Power Girl #21

    Power Girl » Power Girl #21 - Old Friends released by DC Comics on April 1, 2011.

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    Power Girl fights alongside the Justice League International, and they're moments away from uncovering Max Lord's master plan. Can Power Girl convince others to join their cause? As the battle of this lost generation of heroes comes to a head, sides are chosen and partnerships are forged!

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    Generation Lost 18.5! 0

    Now right off the bat I'm going to be honest, I've never read a single issue of the Power Girl series before this. The only reason I picked this up was because it ties in to Generation Lost which is one of my favorite series right now. So make of that what you will.  The Good: Great companion piece to Generation Lost! Picks up right where Generation Lost #18 ended and follows Power Girl in her attempt to convince Batman (Dick Grayson) about Max Lord, and the truth behind Ted Kords death. I reall...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Ted Kord: A hero even after death 0

    Synopsis: What can you do in order to make people believe that Maxwell Lord exist? What's Good? Despite how serious this series has turned, I do like that Judd Winick adds some sort of humor like he did in the beginning of the issue. Ever since Power Girl and the other JSI remembered who Maxwell Lord is, it's been hard for anyone else to remember thanks to what Lord did in the beginning of Brightest Day. The one person that's a key to finding out the truth --Ted Kord, aka Blue Beetle, is dead, ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Missing Pieces. 0

    This is my intro where I'd normally say how I love Power Girl and then make some double entendre about boobs or something...  I'm going to resist doing that here and just say that Power Girl continues to be a very fun and enjoyable series.  The current arc suffers somewhat from having so much tie-in with Justice League: Generation Lost, but if you can sew together just what is going on in the DCU right now, Power Girl #21 is a piece of the puzzle worth checking out. Lost and Found This Power Gir...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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