The Adult Legion of the early 90's was actually the Five Years Later
era by Keith Giffen and the Bierbaums. It is connected to the early
Legion era started in the 50's and continuing along through the 70s,
80s and even past the COIE. That should have been the time to reboot
the Legion. It would have made more sense.
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, Kristofer Theilen <mavrck31@...>
> Well, there were several Thom Kallors:
> Original Legion
> Adult Legion (early 90's)
> Legionaire (Clone Legion from 90's)
> Post Zero Hour Legion
> Waid Legion
> Am I missing any?
> Randy Meyer <rmeyer3000@...>
wrote: I can't say that I know much
about Shikari, as she was introduced at
> around the time I stopped buying Legion. I do agree about Starman
> being one of the two Starboys. The Dawnstar appearance could lead
> one to believe that it is the Pre-Zero Hour version.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kristofer Theilen <mavrck31@>
> > I think we may be back to either the ORIGINAL Star Boy or the
> 90's version (who was part of the Amazers and appeared in the
> > The reason I lean toward the orginal is the Dawnstar
> The 90's legion had the "bug girl" Shikari who seemed to have
> replaced Dawnstar.
> > cashcow12 <email@example.com>
> wrote: I will have to put my vote
> for Thom Kallor but from some
> > alternate/parallel universe.
> > Reasons:
> > Alex Ross is involved in the series and his Kingdom Come
> > Star Boy becoming the new Starman.
> > It was shown in Starman that Thom would be a Starman in a
> > resembling the one is the current JSA. Geoff seems like a fan
> > James Robinson's work and I would assume Johns would defer to
> > Infinite Crisis had all sorts of universe
> > creating/destroying/remembering things going and the current
> > could have come from those events.
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