List of Legion of Super-Heroes members

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The Legion of Super-Heroes is a team of comic book superheroes in the future, as published by DC Comics. It has gone through various iterations, as well as two separate reboots.

Original team (1958–1994)[edit]

Introduced in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958), the original version of the team appeared in various titles for 36 years until Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #61 (September 1994). It was revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009) that this version of the team inhabits an alternate universe parallel to the one currently featured in mainstream DC continuity.

Founding members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Cosmic Boy
(later Polestar)
Rokk Krinn Braal First appeared in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958).
Revealed to be a founding member in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968).
Magnetism manipulation; control and generation of magnetic fields.
Saturn Girl Imra Ardeen Titan Telepathy; ability to read and control minds.
Lightning Lad Garth Ranzz Winath First appeared (as "Lightning Boy") in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958).
Revealed to be a founding member in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968).
Killed battling Zaryan the Conqueror in Adventure Comics #304 (January 1963). Resurrected in Adventure Comics #312 (September 1963).
According to the Glorith retcon, his body was resurrected housing the mind of Proty, as revealed in Legion of Super-Heroes Annual Vol. 4 #3 (1992).
Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.

Silver Age members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Superboy
(retconned to be the Pocket Universe Superboy post-Crisis)
Kal-El
(a.k.a. Clark Kent)
Krypton First appeared in More Fun Comics #101 (January/February 1945).
Joined in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958).
Died preventing the Time Trapper from destroying the Pocket Universe Earth in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #38 (September 1987).
See Powers and abilities of Superman.
Chameleon Boy
(later Chameleon)
Reep Daggle Durla First appeared in Action Comics #267 (August 1960), already a member.
Joined the Batch SW6/New Earth team in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #41 (March 1993).
Shapeshifting.
Colossal Boy Gim Allon Earth First appeared in Action Comics #267 (August 1960), already a member. Ability to grow to gigantic size.
Invisible Kid Lyle Norg Earth First appeared in Action Comics #267 (August 1960), already a member.
Killed by Validus in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #203 (July–August 1974).
Invisibility to the naked eye.
Star Boy Thom Kallor Xanthu First appeared in Adventure Comics #282 (March 1961), already a member. Ability to increase the mass of objects; for a time had powers similar to those of Superboy.
Triplicate Girl
(later Duo Damsel)
Luornu Durgo Cargg First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961), already a member.
Revealed in Superboy #147 (May–June 1968) to be the Legion's fourth member.
One of her three selves was killed by Computo in Adventure Comics #340 (January 1966).
A second body was killed by the Time Trapper in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #50 (September 1988).
Following the Glorith retcon, the second death was reversed, as revealed in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #42 (April 1993).
Ability to split into three bodies; reduced to two bodies after one of her selves was murdered.
Later acquired the ability to generate impenetrable force fields.
Phantom Girl
(later Phase)
Tinya Wazzo Bgztl First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961), already a member.
Revealed in Superboy #147 (May–June 1968) to be the Legion's fifth member.
Joined L.E.G.I.O.N. in L.E.G.I.O.N. '89 #9 (November 1989), and later assumed the code name Phase.
Phase was retconned into a distinct individual in L.E.G.I.O.N. '94 #70 (September 1994).
Intangibility.
Brainiac 5
(later B-5)
Querl Dox Colu First appeared and joined in Action Comics #276 (May 1961). 12th level intelligence.
Supergirl Kara Zor-El
(a.k.a. Linda Lee Danvers)
Krypton First appeared in Action Comics #252 (May 1959).
Joined in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Killed by the Anti-Monitor in Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 (October 1985).
See Powers and abilities of Superman.
Laurel Gand Daxam First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #6 (April 1990). Replaced Supergirl in continuity following the Glorith retcon.
Died in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #59 (July 1994), from injuries sustained battling the Khunds.
Same powers as a Kryptonian, only vulnerable to lead instead of Kryptonite; see Powers and abilities of Superman.
Kid Quantum "James Cullen" Antares First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #33 (September 1992).
Joined prior to Brainiac 5 and Laurel Gand (according to the Glorith retcon).
Joined the Batch SW6/New Earth team in Legionnaires #12 (March 1994).
Ability to cast stasis fields.
Sun Boy Dirk Morgna Earth First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Joined prior to Adventure Comics #290 (November 1961).
Killed by Circe[1] in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #36 (Late November 1992), in an act of euthanasia.
Heat and light generation.
Shrinking Violet
(later Virus)
Salu Digby Imsk First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Joined prior to Adventure Comics #290 (November 1961).
Ability to shrink to microscopic size.
Bouncing Boy Chuck Taine Earth First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Joined prior to Action Comics #287 (April 1962).
Super-bouncing.
Ultra Boy
(later Emerald Dragon)
Jo Nah Rimbor First appeared and joined in Superboy #98 (July 1962). Super-strength, super-speed, flight, invulnerability, flash vision, and "penetra-vision" (all approximately at Kryptonian power levels), only one of which can be used at a time.
Mon-El
(renamed Valor following the Glorith retcon)
Lar Gand Daxam First appeared and sent to the Phantom Zone in Superboy #89 (June 1961).
Joined in Adventure Comics #300 (September 1962). Freed from the Phantom Zone after more than 1000 years in Adventure Comics #305 (February 1963).
Died in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #61 (June 1989), from injuries sustained battling the Time Trapper.
Revived in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #3 (January 1990)
Personal history significantly revised following the Glorith retcon, as revealed in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, Annual #2 (1991).
Same powers as a Kryptonian, only vulnerable to lead instead of Kryptonite; see Powers and abilities of Superman.
Matter-Eater Lad Tenzil Kem Bismoll First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #303 (December 1962). Can eat any substance.
Element Lad
(formerly Mystery Lad)
Jan Arrah Trom First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #307 (April 1963). Elemental transmutation.
Lightning Lass
(also Light Lass and Pulse)
Ayla Ranzz Winath First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #308 (May 1963). Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.
Later gravity negation, then regained her original powers.
Dream Girl Nura Nal Naltor First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #317 (February 1964). Precognition.
Ferro Lad Andrew Nolan Earth First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966).
Died destroying the Sun-Eater in Adventure Comics #353 (February 1967).
Ability to transform into iron, which also provides him with superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Karate Kid Val Armorr Earth First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966).
Killed battling Nemesis Kid in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #4 (November 1984).
Mastery of all known martial arts.
Princess Projectra
(later Queen Projectra and Sensor Girl)
Projectra Wind'zzor Orando First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966). Generation of illusions.
As Sensor Girl, control over all five senses of herself and others and some super-vision powers.
Shadow Lass Tasmia Mallor Talok VIII Alternate version (known as "Shadow Woman") first appeared as a future deceased member in Adventure Comics #354 (March 1967).
Canonical version first appeared in Adventure Comics #365 (February 1968).
Joined in Adventure Comics #366 (March 1968).
Shadow-casting.
Chemical King Condo Arlik Phlon First mentioned as a future deceased member on the cover of Adventure Comics #354 (March 1967). Joined in Adventure Comics #372 (September 1968).
Died preventing World War VII in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #228 (June 1977).
Control over the rate of chemical reactions.
Timber Wolf
(later Furball)
Brin Londo Zoon First appeared (as "Lone Wolf") in Adventure Comics #327 (December 1964).
Joined in Adventure Comics #372 (September 1968).
Superhuman agility and strength.
Later claws and fangs, super-senses, and accelerated healing.

