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The Legion Clubhouse

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They were the heroes from the future - teenagers protecting the universe from those that would sow the seeds of chaos. Each had unique powers and abilities, and though they often had their differences, they came together to save the day as the Legion of Super-Heroes! Now, you can be a part of their adventures and learn the history of the future in The Legion Clubhouse!

Customer Reviews

Smartest, cleverest podcast of its kind

An intelligent, thoughtful and funny take on the Legion of Super Heroes. With plots and characters discussed with a view on the culture and social trends in the late 1950s and 1960s, it's simply the best. These gentlemen are pros. And in the comic podcast realm, these traits make them pretty much the super heroes of the genre.

Dear Editor,

I absolutely love this show and I learn something new every time it airs! Now I have something new to look for in the back issues to follow along with the recordings.

One major problem

Everything about this show is perfect, save one thing. I love the production. I love the professionalism. I love the pacing. I love everything except for a really disturbing habit of host Steven Slager. In every episode I have heard, he repeatedly mis-identifies characters, or use the wrong names, mixing up lad, boy, lass, etc.
It is as if he knows nothing of the Legion, and is hosting a show that he is ill-prepared to be talking about on any given episode.
Perhaps this is on purpose in order to be funny, or cute, but I find it very annoying and borderline disrespectful to the Legion and to fans. If you are doing this type of show, know the names, and be able to identify Cosmic Boy over Mon-El in a panel, etc.
I want to say this is one of my favorite shows, but Slager keeps making me hesistate because he seems to not be taking this as sersious as he should be.

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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