(SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers. Don't read it before you've read the comics.)
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #42 (4/10)
ROLL CALL: Mon-El
CUTE BOYS: Ace, Blackhawk, Mikaal, Mon-El, Prof, Red, Rocky
More bad guys go after more pieces of alien technology from the past, while Mon-El doesn't do much of anything (his only action scene is off-panel). So why is Mon-El in the comic? Just to sell more comics to Legion fans?
SUPERGIRL #50 (4/10)
CUTE BOYS: As if! (this comic is for Lesbians and straight men: boobs all over the place)
No actual Legion connection, but Lana Lang once again becomes the Insect Queen. In an earlier reality, Lana Lang's Insect Queen was a Legion Reservist.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN #69 (4/10)
"The Big Noise Part 2: Benediction Redux"
CUTE BOYS: nope.
Again, no actual Legion connection, but the villain is a time-traveling Durlan. (You'd think a Durlan could masquerade as a cute boy, but apparently not.) The Durlans apparently tried to eliminate the Kryptonians once upon a time, and this Durlan is still on about that. Chameleon Boy, Chameleon Girl, and R.J. Brande were all Durlans -- and none of them tried to kill Kal-El or Kara, so I guess the Durlans got over it by the 30th century.
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