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Winick, Basri to take over Power Girl with issue #13

Power Girl #13

Power Girl #13

Following up on the announcement that Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner are leaving Power Girl after issue #12, DC’s the Source blog reveals who will be replacing them. Starting with issue #13, writer Judd Winick and artist Sami Basri will chronicle the adventures of Kara Zor-L.

“It is with GREAT fear and excitement that Sami and I leap into this gig,” Winick said. “Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, and Amanda Conner have bought an amazing, fresh, and inventive rebirth to this character. Our greatest challenge will be to remain faithful to what they’ve created and also take Power Girl to a new place. As far as the course that the story will take, I’ll be uncharacteristically forthcoming : The story is tied to JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST. Not CHAINED to it, but tied. Power Girl has a history with the JLI that will be explored. A lot.”

As previously reported, Winick is teaming with writer Keith Giffen on the 26-issue biweekly Justice League: Generation Lost mini-series.

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hahahahahahaha see you power girl. Man I can’t wait to hear PG fans reaction to this news!

Well, I´m a fan and the art looks good at least. I like some of Winnick´s work so I´m not sad at all.
Let´s just wait and see what they got…

Well…”disappointing” doesn’t quite cover it.

Guess the buck stops with #12. Literally.

Well…we’ll probably get a Power Girl vs. Jason Todd arc at some point. That should be…exciting?

Judd “Chuck Austen 2.0″ Winick in PG? Sad day, sad future for this funny and great comic. Dropped.

So, we taking bets yet on who comes out of the closet first? OH! I know! Terra and Kara fall in love, only to discover that PG has… KRYPTONIAN AIDS!!!!

Huh. All you naysayers can fully admit that you haven’t read Barry Ween if you think Judd can’t bring the same level of funny that the team is now. I got issue one of this series and dug it, but had admittedly gotten it to compliment the totally sweet Terra mini. When I get a chance, I’ll be getting the rest of the series and may give the new team a shot (if it weren’t for all the books I’ll be picking up starting May and June- holy cripes Marvel and DC have got my number coming up).

Fan. Tastic. Jurgens off Booster, Blue Beetle hasn’t been good since Rogers left (though at least we got Leverage out of that deal), Canary/Arrow marriage is probably in the crapper now, Simone off Wonder Woman (but returning to Birds, so a wash), Tomasi and Gleason leaving Green Lantern Corps, and now this. It’s like DC WANTS me to drop books, which is okay by my wife, but I did like feeling I was doing my bit to keep my LCS in business…. bah.

whyyyy ;_;! Man, I’ll give the new team a shot but it’s sort of like “we know you guys loved this but… here’s something completely different!”. I’d love it if it was successful but it’s a really tough act to follow.

He knows how to write a fun-filled book. So I’ll hold to the book.

JUST KEEP THE BOOB WINDOW!

“He knows how to write a fun-filled book.”

Green Arrow: Now With AIDS Chick.

Green Arrow, Titans and now Power Girl, Can one writer drive three potential franchises for DC Comics into oblivion in a row? LET’S FIND OUT.

It’s times like this I thank Jeebus I work in a comic shop and don’t have to pay for this sort of thing if I dont want to.

Andrew Collins

March 18, 2010 at 3:27 pm

I’ll give them maybe an issue or two and that’s about it. The only thing keeping me interested is the mention of ties to the JLA: Generation Lost mini-series. I’m interested in that, but that’s also being purchased on a tentative basis…

Awww, what? No more cheesecake art?

Nothing like ridiculous fan hyperbole to end my day with. Winick has proven before that he can write lighthearted and humor well enough, and Sam Brasi is incredible. I mean seriously folks, the reaction I’ve been hearing makes it sounds like Chuck Austen and Ed Benes just took over the book.

“Green Arrow, Titans and now Power Girl, Can one writer drive three potential franchises for DC Comics into oblivion in a row? LET’S FIND OUT.”

Winnick’s Titans was great. Looking forward to this.

“Winick has proven before that he can write lighthearted and humor well enough, and Sam Brasi is incredible”

If my humour you mean “turn characters into a joke”., then absolutely…

“Winnick’s Titans was great”

Let’s be honest. It was not. The pointless wait between the special and the ongoing hurt it, and losing Churchill in favour of the wretched Bennett didnt help, but these are characters that should have created a top ten book and they FAILED, to the point where the concept is near “radioactive” and they’re giving the book to the villains

If this looks anything like Sami’s work on Fall Out Toy Works it will look fantastic. Loved what Amanda did and Sami’s work should compliment it really well.

