Legion Of Super-Heroes #8 (2019)

Legion Of Super-Heroes #8 (2019)

$3.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Brian Michael Bendis
(A/CA) Ryan Sook
The United Planets are at war as a new epic begins! The president of the United Planets is unable to maintain peace as Ultra Boy's homeworld of Rimbor and Chameleon Boy's homeworld of Durla declare interplanetary war! With the Legion of Super-Heroes choosing sides and a civil war brewing, will these young heroes need to split into separate teams? Plus, Superboy makes a discovery about the future that will change everything he knows…there is a new Krypton! Find out what happens next in the only book telling you the future of DC Comics every month!
Date Available: 06/03/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


This review may be a bit biased because I've never been much of a fan of books with multiple artists, especially when each page is a different artist. If that's your thing then only pay attention to the positives here, I just think this sort of approach to the book could have been used better for an annual issue where a different artist does a short story for different Legion members. Besides the different artists making the book a bit confusing at times with the story jumping back and forth between past and present, it is a fun issue. Definitely the most anything has happened in a single issue since the series started. Lots of fun pages of a huge battle between the Legion and the Rimbor army, and Bendis did a great job of showcasing a lot of the Legionnaires without it feeling too overwhelming. We also get a fun reveal of the relationship between Jon Kent and one of the Legionnaires, which has brought on a lot of theories for me. Fingers crossed that it's one of my theories that actually could be a lot of fun!

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Brian Michael Bendis
(A/CA) Ryan Sook
The United Planets are at war as a new epic begins! The president of the United Planets is unable to maintain peace as Ultra Boy's homeworld of Rimbor and Chameleon Boy's homeworld of Durla declare interplanetary war! With the Legion of Super-Heroes choosing sides and a civil war brewing, will these young heroes need to split into separate teams? Plus, Superboy makes a discovery about the future that will change everything he knows…there is a new Krypton! Find out what happens next in the only book telling you the future of DC Comics every month!
Date Available: 06/03/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Jake Pierce


This review may be a bit biased because I've never been much of a fan of books with multiple artists, especially when each page is a different artist. If that's your thing then only pay attention to the positives here, I just think this sort of approach to the book could have been used better for an annual issue where a different artist does a short story for different Legion members. Besides the different artists making the book a bit confusing at times with the story jumping back and forth between past and present, it is a fun issue. Definitely the most anything has happened in a single issue since the series started. Lots of fun pages of a huge battle between the Legion and the Rimbor army, and Bendis did a great job of showcasing a lot of the Legionnaires without it feeling too overwhelming. We also get a fun reveal of the relationship between Jon Kent and one of the Legionnaires, which has brought on a lot of theories for me. Fingers crossed that it's one of my theories that actually could be a lot of fun!

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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