Written by; Sterling Gates
Pencils Inks, Colors by Bengal
Cover by Cat Staggs
Review by Paul Fiander
As we left Kara she was dueling with Rampage and had just seen a D.E.O. helicopter complete with her sister Alex onboard (is it just me or should Alex start thinking of keeping her feet on the ground) taken out by the rather large alien criminal. This issue follows straight on from that point and the reasoning behind the exposition gives us an easy access point into the current situation. The action of the scene is fast and allows Bengal to literally explode out of the screen. Once the opening is said and done though it’s the glimpses of the Danver sisters we get that allow the artist to really flex his creative muscles. From a boot to a automatic weapon everything is lovingly created to give a seamless visual experience.
The weekly release schedule is a challenge but so far the creative team seem upto the task. Whether this series is your companion to the TV show or your only consumption of Supergirl you will not be disappointed.