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Legion of Super-Heroes (1980-1985) #285
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The Legion uncovers a plot by the Khunds to sabotage United Planets spacecraft. Meanwhile, on Orando, Projectra's father King Voxv dies before he can give permission for her marriage to Karate Kid.
Print Release Date
March 3 1982
Digital Release Date
March 24 2016
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An old Legion of Super-Heroes villain returns! A young girl in the Legion medical bay suddenly awakens and begins taking control of the team's computer systems. The only person who can help is the girl's own brother. But how far will he be willing to go to stop his sister?
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