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Jan 18 Saturn Girl is elected leader. After receiving a prediction that a Legionnaire will die battling Zaryan, she suspends the others so that she will be the only possible casualty. Despite her best efforts, Lightning Lad intervenes and dies destroying Zaryan's ship. First reference to Triplicate Girl's homeworld, Carggg (spelled "Cargg" in this story). NOTES: This was the first Legion election after its founding. Zaryan was later described as a Khundian warlord. The Khunds were not introduced until Adventure #346 (July 1966). Adventure Comics #304 (Jan. 1963)
Jan 23 Mon-El's lead poisoning is permanently cured, allowing him to leave the Phantom Zone. Masquerading as Marvel Lad, he is admitted to the Legion after inventing anti-gravity element 152 and defeating a creature called a sun-eater. He reveals his true identity and is accepted as a full-time Legionnaire. First appearances of Legion applicants Antennae Boy (Khfeurb Chee Bez of Grxyor) and Dynamo Kid.
GLORITH REALITY:Valor is permanently freed from the Bgztl Buffer Zone to join the Legion full-time. He learns that he is seen as a nearly divine figure throughout the galaxy. NOTES: The anti-gravity element Mon-El invents in this story is later used as the basis of the Legion's flight rings. The sun-eater in this story is clearly not the same as the one in Adventure #352-353 (1-2.67). The Glorith-reality version of this story was told in Legion vol. 4 Annual #2.
Adventure Comics #305 (Feb. 1963), (Legion vol. 4 Annual #2, 1991)
Feb 12 The inhabitants of the planet Trom are exterminated by the pirate Kivun Roxxas. The sole survivor is 12 year-old Jan Arrah. NOTES: The destruction of Trom was first revealed in Adventure Comics #307 (Apr. 1963); the date was established in Legion vol. 4 #31 (July 1992). (Adventure Comics #307, 4.63), (Legion vol. 4 #31, July 1992)
  The Legion tries to travel back in time to help Supergirl against a trio of escapees from the Phantom Zone, but they are blocked by a temporal barrier erected by the three villains. Action #298 (Mar. 1963)
Feb 17 Rejected Legion applicants Polar Boy (Brek Bannin of Tharr), Night Girl (Lydda Jath of Kathoon), Chlorophyll Kid (Ral Benem of Mardru), Fire Lad (Staq Mavlen of Shwar), and Stone Boy (Dag Wentim of Zwen) form the Legion of Substitute Heroes. They secretly help to save the Earth from an invasion by the Plant Men. NOTES: This story was retold in Secret Origins #37, which introduced rejected applicant Estimate Lad. The text of the original story places the Legion in the 21st century rather than the 30th. This is the first appearance of the Avenue of the Super-Heroes in Metropolis. Adventure Comics #306 (Mar. 1963), (Secret Origins #37, Feb. 1989)
Mar 5 Jan Arrah joins the Legion as Mystery Lad and helps bring Roxxas to justice. Afterwards, he renames himself Element Lad. Applicants "Camera Eye" and "Green Boy" are rejected.NOTES: In this appearance only, Jan's chest emblem is a question mark. This is the last story to place the Legion in the 21st century rather than the 30th. Camera Eye was named in Great Darkness Saga trade paperback, which printed a key to the 1984 Giffen Legion poster. Green Boy was never explicitly named in the story. Adventure Comics #307 (Apr. 1963)
Mar 12 Lightning Lad appears to return from the dead. After helping the Legion bring the criminals of Thieves' Planet to justice, "Lightning Lad" is revealed to be Garth's twin sister, Ayla Ranzz (not named in this story), masquerading as her brother. She joins the Legion as Lightning Lass. Chameleon Boy acquires a shape-changing Protean "pet," Proty. Adventure Comics #308 (May 1963)
The Legion rejects applicants Rainbow Girl (Dori Aandraison of Xolnar) and Jungle King. Jungle King travels to Monster World and forms the Legion of Super-Monsters. He is eventually killed by one of his own creatures. Adventure Comics #309 (June 1963)
Myke-4 Astor, born with destructive sonic powers and hideously disfigured by Khundish experiments, joins a group of notorious pranksters running rampant across the United Planets. NOTES: Echo first appeared in the Adult Legion story in Adventure Comics #355 (Apr. 1967). His first appearance in the regular Legion timeline was in Legion vol. 4 #28 (Apr. 1992). His history was given in the 2995 Sourcebook. *
POST-CRISIS AND GLORITH REALITY: A "splinter group" of Dominators use a front company to establish a series of secret facilities on Earth, hoping to use them to eventually conquer the planet and continue their 20th century ancestors' mission of unlocking and controlling the power of the human metagene. NOTES: No precise date was ever established for the beginning of the Dominators' Terran incursion except that it was "two decades" before the Triple Strike disaster in April 2995. These events probably did not take place in original history; according to Superboy & the Legion #241 (July 1978), the original Dominators did not make first contact with Earth until 2753, so the invasion apparently never happened. The Dominators first appeared in Adventure Comics #361 (Oct. 1967). (Adv. of Superman #478, May 1991)
All the Legionnaires except Superboy are slain by the Mask Man, a descendant of Superman's foe Mr. Mxyzptlk. Superboy tricks the imp into going back to the 5th Dimension, restoring the Legion to life with no memory of what happened. First appearance of Doll World, where all the inhabitants are tiny, the Mount Rushmore of Space, and the Legion flag.
Adventure Comics #310 (July 1963)
The Legion of Substitute Heroes defeats a band of aliens masquerading as the Legion. NOTES: Element Lad's emblem changes to an E in this story. This is the first time Night Girl's love for Cosmic Boy was revealed. Adventure Comics #311 (Aug. 1963)
May 23 Chameleon Boy's pet Proty sacrifices his life to resurrect Lightning Lad. Unbeknownst to the Legion, Garth's body is actually revived with Proty's consciousness and essence. NOTES: The truth about Garth's resurrection was not revealed until Legion vol. 4 # Annual #3 (1992). This story is the first actual appearance of the planet Daxam. Adventure Comics #312 (Sept. 1963)
The Legion makes Jimmy Olsen an honorary Legionnaire. Chameleon Boy acquires a new pet, Proty II, to replace Proty.
