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THE UNIVERSO PROJECT
Part 1: Brainiac 5, Chameleon Boy, Dream Girl, and Saturn Girl wake up to find themselves prisoners on an unknown planet along with other heroes, including Energax (Hisshkul of Chisshagh), Gas Girl, Mibel, Silver Sword (Trebia Rijleigh of Buenapar), Xera (Xera Kharindot of Manna-5), and a Green Lantern from Xudar. Meanwhile, Universo seizes control of Earth and disbands the Legion. Legion v.3 #32 (Mar. 1987)
Part 2: The Legionnaires free their fellow prisoners, including Atmos (first actual appearance), from Universo's control and stage an escape. Ambassador Relnic, also under Universo's control, tries to provoke a war between the U.P. and the Dominion. Legion v.3 #33 (Apr. 1987)
Part 3: Brainiac 5, Chameleon Boy, Dream Girl, and Saturn Girl return to Earth and discover Universo's plot. Valor, Ultra Boy, and Blok are returned to Earth from Dominion space. Legion v.3 #34 (May 1987)
Mar 26 Part 4: The four Legion escapes are forced to fight their comrades, all of whom are under Universo's domination. Saturn Girl singlehandedly defeats Universo, breaking his hypnotic control. She rejoins the Legion. Legion v.3 #35 (June 1987)
Apr 21 Saturn Girl reveals that Universo planned to attack Oa with a super-powered army. Element Lad resigns as leader; Polar Boy is elected in his place. Brainiac 5 mourns the apparent death of Rond Vidar, while Quislet teaches Wildfire how to contain his energy without his suit. First appearance of Metropolis Tonight holo-vid reporter Marella Tao. Legion v.3 #36 (July 1987)
Jul 4 Superboy appears in the 30th century and meets the Legionnaires, who have never seen him before — their history has no record that Superman ever was Superboy. Superboy is admitted to the Legion. Notes: These events were never depicted in an actual story. They were shown briefly in flashback in Adventures of Superman #478 and described in the 2995 Sourcebook. (Adventures of Superman #478, 5.91)
THE POCKET UNIVERSE SAGA
The Legion attempts to break through the Iron Curtain of Time to confront the Time Trapper. They instead meet Superboy, who invites them back to his own time, where he ambushes them. NOTES: The story continues in Superman's time in Superman v.2 #8 (Aug. 1987) and in Superboy's time in Action Comics #591 (Aug. 1987). Legion v.3 #37 (Aug. 1987)
Blok, Brainiac 5, Invisible Kid, and Sun Boy escape Superboy's time and try to return to the 30th century for reinforcements, but are instead diverted to the real universe in Superman's time. Superman v.2 #8 (Aug. 1987)
The Legionnaires and the real Superman appear in Smallville, where Superman clashes with Superboy and Krypto. Superboy confesses that he is being blackmailed by the Time Trapper. NOTES: This story first revealed how the Trapper created the Pocket Universe. Action #591 (Aug. 1987)
Jul 20 Superboy and the Legionnaires confront the Time Trapper. Superboy sacrifices himself to save the Pocket Universe; he dies in Valor's arms after returning with the Legion to the 30th century. He is buried on Earth, his funeral attended by billions. Notes: This is the Legion's first encounter with the Time Trapper. They believe him to be Glorith in disguise. Saturn Girl describes these events in Adventures of Superman #476 (May 1991). Legion v.3 #38 (Sept. 1987)
Gigi Cusimano is promoted to chief of the Science Police's Mars detachment and recalls her Academy days with Gim Allon (Colossal Boy). Legion v.3 #39 (Oct. 1987)
Cosmic Boy organizes a new Legion of Substitute Heroes, including Bouncing Boy, Comet Queen, Duo Damsel, Myg (now Karate Kid II), and Night Girl. They thwart a Dominion plot to destroy Weber's World. First appearance of Visi-Lad (Rhent Ustin of Earth), the Westerner (Timthy Santoza of Earth), and other unnamed Academy students. Legion v.3 Annual #3 (1987)
