Legion of Superheroes: Millennium #1 Preview Reveals We Still Haven’t Fixed Healthcare System in 1000 Years

DC Comics has released a lettered preview of Legion of Superheroes: Millennium #1, featuring the Jim Lee artwork that was released unlettered last week, according to Entertainment Weekly, as an answer to rainforest fires and Jeffrey Eppstein (then, after we pointed it out, a Hollywood Reporter writer tried to call out our headline, presumably as an attempt to distract from that outlet’s review demanding more sexiness from the Dora the Explorer movie. You can’t make this stuff up, folks.).

Now, with the words of “The Great One” Brian Bendis added, we have more context to the images, as we find Rose complaining to President Supergirl that future healthcare organizations have discontinued the medicine that keeps her violent alter-ego, Thorne, at bay.

Looks like Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren aren’t winning the election next year after all. :(

Check out the preview below, and pick up Legion of Superheroes: Millennium #1 tomorrow.

LEGION OF SUPER HEROES MILLENNIUM #1 (OF 2)
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(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A) Jim Lee, Dustin Nguyen, Andrea Sorrentino, Andre Araujo, Others (CA) Ryan Sook
Brought to you by some of comics’ greatest talents, this epic story spans the course of 1,000 years and, for the very first time, connects all of DC’s future timelines! Starring the unlikeliest of DC heroes as she learns to cope with newfound immortality and roams through the disparate societies of Batman Beyond, Kamandi and Tommy Tomorrow, wrestling with her own inner demons and desperately trying to find her purpose in an ever-changing world. Do not miss this truly unique take on tomorrow’s DC Universe, all leading up to a special launch on the millennium!
In Shops: Sep 04, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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