The Legion 13

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The Legion #13
Reboot » Post-Zero Hour
TheLegion13.jpg
Cover, by Olivier Coipel, et al.
Story title Meanwhile...
Previous story The Legion #12
Next story The Legion #14
Publication date October 23, 2002
Cover date December 2002
Creators
Writer(s) Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (DnA)
Penciller(s) Kev Walker
Inker(s) Kev Walker
Letterer(s) Comicraft
Colourist(s) Jason Wright
Digital Chameleon (separations)
Editor(s) Mike McAvennie
Tom Palmer, Jr. (associate)
Cover artist(s) Olivier Coipel (pencils)
Andy Lanning (inks)
Richard and Tanya Horie (colours).

Meanwhile...

Notes

  • Computo reveals that his "component parts" were reassembled during the "Imperiex War" (Our Worlds at War), after which he fled to the "edge of the galaxy". As Veridium remained active even after that point in the "main" DCU timeline, the Imperiex War represents the Hypertime divergence point of the post-Zero Hour Legion timeline from the "main" DCU, although the two would later briefly intersect to bring Superboy (Kon-El) to the future before diverging again permanently.

Solicitation

THE LEGION #13

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

In the tense minutes before the Legion's final clash with Robotica for the fate of the galaxy, we glimpse the thoughts, fears and aspirations of many of the individuals surrounding the Legionnaires and the United Planets. This is set against an eerie backdrop in which the Robotican leader's origins are revealed to Brainiac 5, and how those origins will forever alter the future.

32 pages, $2.50, in stores on Oct. 23.

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