Paul Levitz entered comics in 1971 as editor of The Comic Reader, the first comics newszine, which won two Best Fanzine Comic Art Fan Awards. From there, he joined DC Comics in 1973, becoming DC's youngest editor ever. Ultimately, Levitz became publisher in 1989 and president and publisher from 2002 to 2009. He has received the Inkpot Award and the Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award and serves on the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund board. Along with his contributions at the head of DC, Levitz is also known for his writing, including an acclaimed run on the Legion of Super-Heroes, a series to which he's returned as part of DC Comics-The New 52.
Legion of Super-Heroes Volume 1: Hostile World (The New 52) (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)by Paul Levitz, Francis Portela, Walt Simonson
As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics-The New 52 event of September 2011, The Legion of Super-Heroes has been decimated by the worst disaster in its history. Now, the students of the Legion Academy must rise to the challenge of helping the team rebuild-but a threat of almost unstoppable power is rising at the edge of Dominator space, and if the new recruits fail, the Legion Espionage Squad may be the first casualties in a war that could split worlds in half!
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This is the first I have read of legion of superheroes. I don't think this was a good place to start. I knew a couple of these characters from appearances in other titles, but there were way too many characters to follow. Felt very lost.