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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Mon May 21, 2012 8:40 am

More solid traditional superhero stuff from Supergirl, and as always, the stand-out features of this title are the brilliant art from Mahmud Asrar, and the very well-developed inner voice that Green and Johnson have given Kara Zor-El. When she’s panicking and freaking out over her powers, you really buy into it and feel it, there’s a really close connection between reader and main character here, and it’s working really well, we as readers are the only people who understand what she’s saying after all. It was also good that we got some more detail on the origins of both Silver Banshee and Black Banshee, the flashback sequence at the beginning was very well done. It’s obvious that this arc will end with Siobhan as a full-on villain, and that’s going to be emotional, but it’s great that Supergirl’s biggest villain will have a close personal connection to her, making any future fights that much more impactful.

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