"Bronze Age" members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Wildfire
(later NRG)
Drake Burroughs Earth First appeared (as "ERG-1") in Superboy #195 (June 1973).
Joined in Superboy #202 (May/June 1974).
Energy blasts and manipulation, flight.
Tyroc Troy Stewart Earth
(Marzal Island)
First appeared in Superboy #216 (April 1976).
Joined in Superboy #218 (July 1976).
Sonic power that creates unusual effects.
Dawnstar
(later Bounty)
Starhaven First appeared in Superboy #226 (April 1977).
Joined in Superboy #229 (July 1977).
Interstellar tracking, flight, unaided space travel.
Blok Dryad First appeared as a villain in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #253 (July 1979). Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #272 (February 1981).
Killed by Roxxas in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #3 (January 1990).
Superhuman strength and physical resistance; energy absorption.
Invisible Kid II Jacques Foccart Earth First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, Annual #1 (1982). Invisibility to the naked eye and to most forms of detection.
White Witch
(later Jewel)
Mysa Nal Naltor First appeared (as "The Hag") in Adventure Comics #350 (November 1966).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #294 (December 1982).
Spellcasting.
Magnetic Kid Pol Krinn Braal First appeared in Adventure Comics #335 (August 1965).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985).
Killed by the Arch-Mage in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #62 (July 1989).
Magnetism manipulation; ability to generate and control magnetic fields.
Polar Boy Brek Bannin Tharr First appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (March 1963).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985).
Cold manipulation; ability to absorb heat and produce cold.
Quislet (an unpronounceable glyph) Teall First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985). Energy being possessing the ability to inhabit and animate inanimate objects, which then disintegrate after Quislet's consciousness vacates them.
Tellus Ganglios Hyrakius First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #9 (April 1985).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985).
Telepathy and telekinesis.

Post-Crisis on Infinite Earths members[edit]

Joined during the "Five Year Gap"[edit]

Many of these individuals were generally only depicted in flashback form, and often information regarding their tenure is extremely limited.

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Storm Boy Myke Chypurz Earth First appeared in Adventure Comics #301 (October 1962). Created technology that could cause storms and had limited control over weather; no actual powers.
Stone Boy Dag Wentim Zwen First appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (March 1963). Ability to turn into mostly inanimate stone.
Chlorophyll Kid Ral Benem Mardru Ability to make plants grow super-fast.
Fire Lad Staq Mavlen Shwar Ability to breathe fire.
Calamity King E. Davis Ester Touston First appeared in Adventure Comics #342 (March 1966) Ability to cause accidents and disasters.
Color Kid Ulu Vakk Lupra Ability to change the color of objects and organisms.
Infectious Lass Drura Sepht Somahtur First appeared in Superboy #201 (April 1974) Spontaneous generation of infectious diseases.
Porcupine Pete Peter Dursin Earth Ability to generate and fire quills from his body.
Crystal Kid Bobb Kohan Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #272 (February 1981).
First mentioned as a member in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #28 (April 1992).
Create crystal structures.
Nightwind Berta Skye Haris Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #272 (February 1981).
Killed by the Khund army in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #15 (February 1991).
Ability to generate and control wind.
Reflecto Stig Ah Rimbor First mentioned as a future deceased member on the cover of Adventure Comics #354 (March 1967).
First full appearance in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #277 (July 1981). Later depicted as the alternate identity of an amnesiac Superboy.
Retconned as an distinct individual member in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #44 (May 1993).
Reflects physical and energy attacks back to their source.
Karate Kid II Myg Lythyl First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #13 (August 1985).
First mentioned as a member in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #40 (February 1993).
Mastery of all known martial arts.
Visi-Lad Rhent Ustin Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #3. Had telescopic, microscopic, hypnotic and heat vision.
Impulse Richard Kent Shakespeare Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #12 (October 1990), already a member. Super-strength, enhanced durability and speed, medical knowledge.
Echo Myke-4 Astor Calish-Aetia First mentioned as a member in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #28 (April 1992). Sound manipulation.