POST-CRISIS AND GLORITH REALITIES: The Legion never meets Jimmy Olsen.
Jimmy Olsen #72 (Oct. 1963)
The female Legionnaires are stricken with a "Crimson Plague" by the masked Satan Girl. Supergirl enlists the aid of the Super-Pets to battle Satan Girl, who is revealed to be an evil Red Kryptonite duplicate of Supergirl. First appearance of the Puppet Planetoid, a playground for gigantic children in another dimension.
Adventure Comics #313 (Oct. 1963)
The villainous Alaktor steals a Legion Time Bubble, rescues Emperor Nero, John Dillinger, and Adolf Hitler from the past, and transfers their minds into the bodies of Mon-El, Ultra Boy, and Superboy. First appearance of Legion reject Ron-Karr (of Neptune, spelled "Ronn Kar" in this story) of Neptune and of the Lost World, an ancient planet capable of traveling through space by means of an enormous rocket engine.
GLORITH REALITY:No Superboy at this time.
Adventure Comics #314 (Nov. 1963)
  When Jimmy Olsen is set to marry a woman from another dimension named Rona, Ultra Boy visits the 20th century to bring him a wedding gift from the Legion. Jimmy's marriage is called off after Rona is revealed to be a notorious murderess.
Jimmy Olsen #73 (Dec. 1963)
The Legion learns of the existence of the Substitute Heroes and holds a contest to allow one of them to join the Legion. Night Girl battles Sun Woman, a super-powered tyrant on the planet Vannar. Stone Boy wins, but decides to stay with his comrades. Adventure Comics #315 (Dec. 1963)
Ultra Boy convinces the Legion he is secretly Rann Varal, a notorious criminal, and gets himself expelled from the Legion in order to capture a group of space pirates. He is later reinstated after completing his mission. NOTES: This story has the first signs of the romance between Ultra Boy and Phantom Girl. Adventure Comics #316 (Jan. 1964)
  GLORITH REALITY ONLY: Ultra Boy deliberately blunders a diplomatic mission to the Jaguar Court of Grykk to prevent the Legion from attacking Mordru. In disguise, he visits Zerox and convinces Mordru to attack Glorith, forcing the two eternal enemies into conflict before either is ready. (Legion vol. 4 Annual #1, 1990)
Oct 20 Dream Girl (Nura Nal of Naltor) joins the Legion. The Legion discusses the Time Trapper. NOTES: This story has the first signs of romance between Star Boy and Dream Girl.
GLORITH REALITY: The Legion is unaware of the Trapper's existence at this time.
Adventure Comics #317 (Feb. 1964)
  The Legion and the Super-Pets travel to the 20th century to appear on a television program honoring Superman.
Action #309 (Feb. 1964)
Oct 31 After she has a vision that a Legionnaire will die, Dream Girl tries to protect the others by causing them to be expelled. After the danger is past, she alters Lightning Lass's powers with Naltorian super-science, allowing her to remain a Legionnaire and then resigns. Lightning Lass changes her name to Light Lass. Adventure Comics #317 (Feb. 1964)
While the Legion helps to evacuate the population of the planet Xenn to a new world, Sun Boy, suffering from space fatigue, strands a group of Legionnaires on a remote, deserted planet. Superboy and Mon-El once again try to crack the Time Trapper's Iron Curtain of Time. NOTES: This was the first actual appearance of the Time Trapper.
GLORITH REALITY: No similar events.
Adventure Comics #318 (Mar. 1964)
The Titanian royal family loans the Hypno-Stone of Ouranos to California's Museum of Mystic Arts. Shortly afterwards, it is stolen by Vidar (Universo). (Legion vol. 4 #49, E11.93)
The Legion brings Jimmy Olsen to the 30th century to perform three super-feats as Elastic Lad. Light Lass, Saturn Girl, and Triplicate Girl pretend to be in love with him in an attempt to make Jimmy's girlfriend, Lucy Lane, appreciate him more.
Jimmy Olsen #76 (Apr. 1964)
The Substitute Heroes come to the rescue when the Legion is nearly wiped out by a citadel on the planet Throon. The Subs are made reserve members of the Legion. First appearance of the Planetary Chance Machine. Adventure Comics #319 (Apr. 1964)
The Legion meets Kryptonian miscreant Dev-Em, who is now living in the 30th century and working for the Interstellar Counter-Intelligence Corps. They help him capture the crime lord Molock. Dev-Em declines Legion membership. First appearance of rejected Legion applicant Radiation Roy (Roy Travich of Earth).
POST-CRISIS: This is Dev-Em's first actual meeting with Superboy. Their earlier encounters are false memories created by David Emery's strange Titanian psychic powers.
GLORITH REALITY: The Legion meets Dev-Em, a 20th century Daxamite sent to the future by Valor. NOTES: Dev-Em's post-Crisis origin appears only in Who's Who in the Legion #1 (May 1988). His Glorith-reality background is mentioned in Adventures of Superman #478 (May 1991) and told in more detail in Who's Who #9 (May 1991). The whereabouts of his parents, who were shown to have traveled with him to the 30th century in original continuity, were never revealed. The Molock in this story is probably Molock Hanscom, who later becomes Starfinger III.
Adventure Comics #320 (May 1964)
Dec 14 Bouncing Boy resigns after losing his powers. The Time Trapper poses as Science Police Commissioner Wilson in an attempt to capture the Concentrator. Thwarted, he retreats to the distant future, hidden behind the Iron Curtain of Time. NOTES: Secrets of the Legion #1 (Mar. 1981) showed the Legion capturing the Concentrator from Lucifer-Seven in 2973, its first chronological appearance.
GLORITH REALITY:The Legion is unaware of the Trapper's existence at this time.
Adventure Comics #321 (June 1964)
The Legion leaves the Super-Pets to guard the clubhouse while they try to break through the Iron Curtain of Time with weapons built with the help of the Legion of Substitute Heroes. Proty II recounts how the Proteans of Antares gained their shape-shifting abilities centuries ago, and undergoes a series of trials to prove his worthiness to join the Legion of Super-Pets. NOTES: Light Lass's costume gets a new cloud emblem in this story. .
