The series will end as of #16.
Source: DC Comics
DC has finally put down its shotgun after putting a fourth title out of its misery. Legion Lost will be ending after Issue #16, a full ten issues after the series should have been cancelled. The series originally focused on a group of Legionaires travelling in the past to stop a dangerous terrorist in the present day. It then got caught up in an awful crossover with Teen Titans and then putz around without any direction like a retiree lost in a Wal-Mart. According to our Legion Analyst, the series failed as it didn't invest enough time establishing its tie to the proto-NuLegion, the sixteenth reboot of the franchise beloved by fifteen fans in Alaska.
This is the fourth series cancelled by DC, the other three being Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Blue Beetle, and Grifter. Unless DC decides that it will finally shrink its line of comics to a level its talent can support, expect to hear about two new series in the next month or so.
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