Power Girl, Vol. 1: A New Beginning

Power Girl, Vol. 1: A New Beginning

The fan-favorite writing team of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray (JONAH HEX, TERRA) team with popular aritst Amanda Conner (JSA CLASSIFIED, TERRA) for the rip-roaring solo adventures of Power Girl. She bursts from the pages of the JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA to star in her own series. Power Girl wants to build herself a secret identity but a major villain from her past, the Ultra-Humanite, has other plans in store for her and to get his way, he's holding Manhattan hostage. Plus, a trio of sexy alien marauders hits Earth for the ultimate party. Unfortunately, by their standards, that means destroying it!

Title:Power Girl, Vol. 1: A New Beginning
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401226183
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  • Crystal Starr Light

    Bullet Review:This was a LOT of fun to read. Power Girl is just such an upbeat superhero! Yes, there's the boob window mess, but I can ignore that when the character is not CONSTANTLY being objectifie...

  • Mike

    Fun, amusing and doesn't take itself so friggin seriously. Wait, did I say that about another Power Girl comic already? The writing is excellent, but this book wouldn't be half as much fun without Ama...

  • [Name Redacted]

    Fun! Action-packed! Remarkably non-objectifying! Part of the point of Power Girl as a character is that she plays off the stereotype of the over-developed, scantily-clad superheroine who seems to exis...

  • Krycek

    Collecting issues #1-6 of Power Girl's solo series, Power Girl: A New Beginning finds Superman's buxom alternate-earth cousin Kara Zor-L, now unable to return to her own dimension, trying to start a n...

  • Artemis

    I've read a 'Power Girl' comic before from my local library. While I really liked the superheroine herself, what I mostly got was a character who was brought back from the old and destroyed DC univers...

  • Julian

    Okay, so you have two young women who have just been through a shattering experience together which involved the older one saving the life of the younger one. Oh, and I should have mentioned that the ...

  • Keya

    I've heard a lot of praise for this run on Power Girl and after reading it myself, I'd say it was definitely warranted. Gray and Palmiotti really know how to show a comics fan a good time. Gone is the...

  • Luke Baldock

    I'm gradually expanding into the worlds of more characters other than just Green Lantern. For some reason, or maybe two, I was drawn to Power Girl. She has the powers of superman, but is much more vul...

  • James DeSantis

    So finally finished this one. Not that I didn't like it but just hadn't gotten chance to come back to it after reading first two issues for about two weeks. Now that you know about my personal life an...

  • Andy

    I generally don't read DC comics except for the occasional Batman (and even less occasionally, Superman) stories but after all the hype I've heard online about Power Girl and the current creative team...