Be a fan of the creators, not the characters.
Now that the initial arc is over, plus the filler issue, I have hopes things will pick up. This week's issue should be an indicator of how things will go. And it's the first issue where the wider DCnu universe really comes into the book, which should be good.
What I want to see:
A real raison d'Ítre for this book. Not the "Kara wants to go home, but Helena doesn't care" thing, but rather a niche for the ladies that matters on a larger scale. Right now, the only person who cares if they go home or not is Kara, for reasons even she hasn't articulated. Well and good, perhaps she will, but there doesn't seem to be a pressing need for them to go home.
The soon to be JSA seems to have things covered---better than the Trinity plus the ladies ever did. And every one they knew back there is dead anyway. Now if they would make some sort of difference back on Earth 2, fine, I'd like to see soon what that is. But in the meantime, they need another reason to have a title set where it's set, and I'd like to see that.
Also: Bigger villains. I don't mean in terms of size---I could care less if they ever face another Godzilla size foe. But I want bad guys who matter. Name villains.
Vote with your dollar, we all do, but don't assume the seller will understand the meaning of your vote beyond the fact they didn't get the sale.
so when are we doing a major invasion of DC website asking/discussing/talking in general about Powergirl?
and Cassandra Cain
Quick question, would you rather have a PG mini by (written and drawn). . .
I'd take Timm. His women are more attractive and he's better at comedy. Cooke is really good at both too, but Timm excels at that stuff.
Last edited by 42n8s1; 11-05-2012 at 08:12 PM.
I'd like to see a Justice Society one shot drawn by Cooke,which would be fantastic.Sort of prequel to Final Frontier.And of course prominately featuring Power girl.
Bump for PG!
That's probably my favorite image of PG in Worlds' Finest. Either that or the splash page from the zero issue where she is in the Supergirl outfit and saves Helena while in mid-air. Kevin Maguire totally gets how to draw Power Girl.