Legion" folgt - basierend auf den Marvel-Comics -- der Geschichte von David Haller, einem jungen Mann, der mehr als ein Mensch sein könnte. Die Marvel-Serie Legion handelt vom X-Men-Mutanten David Haller (Dan Stevens), der unter einer besonders schwerwiegenden Form von Schizophrenie zu. David Haller (Dan Stevens) hat den Großteil seines Lebens in der Psychiatrie verbracht. Diagnose: Schizophrenie. Doch was ist, wenn seine Visionen real und.
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Legion ist eine fiktive Figur, die in amerikanischen Comics erscheint, die von Marvel Comics veröffentlicht werden. Er ist der mutierte Sohn von Professor Charles Xavier und Gabrielle Haller. als Legion, der von Chris Claremont und Zeichner Bill Sienkiewicz geschaffen wurde und in der X-Men-Comicreihe auftritt, die von Marvel Comics vertrieben. David Haller alias Legion ist ein junger Mann mit vermeintlich großen psychischen Problemen. Er. Legion wurde von Chris Claremont und Bill Sinkiewicz erfunden und in New Mutants# Marvel-Comics: Wer ist Legion? David Haller a.k.a. Legion ist ein unglaublich mächtiger, Omega-Level Mutant. Seine Kräfte hat er von seinem. Die Marvel-Serie Legion handelt vom X-Men-Mutanten David Haller (Dan Stevens), der unter einer besonders schwerwiegenden Form von Schizophrenie zu. Legion" folgt - basierend auf den Marvel-Comics -- der Geschichte von David Haller, einem jungen Mann, der mehr als ein Mensch sein könnte.
„Legion" folgt - basierend auf den Marvel-Comics -- der Geschichte von David Haller, einem jungen Mann, der mehr als ein Mensch sein könnte. Da bei ihm. Marvel-Comics: Wer ist Legion? David Haller a.k.a. Legion ist ein unglaublich mächtiger, Omega-Level Mutant. Seine Kräfte hat er von seinem. Legion ist eine fiktive Figur, die in amerikanischen Comics erscheint, die von Marvel Comics veröffentlicht werden. Er ist der mutierte Sohn von Professor Charles Xavier und Gabrielle Haller. Chris Claremont Bob McLeod. March 30, The following characters are different personalities of Legion that have appeared thus Ravensberger Park, each one manifesting different powers:. In the episode's codaa sphere-like drone traps David inside it and absconds with him. Retrieved April 11, Produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Internetf�Higer Receiver Television the series takes place in a warped reality depicted as perceived by the titular character and runs "parallel" to the X-Men film universewith further connections to take place in season two. Legion aired on FX in the United States,  and on Fox channels in over other countries, releasing using a "day-and-date" delivery system so that viewers around the world get the series on the same day as the U. Comic Book Resources.
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In , Legion was assigned to be a co-starring character in the newly revamped X-Factor , as a member of the eponymous superteam.
However, writer Peter David was uncomfortable with this, and ultimately editor Bob Harras independently came to the conclusion that Legion should not be used in the series.
David explained "I don't mind building a story around [Legion], but working him into a group - you're really asking for a bit much from the reader.
Believing that a group of people will come together to form a team is enough of a suspension of disbelief While working in an Israeli psychiatric facility, Charles Xavier met a patient named Gabrielle Haller.
The two had an affair that, after an amicable end and unbeknownst to Xavier, ultimately resulted in the birth of their son David Gabrielle had not told Xavier she was pregnant.
David, at a young age, was living with his mother and stepfather in Paris when his home was attacked by terrorists and his stepfather killed.
The trauma of the situation caused an initial manifestation of David's mutant powers, as David incinerated the minds of the terrorists.
In the process, he unintentionally absorbed the mind of the terrorist leader, Jemail Karami, into his own.
Being linked to so many others at their time of death, David was rendered catatonic for years. As he slowly recovered, he was moved to the care of Moira MacTaggert at the Muir Island mutant research facility.
The trauma possibly in conjunction with the nature of his reality-altering powers had caused David's psyche to splinter into multiple personalities, each personality manifesting different mutant abilities.
The Karami personality, which manifested telepathic abilities, struggled for years to separate his consciousness from David's.
In the process, Karami reintegrated many of the splintered personalities back into David's core personality thus ending David's catatonia.
