Warner Home Video have provided Comics2Film with a video clip promoting the new 'Legion of Super Heroes' Volume 3 DVD release, due in stores September 9th.
You can watch the easy embedded version or download Quicktime, Real Media and Windows Media versions after the jump.
Marketing Info: Superman and the rest of the teenage gang of heroes are back in action when Warner Home Video (WHV) and the Kids’ WB! release Legion of Super Heroes: Volume 3 on DVD September 9, 2008. The DVD will include 5 exciting episodes from the first season of the smash hit, Legion of Super Heroes, which currently airs on Saturday mornings at 10:00 am and ranks among the top five shows on the Kids WB! this season.
The Legion of Super Heroes, a three-time Emmy Awards nominee features the teen Heroes Superman, Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl, Timber Wolf, Brainiac 5, Bouncing Boy and Phantom Girl as they fight crime and protect mankind from a swarm of devious villains. In Legion of Super Heroes: Volume 3, Superman’s time in the 31st century draws to a close, prompting the Legion to hold its annual tryouts for a fresh crop of heroes to replace him. The audition stars off with The Substitutes, a wacky band of rejects, and a mischievous wizard from planet Xerok who wreaks havoc in New Metropolis leaving only Phantom Girl to save the day. The adventure continues as a new member, Ferro Lad, is inducted into the Legion to help Lightning Lad defend his home from an onslaught of cosmic storms. The action-packed episodes conclude with the Legion’s biggest threat yet: The Sun-Eater, a galaxy destroying weapon of mass destruction. Watch to see which Legionnaire makes the ultimate sacrifice in a grueling battle to defend the Universe and save mankind.
"Legion of Super Heroes: Volume 3 features a group of crime-fighting heroes that are both inspiring and exciting to watch" said Amit Desai, WHV Vice President of Family, Animation & Sports Marketing. "We are thrilled to release the next five enthralling episodes in the Legion series that will surely be a hit with kids everywhere."