Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Legion TV schedule Jan./Feb. 2007

Finally! New episodes the entire month of February. Via Comics Continuum, here are the airdates and episodes for the Legion show for the rest of January and all of February. All episodes are supposed to air at 10:00 a.m. local time on The CW Network.

Jan. 20 - episode 4 "Fear Factory" (3rd airing)
Jan. 27 - episode 6 "Phantoms (3rd airing)
Feb. 03 - episode 9 new, "Brain Drain"
Feb. 10 - episode 8 new, "Lightning Storm"
Feb. 17 - episode 10 new, "The Substitutes"
Feb. 24 - episode 7 new, "Child's Play"

Notice that we haven't had back-to-back episodes in order since 1-2-3. On the other hand, we'll have ten episodes to endlessly replay until the final batch of three new episodes - hopefully we won't have to wait for May sweeps for that.

Episode 9: "BRAIN DRAIN"
A major malfunction sends Brainiac 5's genius IQ plummeting. To obtain the rare element needed to save him, Superman and Timber Wolf must travel to the most inhospitable planet in the galaxy -- and thanks to a transporter accident, they have only Brainy's head to guide them.

Much to the Legion's disappointment, Lighting Lad accepts an invitation to join an older, "cooler" team. Once there, however, Lightning Lad realizes these new heroes aren't exactly what they seem. Now, caught between the Legion and his new friends, Lighting Lad must decide once and for all where his loyalties lie.

This is the Legion of Super-Villains episode.

It's that time of year again -- Legion Auditions! This year's crop is hardly promising, with most hopefuls turning out to be comic duds. But when the Legion is overwhelmed fighting a mysterious foe in Earth's upper atmosphere, a group of rejects takes it upon themselves to save the world below... with outrageous results.

The Legion of Substitute Heroes! Legion rejects! Please have Arm-Fall-Off Boy.... I expect we'll see Ferro Lad join in this episode.

Episode 7: "CHILD'S PLAY"
A young sorcerer arrives on Earth and causes a heap of trouble. In an effort to send him home, Superman learns of his vulnerability to magic, while Phantom Girl puts her diplomatic skills to the test as she travels to the sorcerer's secretive world to ask for help.

A "young sorcerer" could theoretically be Mordru.

Previously: schedules for Sept./Oct. 2006, Nov. 2006, early Dec. 2006, late Dec. 2006/Jan. 2007

1 comment:

Vincent J. Murphy said...

Hmm, a month of non-repeats. That probably means 3-4 months of repeats afterwards.