Apart from Ms. Marvel 2 and the final issue of Animal Man, there wasn’t anything too special on my pull list this week. Sure, a few storylines wrapped up and Supergirl joined the Red Lanterns, but otherwise this felt like … Continue reading
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This is the second Supergirl issue for Michael Alan Nelson, and the first of a new storyline. The last issue was wonderful, so how is this one?
Supergirl 10 This issue concludes the 3-issue arc pitting Supergirl against the Black Banshee. It takes place shortly after the Banshee used his magic to completely absorb Supergirl’s body and spirit. How will she get out of this one?
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