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Supergirl #50 (2005)

Supergirl #50 (2005)

$7.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Sterling Gates,
Helen Slater &
Jake Black
Art by Jamal Igle,
Jon Sibal &
Fernando Dagnino
Cover by Michael Turner
Variant cover by Joshua Middleton
Special celebratory 50th issue! Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle reunite to tell an epic, oversized battle royale between the Girl of Steel and a mysterious, diabolical new foe! Still reeling from last issue’s harrowing events, Supergirl is put to the test when she uncovers a terrible secret about her friend and confidant, Lana Lang. Plus! A look into a day in the life of the Girl of Steel written by Jake Black and Supergirl herself, actress Helen Slater! Featuring a cover by the man who redefined Supergirl for the 21st century, Michael Turner, SUPERGIRL #50 is an extra-sized extravaganza you won’t want to miss!
Date Available: 02/17/2010
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

Supergirl’s character keeps evolving, as she tries to figure out who she wants to be, and who she is. Case in point, here: while trying to save the world from an arch nemesis, Supergirl must figure out whom she feels she can trust (how she thinks they should act, in other words), and what friendship means. Yes, it has a larger price tag, but it’s for a good reason: the story is longer, and Sterling Gates does a fantastic job on pacing, on action scenes, but mostly on characterization that it’s all worth it. Sometimes longer stories are filled with fluff, but not this one. For fans of the old movie, the backup story is cowritten by Helen Slater. Check this one out.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Sterling Gates,
Helen Slater &
Jake Black
Art by Jamal Igle,
Jon Sibal &
Fernando Dagnino
Cover by Michael Turner
Variant cover by Joshua Middleton
Special celebratory 50th issue! Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle reunite to tell an epic, oversized battle royale between the Girl of Steel and a mysterious, diabolical new foe! Still reeling from last issue’s harrowing events, Supergirl is put to the test when she uncovers a terrible secret about her friend and confidant, Lana Lang. Plus! A look into a day in the life of the Girl of Steel written by Jake Black and Supergirl herself, actress Helen Slater! Featuring a cover by the man who redefined Supergirl for the 21st century, Michael Turner, SUPERGIRL #50 is an extra-sized extravaganza you won’t want to miss!
Date Available: 02/17/2010
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

Supergirl’s character keeps evolving, as she tries to figure out who she wants to be, and who she is. Case in point, here: while trying to save the world from an arch nemesis, Supergirl must figure out whom she feels she can trust (how she thinks they should act, in other words), and what friendship means. Yes, it has a larger price tag, but it’s for a good reason: the story is longer, and Sterling Gates does a fantastic job on pacing, on action scenes, but mostly on characterization that it’s all worth it. Sometimes longer stories are filled with fluff, but not this one. For fans of the old movie, the backup story is cowritten by Helen Slater. Check this one out.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
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