I would like to see a story line involving New Krypton including her “mother” and “twin” sister. She got left out in the two New Krypton series.

I don’t care WHO took it over.
I’m stopping PG when her re-inventors leave.
The same way I stopped Blue Beetle after the Giffen/Hamner reinvention.
I’m only on-board Batwoman/Detective when Rucka/Williams are working on her story.
And probably Zatanna too, for as long as Dini and Roux are working it together.

DC really needs to learn that the creative teams + the character are what drive the product, not the fact that it’s an ongoing series. If it’s gonna be a limited run, then start breaking it into minis, instead of faltering series.

…Well it could be good as long as Winick doesn’t do any “very special issues.”

“Let’s be honest. It was not.”

Actually, it was. Certainly the first arc was.

Chris, you do realize that it was Geoff Johns and NOT Palmiotti that reinvented Power Girl, yeah?

Don’t forget his Outsiders and Green Lantern.
Craaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap!

This is really disappointing, at least to me. This is the guy who turned Kyle Rayner into a guest star in his own book. His Outsiders was meh, Titans was the last straw. I’ll be stopping this book after 12.

I’m not here to discuss Winick or my long time obsession with Power Girl. As much as I would love to have been inspired to post a comment reflecting either. But I would like to point out how immature it is of other commenting posters to use Winick’s use of HIV (which is not AIDS) as deterrent against anything he has ever written.

Millions of people in the world are struggling with HIV, you probably know a few, except your narrow minded and schoolyard sense of self-righteous entitlement probably keeps them from sharing with you. HIV affects a lot of people. A LOT. Not just those with the virus, but those who know them, it effects a lot of people and the fact that Winick is the only writer to use it his mainstream comic’s work is something that needs to be applauded.

So frankly I hope Kara spends the next twelve issues of her series helping spread the word of a physical condition that effects millions of people from every walk of life, from every status, and perhaps he’ll bring back a little of the old blond b***h from the old days to smack whiny little men who can’t face the realities of the world without crying like babies.

DC is truly stupid. They just keep recycling the same old tired writers through all their titles under the misleading banner of “Bold New Direction”! These games of musical chairs exhaust the patience and interest of readers. I seriously cannot take it anymore – and neither can my wallet.

Power Girl: As gay as the day is long!

Fan Fave Judd Winick takes Power Girl into a BOLD new direction, DOWN SOUTH! Yes, look for innuendo, cliches, gimmicks and at least one social issue crammed into your brain till you want to cry.

What’s next, Jonah Hex ?

Palmiotti and Gray need to be at Marvel anyway.

In the past few years, Judd Winick has done a less-than-stellar job on Green Arrow/Black Canary (and let’s be honest, the only reason his run on that shines is because Kriesberg – who is a much worse choice than Winick – had a horrible run in which he pretty much showed he has no idea who Black Canary is) and Titans. Yeah, his Batman stuff hasn’t been bad, but the rest of it has just been…all flavors of bad.

I mean, seriously, what is DC thinking here? The whole point of Power Girl’s solo was to give her time to shine in the spotlight on her own, which she deserves after all this time. Suddenly, she’s tied with the JLI again? That too with a writer who more than likely will not be able to do her a lot of (and this pun is so unintentional) justice?

It’s just such a bad move on DC’s part. There are plenty of writers who could actually write Power Girl well, and Winick is not one of them. Marc Andreyko would rock this book. Ivory Madison could possibly even have an interesting tale to tell with Power Girl. But Winick? That’s worse than Heinberg on Wonder Woman.

Somebody should take up a pool on which supporting character gets killed in the first issue, only to not be really dead shortly after. And then which supporting character will be killed off second. And then third. At least, that’s how it worked in Green Arrow/Black Canary before I dropped it for being too predictable and BORING.

The Ugly American

March 18, 2010 at 8:04 pm

Gay Power Girl in 3.. 2.. 1.

Well, couldn’t have put a bullet into this series faster than putting Winick on it.

