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Featuring "One Of Us Is A Traitor!" And Introducing Four New Legionnaires: Karate Kid - Princess Projectra - Ferro Lad - Nemesis Kid Check This Fantastic Foursome! Can You Spot The Double-Crosser Who Sold Out The Legion?
Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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The Legion Outpost
DC Comics Classics Library (2009) HC vol. 02
Legion of Super-Heroes Archives (1991) HC vol. 05
Showcase Presents Legion of Super Heroes (2007) TPB vol. 02
Teräsmiehen poika (1961) 1967-11
Contains 1 page text feature "Meet the Legionnaires" which gives a brief description of each Legionnaire, Honorary Members, Legion Reservists and the Legion of Substitute Heroes.
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Brainiac 5 (DC)(Earth-0)
Chameleon Boy (DC)(Earth-0)
Cosmic Boy (DC)(Earth-0)
Ferro Lad (DC)
Karate Kid (DC) (01 - Val Armorr)
Light Lass (DC)(Earth-0)
Lightning Lad (DC)(Earth-0)
Nemesis Kid (DC)
Phantom Girl (DC)(Earth-0)
Princess Projectra (Earth-0)
Shrinking Violet (DC)(Earth-0)
Superboy (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)(01-Clark Kent)
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