Legion headquarters is attacked by Starfinger II. Legion v.3 #40 (Nov. 1987)
The Legion clashes with Starfinger II and his super-powered minions, Starlight and Starbright. Colossal Boy is wounded. Legion v.3 #41 (Dec. 1987)
Millennium: Laurel Kent reveals herself to be a Manhunter android, intent on destroying the Chosen selected in the 20th century as the next step in mankind's evolution. Legion v.3 #42 (Jan. 1988)
Millennium: Laurel Kent self-destructs after learning that there is no longer any trace of the Chosen on Earth. Chameleon Boy disguises himself as Rimborian Mo Seh and sets out to infiltrate Starfinger's organization. Atmos tries to join the Legion. Legion v.3 #43 (Feb. 1988)
Oct 27 Sussa Paka (Spider Girl) is released from Labyrinth. *
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Jan 1 Glorith wipes out the entire population of the planet Daxam to ensure that no one else will enslave its inhabitants as Darkseid did. Laurel Gand, Valor, and Dev-Em are among the few surviving Daxamites. NOTES: Glorith refers to a recent Dominion plot to mind-control the inhabitants of Daxam; that plot was not mentioned in any other story. (Legion v.4 Annual #1, 1990)
Atmos demonstrates his powers for the Legion. Wildfire and Quislet visit Quislet's native dimension, Teall. Wildfire learns how Quislet came to Earth and discovers that Quislet is now a wanted criminal in Teall, both for the theft of the exploration ship and for displaying a socially unacceptable degree of individuality. They manage to escape back to Earth. Meanwhile, on Ventura, the Luck Lords monitor the Ranzz family. NOTES: Bogus Luck Lords appeared in Adventure Comics #343 (Apr. 1966). This was the first appearance of the genuine article. Legion v.3 #44 (Mar. 1988)
The Luck Lords review the ill-starred life of Garth Ranzz and manipulate Lightning Lord into trying to kill him. The Legionnaires review Atmos's application for membership, and Brainiac 5 works on a mysterious project. Legion v.3 #45 (Apr. 1988)
Still disguised as Mo Seh, Chameleon Boy joins Starfinger's gang. Atmos is rejected by the Legion. Brainiac 5, Duo Damsel, Laurel Gand, Saturn Girl, and Valor conspire against Glorith to avenge the destruction of Daxam. Legion v.3 #46 (May 1988)
On Rimbor, Chameleon Boy gets closer to Starfinger. Tellus warns Magnetic Kid and Sensor Girl of the conspiracy within the Legion. Sensor Girl confronts Brainiac 5 about it. Legion v.3 #47 (June 1988)
The Wanderers are murdered by the deranged wife of the Controller Clonus and her mutated clone children. (Wanderers #5, 10 1988)
The Controller Clonus discovers the dead bodies of the Wanderers. He creates clones of all of them except Celebrand, each possessing the memories of the originals, but with upgraded powers. Some of them adopt new identities: Dartalg becomes Dartalon, Elvo becomes Elvar, Immorto becomes Re-Animage and Ornitho becomes Aviax. Re-Animage becomes the group's new leader. Wanderers #1 (June 1988)
Chameleon Boy discovers Colossal Boy trying to infiltrate Starfinger's lair. On Earth, Brainiac 5 nearly destroys Legion HQ when he tries to power his experiment with a piece of white dwarf star matter. Legion v.3 #48 (July 1988)
Starfinger attempts to destroy the Legionnaires through their flight rings. He discovers Chameleon Boy and Colossal Boy in his headquarters. Sensor Girl, who recognizes the goal of the Legion conspiracy, discovers that Rond Vidar is still alive. Rond joins the conspiracy against Glorith. Legion v.3 #49 (Aug. 1988)
Lightning Lass, Wildfire, and the White Witch meet the new Wanderers. Wanderers #3 (Aug. 1988)
