Supergirl & The Legion of Super-Heroes #16
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Supergirl & The Legion of Super-Heroes #16

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Barry Kitson Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 22, 2006 Critic Reviews: 3
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It's 1,001 years later…and guess who's joining the Legion of Super-Heroes? It's just what you think…and nothing you expect!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Mar 25, 2006

    The plot, not involving Supergirl, with nods to Isaac Asimov's Caves of Steel helps establish the rebooted Legioinnaires as representatives of the United Planets. They abuse their new powers, but they also do good. Honestly though, I could not have cared less. I'm in this latest reboot for Supergirl. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Mar 23, 2006

    Overall, this was not a bad issue. It was actually quite good. But as I mentioned in the beginning, I suspect my expectations were extremely high, plus the first five pages didn't set well with me. I still don't know how or why Supergirl is in this title, but I look forward to finding out. If you haven't read or bought Legion of Super-Heroes, then you may want to pick up Supergirl & the Legion of Super-Heroes. This is a great jumping on point. We just need to work on DC's math skills now.. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Mar 27, 2006

    Its funny how times have changed. Once I longed for Superboy to get his dull butt out of the way of all the fascinating characters Grell and Cockrum were dreaming up in the exciting and glamorous future. And he did, as his supporting cast eventually took over his series. But that was thirty years ago, and now Im pleased to welcome back a member of the El family to the fold. Shes provided the spark, at least in this issue, to ignite a moribund title and inspire different sorts of stories for their second year. Read Full Review

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