: I got my Lethal Legion today and just read it.
: I have to say I don't know where are they
: going with this but so far I like it...a
: The action develops in the superhuman prison
: the Raft where a lawyer is being flown on a
: helicopter to represent the Lethal Legion.
: The first member introduced is the Grim
: Reaper who lets the lawyer know the Legion
: members are being target by Osborne. Just
: as he says that an inmate jumps and sinks a
: big knife in the Reapers chest, he starts
: screaming it was Osborne, stark mad face and
: blood coming out of his mouth. The crazy
: looking mortal wounded Reaper is rushed to
: ER and the lawyer moves to the next Legion
: member, Tiger Shark who explains that the
: Lethal Legion has been a rogue group of
: super villains giving Norman Osbourne some
: well deserved headaches. Tiger Shark shares
: suspicions he has about the last member to
: join the Legion and that he believes it was
: a ploy to take them down from the inside.
: He says the Reaper wasn't a bad leader but
: he had a soft spot for that last member.
: While Tiger Shark is talking the camera pans
: thru the cells where we see a cell at the
: end of a hallway where a guy in confinement
: is exercising. Tiger Shark dialogue goes on
: revealing that last member as the Grim
: Reaper's brother: Camera goes to the front
: of the guy exercising alone in the cell and
: he is revealed as Wonder Man.
I just read it and I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. The ending was fantastic in my opinion and may be the direction that Simon needs to make him relevant in the current Marvel climate. This may the break away from the nice guy pretty boy image that he currently has. Maybe he will be finally taken seriously by other heroes and villains.
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