Supergirl #5

    Supergirl » Supergirl #5 - Homecoming released by DC Comics on March 2012.

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    Homecoming last edited by The_Kidd on 06/16/21 09:20AM View full history

    After leaving Earth, Supergirl flies off into space towards Krypton b efore discovering that the sunstone can create teleporation portal. This leads her to Argo City where she gets an explanation from her father and meets a new player who may have answers. However, it is not clear if she is a friend or foe.



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    Tell the world that I am coming home 0

    After the run so far to start the series,  which broke down one episode into four issues, the action gets a little more compacted here, while also drawing out some of the explanations.  Kara has had enough of Earth and flies off into space when she discovers the sunstone also can be used for teleportation, which she uses to teleport to Argo City.  There she discovers a message from her father but also an unknown entity in Reign.  She seems to be a friend, but she might be a foe.  It is hard to s...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    "Grieve the life you knew." 0

    Synopsis: Kara returns home, but will she find what she's looking for?What's Good?So, let's check off the bad things that happened to Kara in this issue.-She finds her city abandoned.-Her parents are missing.-On the sunstone, she finds out that Krypton is destroyed and sees her father being killed.-The sunstone turns to ash.-She gets taken down by a Worldkiller called Reign.Those things would make anyone upset, and that's what makes this issue so compelling. She's desperate for answers, and in r...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Lonely Girl In an Empty World Called Home 0

    With each passing issue, I'm seeing more and more resemblance to Ico between the lines in this series. There's a continued theme of lonely innocence, though the communication gap isn't present in this issue. However, its replaced by gorgeous sprawling empty ruins. Like The Queen, Reign catches Supergirl playing in her garden, and she wants to corrupt her, turn her against the world as she herself was corrupted... Ok, maybe I need to tone down on drawing links between the two, but I'm still impre...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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