Supergirl #25

Writer: Kelley Puckett Artist: Drew Johnson, Lee Ferguson Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 2, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2
5.9Critic Rating
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Still dealing with her fully returned memories and still haunted by the destruction of Krypton, Kara comes face-to-face with a new threat in the form of the villain Reactron--whose actions send Supergirl on a quest she never expected.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 8, 2008

    I'm happy to declare that Kelley Puckett, Drew Johnson and Ray Snyder with an assist from Lee Ferguson have done what I thought was practically impossible. They fixed Supergirl. By playing with conventions and concentrating on the star character, they have underscored the new Kara-El with a refreshing maturity. In turn, Johnson, Ferguson, Snyder and colorist Brad Anderson make Supergirl look unique, without losing traditional heroic themes. It's a perfect union of sophisticated writing and singular artwork. Read Full Review

  • 1.8
    IGN - Dan Phillips Jan 2, 2008

    What else is there to say about this lousy book? Puckett and Johnson have spent three whole issues doing absolutely nothing at all, except maybe stringing together an unrelated series of unintelligible events. Quick, someone call Gail Simone! Another female superhero book is in need of saving! Read Full Review

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