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The Legion of Super-Heroes is a superhero team in the DC Comics universe, created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino and first appearing in 1958. At first, the team was a trio of super-powered teenagers from the future who worked together with Superboy. Over time, more members were added, each with their own abilities and personalities, and the Legion became more prominent.

Contents

Supergirl's Three Super-Girlfriends! (Action Comics #276, May 1961)

One of the Legion's members is Bouncing Boy, who has the power to inflate himself.

Supergirl's Greatest Challenge! (Action Comics #287, April 1962)

The Secret Origin of Bouncing Boy (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #301, October 1962)

The Legion of Substitute Heroes! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #306, March 1963)

The Secret Power of the Mystery Super-Hero! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #307, April 1963)

The Return of Lightning Lad! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #308, May 1963)

The Legion of Super-Monsters! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #309, June 1963)

The Condemned Legionnaires! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #313, October 1963)

The World of Doomed Olsens! (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #72, October 1963)

Jimmy Olsen is collected along with other incarnations of himself, including the fat version, which turn out to be Bouncing Boy and other Legionnaires.

The Legionnaires Super-Contest! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #315, December 1963)

The Renegade Super-Hero! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #316, January 1964)

The Origins and Powers of the Legion of Super-Heroes! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #316, January 1964)

The Menace of Dream Girl! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #317, February 1964)

The Code of the Legion (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #321, June 1964)

The Lad Who Wrecked the Legion! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #328, January 1965)

Colossal Boy's One-Man War! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #341, February 1966)

The Evil Hand of the Luck Lords (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #343, April 1966)

The Execution of Matter-Eater Lad! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #345, June 1966)

The Forgotten Legion (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #351, December 1966)

The Legion Chain Gang (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #360, September 1967)

The Unkillables (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #361, October 1967)

The Chemoids Are Coming! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #362, November 1967)

Black Day for the Legion! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #363, December 1967)

The Colossal Failure! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #371, August 1968)

The King of the Legion! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #375, December 1968)

The Execution of Chameleon Boy! (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #376, January 1969)

The Legion's Space Odyssey (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #380, May 1969)

Half a Legionnaire (Action Comics #380, September 1969)

Kantuu (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #266, August 1980)

To Bottle a Genie! (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #267, September 1980)

The Man Who Chained the Earth! (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #277, July 1981)

Tragedy at the Top of the World! (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #278, August 1981)

Castle Grimbor Must Fall! (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #279, September 1981)

The Soul-Thief from the Stars (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #284, February 1982)

Darkseid (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #294, December 1982)

Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #498, April 1983

The Future Is Forever! (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #300, June 1983)

Those Emerald Eyes Are Shining... (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #303, September 1983)

Siege Perilous (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #304, October 1983)

Destruction by Design (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #311, May 1984)

Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe Vol. 3, May 1985

Taking Care of Business: Old Business (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #11, June 1985)

Taking Care of Business: New Business (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #11, June 1985)

The More Things Stay the Same (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #12, July 1985)

Uncivil Wars! (Infinity Inc. Vol. 1 #22, January 1986)

Night of Madness (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #20, March 1986)

History of the DC Universe Book Two, 1986

Knights in Shining Armor (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #31, February 1987)

On the Fourth Hand (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #46, May 1988)

Conspiracy Theory (Legion of Super-Heroes Vol. 3 #47, June 1988)

If Looks Could Kill (Legionnaires #4, July 1993)

After Cera Kesh becomes the new Emerald Empress, she uses the Emerald Eye to briefly make Inferno fat as revenge for him bullying her.

The Powers That Were (Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century #3, August 2007)

In try-outs for the Legion, Infectious Lass spreads a virus that switches the heroes' powers. Lightning Lad not only gets Bouncing Boy's powers, but also his weight.

Book Five (Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5, September 2009)

Crisis! (DC Universe: Legacies #5, November 2010)

First Night, Part Two (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #524, May 2011)

A Comet's Tale (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #527, August 2011)

Graduation Day (Adventure Comics Vol. 1 #528, September 2011)

See also