Joined after the "Five Year Gap"[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Kono Brita An'nan Sklar First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #2 (December 1989); joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #12 (October 1990). Mass-shifting powers allow her to turn herself and others immaterial or super-dense.
Neon Celeste McCauley
(a.k.a. Celeste Rockfish)
Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #6 (April 1990). Imbued with ancient Green Lantern energies.
Reflex Devlin O'Ryan Xanthu First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #6 (April 1990); joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #40 (February 1993). Reflects physical and energy attacks back to their source.
Veilmist n/a Khundia First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #44 (June 1993).
Killed by Firefist in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #58 (June 1994).
Teleportation.
Firefist n/a Khundia First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #44 (June 1993). Cybernetically enhanced of strength and speed & arm-mounted blaster.
Blood Claw n/a Khundia First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #44 (June 1993).
Killed in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #46 (August 1993) by Magnetic Kid's reanimated corpse.
Super strength and cybernetically enhanced razor claws.
Flederweb n/a Unknown[2] First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #44 (June 1993). Cybernetically enhanced bat-like wings & wall adhesion.
Spider Girl
(later Wave)
Sussa Paka Earth First appeared in Adventure Comics #323 (August 1964).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #54 (February 1994).
Super-strong prehensile hair.

Reserve and honorary members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Pete Ross Earth First appeared in Superboy #86 (January 1961).
Granted honorary membership in Superboy #98 (July 1962), for protecting Superboy's secret identity without anyone else's knowledge (including Superboy).
Killed by General Zod, Quex-Ul and Zaora in Superman vol. 2, #22 (October 1988).
None.
Kid Psycho Gnill Opril Hajor First appeared and granted reserve membership in Superboy #125 (December 1965).
Died in Crisis on Infinite Earths #3 (June 1985).
Psychokinetic powers which shortened his life with every use.
Insect Queen Lana Lang Earth First appeared in Superboy #10 (September–October 1950); granted reserve membership in Adventure Comics #355 (April 1967).
Killed by General Zod, Quex-Ul and Zaora, as revealed in Superman vol. 2, #22 (October 1988).
Ring enabled her to transform into insects or other arthropods.
Elastic Lad Jimmy Olsen Earth First full appearance in Superman #13 (November–December 1941); granted honorary membership in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #72 (October 1963). Elasticity.
Green Lantern Rond Vidar Earth First appeared in Adventure Comics #349 (October 1966); granted honorary membership in Adventure Comics #360 (September 1967).
Revealed as a Green Lantern in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #50 (September 1988).
None.
Later revealed to possess a Green Lantern power ring.

Expelled members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
"False Pretenses Lad" Jan Jor Joined in Adventure Comics #327 (December 1964) under false pretenses in order to gain access to the Mission Monitor Board.
Command Kid Jeem Rehtu Preztor Secretly "demon-possessed"; joined in Adventure Comics #328 (January 1965) in order to dismantle the Legion.
Resigned when the demon was exorcised, making him powerless.
Capable of inducing hallucinations.
Dynamo Boy Vorm New Tortuga Joined in Adventure Comics #330 (March 1965) in order to infiltrate the Legion. Used a belt to simulate energy generation.
Nemesis Kid Hart Druiter Myar First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966).
Revealed as a traitor in Adventure Comics #347 (August 1966) and expelled following that issue.
Executed by Queen Projectra in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #5 (December 1984).
Spontaneously adapts powers to defeat any single opponent.
Star Boy Thom Kallor Xanthu Expelled in Adventure Comics #342 (March 1966) for killing Kenz Nuhor in self-defense.
Rejoined in Adventure Comics #351 (December 1966).
Ability to increase the mass of objects.

Batch SW6/New Earth team[edit]

Introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #24 (December 1991), "Batch SW6" was a teenage version of the original Legion (whose members had all reached adulthood), which appeared in the original continuity until Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #61 (September 1994). Its roster was equivalent to the original Legion's membership immediately following the team's first encounter with Universo,[3] with Valor and Laurel Gand replacing Superboy, Mon-El and Supergirl (and with all three of Triplicate Girl's bodies intact). Eventually, the members of this team were revealed to be time-paradox duplicates of the original Legionnaires created by the Time Trapper.[4] Additionally, five non-SW6 members joined: Computo (Danielle Foccart), Dragonmage, Catspaw, Kid Quantum, and the adult Reep Daggle (Chameleon). It was revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009) that this version of the team inhabits an alternate universe parallel to the one currently featured in mainstream DC continuity.

