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BACKSTAGE - LOGLINES

Continue below to view the loglines for the first and second seasons of Legion of Super Heroes. Different loglines were created for both seasons, provided by Warner Bros. Animation, to provide an overview for each season and highlight the differences in direction between both. The loglines are available below.

Season One Synopsis:
In the year of Superman Returns at Warner Bros., Kids' WB! is proud to present a new series developed especially for the "Too Big For Your TV" block by Warner Bros. Animation, inspired by the DC Comics legend. One thousand years from now, a group of teenage super heroes travel back in time to recruit the greatest hero of all, Superman, and enlist him their fight against evil in the 31st Century. While their intentions were good, their time travel skills were not, and Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl, Brainiac 5, Phantom Girl, Bouncing Boy and Timber Wolf end up going too far back into the past, accidentally retrieving the young Superboy instead. Together, this unlikely Legion of Super Heroes bands together to defend the rights of all free worlds and uphold the laws of the newly formed United Planets. That is, if they don't kill each other first. Legion of Super Heroes combines humor with high-stakes, grand-scale super heroics to create the ultimate sci-fi, super hero fantasy for kids of all ages. Each episode of this fast-paced, character-driven action comedy will pit Superboy and the Legion against otherworldly threats and adversaries who challenge the team on both super heroic and emotional levels. The series is executive produced by Sander Schwartz, and produced by Linda Steiner and James Tucker for Warner Bros. Animation.

Season Two Synopsis:
"The second season of Legion of Super Heroes finds the group fulfilling their collective destiny, each member elevating his skills to new levels... just in time to face even greater challenges. A incomprehensibly undefeatable nemesis — Imperiex, the destroyer of galaxies from the rich annals of DC Comics — puts the Legion into action alongside new team members. Superman returns from the 21st century with greater development of both his physical prowess and far better utilization of his powers to help the Legion toward victory in the 31st century and beyond. Moreover, the Legion finds a surprising, new ally from across the space-time continuum — a 41st century Superman, cloned from the original Superman with alien DNA added to the mix for new, enhanced powers — to assist in its efforts to rid the universe of this powerful foe. Along the way, the Legion of Super Heroes — including new members like Chameleon Boy — provides the perfect complement of heroics and comedy to the efforts of the Supermen. James Tucker returns for this second season as producer of Legion of Super Heroes, and is joined by associate producer Amy McKenna and story editor Michael Jelenic.


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