The Ugly American

March 18, 2010 at 8:09 pm

Oh wait, you could do it faster. By giving it KRYPTONIAN AIDS. RIGHT, ChaosMKenzie?

Seriously, this guy has botched every DC Series he’s written. The only good work he’s done is Barry Ween, Juniper Lee cartoon, and Pedro and Me. The rest of it is ca-rap. Every time I give my money to a book he’s written, it’s an unreadable disappointment.

Good bye, Power Girl.

I am very excited about this. I think that I am not going to judge anything until I see it first hand. POWER GIRL IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE TITLES

Ween was very good, but a long time ago. The promo art does not look slice of life, nor amusing. The artist looks capable, just have to wait and see what Winick decides to do. PG doesn’t have to be light and funny all the time, but I do not want to see anymore manufactured melodrama, ala Supergirl.

I’ll give this one issue for the sake of the character. Otherwise, I’ll be yet another drop in the wave of resentment that seems to be continuously growing.

I really want this to be the Barry Ween Winick and not the ‘Superman punched the universe so hard Jason Todd came back to life’ Winick. Dude’s burned a lot of bridges with comic fans, here’s hoping he brings the funny.

If you wish to shred Winick, you are totally entitled. But a writer who uses relevant social issues to stir an emotional response with the audience, be it for them identifiable or uncomfortable, is not a valid criticism. Weak plots, bad character development, these are reasons. No one cared about Speedy until suddenly it was an outrage for Winick to take her story to a logical conclusion based on what Kevin Smith had established for her. Many writers use HIV analogies in their tales and no one goes off the handle, because they use created names to cloak them.

So if you can’t back Winick because of a Superboy-Prime punch to resurrect the dead, then you have a valid leg to stand on. But whining about seeing real issues invading your basement dwelling fantasy land is just sad.

Don’t forget that Winick ruined Captain Marvel as well. “Nobody likes light-hearted books with talking tigers, so we needed to make sure people would take Marv seriously by making his book a bore.” I suspect the same thing will happen here.

If that is how the book is going to look, page to page, a monkey with a typewriter could write it for all I care.

But Palmiotti and whatshisname would be more enjoyable.

The only reason I really got this title to begin with was Amanda Connor. I always said that if she was given a regular title, I’d read it, no matter what character it was. The fact that the writing really worked well was a plus, as was the fact that it was a title focusing on one of the JSA’s best characters.

Now, I could handle the loss of an artist, even if she was my primary reason for picking up the book every month, and I’m normally very writer-oriented. It’s that last bit that has me really on the fence here. Winick couldn’t keep me on Batman, for cryin’ out loud. He gets one issue to grab and wow me (and even then, it might be a flip-through at my LCS, which I almost never do).

It’s interesting that most of his defensible writing seems to be both older material, and what would seem to be (I plead ignorance in the category of Winick-trivia) creator-owned books. From personal experience, though, I’d tell DC to be a bit more reluctant to let him play in your sandbox. He’s really not wowed me in the past.

To sum it up: PG is 22 mediocre pages from getting dropped. Maybe less.

Okay, so the book is dead. I’m no fan of Winick’s writing, but there’s a huge difference between slamming the guy’s work and plain, blatant gay bashing. I’d rather buy anything Judd writes rather than read the idiotic comments that some of you are leaving on here.

None of us have read the script and we dont know jack. But from the looks of it, either the comic is abandoning the light hearted tone it had for a year, or it has the absolute wrong art. Neither possibility speak well of the future of this entertaining but marginal title.

And while I abhor most of the close minded comments on this news, I ultimately also have to agree with their underlying message. Unfortunately, Green Lantern / Black Canary was less than stellar (though so far still better than the one issue of J.T. Krull’s GA so far) and Titans has proven to be a fantastic flop. But I did like Outsiders and I believe that he can produce some good work if he has a good feel for the characters and the direction he wants to take them.

We will just have to wait and see.

I picked up Power Girl specifically because I like Amanda Conner’s art, and I am not a DC reader, I concentrate on Marvel. I liked that Power Girl stood on it’s own and didn’t require me to know anything about what else was going on in the DC universe. I’ll check it out when #13 hits, but if it is tied more to other books, I’ll probably drop it. :(

“I’m not here to discuss Winick or my long time obsession with Power Girl. As much as I would love to have been inspired to post a comment reflecting either. But I would like to point out how immature it is of other commenting posters to use Winick’s use of HIV (which is not AIDS) as deterrent against anything he has ever written.