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Cosmic Boy Rokk Krinn Braal Introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #24 (December 1991). Magnetism manipulation; control and generation of magnetic fields.
Live Wire
(formerly Lightning Lad)
Garth Ranzz Winath Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.
Saturn Girl Imra Ardeen Titan Telepathy; ability to read and control minds.
Triad
(formerly Triplicate Girl)
Luornu Durgo Cargg Ability to split into three bodies.
Apparition
(formerly Phantom Girl)
Tinya Wazzo Bgztl Intangibility.
Leviathan
(formerly Colossal Boy)
Gim Allon Earth Ability to grow to gigantic size.
Invisible Kid Lyle Norg Earth Invisibility to the naked eye.
Brainiac 5 Querl Dox Colu 12th level intelligence.
Andromeda Laurel Gand Daxam See Powers and abilities of Superman, but with vulnerability to lead instead of Kryptonite.
Inferno
(formerly Sun Boy)
Dirk Morgna Earth Heat and light generation.
Shrinking Violet Salu Digby Imsk Ability to shrink to microscopic size.
Ultra Boy Jo Nah Rimbor Super-strength, super-speed, flight, invulnerability, flash vision, and "penetra-vision" (all approximately at Kryptonian power levels), only one of which can be used at a time.
Matter-Eater Lad Tenzil Kem Bismoll Can eat any substance.
Alchemist
(formerly Element Lad)
Jan Arrah Trom Elemental transmutation.
Gossamer
(formerly Light Lass)
Ayla Ranzz Winath Gravity negation.
Ferro
(formerly Ferro Lad)
Andrew Nolan Earth Ability to transform into iron, which also provides him with superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Princess Projectra Projectra Wind'zzor Orando Introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #24 (December 1991).
Killed fighting Dominion troops in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #32 (August 1992).
Generation of illusions.
Chameleon Boy Reep Daggle Durla Shapeshifting.
Karate Kid Val Armorr Earth Mastery of all known martial arts.
Valor Lar Gand Daxam Introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #24 (December 1991).
Disappeared into the timestream in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #37 (Early December 1992).
Replaced his deceased 20th century counterpart in Valor #19 (May 1994).
Same powers as a Kryptonian, but with vulnerability to lead instead of Kryptonite; see Powers and abilities of Superman.
Chameleon
(formerly Chameleon Boy)
Reep Daggle Durla Adult version of Chameleon Boy; first appeared in Action Comics #267 (August 1960).
Joined the Batch SW6/New Earth team in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #41 (March 1993).
Shapeshifting.
Catspaw April Dumaka Earth Introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #33 (September 1992).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #41 (March 1993).
Cat-like abilities and physique.
Dragonmage Xao Jin New Shanghai Colony Spellcasting.
Kid Quantum ”James Cullen” Antares Introduced in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #33 (September 1992).
Joined the Batch SW6/New Earth team in Legionnaires #12 (March 1994).
Ability to cast stasis fields.
Computo II Danielle Foccart Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, Annual #1 (1982).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #41 (March 1993).
Can interface with computers and machinery.
Bouncing Boy Chuck Taine Earth Zero Hour blip. Appeared in Legionnaires #16 (July 1994). Super-bouncing.
Star Boy Thom Kallor Xanthu Ability to increase the mass of objects.
Dream Girl Nura Nal Naltor Precognition.

Post-reboot members (1994–2004)[edit]

This version of the Legion emerged in the aftermath of Zero Hour, and first appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #0 (October 1994). It was revealed in Infinite Crisis #6 (May 2006) that this version of the team inhabits Earth-247.

Founding members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Cosmic Boy Rokk Krinn Braal Co-founded the team in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #0 (October 1994). Magnetism manipulation; control and generation of magnetic fields.
Saturn Girl Imra Ardeen Titan Telepathy; ability to read and control minds.
Live Wire Garth Ranzz Winath Post-reboot counterpart of Lightning Lad.
Co-founded the team in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #0 (October 1994).
Killed fighting Element Lad in Legion Lost vol. 1, #12 (April 2001)
Resurrected in Element Lad's body in The Legion #25 (December 2003).
Original body restored in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #3 (April 2009).
Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.

Pre-draft[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Triad Luornu Durgo Cargg Post-reboot counterpart of Triplicate Girl.
Joined in Legionnaires #0 (October 1994).
Ability to split into three bodies.
Apparition Tinya Wazzo Bzgtl Post-reboot counterpart of Phantom Girl.
Joined in Legionnaires #0 (October 1994).
Revealed in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #100 (January 1998) to be a Carggite body, and that one of her other two bodies was Phase (from L.E.G.I.O.N.). Apparition and Phase merged in the same issue.
Intangibility.

Draftees[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Chameleon Reep Daggle Durla Post-reboot counterpart of Chameleon Boy.
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #62 (November 1994).
Shapeshifting.
XS Jenni Ognats Aarok First appeared in Legionnaires #0 (October 1994); granddaughter of Barry Allen and first cousin of Bart Allen.
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #62 (November 1994).
Native of the same universe as the post-Infinite Crisis team, as revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #3 (April 2009).
Joined the post-Infinite Crisis team in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (July 2009).
Superspeed.
Leviathan I Gim Allon Earth Post-reboot counterpart of Colossal Boy.
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #62 (November 1994).
Killed battling Dr. Regulus in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #83 (August 1996).
Ability to grow to gigantic size.
Kid Quantum I James Cullen Xanthu Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #62 (November 1994); killed in the same issue by Tangleweb. Ability to cast stasis fields using belt.
Invisible Kid Lyle Norg Earth Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #62 (November 1994). Invisibility to the naked eye.
Brainiac 5
(later Brainiac 5.1)
Querl Dox Colu Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #63 (December 1994). 12th level intelligence.
Spark Ayla Ranzz Winath Post-reboot counterpart of Lightning Lass/Light Lass.
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #64 (January 1995).
Electrical manipulation.
Later gravity negation, then regained her original powers.
Andromeda Laurel Gand Daxam Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #66 (March 1995). See Powers and abilities of Superman, but vulnerable to lead instead of Kryptonite.
Later gained energy generation abilities.
Violet
(also Shrinking Violet, LeViathan, Leviathan II)
Salu Digby Imsk Ability to shrink to microscopic size.
Later gained Leviathan's power to grow in size.
Kinetix Zoe Saugin Aleph First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #66 (March 1995).
Killed by Superboy-Prime in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (April 2009).
Ability to control the molecular structure of objects, enabling her to animate and reshape them.
Later changed into a Terrorform via "hypertaxis", after which her powers were vaguely defined.
Gates Ti'julk Mr'asz Vyrga First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #66 (March 1995).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #76 (January 1996).
Joined the post-Infinite Crisis team in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (July 2009).
Creation of teleportation "gates".
Star Boy Thom Kallor Xanthu First appeared in Legionnaires #0 (October 1994).
Replaced Kid Quantum I following his death. Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #76 (January 1996).
Ability to increase the mass of objects; for a time also had super-strength, super-speed, invulnerability, and electric vision.

