You may have noticed all the Power Girl posts recently and thought, “Power Girl should have her own site!” Yeah? Me too! While I’ve thought of Maid of Might as a co-Supergirl/Power Girl fansite for a while, Supergirl naturally always comes first. And I think Power Girl deserves better than that. That’s why I’m happy… Read More »
DC’s current management proves once again that they haven’t a clue what their characters are about. The whole concept of Power Girl is that she’s not Supergirl. Now in the new version of Earth 2 she’s…Supergirl?! What’s wrong with these people?
A round-up of Perez and Maguire’s comments on the costume. The costume we saw on World’s Finest #1 was designed by Maguire, based on very specific parameters given to him by higher-ups.
The cover to Worlds’ Finest #1 suggests some startling changes to Power Girl and Huntress’ identities.
The Supergirl in the DC Animated Universe page has had some new content added (expanded profile, TV episode summaries) and copy rewritten.
Some new issues have been added to the Power Girl comics page, which doesn’t list every issue she’s ever appeared in (that’s what the Comic Book Database is for!), but covers what I hope are all of the relevant and/or interesting appearances for her. Issues added: Showcase: Power Girl (1978), Huntress: Dark Knight Daughter (TPB), Secret Origins #11 (1987), downloads for Power Girl (1988), Infinite Crisis, the latest JSA trades, and Justice League: Generation Lost. The page was getting so long that I decided to break it up into three distinctive “era” pages.
Power Girl is returning to the DC Universe with a simple premise: “Stranded on our world from a parallel reality, Huntress and Power Girl struggle to find their way back to Earth 2.”
DC confirms that Karen Starr will appear in one of the 52 titles. Does that mean Power Girl is in the DCnU?
Here is a series I truly never expected to be reprinted. Even more surprising is that DC would put this out first in hardcover. It’s set to ship June 28, 2011. The cover price is $40 USD (!!), but Amazon preorders are 37% off. Power Girl made Infinity, Inc. her home after a six issue… Read More »