Feb 4 Brainiac 5, Rond Vidar, and the White Witch manage to separate the Infinite Man from Jaxon Rugarth and banish the Infinite Man into the time stream, although Rugarth remains unresponsive and apparently brain-dead. The Witch resigns from the Legion due to the growing atmosphere of mistrust created by the conspiracy against Glorith. NOTES: These events recounted briefly in the 2995 Sourcebook and alluded to in Legion v.4 #60 (Aug. 1994), when Brainiac 5 and Rond Vidar refer to the Infinite Man as having been lost in time. Legion v.3 #50 (Sept. 1988)
Feb 6 Brainiac 5, Duo Damsel, Laurel Gand, Saturn Girl, Valor, and Rond Vidar confront Glorith after the destruction of Daxam. Duo Damsel's second body is reduced to protoplasm and Valor is wounded, but Glorith is forced to retreat. Glorith learns that Ultra Boy manipulated her into her earlier battle with Mordru and vows revenge. NOTES: The Glorith-reality version of these events is shown in flashback in Legion v.4 Annual #1. Legion v.3 #50 (Sept. 1988), (Legion v.4 Annual #1, 1990)
The Wanderers solve the mystery of their own murders. They are deputized as agents of the United Planets. Wanderers #5 (Oct. 1988)
Feb 12 Brainiac 5 discovers that the personality of Eltro Gand still exists within Valor's mind, causing much of Valor's recent erractic behavior. Valor regains control of his own mind, greatly improving his morale and health. NOTES: Eltro's mind was overlaid on his cousin's when he sacrificed himself to "resurrect" Lar in Action Comics #384 (Jan. 1970). (Legion v.4 #6, 4.90)
Feb 15 Brainiac 5 is tried for insubordination for his attack on Glorith. He resigns in disgust after secretly imbuing Luornu with force field powers. His relationship with Laurel Gand comes to a messy end when she refuses to return to Colu with him. Before returning to Colu, he creates a new humanoid body for Computo (which looks unnervingly like a miniature Validus) and gives Luornu Durgo his force field belt. Meanwhile, Shadow Lass departs for Daxam in search of medical help for Mon-El, Grev Mallor leaves the Legion Academy to return to Talok VII, Lightning Lass and Magnetic Kid capture a renegade Khund called Garak of the Glow, and Phantom Girl (sporting a new costume) organizes a group to search for the still-missing Chameleon Boy. Legion v.3 #51 (Oct. 1988)
Feb 29 Shadow Lass marries Valor, who has fully recovered from his injuries. NOTES: These events take place contemporaneously with the first story in Legion v.3 Annual #4. Legion v.3 #52 (Nov. 1988)
Phantom Girl, Dawnstar, Invisible Kid, and Shrinking Violet search for Chameleon Boy, unaware that he and Colossal Boy have been captured by Starfinger II. After deliberately re-injuring Colossal Boy's wounded leg, Starfinger reveals that he is really Char Burrane, a petty criminal Gim Allon and Gigi Cusimano had arrested as Science Police cadets. Burrane explains how he discovered the ring and the hidden world within it and murdered the previous Starfinger. His operation is subsequently destroyed and Cham and Colossal Boy rescued by the Legionnaires and the Science Police, but Starfinger escapes by disappearing into his ring, which is impounded by the Science Police. Meanwhile, Dream Girl takes a leave of absence to go to Xanthu with Atmos, with whom she has become inexplicably infatuated. NOTES: Gim and Gigi's arrest of Char Burrane was recounted in the flashback story in Legion v.3 #39 (Oct. 1987). The origins of Starfinger's ring were never revealed; Starlight and Starbright, Starfinger's two female servants, were apparently djinn-like beings existing within the ring. Legion v.3 Annual #4 (1988)
