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Continuing the new arc by the freshly minted creative team of writer Nick Spencer (JIMMY OLSEN, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS, Morning Glories) and artist Bernard Chang (WONDER WOMAN, SUPERMAN)! Someone has set his sights on killing the next generation of heroes, and his latest targets are Robin and Batgirl! Who is this new foe, and how is he connected to some of Superman's deadliest foes? Supergirl had better find out fast, before it's time for another Bat-related R.I.P. story!    


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Supergirl Vs. a Killer App 0

Supergirl faces a new deadly villain who is threatening her with a dangerous smart phone app...really.  The Good Something really felt off last issue with the beginning of the new direction with the new creative team. Having time to let those events sink in, I have a little more appreciation for where the series is going now. I'm still not totally crazy about Supergirl's new villain but I do appreciate the creation of a new nemesis for her. She needs her own villains and hopefully as we learn mo...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Has anyone really thought about how stupid this story is? 0

  Cover The cover was pretty good. I am actually happy with it because I was actually excited to see Damian and that does not happen that often with me. Story Alex still wants to kill Supergirl. Lois gives the heads up on app that is up that follows heroes. Supergirl meets up with Damian and they are on the hunt to find out who made the app. Best Part I liked seeing Damian and Supergirl together they work as a good team. It is kind of like the relationship that Damian has with Batgirl. The talk ...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

I wonder what people would rate this phone app... 0

Synopsis: Supergirl teams up with Robin as the mysterious phone app starts targeting other heroes. What's Good? While Nick Spencer is absent in this issue, James Peaty takes the lead as the writer. Again, Supergirl is not like her cousin, so she'll do things not normal (like scaring away teenagers because they're hitting on her). Besides Supergirl, Peaty got a good handle on other character's personalities as well, like with Lois Lane and Damian. In the past comics that featured Supergirl tea...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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