The Best of the Legion Outpost

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Glen Cadigan
TwoMorrows Publishing, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 158 pages
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  • Originally published in 1972 as the official newsletter of the Legion Fan Club, the Legion Outpost soon became the premier Legion of Super-Heroes fanzine of the 1970s, featuring contributions by fans, pros, and soon-to-be pros. Launched at a time when the future of the Legion of Super-Heroes was in doubt, the Legion Outpost was at the center of fan-based efforts to revive the title, and was largely responsible for its rescue from obscurity, leading to it becoming a runaway best-seller today! This trade paperback collects the best art and articles from the hard-to-find fanzine, including rare and unpublished interviews, articles and artwork from creators such as Dave Cockrum, Jim Shooter, Keith Giffen, and Mike Grell, as well as new material! The Best of the Legion Outpost celebrates the fanzine where Legion fandom began, and sports a rarely-seen classic 1970s cover by Legion fan favorite artist Dave Cockrum!
 

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Contents

BEST
3
The Protracted Conflict
10
Should the Legionnaires Age?
16
The Protracted Conflict
24
Keep Duo Damsel
30
The Legions Ten Most Wanted List
41
Action Over Characterization
47

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