The Legion prevents Hwyndyr from reshaping the planet Braal. Shadow Lass and Valor are attacked by Khunds. Garak of the Glow is transported to Labyrinth. Legion v.3 #53 (Dec. 1988)
Polar Boy distributes new uniforms. The Legionnaires are dispatched to Labyrinth to stop a mass prison break engineered by Garak of the Glow, but while they recapture escaped members of the Legion of Super-Villains, Garak manages to escape with the Emerald Empress. Legion v.3 #54 (Winter 1988)
On Zerox, the White Witch declines the Teachers' request to carry a message to Earth, sending Sarvisa and his familiar instead. She agrees to train Harlak, a young Khundish apprentice. On Colu, Brainiac 5 learns that the government will not permit him to continue his experiments with time travel while on Xanthu, Dream Girl finds herself more and more captivated by Atmos. Meanwhile, as Blok finds his body changing in unexplained ways, he is captured by his new friend, who is actually a servant of the Inquisitor. NOTES: Coluans' average lifespan is said to be 600 years. The "house" of Brainiac is said to be a noble lineage on Colu. Legion v.3 #55 (Holiday 1988)
As the Legion pursues the Emerald Empress on Manna-8. Dawnstar and Wildfire attempt a physical relationship, but find that Dawnstar still cannot touch Wildfire's new energy body without suffering burns. Legion v.3 #56 (Jan. 1989)
The Inquisitor is slain by the Emerald Empress for his failure to help her become immortal and free herself from the Emerald Eye. She continues her quest on Earth, where she attacks the Pan-African University and clashes with Invisible Kid II. In Metropolis, Sarvisa leaves an urgent message with Antonio Stefanacci of the Museum of Mystic Arts, as Wildfire and Dawnstar decide to once again go their separate ways. Legion v.3 #57 (Feb. 1989)
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Jan 1 Despite his still-injured Leg, Colossal Boy returns to active status as the Emerald Empress battles the Legion to a standstill on Earth and Trom. Quislet manages to stymie her by possessing the Emerald Eye, but she retaliates by destroying Quislet's ship, forcing Quislet to return permanently to Teall. The Empress confronts Sensor Girl and begs for her to free her from the Emerald Eye. Sensor Girl blinds the Eye to Sarya's existence and the Empress immediately dies, apparently of extreme old age. NOTES: Quislet's ultimate fate was never established. Since Quislet was a wanted criminal in its home dimension (as established in issue #44), Wildfire feared, perhaps rightly, that Quislet would be executed by its people after returning home. Legion v.3 #58 (Mar. 1989)
Jan Medical student Richard Kent Shakespeare (Impulse) is exposed to a mutated virus, causing him to develop superhuman strength, speed, and endurance. He is treated by Brainiac 5 on Colu. (Who's Who #8, 4.91)
Feb 17 Mekt Ranzz begins his rehabilitation on Labyrinth. (Legion v.4 #10, 8.90)
The Wanderers create a clone of Celebrand, but vanish into a mysterious space-warp before the clone matures. They are never seen again. Wanderers #13 (Apr. 1989)
Sensor Girl is elected leader; Timber Wolf becomes deputy. Sensor Girl recalls an old adventure of the late Chemical King and the original Invisible Kid. Legion v.3 #59 (Apr. 1989)
THE MAGIC WARS
Part 1: Gigi Cusimano becomes the new chief of Science Police Earth and Wildfire finds that with Quislet gone, he is no longer able to maintain his energy body. As the Archmage stirs deep within Zerox, bizarre events occur across the galaxy, including the appearance of previously mythical creatures, and Antonio Stefanacci discovers that he now possesses real magic powers. Sarvisa's familiar delivers the Teachers' warning to Sensor Girl, confirming what she has already realized: Science is failing in favor of magic. NOTES: "Archmage" is hyphenated in the 2995 Sourcebook and several other references, but is spelled as one word in the original story. Legion v.3 #60 (May 1989)
