In 2006, Legion of Super Heroes arrived on television screens. The show – based on the DC Comics comic book of the same name – followed the adventures of a futuristic super group.
Legion of Super Heroes ran for two seasons, totalling 26 episodes. During this time, the cartoon picked up a loyal following from Legion fans as well as from those new to this particular corner of the DC Universe.
If you didn’t catch Legion of Super Heroes the first time around, or you’re playing catch-up, then you may wish to know what are the episodes are. And if that is the case, then this post is for you!
Below you will find a list of all the episodes from the entire run of the show. Here you will see what episodes appeared in what season.
A list of Legion of Super Heroes episodes
Legion of Super Heroes ran for two seasons and focused on a collection of heroes including Superman, Superman X, Brainiac 5, Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl, Timber Wolf, and more.
Season One of Legion of Super Heroes aired between September 2006 and May 2007 and comprised 13 episodes. The episodes included:
- 1) Man of Tomorrow
- 2) Timber Wolf
- 3) Legacy
- 4) Phantoms
- 5) Champions
- 6) Fear Factory
- 7) Brain Drain
- 8) Lightning Storm
- 9) The Substitutes
- 10) Child’s Play
- 11) Chain of Command
- 12) Sundown Part 1
- 13) Sundown Part 2
Season Two of Legion of Super Heroes aired between September 2007 and April 2008. The season ran for 13 episodes and included:
- 1) The Man from the Edge of Tomorrow Part 1
- 2) The Man from the Edge of Tomorrow Part 2
- 3) Cry Wolf
- 4) Chained Lightning
- 5) Karate Kid
- 6) Who Am I?
- 7) Unnatural Alliances
- 8) Message in a Bottle
- 9) In the Beginning
- 10) Trials
- 11) In Your Dreams
- 12) Dark Victory Part 1
- 13) Dark Victory Part 2
Across the two seasons, Legion of Super Heroes boasted a voice cast that included Adam Wylie, Wil Wheaton, James Arnold Taylor, Bumper Robinson, Kari Wahlgren, and Yuri Lowenthal amongst others.
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