Post-draft[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Element Lad Jan Arrah Trom First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #71 (August 1995).
Joined in Legionnaires #37 (June 1996).
Killed by Live Wire in Legion Lost vol. 1, #12 (April 2001).
Elemental transmutation.
Ultra Boy Jo Nah Rimbor First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #64 (January 1995).
Joined in Legionnaires #37 (June 1996).
Super-strength, super-speed, flight, invulnerability, flash vision, and "penetra-vision" (all approximately at Kryptonian power levels), only one of which can be used at a time.
Superboy Kon-El
(a.k.a. Conner Kent)
Earth First appeared in Adventures of Superman #500 (Early June 1993).
Granted honorary membership in Legionnaires #31 (November 1995).
Promotion to active duty foreshadowed in JSA #51 (October 2003), occurred prior to The Legion #26 (Early January 2004).
Revealed to be a hybrid clone of Superman and Lex Luthor in Teen Titans vol. 3, #1 (September 2003).
Killed by Superboy-Prime in Infinite Crisis #6 (May 2006).
Resurrected in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (April 2009).
See Powers and abilities of Superman, tactile telekinesis.
M'Onel (formerly Valor) Lar Gand Daxam Post-reboot counterpart of Mon-El.
First appeared in Eclipso: Darkness Within #2 (October 1992)
Joined in Legionnaires #37 (June 1996).
Same powers as a Kryptonian, only vulnerable to lead instead of Kryptonite; see Powers and abilities of Superman.
Magno Dyrk Magz Braal First appeared and joined in Legionnaires #43 (December 1996).
Depowered in Legionnaires #50 (July 1997); joined support staff in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #100 (January 1998).
Magnetism manipulation; control and generation of magnetic fields.
Umbra Tasmia Mallor Talok VIII Post-reboot counterpart of Shadow Lass.
First appeared and joined in Legionnaires #43 (December 1996).
Shadow-casting.
Sensor Jeka Wynzorr Orando Post-reboot counterpart of Princess Projectra/Sensor Girl.
First appeared and joined in Legionnaires #43 (December 1996).
Generation of illusions; telepathy.
Ferro Andrew Nolan Earth Post-reboot counterpart of Ferro Lad.
First appeared in Adventures of Superman #540 (November 1996).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #93 (June 1997).
Ability to transform into iron, which also provides him with superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Inferno "Sandy Anderson" Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #64 (January 1995).[5] Heat and light generation.
Monstress Candi Pyponte-Le Parc III Xanthu First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #82 (July 1996).
Future membership foreshadowed in Legionnaires #50 (July 1997), occurred in Legionnaires #52 (September 1997).
Killed by Element Lad in Legion Lost vol. 1, #11 (March 2001).
Super strength.
Karate Kid Val Armorr Omega Colony First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #64 (January 1995).
Joined in Legionnaires #60 (May 1998).
Mastery of all known martial arts.
Kid Quantum II Jazmin Cullen Xanthu First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #82 (July 1996).
Joined in Legionnaires #60 (May 1998).
Ability to cast stasis fields.
Thunder CeCe Beck 90th century Binderaan First appeared in The Power of Shazam! Annual #1 (1996).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #110 (December 1998).
Super strength, wisdom, invulnerability, flight, speed, and enhanced mental perception; powers equivalent to those of Captain Marvel.

Post-Blight[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Wildfire (formerly ERG-1) Drake Burroughs
(composite entity of the former Randall "Atom'X" Burroughs and Jahr-Drake "Blast-Off" Ningle)
Earth/Xanthu Composite entity first appeared in Legionnaires #76 (October 1999).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #125 (March 2000).
Energy blasts and manipulation, flight.
Shikari Shikari Lonestar Kwai migrating colony First appeared in Legion Lost #1 (May 2000).
Joined in The Legion #3 (July 2002).
Pathfinding, ability to generate biological armor and claws, flight.
Gear I.Z.O.R. Lisnar First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #117 (July 1999).
Joined prior to The Legion #3 (February 2002).
Can interface with and modify computers and machinery.
Timber Wolf Brin Londo Rimbor Joined in The Legion #13 (December 2002). Superhuman agility and strength, claws and fangs, super-senses, and accelerated healing.
Dreamer Nura Nal (legally changed from Nura Schnappin) Naltor Post-reboot counterpart of Dream Girl.
First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #84 (September 1996).
Joined in The Legion #23 (October 2003).
Precognition.
Blok Dryad Legion membership foreshadowed in a one-panel appearance in JSA #51 (October 2003). Superhuman strength and physical resistance; energy absorption.

"Threeboot" Legion (2004–2009)[edit]

This version of the Legion first appeared in the Teen Titans/Legion Special (November 2004). It was revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009) that this version of the team inhabits Earth-Prime, the home of supervillain Superboy-Prime.

Founding members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Cosmic Boy Rokk Krinn Braal Founding member; joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special.
Joined the Knights Tempus (from the 41st century) in Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #30 (July 2007).
Magnetism manipulation; control and generation of magnetic fields.
Saturn Girl Imra Ardeen Titan Founding member; joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special. Telepathy; ability to read and control minds.
Lightning Lad Garth Ranzz Winath Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.

