Long Live the Legion in media in my book .LoSH getting an animation push lately. On YJ. An HBO Max show in the works. Then in live action was in Supergirl. But hm, wonder why the sudden interest in LoSH by the powers that be.
Tucker had the TV series to play around with them.I have never really warmed to LoSH, regardless of the incarnation, so I can't say I'm super excited for this one. However, it is one of the major teams that Tucker did not touch upon in his continuity of DTV's, so it makes sense Lukic would take a stab at it.
That being said, still looking forward to how Lukic and his team approach this.
That might be for the animated feature. Television shows usually are not rated by the MPAA.EDIT:
Also, this might be relevant - last month there was a Film Rating posted for "Legion of Super-Heroes" (PG-13), which I just presumed was for the HBO Max show but it does say from WB Home Entertainment. I can't seem to be able to find the certificate on their site anymore, but you can see the bulletin from that week on this site. I don't know if it was released too early or was sent back to get a different rating or something, just thought it might need to be posted here as well.
Well, at least in YJ's case, we know that that was always part of Weisman and Vietti's plan anyway, so there's nothing sudden about that.LoSH getting an animation push lately. On YJ. An HBO Max show in the works. Then in live action was in Supergirl. But hm, wonder why the sudden interest in LoSH by the powers that be.
I love this idea, but I highly doubt that the film will return to that continuity.Dallas Kinard said:Personally I'd love for this to be a wrap-up of Tucker's series. But I highly doubt it will be.
In the film, Supergirl finds she needs a few lessons as she acclimates to Earth…and Superman looks to the heroes of the Legion to get it done.
I was wondering if they would use Supergirl here! Looks like we're finally going to meet Tomorrow-verse Kara .