POST-CRISIS AND GLORITH REALITIES: The history of the Super-Pets, if any, is unknown.
Adventure Comics #322 (July 1964)
  GLORITH REALITY ONLY: The Legion discovers the existence of the Iron Curtain of Time and learn that it was created by Glorith of Baaldur. (Legion vol. 4 Annual #1, 1990)
Jan 1 The Legionnaires, including Pete Ross and Jimmy Olsen, participate in a bizarre contest devised by Proty II, commemorating Superboy's history, to determine the new Legion leader. Saturn Girl wins the contest and is reelected. Phantom Girl demonstrates that she can enter and leave the Phantom Zone at will, traveling into the Zone to communicated with Gazor, a Kryptonian inmate sent to the Zone centuries earlier after being captured by Jor-El. First appearances of Legion rejects Spider Girl (Sussa Paka of Earth) and Double-Header (Dyvud/Frenk Retzun of Janus).
GLORITH REALITY: Most of Proty's weird challenge probably does not take place. The Legion has not yet met Superboy or Pete Ross, and never meets Jimmy Olsen.
Adventure Comics #323 (Aug. 1964)
  Dr. Marden King, the brother of Jungle King, tries to avenge his brother's death by pitting the Heroes of Lallor (Beast Boy, Duplicate Boy, Evolvo Lad, Gas Girl, and Life Lass) against the Legion. Shrinking Violet falls in love with Duplicate Boy. NOTES: Jungle King died in Adventure Comics #309 (June 1963). Adventure Comics #324 (Sept. 1964)
  A criminal named Kasmir steals a Legion time bubble and travels back to the 20th century, where he kidnaps Jimmy Olsen to show him how to correctly operate the bubble. Kasmir is eventually captured and returned to the 30th century by Superman.
Jimmy Olsen #79 (Sept. 1964)
  Kid Psycho (Gnill Opral of Hajor) applies for Legion membership, but is rejected because the use of his powers shortens his life. (Superboy #125, Dec. 1965)
  With the capitol of Talok VIII under siege by the Yakka-Mahor hill people, the mayor sends Tasmia Mallor, the granddaughter of Talok's recently deceased protector, Sarven Mallor, to find the secret of her grandfather's "shadow magic." She meets her cousin, Grev, and together they encounter the spirits of their ancestors, who grant them both the hereditary shadow powers. Tasmia becomes Shadow Lass, the new protector of Talok VIII. NOTES: The date is approximate, based on the apparent ages of Tasmia and Grev in this story. (Secret Origins #8, Nov. 1986)
  At the request of Jimmy Olsen, Cosmic Boy, Invisible Kid, and Saturn Girl visit the 20th century and imbue Superman with their powers after Superman has temporarily lost his own.
Superman #172 (Oct. 1964)
  The young Lex Luthor visits the 30th century and tries to destroy the Legion. NOTES: This story is the first 30th century appearance of Atlantis.
Adventure Comics #325 (Oct. 1964)
  Queen Azura of the planet Femnaz hypnotizes the female Legionnaires, including Supergirl, into attacking their male comrades. Supergirl invents a gas that nullifies Durlans' powers (later called Cancellite). NOTES: Cancellite was named in Legion vol. 2 #305 (Nov. 1983). A modified form working on Proteans appears in Adventure Comics #334 (July 1965).
POST-CRISIS: No Supergirl.
GLORITH REALITY: Laurel Gand takes the place of Supergirl.
Adventure Comics #326 (Nov. 1964)
  Val Armorr earns the position of Keikan-cho, placing him in charge of protecting Tokyo's shogun. He is publicly honored for saving the shogun from an assassin, but harshly criticized by his former teacher, Kashu, for the death of several other guards during the incident. Val resigns from his position to seek another path. NOTES: The date is approximate, based on Val's apparent age in the story. (Secret Origins #47, Feb. 1990)
  The Legionnaires visit the planet Zuun (spelled "Zoon" in this story), where Light Lass falls in love with Brin Londo (Lone Wolf), a young man who gained super powers after his father exposed him to rare zuunium radiation. Brin erroneously believes that he is an android, Karth Arn, not a human being, but the Legion demonstrates that he is indeed human, given amnesia by the real Karth Arn. Brin later joins the Legion Academy and trains to be a Legionnaire. NOTES: Brin's Academy training is revealed in his next appearance in Adventure #371 (Aug. 1968). Light Lass's costume replaces the cloud with a new feather emblem in this issue. Adventure Comics #327 (Dec. 1964)
  The Legion admits Command Kid (Jeem Rehtu of Preztor), unaware that he is possessed by a demon. The demon is exorcised and Command Kid leaves the Legion to return to Preztor. Adventure Comics #328 (Jan. 1965)
  When the villain Vibrex (Dist Vetkoh of Jupiter), master of vibration, disables the Legion's flying belts, Brainiac 5 uses the anti-gravity Element 152 invented by Mon-El to create the Legion flight rings. NOTES: Mon-El invented Element 152 in Adventure Comics #305 (Feb. 1963). (Legion vol. 2 #267, Sept. 1980)
  The Legion, now equipped with flight rings, battles the 30th century Bizarro Superboy, who creates the Legion of Stupor-Bizarros on Htrae, the Bizarro World. NOTES: The Bizarro Superboy is not the same as the 20th century Bizarro Superboy, who first appeared in Superboy #68 (Nov. 1958). The Bizarro World first appeared in Action #263 (Apr. 1960). It was created in Superman's era, not Superboy's.
