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The Mary Sue Exclusive

The Mary Sue’s Exclusive Preview of Supergirl #17!

Do not adjust your television set: that is Wonder Woman. Supergirl’s valiant efforts to return to the past and save her family, friends, culture, species and world from destruction are messing with the safety of earth something fierce, and that means the Justice League has gotten involved. PS: Probably Wonder Woman won’t die.

• The penutimate chaper of “H’EL ON EARTH”!
• Earth is on the brink of destruction as H’El’s machinations come to fruition!
• How far will Kara go to save Krypton?

Written by: Mike Johnson
Art by: Mahmud Asrar
Cover by: Mahmud Asrar
Color/B&W: Color
Page Count: 32
U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Feb 20 2013

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  • Jen

    So… they took two awesome heroines and gave them a cat fight for a plot line? :

  • Christopher LaHaise

    Hey, if she’s lucky, she might undo the New 52. One has to wonder, it was caused by Flash going back in time and changing events – but the thing is – how did his actions change alien cultures or the ancient past? Seriously? Well, if that’s the case, perhaps Supergirl can change even *more* since she’s going to the days of Krypton. Wouldn’t that be nice.

  • Kathryn

    Holy Granola, what is wrong with Supergirl’s leg on the title page?!

  • Jill Pantozzi

    I wouldn’t really consider it a cat fight. This storyline has been going on through a few of the Super-titles and she’s fought pretty much everyone in the Justice League. In the last part she beat up the Flash pretty good.

  • Lisa Liscoumb

    I was wondering what was wrong with her neck. It looks like her breasts have been pushed up like a shelf (that’s some pushup bra!), and her neck just plopped down on top – like one of those dolls where the head comes off!

  • Captain ZADL

    Why the hell can’t they wear pants?

  • Kathryn

    And she doesn’t have any breasts to push up!

  • Dryad

    I love the Supergirl series, but I’ll be happy when it gets back to being just her story rather than a tie-in. Those can be clever when done well; I liked how Death of the Family brought all the stories together in the end, and you only had to buy the one issue of Batman at the end (which I was getting anyway, so I’m biased here I guess) to tie them all off. But Supergirl’s the only Super title I get, and I don’t really want to buy three titles just to be able to follow one, so I’m left kind of piecing together a storyline that’s jumping around oddly. I’m still enjoying it, but I hope they don’t start doing this all the time they way they do in some books. Give Kara her own stories!

  • Anonymous

    2 thoughts on this:
    1) Comics are 3 bucks a pop now???
    2) NIce tampad they have in place of SG’s underwear.

  • Magic Xylophone

    I think it’s a combination of her trapezius being too thick, her head being too high, and her armpit being too close to her clavicle.

  • Kathryn

    $3 an issue is *low*. A lot of DC and Marvel titles are $4, which is also the standard rate for Boom! and IDW titles.

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  • Joanna

    Anatomy fail.

  • Anonymous

    What on earth is up with supergirls pants? that is just WRONG :(

  • MythMason

    They tried, but the sophomoric and die hard traditionalist members of the comic book reading community got their Underoos in a knot. I still think WW may end up in pants eventually…they’re just going to take it gradually and ease the naysayers into it.

  • Anonymous

    What the hell is going on with their underwear?! O_o Also, how are we meant to believe SuperGirl can beat up anybody when her arms and legs look like noodles? In the case of her legs, misshapen and disturbingly shiny noodles!