwai, dies]
  • Reos [Kwai, dies]

Locations

Technology, gadgets, etc

Notes

Solicitation

Standard solicit

LEGION LOST #1

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning; art and cover by Olivier Coipel and Lanning.

Legion Lost opens in an unknown part of space, as a member of an alien race comes across the wreckage of a destroyed Legion Outpost. Discovering log entries which introduce her to the Legion -- and detail the team's final moments onboard -- she searches the station further, finding several members of the fallen team hiding inside. But can the alien female find a way to communicate with the shattered heroes before the Progeny, a race dedicated to eliminating her kind, attacks them? In the months that follow, the Legionnaires will be forced to make their way through scores of worlds that have never heard of them, as they attempt to discover what has happened to the galaxy and friends they left behind. Arriving on new worlds, finding new allies and new enemies, they must search for means of transportation and supplies for their continued survival. Throughout the yearlong journey, long-standing relationships will be sorely tested as what's left of the Legion reevaluates what remains of their ideals and must make brutal, questionable choices if they ever hope to make it back home. Whoever makes it back will be transformed by the journey...a voyage that will redefine one of DC's greatest super-hero teams.

32 pages, $2.50, ships on March 1.

Feature article/expanded solicit

Lost in the Stars
LEGION LOST #1

In "Legion of the Damned," Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and newcomer Olivier Coipel shattered the status quo for the 30th century's greatest heroes. Devastated by the battle with the mind-controlling menace of the Blight, the Legion's ultimate challenge still lies ahead in the pages of LEGION LOST, a 12-issue maxiseries that promises to redefine the heroes for the 31st century!

Written by Abnett and Lanning, with art by Coipel and Lanning, LEGION LOST opens in an unknown part of space, as a member of an alien race comes across the wreckage of a destroyed Legion Outpost. Discovering log entries which introduce her to the Legion — and detail the team's final moments onboard — she searches the station further, finding several members of the fallen team hiding inside. But can the alien female find a way to communicate with the shattered heroes before the Progeny, a race dedicated to eliminating her kind, attacks them?

In the months that follow, the Legionnaires will be forced to make their way through scores of worlds that have never heard of them, as they attempt to discover what has happened to the galaxy and friends they left behind. Arriving on new worlds, finding new allies and new enemies, they must search for means of transportation and supplies for their continued survival. Throughout the yearlong journey, longstanding relationships will be sorely tested as what's left of the Legion reevaluates what remains of their ideals and must make brutal, questionable choices if they ever hope to make it back home. Whoever makes it back will be transformed by the journey...a voyage that will redefine one of DC's greatest super-hero teams.

This project is supported with house and trade ads.

LEGION LOST is a 12-issue maxiseries edited by Mike McAvennie. Issue #1 arrives in comic-book stores March 1 with a cover price of $2.50 U.S.

Images

Cover art

Interior art

See also

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Legion Lost v1 #2

Legion of Super-Heroes v4 #125 
By series
Legion Lost v1 #2

Titans/LSH: Universe Ablaze #2 
By publication
Titans/LSH: Universe Ablaze #3