Millions of people in the world are struggling with HIV, you probably know a few, except your narrow minded and schoolyard sense of self-righteous entitlement probably keeps them from sharing with you. HIV affects a lot of people. A LOT. Not just those with the virus, but those who know them, it effects a lot of people and the fact that Winick is the only writer to use it his mainstream comic’s work is something that needs to be applauded.

So frankly I hope Kara spends the next twelve issues of her series helping spread the word of a physical condition that effects millions of people from every walk of life, from every status, and perhaps he’ll bring back a little of the old blond b***h from the old days to smack whiny little men who can’t face the realities of the world without crying like babies.”

“If you wish to shred Winick, you are totally entitled. But a writer who uses relevant social issues to stir an emotional response with the audience, be it for them identifiable or uncomfortable, is not a valid criticism. Weak plots, bad character development, these are reasons. No one cared about Speedy until suddenly it was an outrage for Winick to take her story to a logical conclusion based on what Kevin Smith had established for her. Many writers use HIV analogies in their tales and no one goes off the handle, because they use created names to cloak them.”

I would have no problem with the “Aids is awesome” storyline if Winnick had elected to use a character he created himself. That is my problem. I dont care if he chooses to promote whatever the hell he wants in a comic – but if I had created Mia Dearden and I saw another writer give her a death sentence just because she “fit” in the hole Winnick had created, I’d be spitting blood. We’ve talked about it in the shop I work in, but if was in Smiths shoes, or even a young writer desperate for a break, I’d have quit DC in a heartbeat.

“Okay, so the book is dead. I’m no fan of Winick’s writing, but there’s a huge difference between slamming the guy’s work and plain, blatant gay bashing. I’d rather buy anything Judd writes rather than read the idiotic comments that some of you are leaving on here.”

I’m one of the stronger anti-Winnick people on this post, but I dont think I’ve said anything homophobic. My problem is his hamfisted Aids storylines..

Definitely not reading PG after the current creators leave.

Winick may have been fine on “Barry Ween,” but his superhero work is plagued by vastly sub-par writing, an inability to characterize consistently, and a deep and abiding love for killing random characters to look edgy. He’ll kill the book, sure as shootin’.

On the bright side, it does seem that Palmiotti, Gray, and Conner really do enjoy working on Power Girl a lot, so whenever they can spare the time, we can look forward to seeing a few good PeeGee miniseries come out…

Things like this always make me wonder how many people actually read the title. This seems like yet another example of a book few people seem to read(going by the sales charts) yet everybody swears they will drop if this or that happens.

I only started with issue seven, based on the awesome cover. I have gone back and picked up the other issues. I’ve no belief that Winnick will carry on the tone established by Palmiotti and Gray. I’m pretty sure he’ll ignore the first ten issues, actually,

And furthermore, I’ve never heard of the artist. The book practically demands a cheescake artist (although Winnick is probably against that too)

Winick didn’t force Mia into a hole that he crafted for her, Kevin Smith’s development of the character led to Winick making a logical next step for her character. And for the record Mia’s story has had nothing to do with AIDS, she is HIV+ which is a different can of beans altogether. And nowhere has any writer, ever, suggested that AIDS is awesome! That’s your own ignorance on display there bud.

“Winick didn’t force Mia into a hole that he crafted for her, Kevin Smith’s development of the character led to Winick making a logical next step for her character. ”

Where did Kevin Smith say this?

“”Winick didn’t force Mia into a hole that he crafted for her, Kevin Smith’s development of the character led to Winick making a logical next step for her character. ”

Where did Kevin Smith say this?”

To Dave O’Neill: I would imagine the other commentator means that since Mia was introduced as a young woman who unfortunately was abused by her father and became a child prostitute, that there would be a logical step that the young woman may have contracted HIV.

Kevin Smith didn’t need to say it… but he created a teenage prostitute neck deep in a world of drugs, sex, and violence – outreach workers will tell you that that is one of the highest demographics of people infected with HIV. Only in porn fantasies would Mia have avoided the fate Winick presented her with.

Exactly.

Thanks Dan.

Oh well 12 issues was a good run for me to read Power Girl.

