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On the eve of Krypton’s destruction, who sent Supergirl from Krypton to Earth – and why? The answer is not what you think!

Plus: Learn the answer to a mystery that’s been driving Supergirl mad for months: Who shot her father, Zor-El?!

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House of El 0

Over the course of the entire series thus far, I think that this issue stands out as one of the best.  There is not a whole lot of action in this story, but that actually is what makes it that much better, as for the first time in the series the writer takes a step back and looks at the characters.  The story here is a familiar one to readers of the Superman related titles as it mostly just incorporates in the usual story of the explosion of Krypton.  This offers a bit more developments along th...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Supergirl #0 Review 0

Supergirl #0 ReviewOverview:The tale of how Kara came to Earth is told and boy is it a doozy.The Good:This story was amazing. It answered questions but laid the ground work for so many more it was great. This is the reason that DC made Zero Month. The story is from the point of view of Kara’s father, Zor-El, and it makes the story so much better. It shows how far he was willing to go to save Kara, by experimenting with the Worldkillers from earlier issues and how he tried to save Argo but his su...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A Guardian's Sacrfice 0

Krypton is falling apart and is nearing destruction, but how did Kara escape her doomed planet? Krypton and Supergirl's past are revealed!PlusSlow claps for both Michael Green and Mike Johnson for their take on Supergirl's Zero Issue. The dialogue was perfect in carrying the heavy emotions of the characters in this issue. Centered on Zor-El, the writers couldn't have picked a better character as their primary focus. The plot was simple and easy to grasp, the pace was spot on, and it's artistic t...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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