Some of the personalities resisted Karami, most notably Jack Wayne, a swaggering adventurer who was telekinetic , and Cyndi, a temperamental, rebellious girl who was pyrokinetic.
Ultimately Karami, Wayne, and Cyndi continued to exist as David's most prominent alternate personalities. During his time at Muir Island, David saved Moira and Wolfsbane from a fatal accident by accessing the telekinetic abilities of his Jack Wayne personality.
However, this allowed Jack Wayne to take control of David's body, and he left the island. The New Mutants tracked him down and, after a struggle, convinced Wayne to allow David to again assume control.
Years later, David awoke from his coma believing his psyche fully healed. When he had killed the mutant precog Destiny, David had absorbed her psyche.
Destiny gave David vague prophetic guidance about the great world that could exist "if only, years ago, Professor X had been given a real chance to fulfill his dream.
As several X-Men attempted to stop him, Legion traveled twenty years into the past, accidentally dragging the X-Men with him. David appeared in the past in front of Xavier and Magneto, who at the time were orderlies in a mental hospital.
As Legion attacked Magneto, the X-Men intervened. After overpowering the X-Men, Legion readied his fatal blow for Magneto, but Xavier leaped in front of the lethal psychic attack and was himself killed.
By accidentally killing his father, the horrified David prevented his own birth and ceased to exist. The death of Xavier created a catastrophic alternate timeline, the Age of Apocalypse.
Ultimately, Bishop managed to fix the timeline by enlisting the aid of the new reality's X-Men to travel back in time to the moment of Xavier's murder.
There Bishop confronted Legion, using David's own power to create a psionic loop that showed the young mutant the damage that his actions would cause.
David allowed the energy released in this process to incinerate him, in his last moments apologizing for what he had done. While David was considered deceased, some of his alternate personalities manifested as spirits and started terrorizing Israel where David had been born.
Excalibur was called to stop them. Ultimately Meggan used her empathy to calm their rage, convincing them to go "towards the light.
David had in fact not died; rather, his mind manifested in Otherplace, a timeless interdimensional limbo. When Bishop had turned Legion's psychic power back on him, it devastated David's mental landscape, undoing all the healing efforts of Karami and Professor Xavier.
David now had thousands of personalities vying for control in his mind. David wandered through Otherplace for an untold period of time, trying to make his way back home.
David re-manifested in the physical world, although his core David personality had been imprisoned in his mindscape by his other personalities, allowing the more malicious personalities to take turns controlling his body.
One of these personalities killed and absorbed the mind of a young girl, Marci Sobol, who became another personality within Legion. David was discovered by the New Mutants as they investigated a possible mutant case in Westcliffe, Colorado.
As the rest of the team fought a losing battle against various personalities that seized control of Legion's body, in his mindscape Karma and Magik destroyed other hostile personalities.
Eventually they found the Marci personality, who led them to David's imprisoned core self. By freeing David and helping him reassert control, Karma and Magik saved the rest of the team and were restored to their bodies.
Weeks later, Magik managed to bring the Elder Gods back to Earth, planning to have her revenge on them. The Elder Gods manifested, causing catastrophic destruction, and appeared ready to lay waste to the world.
As the various mutant teams tried to stop this apocalypse, Magik sent her ally Karma to free Legion and awaken "The Legion" personality to fulfill its bargain.
The Legion, who Magik called "The God Mutant," appeared and altered reality to wipe the Elder Gods from existence and reset the world to a time before they had manifested.
Believing that David's psyche would be healed if his alternate personalities were quarantined, Doctor Nemesis began to catalog and contain these personalities within David's mind.
Unbeknownst to Doctor Nemesis and Professor Xavier, however, David's mind subconsciously perceived this intervention as a threat and created a "psychic antibody," a powerful new personality, to defend itself.
The new personality had access to a degree of David's underlying ability to alter reality and time. Assuming the appearance of the deceased Moira McTaggert considered a mother figure by David due to his time under her care at Muir Island , the personality attempted to 'protect' Legion from the 'assault' on his mind by creating a pocket reality where Legion was the hero that he always wanted to be.
The alternate pocket reality, the Age of X , was a dystopia in which mutants had been hunted almost to extinction; the remaining mutants were kept alive by Legion's mutant team, who daily generated a force wall to repel attacking human forces.