Darth Eradicus

March 19, 2010 at 7:39 am

I’m keeping an open mind. While I suspect the series will be different with Winick, I hope it isn’t going to be the complete opposite of what came before. I could see it being a bit more serious with the action quotient cranked up to 11, but hopefully it won’t forget to have a bit of humor in there too…

But Basri is an EXCELLENT choice for the new artist! Absolutely LOVE his work on Fall Out Toy Works–so I’m very happy he’s coming aboard.

Well,

Probably dropping this, but I will give Judd an issue or two before quitting.

Unfortunate. I was hoping we’d get creators who would tie her into the Superman mythos more, considering the fact that she is Kryptonian after all. I’ll give it a few issues, and I’d hate to have to drop it, but the fact that he’s so closely tying it into a project I have ZERO interest in doesn’t help its chances of survival.

Damn shame, actually. :(

Another comic abandoned by the original team and probably will get lost in the shuffle. “Death throes” is an understatement.

Sam Basri is really very good – Fallout Toyworks is a good book that looks great. I don’t expect to keep buying this, but on the bright side, it looks like Basri’s at DC at least for a bit, so he’ll be on something else pretty soon. You know who would’ve been a good writer? Nick Spencer. Forgetless is a blast. Brett Lewis from Fallout is good too, but maybe not for PG. Oh well.

To Dave O’Neill: I would imagine the other commentator means that since Mia was introduced as a young woman who unfortunately was abused by her father and became a child prostitute, that there would be a logical step that the young woman may have contracted HIV.

>>To DAN – You can’t prove this

“Kevin Smith didn’t need to say it… but he created a teenage prostitute neck deep in a world of drugs, sex, and violence – outreach workers will tell you that that is one of the highest demographics of people infected with HIV. Only in porn fantasies would Mia have avoided the fate Winick presented her with.”

>> I’m pretty positive no a-list writer creates a character and thinks “Gee, I think the douchebag who lost a boyfriend to Aids will use a giant sledgehammer on my character so he can write entire issues of a superhero comic book to patronise everyone about Aids”

Well, Dave, you’ve now underlined your ignorance on the matter. Winick is straight. His friendship with Pedro was documented on MTV’s Real World before he turned it into a graphic novel. You have destroyed any validity you had left to your argument, as you have just proven you are narrow minded and ignorant person who can’t handle reality invading your superhero fetish. AIDS was hardly mentioned in Mia’s discovery of having HIV, except to explain to slow on the up-take folks as yourself that the two are related but separate conditions. I write about HIV a lot too, not because I lost a boyfriend to it, but because I spent time in Africa seeing what the virus has done to entire countries of people. We’re lucky that these comics exist today, so the next generation will have a broader understanding of human conditions than you have exhibited today.

Dude, I work in a comic book shop – I WISH there were more comics that dealt with HIV/AIDS. I really do. I wish there was something I could show parents and teachers who want examples of comics dealing with serious issues like this. But Winnicks patronising bullshit isn’t it.

And, as I’ve said, repeatedly – my problem isnt with AIDS in a superhero comic, its that Winnick used someone elses charcater, to do it. As an aspiring writer, I’d be crushed if someone took a character I created and gave them a death sentence.

Dude, sadly your latest post means nothing compared with your other posts where your ignorance has been clear as day.

Creators kills other people’s characters all the time.

And there are millions of people in the world with HIV who would completely disagree with you towards it being a death sentence.

Perhaps as an aspiring writer you should try doing some research, learn a little, broaden your mind and knowledge base.

You consider Winick to be patronizing for no clear reason, he hasn’t shoved the matter down our throats, he used it in a relatively minor way within the grander scheme of his Green Arrow run, which if you take the time to go back and check, most people were quite happy with until they felt Winick climbed on some imaginary milk crate.

My point from the beginning is still valid, I worry about my favorite superhero’s role under a writer that showed Black Canary on her knees searching for a wedding ring while others battled, but dismissing him as a writer because he uses relevant social issues is pathetic.

The argument that a creator has no right doing something to another creator’s character in an industry build upon generation after generation of creators doing that very thing, is whining, plain and simple.

