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Niddle




This is sort of an opinion question, and yeah, I know it goes back MONTHS.

When she had that weird thing happen as they time-traveled past 1985, one of the things that happened to her included her being with the Legion.

Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.

Should we assume that, despite her being depicted in a Power Girl costume at the time, she may have actually been experiencing something from the life of the pre-Crisis Supergirl? (Or was she just experiencing something from an alternate timeline where Power Girl was a LOT more similar to Supergirl than the "real" version is?)


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Scott




> Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.

Power Girl met the LOSH in 1977's JLA #147 and #148.

Scott


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Daveym




> > Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.
>

Interesting plot points in those issues...

Mordru is casting spells back thru time to collect the Bell,Jar,wheel that contains the Demons three - Abneghazar(?), Rhast & Ghast in order to gain their power .
This he does but the demons turn on him and KO him!
Mordru also dismisses Dr Fate as nothing more than a minor mage and seems vastly more powerful... how things changed.



> Power Girl met the LOSH in 1977's JLA #147 and #148.
>
> Scott

"savage hulk is at least as strong as superman. While i don't know despero; i am betting the gravage hulk would give him a good battle before beating him".


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Beowulf




> This is sort of an opinion question, and yeah, I know it goes back MONTHS.
>
> When she had that weird thing happen as they time-traveled past 1985, one of the things that happened to her included her being with the Legion.
>

I think, it had more to do with the aftermaths of Crisis giving her a new 'instable' origin and when she passed that period again, the truth about her non-origins became revealed.


> Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.
>
> Should we assume that, despite her being depicted in a Power Girl costume at the time, she may have actually been experiencing something from the life of the pre-Crisis Supergirl? (Or was she just experiencing something from an alternate timeline where Power Girl was a LOT more similar to Supergirl than the "real" version is?)

If you are referring to JSA Classified 1-4, that was just that 'mechanism' making up new origins for her or Psycho Pirate using his power to destroy those origins before they could become real.


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Sweep Secondhand




> > > Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.
> >
>
> Interesting plot points in those issues...
>
> Mordru is casting spells back thru time to collect the Bell,Jar,wheel that contains the Demons three - Abneghazar(?), Rhast & Ghast in order to gain their power .
> This he does but the demons turn on him and KO him!
> Mordru also dismisses Dr Fate as nothing more than a minor mage and seems vastly more powerful... how things changed.
>
>
They used to do that a lot in the Silver Age, particularly the JLA/JSA team up stories. Dr. Fate was often referred to as a lessor magic user or shown to have his powers exhausted by pretty minor situations. Likewise, Fate put down the Thunderbolt in one team up for being a REALLY minor force even though he had previously been shown as being able to recreate the world and eliminate the Justice League. I guess it's either artistic liscense or sloppy writing, take your pick.

- Sweep


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Torch




> > Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.
>
> Power Girl met the LOSH in 1977's JLA #147 and #148.
>
> Scott

Was this story ever reprinted in a more contemporary format? Where?
Thanks
-Torch

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Scott




> > > Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.

> > Power Girl met the LOSH in 1977's JLA #147 and #148.

> Was this story ever reprinted in a more contemporary format? Where?

Yes, in 2006.

Crisis on Multiple Earths vol. 4
written by Elliot S. Maggin, E. Nelson Bridwell, Martin Pasko and Paul Levitz
art by Dick Dillin and Frank McLaughlin
cover by Alex Ross
Collecting JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #122-124, #135-137 and #147-148! In this latest collection of team-ups, meet the heroes of Earth-S, led by the Earth's Mightiest Mortal, Captain Marvel, as well as the Legion of Super-Heroes!


Scott


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Torch




> > > > Now, to the best of my knowledge, neither pre- nor post-Crisis did Power Girl ever interact with a version of the Legion.
>
> > > Power Girl met the LOSH in 1977's JLA #147 and #148.
>
> > Was this story ever reprinted in a more contemporary format? Where?
>
> Yes, in 2006.
>
> Crisis on Multiple Earths vol. 4
> written by Elliot S. Maggin, E. Nelson Bridwell, Martin Pasko and Paul Levitz
> art by Dick Dillin and Frank McLaughlin
> cover by Alex Ross
> Collecting JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #122-124, #135-137 and #147-148! In this latest collection of team-ups, meet the heroes of Earth-S, led by the Earth's Mightiest Mortal, Captain Marvel, as well as the Legion of Super-Heroes!


Thanks, Scott. I found it last night at my local shop. \:\-\)
-Torch



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Scott




Glad I could help! \:\-\)

Scott


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