Sorry, I was at work.
Supergirl #34 was OK. But here is the problem. When Bedard came on board and immediately started the Red Daughter crossover with Red Lanterns, which was so transparently a stunt that his claims to the contrary are laughable, the rationalization they used for doing this whole thing with the Red Ring was that it would "help Kara work out her rage issues." If you didn't read Red Daughter and just read #34, you'd think, wow, it really did help.
But in the Red Daughter crossover, NOTHING HAPPENED to help Kara get through her rage. She stayed pretty much the same for 9/10ths of it and then on the last 2 pages of the final issue (Supergirl #33), all of a sudden, ding, rage cured. She didn't go through any sort of development process to have this happen. She didn't confront her rage or work through it in a realistic way. She just magically got rid of it.
So yeah, her personality seems better in this issue, but in a way so what? Bedard has ONE more issue of regular Supergirl (not counting the Future's End dreck that is coming up next month), and then Bedard is gone and Mike Johnson returns along with another co-writer. Will they keep going in the "non rage" direction that Bedard has done for one whole issue (or two if he does it in #35 too)? Or will they go back to Rage Girl, which to some degree Johnson started in the first place (she was rage-girl right from the start in issue 1, punching before thinking, and has been that way right up until this issue).
I appreciate that Bedard has finally changed her but nothing in the previous 8 or so issues that he's done has led to this. He just snapped his fingers and changed things.