So yes, you have said repeatedly that you have no problem with AIDS in your superhero comics – except Winick never brought AIDS to the table, and your every post has made it clear that you do have a problem with it, but are trying to cover it up with pseudo-intellectual backpedaling, and it’s not working.

Last thought on the matter – - Winick’s Titans run failed, I think, because he didn’t seem to get the characters or was too much a fan of them to write them objectively. He never used HIV, AIDS, or any gay themes, but every person who disliked his run have been using his apparent need to shove them down our throats for why they hated it. His use of gay themes in Outsiders was minimal, he just happened to have two female characters (both created by him, before Dave gets his back up again) in a relationship. The only appearances of these themes that I know of from Winick is Terry’s bashing in Green Lantern, Mia’s HIV in Green Arrow, and Grace with Thunder in Outsiders (and I’ve read everything he has put out except the last half of his Titans run and his latest Batman run). Each of those titles were also filled to the brim with straight orgies, marathon f*** fests, and other frivolty completely unrelated to these issues that he supposedly shoves down our throats. Of those three examples, THREE, Winick has also written a huge score of superhero comics complete void of these issues. I would say James Robinson uses queer themes way more prevalently than Winick. So this constant need to bash him for trying, once in awhile, to do something relevant to the times, is sad, lame, pathetic, pick whatever word you wish.

And as a side note, I worked at a comic store for a long time. A comic store that is one of Kevin Smith’s favorite places in Toronto. From what I know of Smith, he probably applauded Winick’s choices with Mia. I can’t verify that, but from what I’ve experienced of him, first hand, he’s a radically open minded and socially aware person and I could not imagine him supporting this blatant ignorance at all.

errr… to my above statement, I’m discussing Winick’s mainstream superhero work, not his Indie books or Vertigo runs.

The Ugly American

March 20, 2010 at 7:56 am

The problem I have is the injection of “the AIDS” and “the gay” into every DC line he touches. Certainly “the gay” proportions ore realistic, so to alter things to those proportions is fine, but the way he goes about it, it’s like he’s waving genitalia in the faces of the audience. Certainly it could be done with more discretion and less “very special issue of” fanfare.

And yes, “Teh AIDS” was a logical extension of Mia; the way in which it was exploited was not. Then you have his Green Lantern run with the gay beating, and his lesbian addition to The Outsiders since he hadn’t yet added a lesbian anywhere. It’s like he’s crossing off a checklist of gaysposure. Powergirl will be a transvestite.

One wonders how many terminal diseases Judd will lecture us about this time.

Dave, he didn’t use someone else’s character. He used DC’s character. DC owns the character and DC let him write her. If writers don’t want other people writing the characters they create then perhaps they should do creator owned comics instead of corporate owned comics. The minute Kevin Smith signed the contract he gave up any right to complain or have any say over how a character is treated.
Every character published by DC and Marvel has been used by those companies in ways that the creators never intended. Are you as equally mad that some writer married Superman when Siegel and Shuster didn’t create him that way? Are you as mad that they killed Jean Grey or that they made Tony Stark an alcoholic? How about when they gave the Question cancer?

To this day I do not understand readers’ gripes with Winick’s work – it’s always been stellar in my eyes and I’m looking forward to his work with POWER GIRL and the JLI – also that he’s tying them in together a little. I hope fans keep an open mind! ~ Hype

…Well, I’ve already dropped this book from my pull list. Winick won’t respect the character any more than he’s respected any other character he’s written, and I refuse to waste $3 a month for hack work.

“And yes, “Teh AIDS” was a logical extension of Mia; the way in which it was exploited was not. Then you have his Green Lantern run with the gay beating, and his lesbian addition to The Outsiders since he hadn’t yet added a lesbian anywhere. It’s like he’s crossing off a checklist of gaysposure. Powergirl will be a transvestite.”

…No, he’ll have her undergo a radical mastectomy just to piss us PG fans off, *then* he’ll turn her into a lesbian who refuses to shave her armpits.

glenn blackwell

May 6, 2010 at 8:28 pm

Well the art is going to be crap.
It looks like a war bonds poster from the 1940s.
Might as well “reinvent” the character again until you kill all interest in the story.

Will they take a break from this to make Supergirl even more skinny and brain-dead?

DC is doing for Powergirl and Supergirl what Marvel is doing to She-Hulk!
It’s like Vince McMahon of the old WWF is making the decisions.

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