Supergirl #9

    Supergirl » Supergirl #9 - Like Daughter released by DC Comics on July 2012.

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    SUPERGIRL aids the new SILVER BANSHEE against her father, the deadly BLACK BANSHEE!

    Supergirl finds out about her weakness to magic – the hard way!



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    Scream. 0

    Synopsis: Kara confronts Black Banshee.Poor Kara. Just as soon as she found Siobhan, someone who could communicate with her and who she could become friends with to adapt on Earth, she has to deal with that person's family curse. Yes, Black Banshee, the father of Silver Banshee, is making Kara's life on Earth even more difficult. Thank you Michael Green and Mike Johnson for making Kara's life a living hell.Kara already has an uneasy relationship on Earth with the people and it's made even worse ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

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    Supergirl #9 ReviewOverview:Supergirl and Silver Banshee fight Black BansheeThe Good:I really like this series and seeing Supergirl adjust to Earth. One of the things I enjoyed about this particular issue was a comment she made about not knowing what magic was, it made her seem out of place but realistic and it was really cool. The opening flashback was interesting and I liked how the focus was on Silver Banshee.That leads to the best thing about the issue: Silver Banshee. I did some research he...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Lonely Girl, Scream To The Heavens For Your Friend 0

    This cover takes the quality of the idea of last issue's cover, and combines it with the, imo, better art style of Mahmud Asrar. Supergirl's awkward face really dampened the effect of the previous cover, but this one doesn't have that, but has an equally compelling design.I wont go about bashing George Perez, I'm just not a big fan of his. His style's kind of stale. So I'm really happy to see Mahmud Asrar back on the series, even if it does annoy me that Perez's one issue was part of an arc and ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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