DC Comics has begun reprinting the entire Supergirl series in deluxe-sized collections. These volumes reprint two collected editions in one and for the first time include the crossover issues that were skipped in the original trade run. They are being released simultaneously in print and digital editions.
Supergirl Vol. 1: The Girl of Steel
Collects Supergirl #0-10 & #12 (originally published 2005-2006). Supergirl #11 takes place AFTER #12 in-story.
The first 19 issues of this series were poorly received, leading to a soft reboot starting in Supergirl #23 when Matt Idelson replaced Eddie Berganza as Superman group editor.
Written by Jeph Loeb, Joe Kelly, Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray (#12); Art by Michael Turner, Ian Churchill, Ed Benes, Ron Adrian, Ale Garza, Amanda Conner (#12).
Supergirl Vol. 2: Breaking the Chain
Collects Supergirl #11, 13-22, and the Supergirl story from Infinite Holiday Special #1. Reprints issues #20-22 for the first time.
The series went spectacularly off the rails in these issues, and the entire Joe Kelly run was later retconned away as being kryptonite-induced hallucinations.
Written by Joe Kelly (#11,13-19), Tony Bedard (#20-22); Art by Joe Benitez (#11), Ian Churchill (#13-15), Alé Garza (#16-#19), Renato Guedes (#20-22).
Supergirl Vol. 3: Ghosts of Krypton
Collects Action Comics #850 and Supergirl #23-33.
Written by Kelley Puckett, Will Pfeifer, James Peaty (Supergirl #23-33), Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza, Geoff Johns (Action Comics #850); Art by Drew Johnson, Lee Ferguson, Rick Leonardi, Ron Randall, Brad Walker (Supergirl) #23-33, Renato Guedes (Action Comics #850).
Supergirl: Beyond Good and Evil (out of print)
For two years she has fought the good fight, the world still views her as a lesser version of the Man of Steel. What will it take for the most powerful girl on Earth to prove herself? Supergirl’s quest will take her from her own past on the doomed planet of Krypton to the distant future of the Legion of Super-Heroes; from the edge of the universe to a mysterious planet where the name of Supergirl is feared and hated.Written by Kelley Puckett (Supergirl), Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza, Geoff Johns (Action Comics #850); Art by Drew Johnson, Lee Ferguson, Rick Leonardi (Supergirl), Renato Guedes (Action Comics #850).
Supergirl: Way of the World (out of print)
A young boy is about to succumb to cancer and Supergirl makes a promise not to let him die – a vow she will take drastic measures to keep. Superman and Wonder Woman believe Kara’s obsession is dangerous and want her to stop. But Supergirl is determined.Written by Kelley Puckett, Will Pfeifer, James Peaty; Art by Drew Johnson, Ron Randall, Brad Walker.
Supergirl Vol. 4: Daughter of New Krypton
On sale Jan 16, 2018
Available for preorder at Amazon
Collects Supergirl #34-43. Reprints #35-36 for the first time in a Supergirl trade.
Written by Sterling Gates; Art by Jamal Igle, Matthew Clark, Jon Sibal and Keith Champagne; Cover by Joshua Middleton.
The following collections were all reprinted in 2016 to capitalize on the success of the TV series. They are gradually being replaced by the deluxe editions.
Supergirl Vol. 6: Who is Superwoman?
Collects Supergirl #34, 37-41.
Supergirl Vol. 7: Friends and Fugitives
Collects Supergirl #43 and 45-47, Action Comics #881-882 and Superman Secret Files 2009 #1.
Spilling out of the stunning finale of “Codename: Patriot,” Supergirl and her best friend Flamebird find themselves banned from planet Earth! Though the Kryptonian childhood friends find themselves at each other’s throats, they must work together if they’re going to track down the man who murdered Supergirl’s father, the human known as Reactron!
Written by Sterling Gates and Greg Rucka; Art by Jamal Igle and others.
Supergirl Vol. 8: Death and the Family
Collects Supergirl #48-50 and Supergirl Annual #1.
The Silver Banshee returns and this time she’s after an artifact that could break her family’s curse. Meanwhile, Lana Lang’s mysterious condition gets worse. Can Supergirl save her?
Written by Sterling Gates, with Helen Slater & Jake Black (Supergirl #50: A Hero’s Journey). Art by Jamal Igle, Cliff Chiang and others.
Supergirl Vol. 9: Bizarrogirl
Collects Supergirl #53-59 and Supergirl Annual #2.
Enter Bizarro Supergirl! But how did she get to Earth and what does she want? The real Supergirl better find out fast, or else there won’t be much left of Metropolis to save! And to make things worse, an even bigger threat looms on the horizon with an eye for the Girl of Steel.
Written by Sterling Gates; Art by Jamal Igle and Matt Camp.
Supergirl Vol. 10 [CANCELLED]
A final trade paperback was to have been released to collect the final issues in the series, Supergirl #60-67. It was cancelled by DC Comics and never re-solicited. These issues will likely be collected in the new deluxe editions.