- Download an Old English dictionary, look up the word "nerd", and you'll find a hologram of Clark Kent next to it!
Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century #1 is an issue of the series Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 2007.
Synopsis for "Yesterday's Hero"
The Legion of Super-Heroes gather together to discuss their first impressions of Clark Kent. Saturn Girl feels that he is lost. Bouncing Boy thinks he's a nice guy, but Lightning Lad thinks that he's a nerd. They test Clark's strength level by having him lift a huge compressor, but the weight proves too much for even the Man of Steel, and he is forced to drop it.
Brainiac-5 muses over the fact that Clark is largely unaware of his future career as Superman, and reflects upon the moment when the Legion first traveled backwards in time to the 21st century to find him. Clark was using his super-strength to repair a broken Ferris wheel. After introducing themselves, they told him that they were from the future, and that Clark was destined to use his powers to become the most famous super-hero of all time.
After assuming the identity of Superman, Clark used his powers to help the Legion defeat their greatest foes – the Fatal Five.
After reflecting upon Clark's brief tenure on the team, Brainiac-5 concludes that the Legion is meant to help him become the hero he is destined to be.
Appearing in "Yesterday's Hero"
- Legion of Super-Heroes
- Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century is based on the Legion of Super-Heroes animated series and does not take place within current DC Comics continuity.
- This issue recaps events that took place in the pilot episode of Legion of Super-Heroes, "Man of Tomorrow".
- Although Clark Kent is referred to as Superman in this series, his age is more indicative of Clark during the time he went by the name Superboy.
- Lightning Lad is the Legion field team leader in this issue.
- In this issue, Clark Kent works as a copy boy for the Daily Planet. In the "Man of Tomorrow" episode of Legion of Super-Heroes, he is making plans to get a job at the Planet, but hasn't left home yet.
- A free edition of this issue was published for Free Comic Book Day 2007
- This issue includes an eight-page Big League Chew comic advertisement featuring Batman and Cal Ripken, Jr.
- Triplicate Girl develops her own martial arts style called Tri-Jitsu. The technique incorporates maneuvers by all three Triplicate Girl duploids working in tandem.
- Cover gallery for the Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century series
- Images from Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century Vol 1 1
- Legion of Super-Heroes Recommended Reading
- Adventure Comics (Volume 1)
- Adventure Comics (Volume 2)
- The Legion (Volume 1)
- Legion Lost (Volume 2)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 2)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 3)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 4)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 5)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 6)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 7)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 8)
- Legionnaires (Volume 1)
- Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 1)
- Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 1)