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Meet Supergirl. She's got the unpredictable behavior of a teenager, the same powers as Superman – and none of his affection for the people of Earth. So don't piss her off!

Something that looks like a meteor shower lands on Earth, which is investigated by an unrevealed organization. When the biggest of the 'meteors' land in Russia, the organization sends two intercept teams to the crash site.

Kara Zor-El awakes in a blizzard in Siberia, but doesn't feel very cold. She initially believes herself to be dreaming, reinforced by her wearing her post-graduation uniform she has yet to earn, and various other factors. She is confronted by the intercept team (men in powered armors) who attempt to inform her she is in a restricted area, which she does not understand due to the language barrier. When they try to 'contain' her, the sun rises. Her powers activate, though using them against the intercept team has varying degrees of success. When she breaks apart the armor of one of the attackers, she tries to interrogate him of her current whereabouts, with little success. Superman appears on the scene, knocking out the remaining attacker. He tells Kara to stop.

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A new beginning for Kara 0

Synopsis: Supergirl arrives on Earth.What's Good?When I heard that Supergirl was starting over, I was disappointed. I find Jeph Leob's origin story in Superman/Batman my favorite. It made way for another Supergirl series, that really shaped Kara into adapting to Earth and learning how to be a superhero. So, I'm guessing that Michael Green and Mike Johnson is trying to recreate that idea only this time, it's under the new DC universe.But here's the thing: Supergirl is one of the rare few comics f...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The Yin to Superboy's Yang 0

The Good: I really like this cover. It's a pretty standard 'issue 1' kind of cover, but it does a little tiny more to distinguish itself. Plus I love just about everything about Supergirl's new costume. From the awesome funky cape to the weird awesome 'knee hole' boots. The art in this book is very pretty. The style is quite cartoony without being childish, and then its given a bit of a watercolor polish. It doesn't explain a lot, but it uses this style to its advantage. Supergirl crashes down t...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The Dream Isn't Over 0

I have never been a big fan of the Superman related titles, but I have to say in terms of starting a new series after a reboot that this is absolutely the way to go about it.  There is actually not much to this issue, a lot of is eaten up by an extended battle sequence.  It is the character of Supergirl which shines through magnificently here though.  She wakes up from the alien craft which has fallen to Earth, yet thinks she is still on Krypton.  The exploration of her thought process as she fi...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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