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    Reviews - Legion of Super-Heroes - #50

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The single worst issue I have ever purchased - bearscout07
I have an almost complete run of the Legion and I have never been so disgusted with an issue as I was with this one. For some reason, DC refused to give Jim Shooter 4 more issues to complete his story. The original reason was Lo3W was occurring, but consider how long that mini was delayed, that excuse doesn't hold water. It was SO awful that the person who actually wrote it refused to put his real name hence the writer being credited as "Justin Thyme" I was never a fan of the 3Boot Legion. In fact I pretty much despised them, but Jim Shooter made them likable again, and they deserved better.




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