Clásicos DC: Legión de Superhéroes 02: Saga de la Gran Oscuridad

Cl sicos DC Legi n de Superh roes Saga de la Gran Oscuridad El d o formado por Paul Levitz y Keith Giffen nos devuelve a un villano que lleva siglos desaparecido y que ha regresado al mundo de los vivos empe ado en recuperar sus poderes de anta o La Legi n de

  • Title: Clásicos DC: Legión de Superhéroes 02: Saga de la Gran Oscuridad
  • Author: Paul Levitz Keith Giffen
  • ISBN: 9788467438728
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clásicos DC: Legión de Superhéroes 02: Saga de la Gran Oscuridad

    El d o formado por Paul Levitz y Keith Giffen nos devuelve a un villano que lleva siglos desaparecido y que ha regresado al mundo de los vivos empe ado en recuperar sus poderes de anta o La Legi n de Superh roes se enfrentar a sus secuaces en la legendaria Saga de la Gran Oscuridad, de la que s lo saldr n airosos encontrando un misterioso talism n que se oculta en Zerox,El d o formado por Paul Levitz y Keith Giffen nos devuelve a un villano que lleva siglos desaparecido y que ha regresado al mundo de los vivos empe ado en recuperar sus poderes de anta o La Legi n de Superh roes se enfrentar a sus secuaces en la legendaria Saga de la Gran Oscuridad, de la que s lo saldr n airosos encontrando un misterioso talism n que se oculta en Zerox, el planeta de los hechiceros.

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    1. Jokoloyo

      If I wasn't browsing Alejandro's rating of Legion of Superheroes, I didn't find this book info in GR. I was so little when read this comic, that belonged to my neighbour. Thank you so much, neighbour!This saga was beyond descriptions when I first read it. So many firsts when I read this saga:1. My first LOSH comic read -> so many superheroes! a futuristic superheroes story in space!2. My first Darkseid story-> such a powerful enemy! Whoa! He made whole population of a planet to become his [...]

    2. Alejandro

      It took me like 18 years to be able to read the final chapter of this saga. No, I'm not a slow reader, hehehe. Let me explain my experience with this story. I started to read it when I was a kid, maybe I was like 10 years old. At that time, the comics that reached my country, Costa Rica, were Mexican editions translated to Spanish. I was already a huge fan of The Legion of Super-Heroes. And when I started to read the issues of this saga, I was totally mesmerized. The Legion was facing some myste [...]

    3. Zach Milan

      I have this feeling, after reading this book, that Legion of Superheroes is a phenomenally difficult series to write. There are something like 30 different characters in the Legion (okay, I exaggerate) that each individual fan wants to know about! So we have this plot, but instead of a few characters it gets muddled by the legion. You can only really choose to focus on a few, then wonder why they weren't fighting a particular battle.Despite this problem, Paul does a great job of working with a s [...]

    4. MC

      The Legion of Super-Heroes is the long-time on-again/off-again series about the heroes of the far future of the DCU, or DC (Comics) Universe. Through many periods of spikes and declines in popularity, they have gone through different permutations, having many adventures along the way. Possibly one of the most popular story-lines of this title was The Great Darkness Saga.This story began simply enough for our heroes, with scouting missions in various enemy and uncharted territories. One of these [...]

    5. Stephan Anstey

      This was one of the most important comic series I ever read. It totally connected me to the Legion for all time. I admit, I had already read it for years before this happened, but this is the thing that carries it on into my adult life.

    6. Timothy Boyd

      I am a huge LOSH fan and this is one of if not the best storyline they had. Excellent plot and art. Very recommended

    7. John Cyrus

      Oh man. Great story with a slow build. Great interior art and covers like so and so. It is always interesting to go back and read a comics from before the time when more dialog was included and not every page was treated as a poster.

    8. Rich Meyer

      The Great Darkness Saga was the big Legion of Super-Heroes event of the eighties for most, and is one of the better Legion stories overall. Great artwork by Keith Giffen (having finally decided on a style for the moment) and an excellent story by Paul Levitz, with some nice plot twists and uses of some interesting characters. My one complaint about the story was that it was so obvious who the main villain was (spoiler alert: Darkseid) from the very beginning that I can't believe it was a "secret [...]

