Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle are leaving Supergirl

DC just announced some devastating news at NYCC: Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle are being replaced on SUPERGIRL. Because they, uh, hate good storytelling and a super family book they can be proud of?

Review: Supergirl #56

I continue to enjoy the Bizarro story tremendously. It’s got bizarro humor, poignant moments between super cousins, giant space insects, and an exploding cubic planet only our hero can save!

Review: Supergirl #55

Supergirl #55 was a super fun time! Silver Age zaniness, lessons learned from a twisted version of Supergirl, movement on the Cat Grant front, X-ray vision used as intended, impulse issues, and a parting shot of Supergirl commandeering a spaceship to travel to Bizarro World.

Review: Supergirl #54

When Jimmy “Turtle Boy” Olson is doing a better job at heroing than the star, things are bad! Also, I want to give BizarroGirl a hug. But she’d probably hate that.

Review: SUPERGIRL #53

After the end of the long New Krypton crossover, Supergirl #53 continues the story that Sterling Gates began setting up way back in Supergirl #34 with the introduction of the Linda Lang secret identity. I was very eager to move on from War of the Supermen, but I couldn’t imagine how Supergirl would go on after such devastation.