Power Girl #10

Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray Artist: Amanda Conner Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 24, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 2
8.0Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

Power Girl squares off against Satanna and her Animal Army just as Terra enters the fray! This should be a good thing, but somehow it looks like Power Girl's got a new enemy!

  • 9.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Brandon Mar 27, 2010

    So, in a week that saw the release of Green Lantern #52 as well as the highlyoverhypedanticipated Nemesis fromMillarandMcNiven, how does Power Girl #10 fare? It's the best book I'veread this week. Thatdoesn't say much when held up against Nemesis, granted, but against the stellar Green Lantern that is some high praise indeed, and I mean every word of it. Go buy this book now. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Mar 25, 2010

    It's business as usual for Power Girl. You pick it up, you read it, you have fun, and you are glad that you had this experience. You then spend the rest of the day wishing that every artist could be as awesome as Amanda Conner. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - DS Arsenault Mar 27, 2010

    I'm not going to lie to you. If you don't enjoy an ironic attack on the comic book genre, if you wouldn't like the style of "Austin Powers meets Barbarella," then this isn't the book for you. This comic isn't going to find a ton of fans among the faithful legions of noir readers shooting up the Dark Knight and Daredevil. This is not a shot at the creative team by any means. Metafiction can be a hard sell, but this is metafiction done right. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    IGN - Miguel Perez Mar 24, 2010

    My only regret with picking up Power Girl was that I waited until issue #7 to do it. This stands as one of DC's most overlooked books and even if you don't consider yourself a Power Girl fan, I urge you to check it out. You just might be surprised at how much fun you find yourself having. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge May 14, 2011

    The time between Kara and Atlee is pretty good here overall, though there's an unsettling undercurrent about it, but it's the material with the kid Fisher that really works nicely as it allows Kara to interact with a normal person and make a difference in a positive manner with not just him but those in contact with him. It's a small effort, a pay it forward kind of moment, that cements her again as the kind of her that deals with the big world saving stories just as well as the small ones on an individual level. And I'll admit it, most of the time I like the little jokes and fun that come with a story that deals with a comic book shop. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Mar 29, 2010

    The battles (with the Manhawks, with Satanna, and ultimately between BFFs Terra and Power Girl) are, as always, depicted well by Conner. She really understands how Terra's earth manipulation works with very dynamic visuals, but the story is otherwise pretty thin. There's got to be more than Satanna just making life hard for Kara, and by issue's end, there is. Terra's change in attitude is a subtle depiction, and it's quite in line with what we know of the title's main villain. Ending up where we began with the Ultra-Humanite could work just fine for the next two issues. But, after many months of rambunctious space babes, alien lotharios, and a would-be demi-goddess, I think I'm ready for a regular old criminal case or two. Read Full Review

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