Legion himself remained unaware that one of his personalities had created this world, and most of the mutants who had been brought into the reality by 'Moira' believed that they had always been there.
Within this pocket reality the 'Moira' personality was practically omnipotent, creating and controlling random soldiers for Legion and the other mutants to kill.
Eventually, Legacy, the alternate Rogue , discovered that 'Moira' had in fact created this reality. Confronted with this truth, Legion spoke to 'Moira,' who tearfully offered to create as many universes for him as he wanted.
Instead, David absorbed 'Moira' back into himself and erased the Age of X reality, restoring its participants to Earth reality; ultimately, this entire timeline had lasted seven days in their normal continuity.
With the Age of X incident underscoring the potentially apocalyptic scope of David's power, Professor X proposed a new approach to help Legion retain control of himself.
Instead of isolating David from the other personalities in his mind, Professor X suggested that he learn to co-exist with them.
This switchboard assigned unique numbers to different Legion personalities. When David entered a number, the device stimulated cells in his thalamus and neocortex, creating a one-way link between David's core personality and the alternate personality he had selected.
This allowed Legion to access the power of that personality for several seconds without being overwhelmed by it. While testing the device, Legion discovered that six of his personalities were no longer in his mind, but had "escaped," manifesting separately from him in the real world.
While absorbing the last one, he accidentally absorbed Rogue along with it, and, after releasing her, David suffered a massive shock to his nervous system.
Rogue stated that, while she was inside Legion, she was connected to thousands of types of powers and there were more being born all the time.
To aid his recovery, Professor X left Legion with Merzah the Mystic, a powerful empath and telepath who ran a Himalayan monastery.
While at the monastery, David gained much greater control of himself, and he stopped using the Neural Switchboard Wristband.
Under Merzah's tutelage, David learned to visualize a facility in his mind where his alternate personalities could be kept and controlled.
When Legion sensed this, the mental shock caused a catastrophic release of energy that killed Merzah and everyone else at the monastery.
This personality was able to kill other personalities in his mind, absorbing their powers in the process. In the final issue of X-Men: Legacy , Legion, reaching the full extent of his powers, decided to erase himself from existence.
For unknown reasons perhaps elements of his own psyche working against him , Legion's attempt to erase himself from existence failed.
When he reappeared, David's mind was again fragmented into many personalities, including a malicious new personality, "Lord Trauma. In a desperate attempt to save himself, David sought out the help of renowned young psychotherapist Hannah Jones to delve into his fractured mind and fight back this dark personality.
As the X-Men race around the globe to fight the temporal anomalies that have been springing up and to corral the hundreds of Madrox duplicates wreaking havoc, Legion arrives at the X-Mansion, seemingly in control of his powers and psyche.
While the young X-Men try to ascertain what he wants, elsewhere Jean Grey and Psylocke team up to psychically purge whatever force is controlling the army of Madrox duplicates.
Finding the prime Madrox imprisoned below the area where the army of duplicates are congregating, he explains that Legion imprisoned him and implanted his numerous personalities and powers across the hundreds of duplicates.
However, with his control broken, Legion goes berserk in the mansion, attacking the young X-Men and ranting about a vision of the future.
The rest of the X-Men arrive to help but Legion singlehandedly takes on the whole team until he and Jean Grey go head-to-head.
Legion then explains that he's trying to prevent a vision of the future - the arrival of the Horsemen of Salvation - but just as Legion mentions them, the Horsemen arrive.
Legion is an Omega-level mutant  who has multiple personalities. Fundamentally, he has the ability to alter reality and time on a cosmic scale at will,  but due to his multiple personalities, in practice his abilities vary depending on the dominant personality: each alter has different powers enabled by David's subconscious manipulation of reality.
The core personality, David Haller himself, generally does not manifest mutant abilities, but must access various personalities to use their power, sometimes losing control of himself to that personality.Weitere Serien aus dem Jahr findest Du hier. Mit ihrer Superkraft kann sie sich buchstäblich in Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl hineinversetzen. Chapter 27 3x08 am Nachdem das Team nach Summerland Crossing Point, wo auch Oliver wieder erwacht ist, will David Farouk so schnell wie möglich aus seinem Geist entfernen. Inhalt Bildergalerien Sendetermine. Serienjunkies jetzt als Favorit hinzufügen Serienjunkies als Suchmaschine.