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• It’s a new dawn for the Girl of Steel after the nightmare of “H’EL ON EARTH”!

• Nothing will be the same for Supergirl as she embarks on a new mission that brings her face to face with one of DC’s deadliest villains!

Story by Frank Hannah
Art by Robson Rocha, Oclair Albert, Julio Ferreira, & Mariah Benes
Colors by Dave McCaig
Letters by Rob Leigh
Cover by Mahmud Asrar & Dave McCaig

Price: $2.99
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LoyalBlood03/21/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.1
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  1. How are more people not reading this?!

    • Because people dumped it after the He’l on Earth storyline which is not good. The story is okay but, really, it’s the Mahmud Asrar art that keeps me on. I dropped it when the crossover started but I’m going to pick it back up now.

    • I don’t know. It’s definitely the best ” Super” title right now.

    • Is it just me, or is this whole “Power Girl and Supergirl are connected somehow, mystically or whatever, and each effects he other in strange and kooky ways” trope just so tired and nonsensical?

      It didn’t make a lot of sense the first time around. Just because they shared an identity didn’t mean they shared a brain. So why would they have an effect on each other? Why didn’t the Superman from Power Girl’s world have a similar effect on our Superman if this is really how dimensional physics work. (I don’t remember such an effect)

  2. I bought the first trade in January and realized that the H’EL arc was not a good place to jump in. I am getting the second trade when it comes out and am just going to skip 14-17 since it doesn’t really connect. I am excited to get going here!

  3. I’ve loved this series. I wish there were more stories around her supporting cast. I love her friendship with Silver Banshee.

  4. The He’l storyline was not worth the crossover — but I just avoided his othe appearances. Looking forward to a new direction — despite enjoying most of what has gone on before.

  5. Only good thing was seeing Karen Star.

  6. I like it when the comics I buy are written and drawn by the guys the cover says wrote and drew the book. That’s always fun.

    • You know what they say – don’t judge a book by it’s cover!

      Yeah, I agree, it’s pretty lame ass when they do this.

  7. It started out with all the markings for an All-Star Supergirl story … then they added Karen Star and it devolved into some mumbo-jumbo “the two are connected metaphysically” storyline that was so used you can see the holes in it from here.

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