"Laissez-moi vous émerveiller:"
Not really. And there's really no reason to think she would yet. She hasn't had to acclimate herself to English yet because the vast majority of beings she's encountered since arriving on Earth could communicate in Kryptonian. Superman, the Worldkillers, and Siobhan thanks to her ability. Now that she's leaving Siobhan and Tom for a while, my guess is she'll start to pick it up pretty quick from here on out.
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I really enjoyed this issue. Other issues have had more intense action or emotion, but this issue was exceptionally well-rounded.
Same Day: Batgirl, Supergirl, WW, DemonK, JLD, Dial H, Earth 2, SoS
Maybe Later: Action, GL, Aqua, DCUP, Titans, Firestorm, Animal, Swampy, Batwoman, Worlds F, JL, Flash, PhantomS, BoP, GL: NG
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I think the book's perfect. I'm even down with the pacing. Even her supporting cast is lovable. And cool villains! That's something a lot of New 52 books are failing to do. Old rogues are classics but so many new ones haven't been sticking to the wall for me. Not a single criticism for this book.
I love, love, love Supergirl. This is by far one of my favorite titles. Another great issue.
Like I'd hoped, a return to the greatness of the earlier issues. The bad guy was a bit bland and 'moustache-twirling' for my liking, but I get that he was probably just Tycho's goon softening her up a bit.
This was a great issue . . . nothing terribly SPECTACULAR or STUPENDOUS happened, but it was a good, clean issue that followed up from last issue and sets things up nicely for future issues. And, most importantly, it didn't feel like a place-holder to try and make an arc long enough for the tpb, but it seemed more like a "slice of life" (sorry, but I couldn't resist a pizza reference!) / "day in the life" one-and-done issue that can clearly stand on its own.
Many comic book writers seem to have forgotten how to do those types of issues these days.
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I good issue like friendship between Kara Siobhan and Tom also liked possible future romance with Kara and Tom overall good issue