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Supergirl #2 Comic Book Review

Soaring onto our pages is the hot mess that is Kara Zor-El. The outsider is still struggling with life on Earth and to make matters worse life off Earth is causing her issues too. 266 more words


Preview: Supergirl #2

Supergirl #2

Written by: Steve Orlando
Art by: Brian Ching
Cover by: Brian Ching
Variant cover by: Bengal

“REIGN OF THE CYBORG SUPERMEN” part two! Supergirl battles Cyborg Superman in the Fortress of Solitude—and there can be only one winner! 79 more words


Supergirl 2 review

Last month’s issue of Supergirl started this series off on a fairly dramatic note. It mostly focused on Kara trying to get used to a high school life, doing very well on a scientific knowledge standpoint, but struggling to use Earth technology. 388 more words

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Review: Supergirl #2

Supergirl #2 has all the ingredients of an intriguing teen superhero comic: twisted family drama, killer robots, punching, and of course, adolescent awkwardness. Writer Steve Orlando, … 739 more words


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