Adventure Comics #329 (Feb. 1965)
  Space pirate Vorm joins the Legion as Dynamo-Boy. He engineers the expulsion of all the other members and names himself leader. First appearance of Legion rejects Eye-ful Ethel (Ethel Lyn Niwtyn of Earth) and The Mess (Meyer Qayd of Earth). Adventure Comics #330 (Mar. 1965)
  The adult Cosmic King, Lightning Lord, and Saturn Queen join Dynamo-Boy's Legion of "Super-Villains." The villains defeat the Legion of Substitute Heroes, but are ultimately beaten by the real Legionnaires, who strand Dynamo-Boy in the distant future and return the adult villains to their own era. First appearance of Legion rejects Animal Lad (Ennis Janhson of Earth), Golden Boy (Klint Stewirt of Earth), Polecat (Dafe Meron of Earth), and Tusker (Horace Lafeaugh of Earth). NOTES: The Legion of Super-Villains claims to have traveled back in time from "a few years in the future." Who's Who in the Legion #4 (Aug. 1988) says that this Saturn Queen is the teenage Eve Aries of Titan, not the adult Saturn Queen previously seen with the LSV, although the story itself indicates that she is from the same future time-line as the adult Lightning Lord and Cosmic King. The story says that the villains were returned to stand trial in their own time, but according to Who's Who in the Legion , they were sent to Takron-Galtos, only to mysteriously vanish en route. Adventure Comics #331 (Apr. 1965)
Sep 24 Mordru attacks Earth. The Legion defeats him by entombing him in an airless vault. NOTES: These events were shown in flashback in Adventure Comics #369 (June 1968). They were never depicted in any actual story. (Adventure Comics #369, June 1968)
Nov 10 Lightning Lad loses his arm battling the Dxaundii, the "Super-Moby Dick of Space," and becomes obsessed with destroying the creature. Adventure Comics #332 (May 1965)
  The Legion discovers a tablet inscribed in Kryptonese in a rock strata millions of years old. They travel back in time and become embroiled in a war between colonists from Krypton and the alien Vruun on ancient Earth. NOTES: This story is contradicted by many other pre- and post-Crisis accounts of the history of both Atlantis and Krypton, and may be entirely apocryphal.
Adventure Comics #333 (June 1965)
  Jimmy Olsen visits the 30th century for a ceremony honoring the Legion.
Jimmy Olsen #85 (June 1965)
  The Legion is menaced by a group of Proteans under the influence of the evil Dr. Norm Eldor and meets the mysterious masked hero Unknown Boy, who they later learn is Supergirl, suffering from Red Kryptonite-induced amnesia. NOTES: This story contains the first reference to the "post-hypnotic suggestion" that keeps Superboy from remembering details of his future life that he learns during his time with the Legion.
POST-CRISIS: No Supergirl in the Legion. The identity of Unknown Boy, if s/he actually existed, is unclear.
GLORITH REALITY: Unknown Boy is revealed as Laurel Gand in disguise.
Adventure Comics #334 (July 1965)
  The Legion meets Lars Hanscom and battles Starfinger, who attempts to steal the wonder drug Rejuvium and to destroy the "Seven Wonders of the 30th Century." First appearance of Cosmic Boy's younger brother, Pol Krinn. Note: Issue includes a text featurette "Meet the Legionnaires" about Brainiac 5. Adventure Comics #335 (Aug. 1965)
  The Legion defeats Starfinger and discover that he is secretly Lightning Lad, brainwashed by Dr. Hanscom. First appearance of inertron and Metropolis's fusion powersphere. Adventure Comics #336 (Sept. 1965)
  Brainiac 5 is elected leader. Phantom Girl, Ultra Boy, Saturn Girl, and Lightning Lad pretend to marry and leave the Legion. Alien spies from Murra infiltrate the Legion as Blackout Boy, Magnetic Kid, and Size Lad. The three spies are exposed and expelled, and the "married" members return to duty. NOTES: Chlorophyll Kid and Night Girl also pose as applicants. The Magnetic Kid in this story is not the same as Magnetic Kid II (Pol Krinn), who joins the Legion years later. Adventure Comics #337 (Oct. 1965)
  The Time Trapper sends his servant, Glorith of Baaldur, to turn the Legionnaires into children. When she fails, the Trapper devolves her into protoplasm. The Legion destroys the Trapper's Iron Curtain of Time. The Trapper is trapped in a time-stasis field. NOTES: This was the first appearance of the Time Trapper's citadel at the end of time.
GLORITH REALITY: The Time Trapper is not present at this time, nor is Glorith his underling. Glorith is not devolved.
Adventure Comics #338 (Nov. 1965)
  Superboy persuades the Legion to grant Kid Psycho, who was turned down a year before because his powers endangered his life, reserve membership in the Legion. Glorith timeline: The Legion has not yet met Superboy. Valor convinces the Legion to accept Kid Psycho. Superboy #125 (Dec. 1965)
  The Legion fights Beast Boy of the Heroes of Lallor, who dies saving a little girl's life. Adventure Comics #339 (Dec. 1965)
Apr 22 Brainiac 5 creates the artificial intelligence Computo. Computo runs out of control and attempts to take over the Earth, holding several Legionnaires hostage and demanding that the rest of the Legion leave the Earth forever. First reference to the United Planets. Adventure Comics #340 (Jan. 1966)
  One of Triplicate Girl's three bodies is slain by Computo. The Legionnaires send her ashes to Shanghalla, the cemetery satellite. Triplicate Girl renames herself Duo Damsel. While the Legionnaires hide out in the Batcave, Proty II attempts to distract Computo by posing as the Weirdo Legionnaire. The Legionnaires unsuccessfully try to fight Computo by creating a Bizarro-Computo. Bouncing Boy temporarily regains his powers and attempts to rescue Saturn Girl from Computo's clutches. Brainiac 5 finally destroys Computo with an anti-matter force. NOTES: In the Glorith timeline, Triplicate Girl called herself "Triad" at this time. Other heroes shown to be interred on Shanghalla are Leeta 87, Mog Vagor, Hate Face, Nimbok of Valor, and Beast Boy of Lallor, who died in Adventure Comics #339 (Dec. 1965). This is the first 30th century appearance of the Batcave. Its last chronological appearance was in Hex #11 (July 1986), set in 2045. Adventure Comics #341 (Feb. 1966)
Jun 31 Star Boy is put on trial for killing Kenz Nuhor of Naltor. Superboy defends him, arguing that the non-invulnerable Legionnaires should be allowed to kill in self-defense. Star Boy is expelled. He and Dream Girl join the Substitute Heroes. First appearance of Legion rejects Calamity King (E. Davis Ester of Touston) and Color Kid (Ulu Vakk of Lupra). NOTES: Brainiac 5 mentions that he was recently attacked by an android sent by the Coluan computer tyrants overthrown by his ancestor. This is the first reference in a Legion story to the fact that the original Brainiac was an android, not a living being.
