I’m not a fan of the “Ame-Comi” statues—they’re cute, but they too often cross the line into stripper-wear. They’re also far too expense for what are not actually...
This was a super fun issue and a definite “buy it!” Setting Supergirl on a college campus worked better than I expected.
When I saw the way Supergirl was drawn in this story I almost decided not to get this book. The story has some serious problems that keep it from being as enjoyable as it could have been.
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!
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.
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.