Power Girl #15

    Power Girl » Power Girl #15 - Bomb Squad: Part Two released by DC Comics on October 1, 2010.

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    Who sent the massive being known as Crash to destroy all of New York? And now that Power Girl has placed herself directly in the way, is the destruction all the villain wants – or is something more going on? Everything's not as it seems as Power Girl's life and city quite literally come collapsing down around her!



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    Speedy Review:     This is an intriguing book.  I was on board, originally because of the creative team of Gray/ Palmiotti/ and Conner and secondly because of my love for Power Girl.  Now I am here because I love the story and the direction that Winick has taken the book.  The humor is here the great art is here, no not Amanda great but still great no the less.  The book has to tie into Winick''s other project Generation Lost and he promised that it would do so lightly and this months shocker go...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Power Girl needs to work on hiding her identity. 0

    Story: The story starts off with a little scene from Randall Mikavic's past as a child and his roaring arms success in the present. Now Power Girl is currently getting pulverized by him in his cyborg form. Power Girl calls Nick and asks for help and poses as Kara. She wants any bit of info on Mikavic as possible and being that Nick is an expert in nano technology he is the right man for the job. We find out that Nick went to jail for identity theft. Kara says that she is friends with Power Girl ...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    One problem after another for PG. 0

    Its bad enough that Power Girl's company might be going bankrupt, but how do you stop an alien like cyborg from destroying New York? And thats not her only problem after its over.  Pros:  This issue focuses more on Power Girl trying to stop Crash from destroying New York. Judd Winick gives PG some more personality when it comes to her fighting Crash with the dialouge, the same goes with Crash. Besides using her strength to fight Crash, PG uses her brain when to find a weakness to him. There's a ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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