GLORITH REALITY: Superboy has not yet visited the 30th century. Star Boy is defended by Valor.
Adventure Comics #342 (Mar. 1966)
  The Legionnaires are "jinxed" by a group of scientists on the planet Thaun who are posing as the Luck Lords. First appearance of Ventura, the "Gamblers' Planet." NOTES: Thaun may be the same as the planet Tharn, which became the new Sorcerer's World following the destruction of Zerox in 2989. The real Luck Lords are first seen in Legion vol. 3 #44–45 (1988). Adventure Comics #343 (Apr. 1966)
  The Dominion begins "Project Unkillables," creating a corps of brainwashed assassins descended from history's most notorious killers. (Legion vol. 4 #22, 9.91)
  The Legionnaires are captured by Nardo and imprisoned in the Super-Stalag of Space along with other heroes, including Blockade Boy (Phyl Staad of Amadus), Plant Lad (Noyt Echad of Simballi), Shadow Kid (Grev Mallor of Talok VIII), and Weight Wizard. Plant Lad is killed for resisting Nardo's guards. NOTES: Shadow Kid was later revealed to be the cousin of Tasmia Mallor (Shadow Lass). Adventure Comics #344 (May 1966)
  The Legion escapes from the Super-Stalag of Space, but Weight Wizard is killed. Nardo nearly kills Matter-Eater Lad, but instead alters his atomic structure, making him super-fat. Nardo is captured and the Super-Stalag dismantled. Adventure Comics #345 (June 1966)
Jim Shooter begins as writer
Dec 8 Karate Kid (Val Armorr of Earth), Princess Projectra of Orando, Ferro Lad (Andrew Nolan of Earth) and Nemesis Kid (Hart Druiter of Myar, the Alchemist's Planet) join the Legion, which defends the Earth against an invasion by the Khunds and their warlord, Garlak. NOTES: This story indicates that the United Planets has only recently discovered the Khundian homeworld. Later accounts make it clear that, at least in the post-Crisis and Glorith-reality timelines, Earth was aware of the existence of the Khunds beginning in the 20th century. The Khund homeworld is said to have been discovered by a telescope at the Palmer Observatory, presumably named after Ray Palmer, the Atom, who first appeared in Showcase Comics #34 (Oct. 1961). Issue includes a text featurette "Meet the Legionnaires," that lists every member. Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966)
  Nardo, former warden of the Super-Stalag of Space, delivers genetic samples of the Legionnaires to the Dark Circle for use in "Project Doppelganger." (Legion vol. 4 #22, Sept. 1991)
Dec 15 Nemesis Kid is revealed to be a spy for the Khunds. He is expelled from the Legion, but manages to escape. The Khundian invasion force is defeated and Garlak captured. Adventure Comics #347 (Aug. 1966)
Invisible Kid is elected leader and Superboy as deputy leader. The Legion battles Dr. Zaxton Regulus, who they learn was responsible for the origin of Sun Boy. NOTES: This story was the first indication of Duo Damsel's crush on Superboy, which in the Glorith timeline was a crush on Valor. Adventure Comics #348 (Sept. 1966)
Vidar, now armed with the Hypno-Stone and calling himself Universo, attempt to join the Legion in order to steal a Time Bubble. When he is rejected, he hypnotizes Professor Huxton of the Time Institute into luring the Legionnaires to a series of traps throughout time. The Legion enlists the aid of young Rond Vidar and his invention, the Time Cube, and manages to escape Universo's traps in time to stop him from placing the United Planets Inner Council under his hypnotic control. Rond Vidar reveals that he is Universo's son. NOTES: Rond Vidar is not named in this story; his name was not revealed until Adventure #360 (Sept. 1967). Universo's name was not revealed to be "Vidar" until Legion vol. 2 #295 (Jan. 1983). Adventure Comics #349 (Oct. 1966)
Superboy and Supergirl are forced to leave the Legion when the Earth is surrounded by a cloud of green Kryptonite. They ask the Legion to accept two masked heroes, "Sir Prize" and "Miss Terious," as their replacements. The Legion battles Prince Evillo of Tartarus and his Devil's Dozen (Apollo, Tal Obrin of Geeqou; the Hag; Sugyn; and the Wild Huntsman, Jake Kafkranus of Tartarus), who kidnap Lightning Lad. First appearance of the Legion's financier, R.J. Brande. NOTES: Issue includes a text featurette "Meet the Legionnaires" about Chameleon Boy.
POST-CRISIS: Supergirl is not a Legionnaire.
GLORITH REALITY: The Legion has not yet met Superboy. Valor and Laurel Gand are forced to temporarily leave the Legion.
Adventure Comics #350 (Nov. 1966)
  GLORITH REALITY ONLY: The Time Trapper chooses a point in time when the Legionnaires were "untouched by the specter of death" and creates temporal duplicates of all active members. He stores them beneath the Time Institute in Metropolis. NOTES: Luornu is taken from slightly earlier, as Triplicate Girl. Lightning Lad is merged with his "pre-death" self. The duplicates are later called the "SW6 Legion." They were first mentioned in Legion vol. 4 #20 (July 1991), and their first actual appearance was in Legion vol. 4 #24 (Dec. 1991). (Legion vol. 4 #53, Jan. 1994)
Mar 31 The Hag, Xola Aq, is restored to her true form: the White Witch, younger sister of Dream Girl. With her help, the Legionnaires defeat Evillo and the Devil's Dozen. Evillo's doctor, Zan Orbal, re-grows Lightning Lad's arm and restores Bouncing Boy's powers. "Sir Prize" and "Miss Terious" are revealed as Star Boy and Dream Girl. Color Kid, now a member of the Substitute Heroes, changes the green Kryptonite cloud to blue, allowing Superboy and Supergirl to return to the 30th century. Bouncing Boy, Dream Girl, Star Boy, Superboy, and Supergirl rejoin the Legion. The White Witch predicts the fates of four Legionnaires, including Ferro Lad, who she predicts will die, and Cosmic Boy, whose fate is "too dreadful" to reveal.
