This issue Supergirl ponders all the things she has done and all of the places she has been in order to find herself and her place in the DCU. One way she chooses to deal with it is to go on a date with the new Boomerang. Once again I am finding the book interesting, not so much for Supergirl, but the characters she is surrrounded with.
Power Girl giving her a talking down to because of her decision to leave Kandor, but it is Captain Boomerang who is written to near perfection, as a guy who is on a "date" with a girl he finds out is to young for him to be out with. There is a big brother tone to it, giving it a dash of realism. It is most certainly the hi - light of the book.