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gunwitch31




Nobody here has mentioned yet the Interlac message at the bottom of the last page.
Actually each chapter had its own Interlac title.
Chapter 1: Lightning Lad
Chapter 2:Dreams and Fire
Chapter 3: Suicide
Chapter 4: Three Worlds
Final Chapter: The Villain is the Hero in his Own Story

Are we talking about the Flash? Superman? Superboy? Bart Allen? Hmmmmmm. Anyone have any guesses? Who is the Hero in his own story?
Is there some other significance to chapter one being called Lightning Lad, and the fact the Karate Kid called out his name in the final act?


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Ronin & Sentry are cool




> Nobody here has mentioned yet the Interlac message at the bottom of the last page.
> Actually each chapter had its own Interlac title.
> Chapter 1: Lightning Lad
> Chapter 2:Dreams and Fire
> Chapter 3: Suicide
> Chapter 4: Three Worlds
> Final Chapter: The Villain is the Hero in his Own Story
>
> Are we talking about the Flash? Superman? Superboy? Bart Allen? Hmmmmmm. Anyone have any guesses? Who is the Hero in his own story?
> Is there some other significance to chapter one being called Lightning Lad, and the fact the Karate Kid called out his name in the final act?


Can Lightning Lad absorb electricity?

If so, maybe his off-panel intervention is the real reason Karate Kid didn't die.

By the way - it's awesome that you can read Interlac!

And contained in that sentiment is the main reason I loved this story so much. The Legion was in it! The real Legion - the one Superboy was a member of. So sweet.




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Scott




> By the way - it's awesome that you can read Interlac!

Anyone can! \:\-\)

Scott
Super Rubbery Bung: "When did the Marvel Family magic die, really?"
Scott: "1953."


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> > By the way - it's awesome that you can read Interlac!
>
> Anyone can! \:\-\)
>
> Scott
> Super Rubbery Bung: "When did the Marvel Family magic die, really?"
> Scott: "1953."


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Peter Svensson




> Final Chapter: The Villain is the Hero in his Own Story

In this storyline, the Legion were the antagonists. So while in their point of view they were heroes trying to revive someone very important, they were the villains in this story because they were fighting against the JLA and JSA.

Peter Svensson


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Super Rubbery Bung




> > By the way - it's awesome that you can read Interlac!
>
> Anyone can! \:\-\)
>
> Scott
> Super Rubbery Bung: "When did the Marvel Family magic die, really?"
> Scott: "1953.".

oh man, I've been quoted! \:\) \:\-D


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