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Is Josh Brolin the right choice to play Cable in Deadpool 2? When will New Mutants start production? Do you want to read a popular manga featuring Marvel zombies? Who does Supergirl star Katie McGrath, aka Lena Luthor, want to see playing Lex Luthor? Can Deadpool grow back a certain, personal part of his anatomy? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits . Read More »

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The first season of FX’s Legion ended with a bang this week, delivering yet another stunning hour of television. And since it concluded with a number of cliffhangers, it’s a good thing that the series has already been renewed for a second season. The story of the troubled psychic time bomb David Haller will continue.

Since you have questions about the finale (and yes, you surely do), know that creator and showrunner Noah Hawley has addressed some of them already. Specifically, he talked about that post-credits scene, if we’ll ever meet David’s father, and where season 2 will take us.

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FX’s Legion may be an X-Men property, but it’s only very loosely based on the comic. That’s worked out to its benefit, as the show has been able to do some utterly insane things with its storyline, some of which have never been attempted on TV before. This is a comic property that for the most part doesn’t feel like one, and for that it’s stronger.

But that’s not to say there aren’t some wonderful places it could go. Armed with a Marvel Unlimited subscription that allows access to nearly every David Haller story ever published, I took a look to get some ideas of where the story can go in the second season now that origin story is out of the way. While it’s hard to imagine Legion adapting any of these stories literally, it could take inspiration from them in some capacity. After all, the show’s arch-villain is drawn straight from the X-Men comics.

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legion season finale review

Well, the first season of Legion is over and it’s a good thing we already know a second one is on the way because it left us with one hell of a cliffhanger. However, “Chapter 8” built to that cliffhanger in the most satisfying way possible, delivering gonzo action and wild character beats while also exploring its themes with humor and style. Let’s take a closer look.

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How did Marvel Comics influence the life of The Black Keys‘ musician Pat Carney? What high praise does James Gunn have for the Thor: Ragnarok trailer? Want to see a trailer for The Avengers cut in the style of the most recent Justice League trailer? Would Jessica Chastain be interested in playing Poison Ivy? Who did that cover of “Come Together” for the Justice League trailer? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

legion episode 7 review

After last week’s disappointing episode, Legion is back on track in a big way. “Chapter 7” finds FX’s X-Men series topping itself once again – this is one of the most clever, frightening, bizarre, and funny hours of television we can hope to see all year.

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legion episode 6 review

After last week’s barnburner of an episode, it was probably necessary for Legion to tap the brakes with “Chapter 6.” But did FX’s X-Men series tap the brakes just a little too much? Let’s dive right in.

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‘Legion’ Season 2 Ordered By FX

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Only five episodes into season one and FX has already decided to renew showrunner Noah Hawley‘s (Fargo) adaptation of Legion. The psychedelic comic book series is a breath of fresh air. Hawley’s show isn’t following any blatant formulas, and it goes in some unexpected, strange directions and continues to surprise fans.

Below, learn more about Legion season 2.

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Well, that was something else.

“Chapter 5” is easily the best episode of Legion since the pilot and very possibly the best episode of FX’s X-Men series so far. It feels like the past four episodes, with their myriad of horrors and mysteries, have all been leading to this. So let’s just dive right in.

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With “Chapter 4,” Legion has reached the halfway point of its first season and delivered its best episode since the pilot. After two episodes of intentional slow burn and uneasy horrors, FX’s offbeat X-Men series has reached full nightmarish boil. Let’s talk about it.

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