It's out, just a week or two after the fill-in issue so that's pretty good.
I hope no one was too attached to the Outsiders/Wereshark plot, cause it's gone. Gone, gone, gone, just like all prior plot threads. But in all a good and very different sort of comic.
It starts with kara recovering in the hospital from her wounds. Apparently Powerboy saved her and Grace.
During a patrol/date with PB she fights two generic pseudo-Japanese villains from Tibet (couldn't the writer look up some Tibetian names?) and makes out with Power Boy.
We get (yet more) hints of a dark secret in kara's past (hmm her father told her 'kill Kal-el' I wonder what that could mean) and are clearly told what she did during 52.
She tried to kill Clark while he was powerless but stopped herself and thus headed for Kandor.
"I don't hate Superman. That's why I left. that's why I ran and hid in a bottle. I love Kal-El. I hate myself."
Finally Boomerang asks Grace when Kara will get out of the hospital and Grace says 'she got out 3 days ago'(and presumably has not called).
Anaysis I remember reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and just stopping and saying Harry Potter is a jerk! But in the book Harry was 16, no longer an angelic kid and well... 16 year olds are jerks. And I think that's part of the point here, this Supergirl is a jerk. She's not likeable but it's a pretty good take on what it might be like to be a 16 year old with god-like powers, a huge legacy to live up to and the ghost of your dad telling you to kill! kill! kill! Problems I think we all faced/face as teens. :o
Churchill's art is pretty good, not just eye-candy but also good for touches like Boomerang's body langauge and the interaction between Wonder Girl and Kara (now if he could just get them to look like two different people!).
Still no clue on who Powerboy is, apparently he's not Mon-El though.