Supergirl #73

Writer: Peter David Artist: Leonard Kirk Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 21, 2002 Critic Reviews: 2
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Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies the original Garden of Eden, the sacred place that Supergirl is convinced holds the Earth Angel of fire. Unfortunately, thanks to a long-simmering jealousy of Mary Marvel that prompts her to ignore her traveling companion's warnings of a possible trap, Supergirl may wind up destroying the missing Earth Angel she's been trying to save!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 29, 2002

    When Peter David decides to kick things up a notch, he certainly has the ability to deliver the goods, as this issue has itself one heck of a surprising development. The Demon Mother/quest for Supergirl's angelic half looks to be nearing itself big wrap-up, and while I enjoyed the big confrontation that was issue number fifty I strongly suspect I'll enjoy this one even more, as this time out Linda is the low party on the totem pole, and when the dust clears I strongly suspect that Peter David will have cast off all the earthbound angels & demons, and we'll be left with a book that hopefully won't be quite so daunting for the newer reader. There's also the upcoming plot that is sure to make pre-Crisis Supergirl fans sit up & take notice, as in this issue we see a familiar looking space craft making its way toward Earth, and one does have to wonder if Linda's about to find herself unceremoniously dumped by the wayside. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 23, 2002

    The climax of "Chaos Rains" is likely to drive away fans who are sick and tired of DC shenanigans. Since I am one of those fans, you should listen. All is not as it seems. Mr. David in the story foreshadows at least three outs to preserve the nobility and heroism of the past. Do not drop the title just yet. Wait until the finale plays out. Read Full Review

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