Recruits[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Triplicate Girl Luornu Durgo Cargg Joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special. Ability to split into three bodies.
Phantom Girl Tinya Wazzo Bzgtl Intangibility.
Micro Lad (a.k.a. Colossal Boy) Gim Allon Earth Naturally massive size; ability to shrink to human size.
Star Boy Thom Kallor Xanthu Ability to increase the mass of objects.
Brainiac 5 Querl Dox Colu 12th level intelligence.
Atom Girl (a.k.a. Shrinking Violet) Salu Digby Imsk Ability to shrink to microscopic size.
Ultra Boy Jo Nah Rimbor Super-strength, super-speed, flight, invulnerability, flash vision, and "penetra-vision" (all approximately at Kryptonian power levels), only one of which can be used at a time.
Light Lass Ayla Ranzz Winath Gravity negation.
Karate Kid Val Armorr Earth Mastery of all known martial arts.
Princess Projectra Wilimena Morgana Daergina Annaxandra Projectra Velorya Vauxhall Orando Generation of illusions.
Shadow Lass Tasmia Mallor Talok VIII Shadow-casting.
Invisible Kid Lyle Norg Earth Invisibility to the naked eye.
Chameleon Reep Daggle Durla Androgynous version of Chameleon Boy.
Joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special.
Shapeshifting.
Sun Boy Dirk Morgna Earth Joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special.
Killed by Superboy-Prime in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #3 (April 2009).
Heat and light generation.
Element Lad Jan Arrah Trom Joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special.
Killed by Superboy-Prime in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #4 (April 2009).
Elemental transmutation.
Dream Girl Nura Nal Naltor Joined prior to Teen Titans/Legion Special.
Killed in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 5, #10 (November 2005)
Resurrected in Legion of Super-Heroes #50 (March 2009).
Precognition.
Timber Wolf Brin Londo Zoon Joined prior to Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #16 (May 2006). Superhuman agility and strength.
Later claws and fangs, super-senses, and accelerated healing.
Supergirl Kara Zor-El Krypton Arrived on 21st century Earth in Superman/Batman #8 (May 2004).
Joined in Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #17 (June 2006).
See Powers and abilities of Superman.
Dream Boy Rol Purtha Naltor First appeared and joined in Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #18 (July 2006). Precognition.
Mon-El Lar Gand Daxam Joined prior to Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #1 (October 2008). Same powers as a Kryptonian, but with vulnerability to lead instead of Kryptonite; see Powers and abilities of Superman.
Gazelle Giselle Smith Triton First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 5, #37 (February 2008).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 5, #48 (January 2009).
Conscious metabolic control.

Reserve members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Night Girl Lydda Jath Kathoon Pre-Crisis version first appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (March 1963).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 5, #48 (January 2009).
Super-strength when not in direct sunlight.
Sizzle Teela Spuunvll Abaddonus First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 5, #48 (January 2009). Able to absorb, alter and redirect energy.
Turtle Bogdan Tarka Doopa Extreme durability.

Post-Infinite Crisis (2007–2013)[edit]

This version of the Legion first appeared in "The Lightning Saga" storyarc in Justice League of America and Justice Society of America (June–August 2007). Its membership reflects the original, pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths Legion up to the events of Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #16-18 and Annual #1


Founding members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Cosmic Boy Rokk Krinn Braal First appeared in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958).
Revealed to be a founding member in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968).
Magnetism manipulation; control and generation of magnetic fields.
Lightning Lad Garth Ranzz Winath First appeared (as "Lightning Boy") in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958).
Revealed to be a founding member in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968).
Killed battling Zaryan the Conqueror in Adventure Comics #304 (January 1963). Revived with his own consciousness after his death battling Zaryan the Conqueror unlike his counterpart in the original team, whose body was revived housing the mind of Proty.
No longer on active duty as of Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7 #5 (January 2012).
Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.
Saturn Girl Imra Ardeen Titan First appeared in Adventure Comics #247 (April 1958).
Revealed to be a founding member in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968).
No longer on active duty as of Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7 #5 (January 2012).
Telepathy; ability to read and control minds.