Part 2: Widespread rioting breaks out on Earth and elsewhere as technology begins to fail. In Legion headquarters, Computo's new body explodes. At Sensor Girl's direction, Sarvisa and Antonio Stefanacci use their magic to temporarily stabilize the laws of science on Earth. Sensor Girl attempts to commune with the spirits of the dead (including the ghosts of Val Armorr, Lyle Norg, Andrew Nolan, and Condo Arlik), but the Emerald Eye destroys her Orakill ability in retaliation for her having assisted Sarya's suicide. On Zerox, the Archmage emerges from its imprisonment. Legion v.3 #61 (June 1989)
Jun 20 Part 3: Weber's World is evacuated as its systems fail. Ambassador Relnic warns that without its administrative center, the United Planets may not remain united much longer. On Colu, whose technology has almost completely collapsed, Brainiac 5 reclaims his flight ring and calls for help. The Legion travels to Zerox in search of answers and find the Sorcerers' World surrounded by a mystic barrier that can only be broken at the cost of a human life. Magnetic Kid sacrifices himself to break the barrier, unleashing the Archmage. Legion v.3 #62 (July 1989)
Jun 23 Part 4: On Xanthu, Dream Girl realizes that Atmos has been exerting some unnatural mental influence on her and that her infatuation with him was not of her own will. She knocks him senseless and returns with Star Boy to the Legion. The Legionnaires, also rejoined by Brainiac 5, arrive on the surface of Zerox, which the Teachers are evacuating, leaving only Harlak and the White Witch. With Blok's help, the Witch contacts the spirit of Amethyst, who is now the soul of Zerox, and then allows the Archmage to destroy the planet — thereby causing himself and his magic to cease to exist. Sensor Girl commits the Legion to fixing the galactic upheavals the Archmage has caused. NOTES: It was never established if Atmos was intentionally manipulating Dream Girl's mind; there was no indication in his previous or subsequent appearances that he possessed any sort of mental powers. Since he was later allowed to join the Legion, it's possible that his power to influence the wills of others was a subconscious ability of which he was unaware. (If so, one hopes he was appropriately repentant!) The Gemworld and Amethyst first appeared in the Amethyst preview in Legion v.2 #298 (Apr. 1983); the fact that the Gemworld later became Zerox was first established in Amethyst v.3 #1-4 (Nov. 1987-Feb. 1988). This was the final issue of Legion of Super-Heroes v.3. The letter column announces that the new series, debuting three months later, will be set five years after the current story. Legion v.3 #63 (Aug. 1989)
KEITH GIFFEN/TOM & MARY BIERBAUM ERA
The Five Year Gap
Shadow Lass and Valor leave U.P. space to explore the frontier. (Legion v.4 #6, 4.90)
Oct The economy of the United Planets collapses. The Khundian empire begins expanding, encroaching on the U.P.'s borders. (Legion v.4 #1, 11.89)
  Earth's polymer shield is dismantled. (Legion v.4 #30, 6.92)
Nov 2 Tayla Wellington is elected President of Earth. (Legion v.4 #30, 6.92)
Nov 19 King Jonn of Pasnic becomes High Commander of the United Planets Militia. Somi Gan (Life Lass) also joins the militia, eventually rising to the rank of colonel. (Legion v.4 #8, 6.90)
Dec 14 Star Boy ends his relationship with Dream Girl. *
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Jan 9 Laurel Gand resigns from the Legion to fight the Khunds alongside Rond Vidar. Who's Who #2 (Sept. 1990)