POST-CRISIS: Supergirl is not a Legionnaire.
GLORITH REALITY:The Legion has not yet met Superboy. Valor and Laurel Gand rejoin the Legion.
Adventure Comics #351 (Dec. 1966)
Mysa Nal returns to Zerox, the Sorcerer's World, where she resumes her study of the mystic arts. (Legion vol. 2 #316, Oct. 1984)
Projectra, Ferro Lad, and Karate Kid defeat Black Mace. NOTES: This is the first chronological appearance of Black Mace, whose first appearance in print was in Adventure Comics #374 (Nov. 1968). (Legion vol. 3 #31, Feb. 1987)
Apr 18 When the Earth is menaced by the Sun-Eater, the Legion is forced to enlist the help of the Fatal Five: the Emerald Empress (Sarya of Venegar, armed with the Emerald Eye of Ekron), Mano of Angtu, the Persuader (wielder of the Atomic Axe, Tharok, and Validus. NOTES: Tales of the Legion Annual #3 (1984) later revealed that Validus is time-displaced son of Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad, with "mental lightning" powers. Adventure Comics #352 (Jan. 1967)
Apr 20 The Legion and the Fatal Five try and fail to stop the Sun-Eater. Tharok builds an absorbatron bomb, which Superboy volunteers to carry to the creature's core. Ferro Lad slugs Superboy and carries the bomb himself, destroying the Sun-Eater at the cost of his own life. A memorial for Ferro Lad is erected on Shanghalla.
GLORITH REALITY: Ferro Lad prevents Valor from sacrificing himself.
Adventure Comics #353 (Feb. 1967)
Note: This issue feautured the iconic, imaginary story of the Adult Legion plus a text featurette "Meet the Legionnaires" about Lightning Lad and Light Lass. Adventure Comics #354 (Mar. 1967)
In the aftermath of the Legion's battle with the Sun-Eater, Jimmy Olsen visits the 30th century to announce his (ultimately abortive) engagement to Lucy Lane. Jimmy Olsen #100 (Mar. 1967)
Insect Queen (Lana Lang) helps the Legionnaires defeat Oggar-Kon and becomes an honorary member.
GLORITH REALITY: No similar events.
Adventure Comics #355 (Apr. 1967)
Superboy, Mon-El, Brainiac 5, Element Lad, and Dream Girl are transformed into children. First mention of Rokyn, the world on which the Kryptonian city of Kandor was enlarged. NOTES: Brainiac 5's homeworld is called Yod in this story. Kandor was enlarged in the 20th century in Superman #338 (Aug. 1979). In the Pocket Universe, Kandor was never shrunk by Brainiac and did not survive the destruction of Krypton.
GLORITH REALITY: The Legion has not yet met Superboy.
Adventure Comics #356 (May 1967)
Superboy is captured by a Controller, who reveals that he was the creator of the Sun-Eater. While the other Controllers fight evil, he has decided to rule the universe. Superboy is apparently saved by the ghost of Ferro Lad, and the renegade Controller dies after being startled by some unseen force. NOTES: This is the first appearance of the Controllers. Their full origin was told in Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 (Oct. 1985). It was never definitely established if the Legion clubhouse really was haunted by Ferro Lad's spirit.
GLORITH REALITY: The Controller captures Valor. The Legion has not yet met Superboy.
Adventure Comics #357 (June 1967)
On the jungle world of Simballi, the Legionnaires are stalked by Otto Orion, the Hunter. Orion dies after failing to defeat them. Adventure Comics #358 (July 1967)
Earth's new president, Kandru Boltax, who is also the head of the United Planets' Inner Council, outlaws the Legion. Some of the Legionnaires are imprisoned on Takron-Galtos after defying a president order not to use their powers in public, while the others become fugitives after even their parents and Legion financier R.J. Brande turn against them. NOTES: President Boltax's name is spelled Kandro in this story, but it is spelled Kandru in most subsequent appearances. Adventure Comics #359 (Aug. 1967)
The newly formed Legion Espionage Squad discovers that Vice President Boltax has hypnotized Earth's population by drugging the water. They add an antidote to the water supply with the help of Rond Vidar and unmask "Boltax" as Universo. The Legionnaires on Takron-Galtos escape and arrest the warden, who is an accomplice of Universo. Rond Vidar is made an honorary Legionnaire and the real Boltax is freed. NOTES: The Legionnaires on Earth briefly take refuge in one of Lex Luthor's former headquarters, Luthor's Lair. Luthor's Lair first appeared in Action Comics #277 (June 1961); the version shown in this story was first seen in Superman vol. 1 #167 (Feb. 1964). Adventure Comics #360 (Sept. 1967)
The Guardians of the Universe make Rond Vidar the Green Lantern of Space Sector 2814. Because Green Lanterns are still barred from U.P. space, Rond keeps his new role a secret. NOTES: Rond's entry in Who's Who in the Legion #5 (Sept. 1988) indicates that he was given his father's power ring after Universo's attempt to outlaw the Legion, but shortly before Rond became an honorary Legionnaire. (Legion vol. 3 #50, 9.88)
Tired of decades of conflict, the Dominators overthrow their leader and begins peace talks with the United Planets. The Legion escorts a caravan of Dominion ambassadors through the 10th dimension and defends them against the "Unkillables," a group of assassins ultimately revealed to be descendants of assassins Lee Harvey Oswald, Brutus and Cassius, John Wilkes Booth, and other famous killers. Adventure Comics #361 (Oct. 1967)
  Jimmy Olsen visits the Legion and tries his hand at being a 30th-century reporter.
Jimmy Olsen 106 (Oct. 1967)
The Legion battles Mantis Morlo and his army of Chemoids, who threaten Daxam, Orando, and Naltor. A group of Legionnaires visit Orando, where they meet Projectra's father, King Voxv. Karate Kid reveals his affection for Projectra. NOTES: This is the first actual appearance of the planet Orando. Issue includes a text feature, "Meet the Legionnaires," that lists all members, their real names and homeworlds. Adventure Comics #362 (Nov. 1967)
The Legionnaires battle Mantis Morlo on Daxam and Naltor and prevent him from destroying the Earth. NOTES: This is the first actual appearance of the planet Naltor and of its current High Seer, Beren Kah. Adventure Comics #363 (Nov. 1967)
After being chastized by the Legion, the Legion of Super-Pets win the acclaim of the people of the planet Thanl. Comet the Super-Horse and Proty II join the Legion as Biron the Bowman and Blockade Boy II. Notes: The letter column of this issue invited fans to vote for the next Legion leader; the results appear in #368.
