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  • Superman/Batman, vol. 2: Supergirl - Collects #8-13. "Batman has discovered something strange on the bottom of Gotham Bay which leads him to a mysterious and powerful teenaged girl who's bent on destroying Gotham City!
  • What's her connection to Superman? Why does Wonder Woman want to hide her from the outside world? Will Darkseid succeed in recruiting her into doing his bidding?" - WorldCat - ISBN 1401203477
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review by . January 19, 2011
 In my youth, I was a voracious reader of superhero comic books, both the DC and Marvel lines. At the time, I had a preference for the Marvel group because the characters were more imaginative and acted a bit more human. The DC heroes were stiff in both behavior and dialog, while the Marvel heroes were portrayed very much like humans that happened to be powerful.    The people at DC have finally seen the light and made their heroes a lot more human and that is very clear in …
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