The Subs face the Legion’s most fearful foe: Dr Mayavale!
The Subs flash back to the time that Darren, Matt, Scott and Paul were joined by Murray Fox to talk about Fortress Lad. They look at the published origin of the Legion HQ, as well as the story that never made it to print!
The Subs take a look at Legion of Super Heroes 267. First, some discussion of announcements made at WonderCon, then a discussion of favourite eras of Superman, and then into the issue. The Legion faces a genie, and we learn the secret of the Flight Rings.
Darren, Travis and Paul visit Bouncing Boy and Duo Damsel in Legion of Super Heroes number 266, to find out What’s in the Jar.
Darren, Michael and Paul bid a farewell to Tyroc in the Brigadoon Syndrome, from Legion of Super Heroes 265. Also, This Week in Legion History, and an explanation of what the heck a Brigadoon is!
Darren, Michael and Paul dig into the conclusion of the Dagon story!
We celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Legion with the arrival of the Legion’s new penciller, Jimmy Janes. The Legion’s parents come to visit, and it all goes downhill from there.
Paul manages to get the episode recorded from a remote location, without internet and not only lives to tell the tale, but gets the episode posted for Monday!
In this episode, Paul takes a look at New Adventures of Superboy 25, in which Superboy meets what looks like a reverse Dr Fate (with Spider-Man eyes, now try to get this alternate universe hit single by Kim Carnes out of your head: “He’s got Peter Parker Eyes”). Will Superboy defeat Dr Chaos and save the people of Smallville? Well, probably, because, you know, Superman et al.
The Subs welcome Jim Sherman back to the Legion, in Legion of Super Heroes V2 number 262, as the Legionnaires face the Planet that Captured the Legion.
Paul celebrates the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl victory by taking a look at New Adventures of Superboy 24. Superboy falls victim to Red Kryptonite, and all the wrong people seem to be figuring it out! Also, Superbaby fights aliens, and Paul takes a look at This Week in Legion History, courtesy of Michael Grabois of the Legion Omnicom.