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"Legion of Super-Heroes: "Tragedy: The Death of Lightning Lad"": Lightning Lad has been killed in action, and all Legionnaires, including reserve members, attend his funeral. Saturn Girl is


Quote1 Aren't we supposed to stop these cruisers from escaping, then call in the Science Police? Quote2
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Adventure Comics #520 is an issue of the series Adventure Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 2011. It was published on November 3, 2010.

Appearing in Legion of Super-Heroes: "Tragedy: The Death of Lightning Lad"

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  • Science Police Cruisers
  • Zaryan's Robot Transport

Synopsis for Legion of Super-Heroes: "Tragedy: The Death of Lightning Lad"

Lightning Lad has been killed in action, and all Legionnaires, including reserve members, attend his funeral. Saturn Girl is greatly upset because Garth risked his life to save hers.

R.J. Brande is also heart-broken because of the death of a kid whom he loved like his own son, and throws his weight around to force the United Planets Council to let the Legion stop Zaryan. Phantom Girl, Colossal Boy, Star Boy and Sun Boy storm the planetoid Zaryan used as a launching pad to attack Earth. Meanwhile, remnants of Zaryan's fleet are hiding several dozens of parsecs away while pondering on their next move. Unfortunately for them, it's too late: they've already been found by Superboy, Supergirl and Ultra Boy. While the three teen heroes happily tear the whole fleet up, Supergirl recalls they were supposed to keep those cruisers contained and then calling in the Science Police. Her male partners don't care.

As sending Mon-El back to the Phantom Zone, Brainiac 5 expresses regret at his teammates' inability to ask him help. The Naltorians sent a message, warning one of their seers had foreseen a Legionnaire would die stopping Zaryan's attempt to invade Earth. Saturn Girl read their message and came up with a plan to ensure she would be the one to die. Except that, as a Phantom Zone prisoner Mon-El found out about it and warned Lightning Lad. Garth quickly headed out to fight the Zaryan fleet and saved Saturn Girl at his own life's expense.

Imra feels she's failed everyone and is ready to turn her Legion Flight Ring and her uniform in. Cosmic Boy turns her resignation down, and asks her to stay and keep leading the team after taking a few days off. Rokk reminds her they're still human, which means making mistakes and learning from them.

After spending several days meditating in Titan, Imra is ready to go back. She knows her place is with the Legion, and if there's a way to restore Garth, they'll find it.

Appearing in The Atom: "Nucleus part 5, Atom-Ant"

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Synopsis for The Atom: "Nucleus part 5, Atom-Ant"

The Atom fights a squad of Colony agents looking to steal his White Dwarf Matter... and willing to die for it. Raymond interrogates one of them, who reveals another squad relocated his uncle's Ant Farm to their master lab while they were distracting him. Afterwards the agent stabs the Atom's Bio-Belt and declares he'll be their prisoner forever unless he hands the White Dwarf Matter over to them.

Raymond feels hopeless, but his Uncle David assures Ray that he has a backup plan. The Atom follows him, and runs into several giant robotic bugs.

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  • In this issue, Saturn Girl is mistakenly identified as Imra Ardeen-Ranzz. She and Lightning Lad aren't married during the time this is set.
  • In Supergirl Annual (Volume 5) #2, Brainiac-5 was opposed to Superboy coming to the future while Supergirl was staying in the 30th Century. Still in this issue, both cousins appear and go on a mission together.



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