Silver Age members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Duplicate Damsel
(formerly Triplicate Girl and Duo Damsel)
Luornu Durgo Cargg First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961), already a member.
Revealed in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968) to be the Legion's fourth member.
One of her three selves was killed by Computo in Adventure Comics #340 (January 1966).
Another one of her selves assumed the name "Una", as seen in Countdown #41 (July 18, 2007), and was killed by rats infected with the Morticoccus virus in Countdown to Final Crisis #5 (March 26, 2008).
Subsequently acquired the ability to create numerous duplicates, as revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009).
Unlike her original counterpart, none of her selves were ever killed by the Time Trapper.
Originally, the ability to split into three bodies.
Currently, the ability to create numerous duplicates.
Phantom Girl Tinya Wazzo Bgztl First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961), already a member.
Revealed in Superboy #147 (May/June 1968) to be the Legion's fifth member.
Unlike her original counterpart, she never joined L.E.G.I.O.N. nor assumed the code name Phase.
Intangibility.
Superman
(formerly referred to as "Superboy" during visits to the late 30th century)
Kal-El
(a.k.a. Clark Kent)
Krypton First appeared in Action Comics #1 (June 1938).
Joined the team as a teenager (as revealed in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #5 (June 2007)).
Used the name "Superboy" when visiting the late 30th century (as revealed in Adventure Comics vol. 2, #1 (October 2009) and depicted in Superman: Secret Origin #2 (December 2009)).
See Powers and abilities of Superman.
Chameleon Boy Reep Daggle Durla First appeared in Action Comics #267 (August 1960), already a member. Shapeshifting.
Colossal Boy Gim Allon Earth Ability to grow to gigantic size.
Invisible Kid Lyle Norg Earth First appeared in Action Comics #267 (August 1960), already a member.
Killed by Validus in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #203 (July–August 1974).
Invisibility to the naked eye.
Starman
(formerly Star Boy)
Thom Kallor Xanthu First appeared in Adventure Comics #282 (March 1961), already a member.
Joined the Justice Society of America (as "Starman") in the 21st century in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #1 (January 2007).
Revealed as the Starman from Kingdom Come in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #2 (February 2007).
Killed by falling debris in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #18 (May 2013).
Ability to increase the mass of objects; ability to travel the space-time continuum, as revealed in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #20 (December 2008).
Brainiac 5 Querl Dox Colu First appeared and joined in Action Comics #276 (May 1961). 12th level intelligence.
Supergirl Kara Zor-El
(a.k.a. Linda Lang)
Krypton Arrived on 21st century Earth in Superman/Batman #8 (May 2004).
Future membership with the post-Infinite Crisis team foreshadowed in Supergirl vol. 5, #52 (June 2010), occurred in Supergirl Annual vol. 5, #2 (2010). Membership put her in history in the Silver Age stories of the Legion, not in the current Legion.
Implied to have been killed between the Silver Age and current Legion, though the name "Anti-Monitor" was not explicitly mentioned.
See Powers and abilities of Superman.
Sun Boy Dirk Morgna Earth First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Joined prior to Adventure Comics #290 (November 1961).
Killed in a Legion Cruiser crash caused by Tharok in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #17 (April 2013).
Heat and light generation.
Shrinking Violet Salu Digby Imsk First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Joined prior to Adventure Comics #290 (November 1961).
Ability to shrink to microscopic size.
Bouncing Boy Chuck Taine Earth First appeared in Action Comics #276 (May 1961).
Joined prior to Action Comics #287 (April 1962).
Super-bouncing.
Ultra Boy Jo Nah Rimbor First appeared and joined in Superboy #98 (July 1962). Super-strength, super-speed, flight, invulnerability, flash vision, and "penetra-vision" (all approximately at Kryptonian power levels), only one of which can be used at a time.
Mon-El Lar Gand Daxam Sent to the Phantom Zone by a teenage Clark Kent in Action Comics Annual #10 (2007).
Released from the Phantom Zone in the 21st century by Superman in Action Comics #874 and Superman #685 (April 2009).
Joins the 21st century Science Police as Jonathan Kent in Superman #686 (May 2009).
Joins the 21st century Justice League of America in Justice League of America vol. 2, #41 (March 2010).
Joins the Legion after spending 1000 years in the Phantom Zone, as depicted in Adventure Comics vol. 2, #11 (July 2010).
Unlike his original counterpart, he was never killed by the Time Trapper nor retconned as Valor.
Same powers as a Kryptonian, but with vulnerability to lead instead of Kryptonite; see Powers and abilities of Superman.
Matter-Eater Lad Tenzil Kem Bismoll First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #303 (December 1962). Can eat any substance.
Element Lad
(formerly Mystery Lad)
Jan Arrah Trom First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #307 (April 1963). Elemental transmutation.
Lightning Lass
(also Light Lass)
Ayla Ranzz Winath First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #308 (May 1963). Electrical manipulation; control and generation of electrical fields.
Later gravity negation, then regained her original powers.
Dream Girl Nura Nal Naltor First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #317 (February 1964). Precognition.
Ferro Lad Andrew Nolan Earth First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966).
Died destroying the Sun-Eater in Adventure Comics #353 (February 1967).
Ability to transform into iron, which also provides him with superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Karate Kid Val Armorr Earth First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966).
Killed battling Nemesis Kid in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #4 (November 1984).
Resurrected during the "Mystery Years" and first appeared as Trident in Justice League of America vol. 2, #3 (December 2006). Revealed as Karate Kid in Justice League of America vol. 2, #7 (May 2007).
Died from the Morticoccus virus in Countdown to Final Crisis #7 (March 12, 2008).
Mastery of all known martial arts.
Sensor Girl
(formerly Princess Projectra and Queen Projectra)
Projectra Wind'zzor Orando First appeared and joined in Adventure Comics #346 (July 1966). Generation of illusions.
As Sensor Girl, control over all five senses of herself and others and some super-vision powers.
Shadow Lass Tasmia Mallor Talok VIII Alternate version (known as "Shadow Woman") first appeared as a future deceased member in Adventure Comics #354 (March 1967).
Canonical version first appeared in Adventure Comics #365 (February 1968).
Joined in Adventure Comics #366 (March 1968).
Shadow-casting.
Chemical King Condo Arlik Phlon First mentioned as a future deceased member on the cover of Adventure Comics #354 (March 1967). Joined in Adventure Comics #372 (September 1968).
Died preventing World War VII in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #228 (June 1977).
Control over the rate of chemical reactions.
Timber Wolf Brin Londo Zoon First appeared (as "Lone Wolf") in Adventure Comics #327 (December 1964).
Joined in Adventure Comics #372 (September 1968).
Superhuman agility and strength.
Later claws and fangs, super-senses, and accelerated healing.