    9. Ben

      My favorite comic book story. Mr. Levitz really hit his stride as the scribe of the Legion. And Keith Giffen brought a distinctive technological look to the 30th century. The book holds up well over time. I think the GDS is responsible for the major role Darkseid has today. Check out the script in the back to see how the creative partnership between Levitz and Giffen evolved over the course of the project.

    10. Ikea Monkey

      I have loved the Legion for a very long time and this is my favorite storyline. Keith Giffen could still draw back then and Paul Levitz hadn't been burnt out of good ideas. Sure, the Legion is complicated, that's part of the fun.

    11. Doug Allison

      the BEST L.O.S.H. storyline ever! Levitz and Giffen deliver a great futuristic tale that still stands up in this day and age, and only gets better!

    12. Kevin Findley

      One of the best storylines ever from DC and possibly the best LSH storyline period. I'll leave the review at that, because you really should read it for yourself.

    13. Barry Lyga

      Enormous influence on Young Barry. This was my first exposure to the sort of sprawling epic that only truly great creators can conjure, and it absolutely blew my mind.

    14. Ben Barnard

      I have a problem with this story as I do with a lot of older comics - too many exclamation points. It really wears on me after a while - no one shouts that much in the real world. At least no one who is supposed to be as together as the Legion. Still, there's a real high-stakes tale here, and most of the Legionnaires get a chance to shine. I've always enjoyed transplanting a character from one series to another and seeing how the new series reacts to the presence. However, this story has a tough [...]

    15. Stephen Bates

      This book (or, at least, the hardback version I have) collects together #284-296 of LoSH and Annual #1. Technically, the Great Darkness Saga only really occurs in issues #290-294 of this book. Thus the first half of this book (and the last issue or two), pencilled by a variety of artists but mostly Pat Broderick, has very little to do with that saga. There are one or two hints of the darkness to come in these earlier issues, plus they explain why Light Lass is grumpy with Timber Wolf and why Cha [...]

    16. ***Dave Hill

      One of the greatest Legion of Super-Heroes tales (arguably one of the great comic book arcs of all time), all the more so for coming in an era before everything was a cross-over. The idea of Darkseid resurrected in the LoSH era was revolutionary and therefore all the more mindblowing, a mystery that could never been played on the Internet-connected fandom of today, but which at the time was a tour de force.

    17. Travis

      One of the greatest Legion stories ever. A massive bit of space opera that involves everyone that was ever involved with the Legion and an epic battle that spans the galaxy.Brilliant stuff that juggles an enormous cast, huge bits of action and smaller personal moments.This is the story that any big LSH story will always be compared to and never be able to match.

    18. Ritinha

      Se és argumentista de comics e escolhes atafulhar 40 personagens numa narrativa, é bom que tenhas sido mordido pela genialidade do Alan Moore. Não sendo esse o teu caso, por muito que o artista de serviço emule The King, o resultado está, inexoravelmente, condenado a trevas ligeiramente menos penosas que as do maléfico Darkseid.

    19. Reviewer from Terra

      I've been a Legion fan for many years. I haven't exactly loved their constant reboots, preferring when Jim Shooter and Dave Cockrum were doing the book. I found this a bit tedious at times and over long. A little editing might have made this a better story.

    20. Devero

      Della lunga cavalcata anni '80 della Legione di Levitz questa non è la parte migliore, ma è certamente una delle vette più epiche, e resta, a distanza di 3 decenni una lettura decisamente buona e intrigante.

    21. Hannah Givens

      Yay 80s! Plus, Levitz does a great job balancing the various Legionnaires and the villain. It may be confusing if you're new to the Legion, but honestly all Legion comics are like that because there are so many characters, so this is probably as good a place to start as any.

    22. M.i.

      This does a good job of showing just how powerful dark said is. A being whose sole existence puts the universe in jeopardy

    23. Feather Mista

      Algo leí de este tomo en revistitas de Zinco. Después reviso si se retapó en algún taco así switcheo a esa edición.

    24. Joel

      This book would have been much more interesting if there were more Darkseid and less focus on the relationship statuses of various members of the Legion.

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