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Highly Suspect Reviews: Legion Season 1

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In this full-on spoiler review, Chris and Johnny Neill are joined by two newcomers to oneofus.net, Neil and Evan, to thoroughly review the first season of Legion. Why? It’s not just because it’s another Marvel comics show, albeit not a Netflix one like we’ve traditionally covered. It’s because we thought it was absolutely groundbreaking television in every way. Check out our review and tell us what you thought in the comments.

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  • Stupendous-Man

    I like to imagine Legion takes place around a decade after Archer

  • Mr_Plainview

    In the first few seconds of the last episode of Legion they did give the date. Though I do question if it’s the real date the show takes place in, or just a metaphor for the pain Hamish Linklater’s character is experiencing. 8 Nov 2016 https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3640657cce260da09eeab0c5658408c5ed02805156b347ed7af54342c6b94f62.jpg

  • Bat42

    Fox only has the movie rights to X-Men. Marvel (Disney) has the rights in all other media.

    • Chris Cox

      Yes, and Legion is an X-men character.