Supergirl #78

Writer: Peter David Artist: Ed Benes Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 22, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Fatalist has given Johnny Rebel the means and support to defeat Supergirl…both of them! Meanwhile, it's the first day of school for new student Kara Zor-El and Leesburg High's newest substitute art teacher, Linda Danvers. Looks like detention can be dangerous, and the Girls of Steel are both in for harsh lessons!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 30, 2003

    It's always nice to see a book going down fighting, as this issue Peter David makes a very convincing case that this book had many more stories to tell, and one is left rather annoyed at DC for taking the ax to a book that was all set to kick it into a higher gear. In any event one does have to give Peter David full marks for delivering on the promise of an idea, as basically this issue tells the reader that the new Supergirl is the original, pre-Crisis version of the character, and what's more in an even bigger revelation it would appear that there does appear to exist a way for one to travel back to pre-Crisis continuity. This is a fairly big revelation, and considering this book has its head firmly locked into the guillotine, it's a completely unexpected surprise. The issue also ends with a surprise twist that is sure to get fans of the original Supergirl talking, as Peter David looks to have done something completely unexpected. It's about time a book spent its final issues kicking Read Full Review

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