POST-CRISIS AND GLORITH REALITIES: The history of the Super-Pets, if any, is unknown.
Adventure Comics #364 (Jan. 1968)
Aug 31 GLORITH REALITY ONLY: The Dark Circle plans to substitute its cloned Legion for the real Legionnaires during their imminent invasion of Earth. Stability problems with the clones prevents the plan from coming to fruition. (Legion vol. 4 #22, Sept. 1991)
Shadow Lass (Tasmia Mallor) leads the Legion on a mission to her homeworld, Talok VIII, which has been taken over by the Fatal Five. Note: This issue features "The Origin and Powers of the Legion of Super-Heroes!" (read page 1 and page 2) The first two pages are reprinted from Superman Annual #4 (1961), and 4 new pages were created to feature all the new characters. The accompanying text provided personal details for them as well, many of them for the first time. Adventure Comics #365 (Feb. 1968)
Sep 28 The Fatal Five flee Talok VIII for Earth, where they seize two of the three keys to the U.P.'s Universal Weapons Control Panel. Shadow Lass joins the Legion for their showdown with the Fatal Five, which all but destroys the Legion clubhouse. NOTES: First mention of the Lator Dreamers bat-ball team, of which Thom Kallor (Starboy) eventually becomes the manager, as revealed in Legion vol. 4 #37 (E12.92). Adventure Comics #366 (Mar. 1968)
Oct 19 The United Planets builds the Legion an elaborate new headquarters in Metropolis. The Legion receives gifts from across the galaxy, including the Miracle Machine from the Controllers dimension, which they use to defeat an invasion by the Dark Circle. First appearance of Sensei (Toshiaki White Crane), Karate Kid's teacher, and of Tokyo, described as "one of the few places in the 30th century to maintain some of its distinctive local cultural flavor." NOTES: According to Superboy #195 (June 1973), the new Legion headquarters is located at 344 Clinton Street, the same address where Clark Kent's apartment building stood in the 20th century. Adventure Comics #367 (Apr. 1968)
The female Legionnaires fall under the control of Thora of the matriarchal world Taltar, who increases their powers and turns them against their male comrades. Note: The letter column announced the results of the first fan-based Legion leader election (Ultra Boy). Adventure Comics #368 (May 1968)
Saturn Girl recounts the origin of the Legion. NOTES: This is the first telling of the Legion's origin. The origins of Lightning Lad, Lightning Lass, and Lightning Lord (Garth, Ayla, and Mekt Ranzz) are shown in flashback, the first appearance of the young Lightning Lord. The adult Lightning Lord who first appeared in Superman #147 (Aug. 1961) was apparently an older version of Mekt from an alternate future timeline. Superboy #147 (May/June 1968)
Mordru escapes from the airless vault beneath Legion headquarters. The Legionnaires flee back to Superboy's era to escape him. NOTES: The Legion's first battle with Mordru, never shown in an actual story, is shown in flashback. Mon-El mentions that Mordru made an earlier attempt to conquer the galaxy "decades ago."
GLORITH REALITY: The Legionnaires do not visit Smallville at this time.
Adventure Comics #369 (June 1968)
Mordru captures the Legionnaires in 20th-century Smallville and puts them on trial. The White Witch and Princess Projectra convince Mordru that he has destroyed the Legionnaires and trick him into accidentally burying himself again.
GLORITH REALITY:The Legionnaires do not visit Smallville at this time.
Adventure Comics #370 (July 1968)
Invisible Kid fights a member of the Taurus Gang with the help of young Condo Arlik (Chemical King) and the ghost of Ferro Lad. NOTES: This is the first chronological appearance of the Taurus Gang, which first appeared in Adventure Comics #374 (Nov. 1968). (Legion vol. 3 #59, Apr. 1989)
Ultra Boy is elected leader and Mon-El as deputy. Colossal Boy is blackmailed by a gang of criminals who have kidnapped his parents, Wynn and Marte Allon (not actually named in this story). He is forced to spy on the Legion Academy. First appearance of Academy student Chemical King (Condo Arlik of Phlon) and return of Lone Wolf (now calling himself Timber Wolf). Bouncing Boy is shown as an instructor at the Academy. Note: Ultra Boy is the first Legion leader elected by fans (first revealed in the letter column of Adventure Comics #368). Adventure Comics #371 (Aug. 1968)
Jan 30 Chemical King and Timber Wolf join the Legion, which rescues Colossal Boy's parents from Tarik the Mute and his new Legion of Super-Villains (which includes Lightning Lord, Nemesis Kid, Radiation Roy, Ron-Karr, and Spider Girl). NOTES: This is the first appearance of the "teen" LSV, which is not the same as the original "adult" Legion of Super-Villains, who were from an alternate future timeline. Adventure Comics #372 (Sept. 1968)
The Legionnaires meet Dawn Allen and Don Allen, the Tornado Twins, the children of Barry Allen (Flash II), who have inherited their father's super-speed powers. NOTES: This story indicated that Dawn and Don were descendants of the Flash, but it was not established that they were his children (or that their powers were permanent, not temporary) until Legion vol. 4 #17 (Apr. 1991). Adventure Comics #373 (Oct. 1968)
Some of the Legionnaires are captured by the Scorpius Gang, which blackmails their comrades into attacking the rival Taurus Gang (Rogarth (Clave Rogarth of Avalon), Black Mace (Mick Yardreigh of Earth), Mystelor (Zera Oliet of Titan), Shagrek, and Quantro). Science Police Chief Zoltorus is unmasked as the leader of the Scorpius gang, which is defeated with the help of the Legion of Substitute Heroes. First appearance of R.J. Brande's business rival Leland McCauley III. Adventure Comics #374 (Nov. 1968)
