Supergirl #26

Writer: Kelley Puckett Artist: Johnson, Snyder, Fergueson, Deering Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 6, 2008 Critic Reviews: 1
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While Superman battles Reactron, Supergirl rushes to save citizens from a collapsing building. However, when she encounters a young boy named Thomas, she makes a promise that no one can believe!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 11, 2008

    In the midst of Superman's mistake, Kara meets a number of people needing saved. Some are ungrateful. They wish to be saved by Superman, not his cousin. It rolls off of Kara, but then she finds a small boy who is a fan. Kara tells him not to worry. She won't let him die. Superman even agrees with that sentiment. Kara near the conclusion learns something else, the fury of parents who are by my reckoning completely out of line. Kara though is a class act. She takes their verbal abuse. Superman tries to cushion the blows by talking to Kara's young charge, and that's when Kara-El really lives up to the name of Supergirl. Hell, she's living up to the name Superman in this scene. That's when the music swells. Puckett gives Kara a moving speech that rises in power with each of her words. You can imagine her voice thundering in the hospital room, and it makes Kal's sober reality check feel weaker and weaker. Will Kara succeed? Puckett in the story suggests she may, but even if Read Full Review

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