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Power Girl juggles her life like a true businesswoman: helping Batman defeat a weather-wielding metahuman, using her news network to clear an innocent man's name and stumbling into a blossoming romance. But she'll need all her resources to take on Dr. Day, her corporate archnemesis!

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POWER GIRL IS ONE OF THE BEST! 0

Power Girl #25. It's sad to say but in DC'S reboot thing Power Girl won't be having her own series but she will be making appearances. To me that sucks because this series has been awesome and rarely disappointed me. She is one of my favorite characters and deserves her series. So this is the last issue of this story. Power Girl and Bruce try to stop Rayhan Mazin from destroying Gotham with his weather powers. He gets to the hospital again and tries to see his father. Kara is left with fighting ...

22 out of 22 found this review helpful.

Power Girl vs. The Forces of Nature 0

Power Girl and Batman continue their team-up this month as they take on Rayhan Mazin, a storm-powered hero with on a personal warpath. How will our heroine face wind and water when there's nothing to punch!?The GoodWhile I'm usually not a fan of Judd Winick's work, this issue was actually pretty decent. I'm a big fan of the portrayal of Rayhan Mazin, the Quraci superhero with the powers of a storm. Seeing the personal drama of his history unfold while Power Girl and Batman clean up his "mess" wa...

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

She is one of the best. 0

Synopsis: Power Girl and Batman tackle a metahuman, falsely accused of something he didn't do and with weather powers. What's Good? This second part of this story went exactly like I thought it would, but  it was how Judd Winick it was handled it. Rayham was wrongfully accused of being a terrorist, and what's worse is being claimed to be a terrorist with superpowers. He doesn't want to make trouble, he just wants to see his father that's in the hospital. Winick makes Rayham relate to how we m...

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