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The greatest threat to the peace and stability of the galaxy in centuries has ended thanks to the legion of super-heroes. Now, the United Planets must reaffirm control over a devastated population, and the ideal situation is to make the legion an officially sanctioned peace-keeping force. Still financially and emotionally reeling from the tragic aftermath of the bring of war, will the 41st-century's band of rebellious teens be willing to work for the establishment?

The Legion also gains a powerful new ally as legendary 21st century hero Supergirl makes her debut in the new millennium.

The 21st Century's Girl of Steel wakes up 1,001 years later, convinced the whole reality is something she just dreamed up. And maybe it is.

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The Story:Supergirl arrives in the 31st century where The Legion Of Super-Heroes are still dealing with the death of a member of their team. Lightning Lad signs a deal with the United Planets to make The Legion Of Super-Heroes an officially sanctioned peace-keeping force.  My Thoughts: After the events of the Infinite Crisis, DC Comics merged the Supergirl and Legion Of Super-Heores series together. Writer Mark Waid who I'm usually a fan of, scripts this story that failed to live up to my expect...

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