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First Impressions of Supergirl #1

Supergirl #1 is a perfect start point for the new series. It’s light and fun in tone but Kara has real drama in her life and real problems readers can relate to. 117 more words


Comic Review: Supergirl #1

Spoilers ahead!

Supergirl #1

“Reign of the Cyborg Supermen” – Part One

Writer: Steve Orlando
Penciller: Brian Ching
Inker: Ray McCarthy
Cover: Brian Ching

When you’re young, it ain’t easy being the new kid on the block. 415 more words


Supergirl #1

“I will always be a strange visitor.”

Hey, all. This is D.C. here to throw down some on DC’s Supergirl #1, which starts off the “Reign of the Cyborg Supermen” arc. 529 more words


Supergirl 1

Today, Patrick and Mark are discussing Supergirl 1 originally released September 7, 2016. As always, this article containers SPOILERS.

“It’s like you feel homesick for a place that doesn’t even exist.

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Supergirl 1 review

Several years ago, Supergirl’s new-52 series ended. Although she appeared in Jeff Lemire’s Justice League United (also known as Justice League Canada), she didn’t show up that often as far as I can tell, outside of Superman’s own comics that I stopped reading. 459 more words


Review - Supergirl #1 (DC Comics)

Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: Steve Orlando
Art: Brian Ching
Colours: Michael Atiyeh
Letters: Steve Wands
Release Date: 7th September 2016 723 more words


Supergirl #1

Writer: Steve Orlando | Artist: Brian Ching

In many ways, this reminded me of DC’s New Super-Man #1. Writer Steve Orlando treats Kara Zor-El as if she’s a brand new character, and in many ways that’s good (like our new, Chinese Super-Man). 349 more words

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