Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #27-31 [SET] — Volume 07: Mordru & Starfinger

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It is a Time of Reflection and Change...

First, Queen Projectra must relinquish the Crown of Orando!

The White Witch helps the teachers of her world try to reform Mordru.

The Legionnaires are asked to aid in a search for the missing Atmos, the planet Xanthu's only resident superhero. 

Mon-El and Shadow Lass arrive at the prison facility  Labyrinth to identify the corpse of Lars Hanscomb, better known to the Legion of Super-Heroes as Starfinger.

However, there is a New Starfinger to deal with!

Then, Brainaic 5 takes a day to leave his laboratory and fraternize with his teammates. 

Finally, Sensor Girl tells Jacques Foccart, the second Invisible Kid, a tale of her early days with the Legion as she teamed up with Karate Kid and Ferro Lad to bring in Black Mace. 

 

 

Collecting issues #27-31. 

 


The Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #27
By Paul Levitz & Greg LaRocque / Mike DeCarlo. 
“Going Home”
To continue as a Legionnaire, Queen Projectra relinquishes her reign on Orando, while White Witch helps the teachers of her world reform Mordru.
The Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #28
By Paul Levitz & Greg LaRocque / Mike DeCarlo. 
“The Lost Hero” 
The Legion of Super-Heroes are asked to come to Xanthu and help them fix a damaged orbit beacon. The Legionnaires in attendance include Star Boy, a native of Xanthu, Phantom Girl, Invisible Kid, Timber Wolf and Chameleon Boy. After they succeed, the leader of Xanthu wants to thank the Legionnaires personally and to ask for their assistance in looking for Atmos, Xanthu's only superhero.
The Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #29
By Paul Levitz & Greg LaRocque / Mike DeCarlo. 
“No Star Shall Shine!”
Mon-El and Shadow Lass arrive at the prison facility known as Labyrinth to identify the corpse of Lars Hanscomb, better known to the Legion of Super-Heroes as Starfinger. However, a new Starfinger has arranged for the death of Lars Hanscomb and is running a criminal gang.
The Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #30
By Paul Levitz & Greg LaRocque / Mike DeCarlo. 
“Brainy's Lucky Day”
Brainaic 5 takes a day to leave his laboratory and fraternize with his teammates.
The Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #31
By Paul Levitz & Greg LaRocque / Mike DeCarlo. 
“Knights in Shining Armor”
Sensor Girl tells Jacques Foccart, the second Invisible Kid, a tale of her early days with the Legion as she teamed up with Karate Kid and Ferro Lad to bring in Black Mace.