Power Girl

Power Girl

Written by Geoff Johns, Paul Levitz and Paul Kupperberg Art by Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti, Joe Staton & Dick Giordano and Mary Wilshire Cover by Adam Hughes Discover the origins of one of the DCU's most powerful heroines in this new collection featuring Power Girl stories from SHOWCASE #97-99, SECRET ORIGINS #11 and the sold-out JSA CLASSIFIED #1-4! Is Power Girl the cousin of Earth-2's Superman? Granddaughter of an Atlantean mage? From the future or an alternate dimension? All Karen Starr knows is that she exists in a world that doesn't fit. When her powers begin changing or blanking out altogether, she searches for answers long denied her. The clues lead her to the deranged Psycho-Pirate, who may break her mind before she learns the truth. This collection features her first solo adventure, plus her second secret origin and the sold-out first four issues of JSA CLASSIFIED, key stories tied to the cosmic events of INFINITE CRISIS!

Title:Power Girl
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401209681
Format Type:

    Power Girl Reviews

  • [Name Redacted]

    1970s-1980s Power Girl is goofy, but tough and cool and fun.1980s-2000s Power Girl is a jumbled, nonsensical mess.2000s Power Girl is pure, unadulterated awesome.To whit:"I've got a rep for being stub...

  • Ben

    When it comes to comic books, its fairly safe to say that fandom is driven more by the love of the individual characters than the skill of authors and artists. Of course, the creators are rarely disre...

  • James

    Just who the hell is Power Girl? I love DC comics, specifically the Bat-verse, but I'm not too aware of the events or peripheral characters of the greater DC Universe. I think I initially dismissed Po...

  • Ellie Bell

    It was ret con after ret con, but I still enjoyed it....

  • Ginny

    I love Power Girl, but I wasn't too keen on the various origin stories...

  • Wing Kee

    Let's all be honest just as Karen says her eyes are not the first thing we see, and for comic book readers the first time Power Girl catches our eyes it's quite obvious it's two reasons. However, she ...

  • Andrew Uys

    As DC Comics tried (once again) to make Power Girl am "A-list" hero (or at least "B-list") again in 2005-2006, they recognized that the character had been given SEVERAL origin stories as retcons, etc ...

  • Sean

    I decided to check this trade out to learn more about Power Girl and where she comes from. After reading it I can say that I'm more confused now than ever before. While the book contained different or...

  • Lee

    It's no joke that Power Girl is one of the most confusing superhero stories out there. This novel was cool in that it had some of the older comics that attempted to explain her origins (1970's and 80'...

  • Jacob

    Any book drawn by Amanda Conner makes it a must read. From what I remember this series was drawn well from beginning to end, but the story wasn't anything to write home about. IIRC it started out fine...