Jan 19 Earthgov signs a "mutual assistance" pact with the Dominion. (Legion v.4 #30, 6.92)
Feb 26 Saturn Girl resigns from the Legion and returns to Winath. Brainiac 5 discovers that Garth and Imra Ranzz's son Garridan (Validus) is the carrier of the deadly Winathococcus Validus, the "Validus plague." Garth is crippled by the disease and Garridan is quarantined. Brainy dedicates himself to finding a cure. (Legion v.4 #3, 1.90)
Mar 17 Nightwind (Berta Skye Haris) joins the Legion. *
Apr 12 Chameleon Boy resigns to become Chairman of Brande Enterprises, with Marla Latham as President. (Legion v.4 #1, 11.89)
Apr 13 President of Earth Tayla Wellington issues a memo to Earth's Global Council recommending that Earthgov cut off funding to the Legion and begin surveillance and harrassment of the Legionnaires. (Legion v.4 #1, 11.89)
Apr 14 Impulse (Kent Shakespeare) joins the Legion. NOTES: Kent's Legion membership was first mentioned in Legion v.4 #12 (Oct. 1990). *
Jun 7 The Legion Academy closes. *
Jul 6 Chuck and Luornu Taine become Instructor Generals of the U.P. Militia Academy. (Legion v.4 #15) (Feb. 1991)
Jul 24 Earth formally secedes from the United Planets. The U.P. Council and the Science Police are relocated to Weber's World. Chief Kimball Zendak becomes Science Police Commissioner; Gigi Cusimano is promoted to Chief. (Legion v.4 #13, 11.90)
Sept 23 For the first time in history, Earth is indicted as a human rights violator by the Human Rights Institute. *
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Feb 10 Atmos and Karate Kid II (Myg) join the Legion. NOTES: Myg was first mentioned as a Legionnaire in Legion v.4 #40 (Feb. 1993). *
Mar 20 Sensor Girl resigns from the Legion, leaving Timber Wolf as acting leader. *
Mar 25 Projectra reclaims her crown as queen of Orando. She orders Orando returned to its original orbit in Earth's dimension. (Legion v.4 #15, 2.91)
Mar 30 Tinya Wazzo and Jo Nah announce their engagement, with the wedding scheduled for June 9 on Deltwan. (Legion v.4 #2, 12.89)
Apr 12 Glorith sends Tinya Wazzo's cousin, Enya Wazzo, to the 20th century, where she becomes Phase. Tinya is transported to September 1, 2995 by the Time Trapper, where she is reunited with Jo Nah and her SW6 counterpart. NOTES: Originally, Phase was explicitly identified in Who's Who #7 (Feb. 1991) and elsewhere as Tinya Wazzo. L.E.G.I.O.N. #70 (Sept. 1994) showed Phase to be Enya Wazzo so that Phase could continue to appear with the L.E.G.I.O.N. after the reboot (which was also scrapped). The Durlan's next chronological appearance is in Legion v.4 # #8 (June 1990). Tinya's next chronological appearance is Legion v.4 # #61 (Sept. 1994). (Legion v.4 #2, 11.89), (L.E.G.I.O.N. #9, 12.89)
Apr 19 Atmos resigns from the Legion. *
May 8 Tinya Wazzo is declared dead by the Science Police after no trace of her can be found folloiwng her disappearance. Grief-stricken, Jo Nah resigns from the Legion. (Legion v.4 #2, 12.89)
May 26 Mekt Ranzz (Lightning Lord) is released from Labyrinth to continue his therapy on an outpatient basis. He joins Garth and Imra Ranzz, his brother and sister-in-law, at their farm on Winath. (Legion v.4 #3) (Jan. 1990)
May 28 Crystal Kid (Bobb Kohan), Echo (Myke-4 Astor), and Rimborian champion Reflecto (Stig Ah) join the Legion. NOTES: Crystal Kid and Echo's membership was first mentioned in Legion v.4 #28 (Apr. 1992), Reflecto's in #44 (May 1993). *
Jun 12 Braal declares war on Imsk. Shrinking Violet resigns to join the Imskian army, becoming a field commander. (Legion v.4 #1, 11.89)
Jun 24 Rokk Krinn marries Lydda Jath (Night Girl) on the eve of his induction into the Braalian army. NOTES: Rokk and Lydda's marriage and Rokk's military service were first revealed in Legion v.4 #1 (Nov. 1989). *
