Covers for Supergirl #17-22 have been added to the gallery.
You may have noticed all the Power Girl posts recently and thought, “Power Girl should have her own site!”
Yeah? Me too! While I’ve thought of Maid of Might as a co-Supergirl/Power Girl fansite for a while, Supergirl naturally always comes first. And I think Power Girl deserves better than that.
That’s why I’m happy to announce that Power-Girl.org is officially live!
I also recently started a tumblr to keep track of my favourite fanart pieces I find. Expect a lot more picspamming both here and over at Power-Girl.org in the future!
Ame-Comi Girls Vol. 1 TP
Writers: Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti
Artists: Amanda Conner, Tony Akins, Walden Wong, Sanford Greene, Ted Naifeh, Mike Bowden and Santi Casas
Collects: Ame-Comi Girls #1-5
$14.99 US, 168 pg
Worlds’ Finest Vol. 2 TP
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artists: Kevin Maguire, George Perez, Sandra Hope, Cliff Richards, Cafu, Yildiray Cinar, Phil Jimenez, Barry Kitson and Geraldo Borges
Collects: Worlds’ Finest #6-12
$14.99 US, 160 pg
Superman Family Adventures Vol. 2 TP
Writers: Art Baltazar and Franco
Artist: Art Baltazar
Collects: Superman Family Adventures #7-12
$12.99 US, 128 pg
Power Girl: Power Trip TP
Writers: Geoff Johns, Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti
Artists: Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti
Collects: JSA Classified #1-4 and Power Girl #1-12
$29.99 US, 392 pg
Supergirl Vol. 3 TP
Writer: Mike Johnson
Artists: Mahmud Asrar and Sami Basri
Collects: Supergirl #13-19
$14.99 US, 160 pg
The comics pages have been completely updated and revamped so that each incarnation of Supergirl and Power Girl (in DCU continuity) has a) a complete list of appearances (chronology) and b) a list of collected editions (where such exist) to make tracking down what to read as easy as possible. Cheers!
Very cute! Nice to see these in mainstream stores. In addition to the following tees on the Old Navy website, the physical store also carries a purple tee with a purple Bat symbol according to DCWKA.
I wouldn’t mind seeing a little more range in characters from mass market retailers. There’s lots of character models for licensees to choose from in Jose Luis Garcia Lopez‘s DC Style Guides!