King Artros of Nadir forces the Legion to battle the Wanderers (Celebrand, Dartalg, Elvo, Immorto, Ornitho, Psyche, and Quantum Queen). First appearance of new Science Police commander Ianos. Shadow Lass demonstrates a romantic interest in Mon-El. NOTES: This is the first actual appearance of Quantum Queen. She previously appeared among the statues of dead Legionnaires in the Adult Legion story in Adventure Comics #354 (Apr. 1967). Adventure Comics #375 (Dec. 1968)
On the other-dimensional world of Nadir, Chameleon Boy defeats Kodar the Black Vassal and romances Princess Elwinda — whom he almost marries before the Legion draws him back to Earth. Adventure Comics #376 (Jan. 1969)
The Legion pretends to turn mercenary in order to defeat Modulus. Second appearance of Leland McCauley III. Adventure Comics #377 (Feb. 1969)
To celebrate Brainiac 5's birthday, the Legion toasts him with kono juice, only to find it has been poisoned. With only 12 hours to live, Karate Kid tries to go out fighting by taking on the Fatal Five single-handedly. NOTES: The 2995 Sourcebook gives Brainy's birthday as January 23. If that is correct, these events either take place before the events of Adventure Comics #371–372 (Aug.–Sept. 1968) or this is the first chance the Legionnaires have had to celebrate. Adventure Comics #378 (Mar. 1969)
The poisoned Legionnaires are buried in space by their comrades, who help the Seerons repel an army of invaders. The poisoned Legionnaires are restored by use of the Miracle Machine. The culprit is revealed to be Alek Korlo, a small-time crook. First reference to Interlac, the "intergalactic universal language of the 30th century." Adventure Comics #379 (Apr. 1969)
With the help of the Legion of Super-Pets, the Legion outwits the evil Skyzznx and his partner Alrrk. NOTES: This was the last issue of the Legion's run in Adventure Comics. Adventure Comics #380 (May 1969)
Light Lass helps Timber Wolf break his addiction to the lotus fruit of Oomar. Action #378 (July 1969)
Uli Algor, an accomplice of the villain Sunburst, infiltrates the Legion by posing as Shadow Lass. Action #379 (Aug. 1969)
One of Duo Damsel's bodies develops its own identity as Lelith, falling in love with Nam'Lor of Ikros. Nam'Lor's hyper-aura causes Lelith to become evil. He eventually leaves and she returns to normal. NOTES: Notes in the 2995 Legion Sourcebook indicate that this was neither the first nor the last time Duo Damsel displayed multiple personalities, something Brainiac 5 speculated was a repressed tendency of many Carggites. Action #380 (Sept. 1969)
May The Instructor General of the Science Police Academy discovers that cadet Shvaughn Erin is using Profem to make herself female. He decides that she is not a security risk and orders the records of her background sealed. *
Despondent after learning that his father has lost all his family's money gambling, Tenzil Kem (Matter-Eater Lad) cheers himself up by taking Salu Digby (Shrinking Violet) on a date in Metropolis. Duplicate Boy accuses Tenzil of trying to steal his girl. Action #381 (Oct. 1969)
mid-2979 Karate Kid has been elected leader (Mon-El is later identified as the deputy). Superboy and Mon-El are kidnapped by Cosvarr, who uses them to build his Protector androids.
GLORITH REALITY: Valor is kidnapped by Cosvarr. Superboy has not yet visited the 30th century at this time.
Action #382 (Nov. 1969)
The Sensei visits Karate Kid in Metropolis, where he persuades him that he is trying too hard to make the other Legionnaires live up to his own standards. (Secret Origins #47, Feb. 1990)
Still depressed over his abortive romance with Princess Elwinda of Nadir, Chameleon Boy poses as a human named Dane Roberts to romance Projectra's friend Janice Warren. Action #383 (Jan. 1970)
Mon-El apparently dies of lead poisoning. His cousin, Eltro Gand, sacrifices his own life force to revive him. Unbeknownst to everyone, Mon-El was not actually dead. Rather than reviving him, Eltro only succeeds in implanting his own personality into Mon-El's mind.
GLORITH REALITY: Same events with Valor rather than Mon-El. NOTES: The truth about Eltro Gand's sacrifice was revealed in Legion vol. 4 #4 (Feb. 1990).
Action #384 (Jan. 1970)
The Legion visits Star Boy's homeworld, Xanthu, and battle a Naltorian gang led by Yark Althu, the brother of Kenz Nuhor, the man Star Boy killed in self-defense. NOTES: Star Boy killed Kenz Nuhor in Adventure Comics #342 (Mar. 1966). Action #385 (Feb. 1970)
Uli Algor is released from jail, where she was sent for impersonating Shadow Lass, and tries to destroy the Legion on the asteroid world Talus. NOTES: Uli Algor first appeared in Action Comics #379 (Aug. 1969). In January 2995 the revived Legion established its new headquarters on Talus, as shown in Legion vol. 4 #14 (Jan. 1991). Action #386 (Mar. 1970)
The U.P. informs the Legion that they face ruinous taxation if they have more than 25 members. Superboy resigns to maintain the limit. Supergirl also considers resigning, but the Legion of Super-Pets threatens to quit if she leaves. NOTES: This story was the final appearance of the Legion of Super-Pets.
POST-CRISIS: No Supergirl, and the post-Crisis existence of the Super-Pets is unclear. Without Supergirl, the Legion had only 25 members at this time: these events may not have taken place at all.
GLORITH REALITY: Probably no similar events.
Action #387 (Apr. 1970)
At the age of 13, Dawnstar goes to work as a freelance space navigator. Eventually, R.J. Brande persuades her to attend the Legion Academy, for which she will be paid a "handsome" salary. (Superboy & the Legion #240, 6.78)
The Legion battles the android Klim. Action #389 (June 1970)
The Legion travels to the planet Lahum, where President Peralla has instituted a dictatorship and is preparing to conquer other worlds. The Legion Espionage Squad discovers that the anti-Peralla revolutionaries, led by Diol Masrin, are secretly allied with the Dark Circle. Action #390 (July 1970)
On Lahum, the Legionnaires defeat both President Peralla and Diol Masrin and restore democracy. Action #391 (Aug. 1970)