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The Legion #3
Reboot » Post-Zero Hour
TheLegion03.jpg
Cover, art by Oliver Coipel, et al.
Story title Legion World
Previous story Guide to the DCU SF&O 2001-2002: The Earth Spins
("Lost" team/series) The Legion #2
(Subterfuge Squad) Legion Worlds #3: You are here - Braal
Next story The Legion #4
Publication date December 28, 2001
Cover date February 2002
Creators
Writer(s) Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (DnA)
Penciller(s) Olivier Coipel
Inker(s) Andy Lanning
Letterer(s) Comicraft
Colourist(s) Tom McCraw
Digital Chameleon (separations)
Editor(s) Mike McAvennie
Cover artist(s) Olivier Coipel (pencils)
Andy Lanning (inks)
Richard and Tanya Horie (colours).

Legion World

Roll Call

In order of appearance:

Legionnaires

NB: Team does not officially refound until issue 10, so notes of leadership, rejoining, etc. are de facto rather than official. Characters who were part of the Lost team or Brande's informal group are not marked as rejoining/etc.

Villains

Other characters

Locations

Technology, gadgets, etc

Notes

  • This is not the official refounding of the Legion, which is in The Legion #10.
  • Part of the month-long DC "Full coverage" event. Basically, this involved putting the characters in the top portion of the cover, where the logo would normally go, then putting the logo wherever it could be accommodated - most titles were also to use it as a standalone "jumping on issue", though The Titans and a couple of other titles broke ranks on this issue.
  • The team image from the cover was previously used in promotional art for the series.

Solicitation

THE LEGION #3

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

A DC Full Coverage! entry-point issue. After being rescued by former colleagues from an ambush ordered by President McCauley, the Legionnaires are brought to the one place they'll not only be safe, but also can rebuild the future's greatest super-team. This place could very well be the most incredible Legion headquarters ever. And be sure to be sitting when you get to the shocking last page.

32 pages, $2.50, in stores on Dec. 26.

Cover images

See also

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Guide to the DC Universe Secret Files 2001-2002 
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The Legion #2 
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Guide to the DC Universe Secret Files 2001-2002 
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