"Bronze Age" members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Wildfire Drake Burroughs Earth First appeared (as "ERG-1") in Superboy #195 (June 1973).
Joined in Superboy #202 (May/June 1974).
Energy blasts and manipulation, flight.
Tyroc Troy Stewart Earth
(Marzal Island)
First appeared in Superboy #216 (April 1976).
Joined in Superboy #218 (July 1976).
Sonic power that creates unusual effects.
Dawnstar Starhaven First appeared in Superboy #226 (April 1977).
Joined in Superboy #229 (July 1977).
Interstellar tracking, flight, unaided space travel.
Blok Dryad First appeared as a villain in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #253 (July 1979). Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #272 (February 1981). Unlike his original counterpart, he was never killed by Roxxas. Superhuman strength and physical resistance; energy absorption.
Invisible Kid II Jacques Foccart Earth First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, Annual #1 (1982). Invisibility to the naked eye and to most forms of detection.
Black Witch
(formerly White Witch)
Mysa Nal Naltor First appeared (as "The Hag") in Adventure Comics #350 (November 1966).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #294 (December 1982).
Absorbed the magical abilities of Mordru (of New Earth) and those of Earth-247's magicians in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009).
Spellcasting.
Currently the most powerful sorcerer of the 31st century.
Magnetic Kid Pol Krinn Braal First appeared in Adventure Comics #335 (August 1965).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985).
Killed by the Arch-Mage in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #62 (July 1989).
Magnetism manipulation; ability to generate and control magnetic fields.
Polar Boy Brek Bannin Tharr First appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (March 1963).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985).
Cold manipulation; ability to absorb heat and produce cold.
Quislet (an unpronounceable glyph) Teall First appeared and joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985). Energy being possessing the ability to inhabit and animate inanimate objects, which then disintegrate after Quislet's consciousness vacates them.
Tellus Ganglios Hyrakius First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #9 (April 1985).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 3, #14 (September 1985).
Telepathy and telekinesis.

Post-Infinite Crisis members[edit]

Character Real name Home world Membership notes Powers
Night Girl Lydda Jath Kathoon Pre-Crisis version first appeared in Adventure Comics #306 (March 1963).
Legion membership first mentioned by Starman in Justice Society of America vol. 3, #6 (July 2007) and confirmed in Action Comics #860 (February 2008).
Super-strength when not in direct sunlight.
Chameleon Girl Yera Allon Durla Pre-Crisis version first appeared (impersonating Shrinking Violet) in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #286 (April 1982).
True form and identity revealed in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #305 (November 1983).
Legion membership first revealed in Action Comics #861 (March 2008).
Shapeshifting.
Karate Kid II Myg Lythyl Joined as a replacement for Val Armorr, as revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #1 (October 2008), unlike his counterpart who did not join the original team prior to Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Killed by Radiation Roy in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #3 (April 2009).
Mastery of all known martial arts.
Green Lantern Rond Vidar Earth Pre-Crisis version first appeared in Adventure Comics #349 (October 1966); granted honorary membership in Adventure Comics #360 (September 1967).
Last remaining member of the Green Lantern Corps, as revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #2 (November 2008).
Killed in the same issue by Superboy-Prime.
Possesses a Green Lantern power ring.
XS Jenni Ognats Aarok First appeared in Legionnaires #0 (October 1994); granddaughter of Barry Allen and first cousin of Bart Allen.
Native of the same universe as the post-Infinite Crisis team, as revealed in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #3 (April 2009).
Joined the Earth-247 team in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #62 (November 1994).
Joined the post-Infinite Crisis team in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009).
Post-Flashpoint no longer listed as a member of the Legion.
Superspeed.
Gates Ti'julk Mr'asz Vyrga First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #66 (March 1995).
Joined the Earth-247 team in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #76 (January 1996).
Joined the post-Infinite Crisis team in Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 (September 2009).
Creation of teleportation "gates".
Earth-Man Kirt Niedrigh Earth Pre-Crisis version first appeared (as "Absorbency Boy") in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #218 (July 1976).
Joined in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #2 (August 2010).
Died battling the Adversary in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #16 (October 2011).
Super-power absorption and duplication.
Comet Queen Grava Extal Colony Pre-Crisis version first appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 2, #304 (October 1983) as a student at the Legion Academy.
Joined between Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #16 (October 2011) and Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #1 (November 2011).
Space flight, comet gas extrusion.
Chemical Kid Hadru Jamik Phlon First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #6 (December 2010) as a student at the Legion Academy.
Joined between Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #16 (October 2011) and Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #1 (November 2011).
Catalyze chemical reactions.
Glorith II Glorith Unknown First appeared in Adventure Comics #523 (April 2011) as a student at the Legion Academy.
Joined between Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #16 (October 2011) and Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #1 (November 2011).
Manipulation of mystical energies.
Dragonwing Marya Pai Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #6 (December 2010) as a student at the Legion Academy.
Joined between Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #16 (October 2011) and Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #1 (November 2011).
Fire breath and acid absorption.
Harmonia Harmonia Li Earth First appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #1 (July 2010).
Joined between Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #16 (October 2011) and Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 7, #1 (November 2011).
Elemental.

Note: Pre-Crisis reservist Kid Psycho has not yet been confirmed as a member of this version of the team, although a panel in the 'Leadership' backup story in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 6, #6 (December 2010), showed a statue resembling him in the Hall of Heroes, indicating that his fate may be drastically different from originally portrayed.

Pete Ross, Lana Lang, and Jimmy Olsen are neither reservists nor honorary members.

Related characters[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Circe is not to be confused with the sorceress Circe, who was a major adversary of Wonder Woman in the 20th and 21st centuries.
  2. ^ Although initially believed to be a Khund, Flederweb's actual species and homeworld were never revealed.
  3. ^ The Legion first battled Universo in Adventure Comics #349 (October 1966). In the following issue, Star Boy and Dream Girl rejoined the team under the aliases "Sir Prize" and "Miss Terious", but the two are not included in Batch SW6.
  4. ^ The Time Trapper's role in creating Batch SW6 was revealed in Valor #23 (September 1994).
  5. ^ Inferno's Legion membership status is debatable, as she was a Workforce member accidentally stranded in the 20th century with a group of Legionnaires in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #84-85 (September–October 1996). She leaves the group in Legion of Super-Heroes vol. 4, #96 (September 1997), and does not accompany them when they return to the 30th century four issues later.