Watch Kara Fight A Werewolf In 'Supergirl' Comic Con Preview
Take a look at previews from Supergirl: Rebirth #1 and Supergirl #1 from DC's All Access Panel at Comic-Con.
Itching for some Supergirl news? You’re in luck. We’ve got previews of Supergirl: Rebirth #1 and Supergirl #1 from DC’s All Access Panel at Comic-Con.
Supergirl: Rebirth #1
In Supergirl: Rebirth #1, Kara makes like Icarus and finds herself on an express route headed toward the sun as she attempts to get her powers back with the help of the DEO (Department of Extranormal Operations).
While she’s busy getting one helluva cosmic tan, there’s trouble on Earth in the form of a Kryptonian werewolf, Lar-On, who kind of seems like he might be the worst kind of lichen candy gram straight from the home world. Never a dull moment in National City, right?
With her powers restored, Kara casually kicks some werewolf, deals with the inevitable aftermath and then tackles a whole new set of problems. But hey, at least she’s got her heat vision back.
Written by Steve Orlando with art by Emmanuela Luppacchino, Ray McCarthy, and Michael Atiyeh, Supergirl Rebirth #1 is on sale August 17.
Being in high school is tough. Being in high school while moonlighting as a superhero is a lot harder.
In Supergirl #1, we’ll catch up with Kara Danvers as she tries to find a way to keep National City safe and keep her grades up. Kara takes up a familiar role working with the DEO and is faced with an unexpected family reunion when her dear old dad (Cyborg Superman) makes an appearance. You know what they say: one’s company, two’s a crowd. We’ll see if that holds true when it comes to Earth-dwelling Kryptonians.
In true Supergirl fashion, we see Kara taking down men several times her size with a bit of freezing breath and contending with some much bigger problems facing National City. Looks like studying is going to have to wait on account of the city needing saving — some teens have all the fun.
Written by Steve Orlando with art by Brian Ching and Michael Atiyeh, Supergirl #1 will find its way to shelves September 7.