Legion of Super Heroes

Legion of Super Heroes

Legion of Super Heroes is a show done by creative minds that worked on Justice League Unlimited and Teen Titans. 1, 000 years from now, there exists a team of superheroes that protect the entire universe. To bolster their power, the team decided to go back to the days of Superman and recruit him to be a member of their team. They bring him forward into the future and after aiding them in a crisis, Superman decides to remain with them once they assure him they can return him to his own times seconds after he left.

In Season 2, Kell-El, a cloned Superman from the 41st century, comes to the 31st century along with Imperiex, a tyrant intent on conquering the galaxy. The Legion must aid him before Imperiex destroys everything and everyone they know.

Legion of Super Heroes debuted on the twenty third of September. This series airs alongside the other CW Superhero cartoon The Batman.

(l to r.: Phantom Girl, Brainiac 5, Saturn Girl, Superman, Lightning Lad, Timber Wolf, Bouncing Boy)

Episode Info

Final: 2x13 -- Dark Victory (2) (Apr/05/2008)

The Legion engages the new Brainiac 6 in final battle before it digitalizes the entire universe.
Yuri LowenthalYuri Lowenthal
voiced Superman / Clark Kent
Kari WahlgrenKari Wahlgren
voiced Saturn Girl / Triplicate Girl / Duo Damsel
Alexander PolinskyAlexander Polinsky
voiced Chameleon Boy ((S02+))
Adam WylieAdam Wylie
voiced Brainiac 5
Andy MilderAndy Milder
voiced Lightning Lad
Heather HoganHeather Hogan
voiced Phantom Girl
Michael CornacchiaMichael Cornacchia
voiced Bouncing Boy
Shawn HarrisonShawn Harrison
voiced Timber Wolf



Reviews: 3
One Good ShowRating: 3 likes, 1 dislikes

Superman joins the Legion of SuperHeroes in order to help them fight some of their most powerful enemies. Read more

Review posted on Friday, October 13th 2006 at 8:03 pm


Reviews: 11
A good, if not literally faithful, adaptation...Rating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes

Loosely based on the classic comic book series, LSH is an excellent animated series considering a large part of its target audience is in the 8-12 age range. It's no Bullwinkle, but it kicks Captain Planet's butt. Read more

Review posted on Monday, April 27th 2009 at 11:13 am

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2x13: Dark Victory (2) recap: Brainiac 1.0 and Brainiac 5 have merged into Braioniac 6, and attack the planet Thanagar. When the Thangarians resist, Brainiac 6 digitizes them into discrete data and stores them away. The Legion can only watch from the scene of their last battle as Brainiac 6 departs for Colu, then try to warn the planet's High Council. They believe they can take care of Brainiac 6 on their own and ignore the Legionnaires' warning. The team has another duty: they must give Superman a burial in space, shooting his casket into a nearby sun... read more.

2x12: Dark Victory (1) recap: Brainiac 5 is engaged in a game of chess within his own mind, playing the remnant of programming belonging to the original 20th century Brainiac 1.0. Brainiac 1 tries to tempt Brainiac 5 into unleashing his untapped potential and bringing order to chaos. Brainiac 5's virtual image attacks his descendant, but upon driving it away discovers that Imperiex has left a bit of his own programming inside of Brainiac 5's memory systems. Brainiac 5 attacks him as well... and wakes up in the real world... read more.

2x11: In Your Dreams recap: On a barren planet, a group of armored Dark Circle soldiers attack a factory. They battle their way past robot guardians and prepares to remove a liquid explosive from a vault. The Legionnaires are waiting for them but the soldiers use cloaking devices and gas bombs to defeat the Legion and destroy the factory... read more.

2x10: Trials recap: The High Council of Zarok, the Sorcerers' World, meets to review the impish Zyx. When he proves unrepentant, they force him to wear mystic bands that negate his magical powers. He can only remove them by completing a trial. Suddenly Mordru, a powerful sorcerer, enters the chambers. He was banished by the council and stripped of his powers, but overcame them by using the Lamentation Particle, an ancient relic. He easily entraps the High Council and begins to strip them of their bodies. They teleport Zyx away to find help, and he ends up on a Legion Cruiser and tries to explain what happened. They don't trust him but at Superman's insistence they go to investigate and ask Zyx to teleport them. That's when they learn he has lost his powers... read more.

2x9: In the Beginning recap: Cosmic Boy, Chameleon Boy, and Kell-El attend a ceremony where Senator Tolway is giving an award of merit to R.J. Brande, Chameleon Boy's father. They wonder where Lightning Lad is, unaware that he's at the hospital nursing Matter-Eater Lad. Saturn Girl has recovered from her injuries against Imperiex. She wonders why Cosmic Boy hasn't visited her and Lightning Lad claims he's busy. They're interrupted when Saturn Girl picks up a telepathic reading of Grimbor the Chainsman and the Scavengers attacking Brande... read more.
Recurring Guests

Yuri Lowenthal as Kell-El (10 eps)
Adam Wylie as Colossal Boy (9 eps)
Wil Wheaton as Cosmic Boy (8 eps)
Phil Morris as Imperiex (7 eps)
Kari Wahlgren as Shrinking Violet (7 eps)
Alexander Polinsky as Chameleon Boy (7 eps)
Andy Milder as Lightning Lad (6 eps)
Shawn Harrison as RonKarr (6 eps)
Richard McGonagle as Chancellor / Kandorian #1 (4 eps)
Dave Wittenberg as Ferro Lad (4 eps)

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Children Cartoons | Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Super Heroes | Teens
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CW ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 10:30 am
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 23, 2006
Ended: April 05, 2008
• L.O.S.H. (Abbreviation)
• Superman and the Legion of Super Heroes
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