Legion of Three Worlds #3, Shipping Next Week
posted Jan 29, 2009 3:46 PM by vu sleeper
New Release Date for Legion of the Three Worlds #3: February 4th
posted Jan 26, 2009 12:02 PM by vu sleeper
Legion of 3 Worlds #3 Delayed Again, New date: February 11th.
Jan 6, 2009 8:58 AM posted by vu sleeper
Legion of Three Worlds #3 pushed back to January 28th
Dec 25, 2008 12:31 AM posted by vu sleeper
Oct 29, 2008 9:05 AM posted by vu sleeper [updated Oct 29, 2008 9:09 AM]
Sep 10, 2008 1:07 AM CDT posted by vu sleeperWizard's SDCC's DC Nation Panel
27 July 2008, 9:12PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
SDCC: DC NATION PANEL
Dan Didio started the panel by bringing the panelists onto the stage: Judd Winick, Keith Giffen, Geoff Johns, Ethan Van Sciver, editor Mike Carlin, Bob Wayne, Jann Jones, James Robinson, Greg Rucka, Ian Sattler, Peter Tomasi and Bill Willingham.
The first major announcement came with the introduction of Johns and
Van Sciver, who Didio announced will serve as the creative team on Flash: Rebirth!
Johns also mentioned Legion of 3 Worlds, which features George Perez drawing every Legionnaire in existence and “Superboy Prime saying hello to all of them.”
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SDCC: Legion of Superheroes Panel
27 July 2008, 8:00PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper) [updated at 8:05PM CDT]
Sun Jul 27, 2008 — by Arthur Tebbel & Christopher Toia
SDCC: Legion of Superheroes Panel
At a convention known for its fans' devotion and passion, Legion of Superheroes devotees are truly in a league of their own.
Throughout Saturday's "Legion of Superheroes Panel," fans from across the globe shared their personal connections to the DC superteam with panelists, Paul Levitz, Mike Grell, Keith Giffen, Colleen Doran, Geoff Johns, Tom Bierbaum, and Mary Bierbaum, as well as questions about the varying specifics of a series that has one of the broadest mythos of any in the comic universe.
Being such a beloved series, its no surprise that many in attendance were extremely concerned about the future of the series. Johns let out a minor spoiler, revealing part of Una's character arc: "You turn the page and she's multiplied into like a hundred of her and she says 'I don't know how I ever got anything done with just three of me,'" he added. "She's going to be called 'Duplicate Damsel'."
Continuing, Legion of Three Worlds writer Johns certainly tried to ease any fears that his run would be lacking anyone's favorite character, asserting that George Perez, "wants to draw every Legionnaire ever." Unfortunately, the Superpets will not be making an appearance.
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More on Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds with Geoff Johns
26 July 2008, 2:13PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
It may be a year later, but it looks like Johns is up to his surprise-pulling tricks again.
This year, Johns will join with artist George Perez to tell another epic story about a team of ring-wearing heroes in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds, the oversized five-issue mini-series that begins in August.
While we talked to Johns in detail (both here and here) about the characters he's re-introducing in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds, we're checking back again as the release date draws near and Final Crisis is underway (just as we did Monday with the other Final Crisis mini-series set for August, Final Crisis: Revelations.
And this time, Johns spilled about how this series will reverberate into the coming year, confirming that not only will questions be answered about the Legion, their lightning rod and that rascal Superboy-Prime, but readers of Green Lantern might also want to take note.
Newsarama: First, Geoff, let's talk about the scope of Legion of 3 Worlds. We talked a lot in the past about the Legion characters, but will this comic play into other things going on the in the DC Universe?
Geoff Johns: Legion of 3 Worlds, while an epic on its own, sets up a lot of things for 2009 in the DCU. It’s grown out of my work on Action Comics, Justice Society of America, Green Lantern, The Flash, Teen Titans and Infinite Crisis. It’s strange, looking at it in the big picture. It’s a culmination in a sense for me and leads me to the next level and the next books.
21 July 2008, 7:38PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
Topic: PEREZ'S LEGION OF THREE WORLDS
07-21-2008 12:05 PM posted
This August Legion of Super-Hero fans are going to have the best of both worlds -- or maybe three worlds! Superstars Geoff Johns and George Perez team to present Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds, a five-part tale that rocks the 31st century to it's core as the Legion of Super-Heroes are pit against their longtime adversary Time Trapper, and his ultimate weapon, Superboy-Prime. Perez is known for his painstakingly detailed artwork that made him a comics household name when he was drawing the New Teen Titans. Perez told THE PULSE he's wanted to work on the Legion of Super-Heroes for years, and is glad to finally have this opportunity.
Prior to this newest crisis threatening the cosmos, Perez teamed with Geoff Johns for a portion of 2005's Infinite Crisis. But his most famous crisis work -- up to this point in time, of course, has to be 1985's Crisis on Infinite Earths. Prior to this point, although a big fan of the Legion of Super-Heroes, Perez had only covered one of DC's oldest superteams a few times in the '80s, and featured them as guest stars here and there. He never worked on the ongoing series or a miniseries specifically about this team. However, the artist is no stranger to having to illustrate a multitude of characters in the confines of any given story. With his last assignment, The Brave and the Bold, Perez drew dozens of heroes and villains each issue. What sets Perez apart from the pack, though, is that each of his characters looks distinctive and unique -- not just like talking heads with different colored hair or masks.
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October 2008 Solicitations: Final Crisis #3
20 July 2008, 2:32AM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
DC Comics' October 2008 Solicitations (Preview)
By Newsarama Staff
posted: 19 July 2008 02:31 pm ET
FINAL CRISIS: LEGION OF THREE WORLDS #3
Written by Geoff Johns
Art by George Pérez & Scott Koblish
Covers by George Pérez
The Legion of Super-Heroes call in the reinforcements against Superboy Prime and the Legion of Super-Villains as the Crisis of the 31st Century continues. While Superboy Prime comes face-to-face with the last of the Green Lanterns, Brainiac 5 and XS attempt to ignite an electrical storm using the lightning rod, which is destined to turn the tide of the war. And what are Polar Boy, Dawnstar and Wildfire up to in the 20th Century?
Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers by George Pérez that will ship in approximately 50/50 ratio. Please see the Previews Order Form for more information.
On sale October 22 • 3 of 5 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US