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F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 12]

February 28, 2014

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Earlier in the series, Heroclixin’ wrote that being mostly wildcards was a weakness for the all-Legion force. But as we’ve seen, quite a lot of team abilities are actually available for the team. Let’s look at each. Animal ATA. This gives the team a shot at being able to bypass enemy Stealth or Shape Change […]

F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 11]

February 27, 2014

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Earlier in this series, Heroclixin’ wrote that 2011’s Superman set had the mother lode of Legionnaires at 11. But that’s NOTHING compared with 2014’s Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes’ TWENTY-SEVEN. As you might expect, this set changes the game for the Legion in a big way. Let’s look at how. Cosmic Boy (Superman & […]

F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 10]

February 21, 2014

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It’s a dark time for the Legion in comics. For the first time in its history, there appears to be NO Legion of Super-Heroes anything on the horizon. So imagine Legion fans’ surprise to see a whole set in HeroClix with the Legion brand coming in 2014. How’s it affect the goal of building the […]

F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 9]

February 20, 2014

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The Legion had a few more additions in their 21st Century members featured in the Smallville Fast Forces pack. Superman (Battle for Smallville Fast Forces 001) 200 points buys one of the best starting AVs for the LSH. Better still is the Superman Ally TA he lends to the team for anti-Stealth action. But his […]

F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 8]

February 19, 2014

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2011’s Superman set gave us the Legion motherlode with a whopping 11 choices to fill out the team with. Suddenly, building a formidable Legion team seemed within the realm of possibility. Star Boy (Superman 007) adds another Telekinesis fig to get Legionnaires into position. With only the single opening click of the power, though, he’s […]

F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 7]

February 18, 2014

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The Legion wasted no time getting more members in the card era, but were they good members? In the case of Dream Girl (Justice League 048), the answer is yes. She gave the team its first Probability Control piece to nudge the odds a little more toward success — important for the offense- and actions-challenged […]

F.U.N. Focus: the Legion of Super-Heroes [part 6]

February 17, 2014

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The start of the modern card era of figures was ushered in by the Legion, and the team got a true infusion of playability. Lightning Lad (Legion of Super-Heroes 001) A far cry from the lameness that was Live Wire, the 70-point LLad’s 10-range Running Shot + double-target Energy Explosion finally gave the LSH its […]