Ah yes we all know of the super one called Superman but what about a little lady called Supergirl. To me I have always found her to be more interesting then the goody goody Kent. Don't ask me why but I was never really that into Superman. Supergirl had been gone for a while but she was brought back to life in the Superman/Batman series. Kara Zor-El then got her all new series and this friends along with Superman/Batman # 19 is the first five issues of that series.
Kara is in a new world and it seems this new world that she is supposed to protect does not want her. She has to deal with an over bearing cousin and his friend Batman, add in just about every other person in the DCU don't trust her. Lex Luthor is out there and he just may become a big player in all of this. Why is he interested in her and why is everyone else skeptical, well she just may have a dark side to her.
I will admit that while I do enjoy Kara I bought this because of the Harley Quinn appearance. I am in love with her, I know it is unhealthy. She's a comic character, I' am a real person but we will find a way, we will find a way. Any way I really did enjoy this story from beginning to end and the art here was excellent. I will say that the first half of the story seemed better paced and planned out. The second half while good could have been a bit longer. Her splitting into two [bad/good] could have been more epic in my opinion. Still over all it was good.
I wouldn't say that this is a classic but it sure is a fun read and I am sure most would agree. I do recommend this volume for any comic fans out there. It is a nice self discovery story and a coming of age type story. Like I said though, I really did get this for Harley. Oh Harley how I love thee.
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