Jul 5 Sun Boy becomes acting Legion leader. (Legion v.4 #28, 4.92)
Jul 7 Reflecto dies fighting the Molecule Master. Notes: The death of Reflecto was "foretold" by the statue in the Adult Legion story in Adventure Comics #354 (Mar. 1967). *
Jul 23 Earthgov declares a state of emergency. Elections are suspended. (Legion v.4 #30) (June 1992)
Aug 12 Black Dawn: Dr. Regulus attempts to extinguish the sun. Wildfire sacrifices himself to stop it. Timber Wolf is severely irradiated in the battle, causing him to become an inhuman creature (Furball). Notes: Brin's transformation was revealed in Legion v.4 #6 (Apr. 1990). (Legion v.4 #52, L12.93)
Aug 13 The victim of an Earthgov smear campaign, Karate Kid II is forced to leave the Legion. He becomes a fugitive. *
Aug 15 Blok, Dawnstar, and Dream Girl resign from the Legion in the wake of Black Dawn. Nura Nal returns to Naltor to become High Seer. (Legion v.4 #28, 4.92)
Aug 17 Crystal Kid resigns from the Legion. (Legion v.4 #28) (Apr. 1992)
Aug 23 Element Lad resigns from the Legion. (Legion v.4 #28) (Apr. 1992)
Aug 28 Jan Arrah breaks off his relationship with Shvaughn Erin to return to Trom. *
Sep 1 Impulse is forced to resign from the Legion and flee Earth after a confrontation with Science Police Earth. He enlists in the Braalian army. (Legion v.4 #20, 7.91)
Sep 4 Echo and Tellus resign from the Legion. (Legion v.4 #28) (Apr. 1992)
Sep 12 Lightning Lass resigns from the Legion and returns to Winath to join her brothers and family. *
Sep 14 Sun Boy resigns from the Legion, leaving Polar Boy as acting leader. (Legion v.4 #28) (Apr. 1992)
Sep 24 Fire Lad (Staq Malven) joins the Legion. *
Oct 8 The Imskian army uses a magnetic pulse weapon called the Damper at Venado Bay on Braal-13, killing or maiming 7,000 Braalian soldiers, including Rokk Krinn and his friend Loomis. Rokk and Loomis lose their magnetic powers. Wounded, Rokk attacks an Imskian patrol, unaware that its leader is Salu Digby (Shrinking Violet). Vi loses her right eye. (Legion v.4 #20, 7.91)
Oct 27 After she humiliates their occupation force on Sklar, the Khundish Empire issues a bounty on Sklarian raider Brita An'nan (Kono). *
Oct 20 Chlorophyll Kid (Ral Benem), Infectious Lass (Drura Sepht), Porcupine Pete (Peter Dursin), and Visi-Lad (Rhent Ustin) join the Legion. *
Nov 7 Prince Evillo once again becomes Supreme Ruler of Tartarus, which joins the United Planets. (Legion v.4 #14) (Jan. 1991)
Nov Laurel Gand falls in love with Rond Vidar. *
  Thom Kallor marries Yvyya Val and becomes manager of the Naltor Dreamers batball team, which Yvyya owns. NOTES: The Naltor Dreamers were first mentioned in Adventure Comics #366 (Mar. 1968). (Legion v.4 #37) (E12.92)
Nov 27 Color Kid (Ulu Vakk) and Stone Boy (Dag Wentim) join the Legion. *
Dec 21 Marte Allon, Colossal Boy's mother and the former president of Earth, becomes First Advisor to Projectra on Orando. (Legion v.4 #15, 2.91)
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Feb Magpie is hired by Prince Evillo to steal the Hypno-Stone of Ouranos from an Earthgov vault. After an argument with Evillo, however, he instead gives the stone to Eve Aries (Saturn Queen). (Legion v.4 #49) (E11.93)
Late Feb Laurel Gand visits Dawnstar on Starhaven and finds her moody and withdrawn. NOTES: Some time after this, Dawnstar's wings were cut off and she was possessed by the Bounty-entity, as revealed in Legion v.4 #36 (L11.92). *
Mar 15 Storm Boy (Myke Chypurz) joins the Legion. NOTES: Storm Boy was a former reject who first appeared in Adventure Comics #301 (Oct. 1962). *
Mar 28 Infectious Lass is forced to resign from the Legion and become a fugitive from Earthgov. *
