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Supergirl and The Legion of Super-Heroes (2005-2009) #24
Supergirl and The Legion of Super-Heroes (2005-2009)
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The team struggles against a Legion of super-powered villains that may be connected to the mysteries surrounding Supergirl. Plus, the return of a Legionnaire you never thought you'd see again. And just who is Tarik the Mute?
Print Release Date
November 22 2006
Digital Release Date
October 27 2015
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Supergirl and the Legion Super-Heroes (2005-2009)
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Legion of Super-Heroes (2005-2009)
The early days of the 31st century are a Golden Age for the galaxy as poverty, famine, war, and disease have become relics of the past. The Dawning Millennium is utopian: shining, optimistic, bright…and deadly dull. That is until a bright, defiant, energized team of super-powered teenagers from different worlds is assembled! Welcome the Legion of Super-Heroes!
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