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Trapped and powerless aboard a space station, Supergirl is at the mercy of an ingenious new foe who wants to learn everything there is to know about her. But Supergirl is more than just her powers, and she’ll soon show this foe – and all of Earth – what’s she truly capable of!

Plus, more on the Girl of Steel’s mysterious origin!

Art and cover by MAHMUD ASRAR

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Flash92312/22/11YesRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.0
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  1. What I like most about Supergirl is that she really shows what it would be like if someone other than Superman had those powers. This seems much more realistic than the start of the last volume. And the art is pretty sweet!

  2. Has been a fun read. I look forward to this issue.

  3. I think I’m dropping this. I’ll flip through it at the store and if it doesn’t look amazing I’m done…

  4. Didn’t read #3 yet, but I’m still on board. Really like how they launched this, and like the nu Supergirl much better than the Loeb/Turner version.

  5. If yu would have told me even 6 months ago I would still be reading a super girl book I would’ve laughed in your face but geez this is good. I’ve dropped books left and right from the new 52 but this one I just can’t seem to let go of. very solid 4/5

  6. This was an interesting arc, but I think I’ll be dropping it and waiting for the trade for the next arc … which will probably come out in 2015.

  7. Well, well, well if it isn’t Lex Lite!
    At least until the end of the issue and boy does he get liter! (BWAAH-HAHA-HAHA-HA)


  8. I find Supergirl at least as entertaining a comic as Superman and maybe even Action Comics. I enjoy the art a great deal and find Kara’s plight compelling to follow.

    Very solid book!

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