Last month I asked (but never answered) this: Not counting Superboy or Supergirl non-Legion stories, when has the Legion (or individual Legionnaires) met and/or fought...
1. Giant robots?
5. Space pirates?
This is mostly a compilation of your answers. Sometimes I come up with a question and crowd-source the answers, and once in a while I will have thought of something you didn't (but it's mostly you coming up with ones I hadn't thought of).
- The Supergirl/Legion robot revolution storyline
- Adventure #319 on Throon Gim got clobbered.
- In Action 389, "The Mystery Legionnaire"
- Wildfire got eaten by the giant agriculture robot on Manna-5
- During the Mordru/Glorith storyline in v4 #47 when he raised the dead
- I hadn't thought of it, but Soljer was basically a zombie
- I consider Darkseid's Servants of Darkness to be evil clones rather than zombies.
- Karate Kid was never explicitly stated to be a ninja, but he did appear to have all the skills required.
- Similarly, Karate Kid's Sensei and the Black Dragons could be considered ninjas.
- What about some of the guys from Lythyl?
- The War Between Krypton and Earth
- Crisis on Infinite Earths
- Adventure 380, Superboy is apparently eaten by a giant robot dinosaur with Kryptonite teeth (yes, bonus points for a Giant Robot Dinosaur)
- During the first fight with the Infinite Man
- Adventure 360, a flashback to the Legion of Super-Pets vs Ghost Space Pirates (which should also get bonus points for combining genres)
- On the cover of Amazing World of DC Comics #9 (art by Dave Cockrum)
- Captain Frake, during the Ultra Boy/Reflecto story
- Sklarian Raiders
- Starburst Bandits
- Resources Raiders
- Command Kid was from the pirate world of New Tortuga
- Khunds (including Kharlak, Bloodclaw, and Firemist)
- Vic "Cyborg" Stone of the Teen Titans
- Lightning Lad with his robot arm
- Shrinking Violet with her robot leg
- Validus, from the animated Justice League episode "Far from Home" (I don't remember if he's been shown to have robotic parts elsewhere)
- I don't consider Wildfire or Quislet to be cyborgs since neither was an amalgam of human and robot parts. Wildfire was energy in a suit, Quislet was energy in a space ship.
- Vrykos, Mordru's henchman in v4. He was supposed to have been a real vampire but I don't think we really saw much of him.
- Haven't we seen "energy-vampires" before?