While Injustice 2 #11 provides important historical context of how Kara Zor-El came to Earth in the Injustice universe, it does little more than that.
While lacking in action, Supergirl: Being Super will prove a welcome treat to those looking for a teen-friendly Supergirl comic.
This new Supergirl series is serviceable but not outstanding. Despite this, it will provide a welcome entry point for fans of the television series.
Plenty of great comics out this week, including The Wicked + The Divine #22, Supergirl Rebirth #1, and The Backstagers #1.
One the pull list this week we have Wonder Woman Earth One Vol. 1, Adventures of Supergirl #6, Black Panther #1 and more!
The planet Krypton was doomed. In an effort to save their culture and their families, two brothers from the House of El constructed rockets to launch their children – infant Kal-El and tween Kara Zor-El – into deep space. Their goal – Earth! Backward by Kryptonian standards, the scientists still chose Earth for two reasons. […]
“It’s not a bird… It’s not a plane… and it’s not a man.” This mantra has been the visual earworm that CBS, the network behind the new Supergirl series, has done its best to pound into its potential viewers’ heads since their promotion of the project kicked into high gear over the past month or […]
The Editor’s Notes is an opinion column allowing our writers to express their honest feelings about comic books, the comic book industry, and all that it inspires. The views expressed within belong solely to their author. Mark Waid, current writer of Daredevil and the Superman origin story, Birthright, recently posted on his Thrillbent blog that “at […]