Dan Stevens kehrt ein letztes Mal als David Haller in der X-Men-Serie Legion zurück. Erstmals spielt auch Professor X mit. TV-Start noch in. David Haller alias Legion ist ein junger Mann mit vermeintlich großen psychischen Problemen. Er. my-bar-mitzvah.com: Wir haben „Legion“ in den Jahren 20unter die besten Serien des Jahres gewählt. Doch nun kommt die.
Legion (Fernsehserie)my-bar-mitzvah.com: Wir haben „Legion“ in den Jahren 20unter die besten Serien des Jahres gewählt. Doch nun kommt die. Video of Legion Season 2 First Look Featurette for fãs of Marvel's Legion (FX). Die Marvel-Serie Legion handelt vom X-Men-Mutanten David Haller (Dan. Der Teenager David Haller ist an die Stimmen und Visionen in seinem Kopf gewöhnt. Denn bereits als Kind wurde er von verschiedenen Ärzten mit Schizophrenie diagnostiziert. Psychiatrische Anstalten kennt er genau, und regelmäßige Therapien sind ein.
X Men Legion Accessibility Links VideoHistory Of Legion! Legion begins by building a black dome in the Negev Desert, and the X-Men go and investigate the situation. Upon entering the dome, the X-Men battle Legion but cannot stop him from opening a time. Legion (David Charles Haller) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is the mutant son of Professor Charles Xavier and Gabrielle Haller. Legion takes the role of an antihero who has a severe mental illness including a form of dissociative identity disorder. While X-Factor is dealing with Legion, the X-Men are dealing with personal issues like dating. Legion visits Xavier in a dream, alerting him that he's no longer in a coma. X-Men #39 (Dec. ) "Birds of a Feather". Legion, based on the Marvel Comics by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz, is the story of David Haller (Dan Stevens), a troubled young man who may be more than human. Diagnosed as schizophrenic as a child, David has been in and out of psychiatric hospitals for years. Legion is an American television series created for FX by Noah Hawley, based on the Marvel Comics character David Haller / Legion. It is produced by FX Productions in association with Marvel Television. Hawley is the showrunner. Dan Stevens stars as Haller, a " mutant " diagnosed with schizophrenia at a young age. X-Men #40 (Jan. ) Legion Quest #2: "The Killing Time" The extent of Legion's plans become clear. Professor Xavier and the rest of the team go looking for Jean, who was left behind when Legion traveled into the past and took the others with him. Lilandra sends a dire warning. Uncanny X-Men # (Feb. ) Legion Quest #3: "Auld Lang /5(41). The Downton Abbey stars as a psychic mutant in Legion.
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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.
To this end, Doctor Nemesis, Madison Jeffries and Reed Richards designed a Neural Switchboard Wristband for David. 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.
Some of Legion's personalities physically transform his body e. The first alter to manifest, Jemail Karami, was telepathic.
Other prominent alters include Jack Wayne telekinetic and Cyndi pyrokinetic. Legion has over a thousand different personalities the exact number is unknown , and his mind can create additional alters in response to external or internal events.
The cumulative abilities of all his personalities make him one of the most powerful mutants in existence, if not the most powerful.
In two instances David has manifested the full extent of his ability to alter time and reality: in the first, he wiped the Elder Gods from existence and reset the universe to a state before the Elder Gods first appeared on Earth,  and in the other he observed the entirety of spacetime and mended damage his personalities had done to it.
Legion can absorb other people's psyches into his mind, either intentionally or, if he is next to them when they die, unintentionally.
Unfortunately, David often suffers from self-doubt and self-recrimination, meaning that he must struggle to remain in control.
Following the Age of X, David briefly used a Neural Switchboard Wristband engineered by Doctor Nemesis , Madison Jeffries , and Reed Richards.
This device allowed Legion to utilize a personality's power set for several seconds without being overwhelmed by that personality.
Legion tracks them down and re-absorbs them with the help of the X-Men. Legion is a mutant with three superhuman psionic powers.
David is described as an Omega-level mutant by Scott Summers. He is a telepath, capable of reading minds and projecting his thoughts into the minds of others, a telekinetic who could levitate objects at will and create protective force fields around himself that could repel oncoming objects, and also a pyrokinetic, who could psionically start fires.
The extent of his powers within the real world is unknown. Telepathy : Legion is capable of displaying various psionic feats with the minds of others including reading and communicating with thoughts over vast distances.
Telekinesis : Can psionically manipulate the physical aspects of reality, including levitating at will objects weighing up to at least 10 tons, and creating protective force fields around himself that could repel oncoming objects.
Legion could project his telekinetic energies as powerful blast beams directed from his brain that could apparently affect matter with concussive force.
Pyrokinesis : He could psionically generate and project intense heat and flame from and around his body or direct it at certain distances. The exact radius remains unknown.
He was also able to manipulate flame created from other sources and could magnify their intensity or snuff them.
The flames Legion generated could also be illusory in effect; for example, he could focus the power on an object making it appear to be on fire while it was not being damaged by the flames at all.
Legion instinctively created a psionic force field about his entire body that protected him from the effects of the heat and flame he created and from other sources as well.
Time Travel : He possesses the psionic power to displace himself and others at almost any specific point in the timestream and then reemerging in the physical world from as much as a few minutes to years by generating chronal energies.
He could apparently travel in astral form as well. He could also travel to points in the future. Teleportation : Is able to psionically transport himself, his clothing, and additional mass from one location to another.
For a long time, David's dominant core personality could not control these powers; if Karami's, Wayne's, or Cyndi's personality took control of David, then he could employ the power that personality controlled.
Apparently, Legion's core personality finally took control of his splinter personalities' powers, since he manifested psionic abilities when he traveled back in time.
Since his resurrection, Legion's mind is shown as being inhabited by thousands of personalities, each with its own superhuman ability, including superspeed, lycanthropy, flight, x-ray vision, heat absorption, superstrength, matter animation, sonic screams, geokinesis, and a prehensile tongue.
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In the comics, David is the son of X-Men founder Charles Xavier aka Professor X and Israeli Holocaust survivor Gabrielle Haller.
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