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There are four different primary incarnations of the Legion, each of which takes place during the 30th and 31st centuries in its own exclusive continuity. The Original Legion of Super-Heroes, [[Legion of Super-Hero

Look, we all love the Legion of Super-Heroes. There's no argument there. But it's nearly impossible keeping everything straight, because the continuity has been disrupted so many times. Not to say you can't enjoy the stories by themselves regardless... there's nothing wrong with that... but it's incredibly daunting if you want to try understanding them in context. This has the unfortunate side effect of making many new readers not want to get into the Legion, because it's so confusing. It's especially hard trying to decipher all of their history in little bits and pieces.

History

Introduction

There are four different primary incarnations of the Legion, each of which takes place during the 30th and 31st centuries in its own exclusive continuity. The Original Legion of Super-Heroes, The Reboot Legion of Super-Heroes, The Earth-Prime Legion of Super-Heroes and The Post-Rebirth Legion of Super-Heroes. Problem, they all occupy the same place in history. Originally, these were all supposed to exist in different possible futures for the DC Universe. Final Crisis establishes that they are all actually from different realities, each interacting with the past of the primary one because of flaws in the time travel.

Continuity

Adventure Comics Vol 1 247

And he thinks he's confused.

Roy Harper Cry for Justice
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