Barry (Bart) Allen (Impulse II), the grandson of Barry Allen (Flash II), is born to Don Allen and Carmen Johnson. Bart's super-speed powers cause him to age 12 years in his first two years of life. (Flash 92, 6.94)
Apr 9 Chlorophyll Kid, Color Kid, and Porcupine Pete resign from the Legion. *
May 27 Calamity King (E. Davis Ester) joins the Legion. *
Jun 30 Invisible Kid II resigns from the Legion to join the anti-Earthgov resistance forces. *
Jul 6 The Legion disbands. Mordru is named Supreme Teacher of Tharn, the new Sorcerer's World. (Legion v.4 #1, 11.89), (Legion v.4 #6, 4.90)
Jul 29 Gim Allon (Colossal Boy) joins the Science Police. (Legion v.4 #12, 10.90)
Aug 22 Brek Bannin (Polar Boy) is arrested as a subversive and imprisoned by Science Police Earth. *
Aug 28 On the Sorcerer's World, Mordru marries Mysa Nal, the former White Witch. On Earth, Ral Benem (Chlorophyll Kid) narrowly escapes the Science Police. *
Sep 9 Dirk Morgna signs a contract to become the new spokesperson for Earthgov. (Legion v.4 #28, 4.92)
Char Burrane (Starfinger II) leaves his self-imposed exile within his ring and escapes from Earth. NOTES: No precise date was established for this event (revealed in a news story in the 2995 Legion of Super-Heroes Sourcebook). That news item indicates that Starfinger had been in the custody of the Legion (presumably still hiding inside his ring) and escaped after the Legion disbanded, but the end of Starfinger II's previous appearance (in Legion v.3 Annual #4) clearly showed his ring being guarded by Science Police officers. It is possible that the story was deliberately distorted by Earthgov as part of the government's ongoing smear campaign against the Legion. *
Dec 29 Myg (Karate Kid II) is arrested by Science Police Earth. *
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Jan 7 Myg is transferred to the Dominators' Weisinger Chambers beneath Metropolis to become a research subject. *
Jan 15 E. Davis Ester (Calamity King) is transferred to the Weisinger Chambers. *
Mar Dag Wentim (Stone Boy) discovers that through the use of a post-hypnotic suggestion, he can retain his mobility while turned to stone, although he remains unconscious and must be directed by his comrades. *
Mar 22-23 Jo Nah "liberates" Brin Londo from Medicus One. Jacques Foccart begins a romantic relationship with Drura Sehpt (Infectious Lass). *
April 9 On Janda, Char Burrane (Starfinger II) is murdered by the Persuader on the orders of Molock Hanscom (Starfinger III). *
May 21 Universo hires Grinn, a mercenary who previous served with Zaryan and the Dark Circle, to work for the anti-Earthgov resistance on Earth. NOTES: Although Grinn's origin was never established, it is possible that he previously appeared as one of the elemental monsters that the Legion fought abroad Ecosphon Seven at the beginning of the Magic Wars, who also appeared as disembodied grins. If so, his first appearance was Legion v.3 #60 (May 1989). *
Jun 12 Bobb Kohan (Crystal Kid) is arrested by Earthgov. *
Jul 18 Bobb Kohan is transferred to the Weisinger Chambers. *
Aug 14 Grev Mallor (Shadow Kid) marries Kahnya Nahtahnie, Lady Memory, in hopes of unifying Talok VIII's people. NOTES: Lady Memory's real name was revealed in the text piece in Legion v.4 #4 (Feb. 1990). (Legion v.4 #15, 2.91)
Oct The Quebec City powersphere is destroyed in an apparent terrorist bombing. Earthgov blames "Khundish sympathizers." (Legion v.4 #17, 4.91)
Braal surrenders to Imsk and becomes an occupied world under martial law. (Legion v.4 #1, 11.89)
Nov 14 The Science Police on Rimbor issue a warrant for Jo Nah's arrest for his Silverale bootlegging operation. (Legion v.4 #2, 12.89)

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