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Satanna is back in town with her animal menagerie in tow to terrorize Power Girl. The villainess tries to succeed where her former lover, the Ultra-Humanite couldn't. This time, though, Satanna has a secret weapon Power Girl won't see coming.
Average score of 3 user reviews
If you've seen G-Man's review of this issue then you get a good sense of what I'm about to say. My star rating differs a little bit from his, but my feelings generate from the same point. I'm not a huge Power Girl fan. Before the new volume, I really only knew three things about Power Girl. She's from Earth-2, she's a JSAer, and there's that main-defining characteristic. Without really realizing it, I've gone from giving the series a chance on a whim to picking it up every month. ...
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Now, just to get you into the picture, this is the first copy of 'Power Girl' that i've ever picked up. I happen to come by it in my comic book store right after watching G-man's review of the it, and decided to give it a read, and loved it ( well maby loves to strong a word, but you get my meaning (right?)). I can't really say much that hasn't been said in G-man's review, and i can't connect it to previous issues due to what i've just mewntioned, but i'll give it my best. The first few pages ...
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Now that Satanna is part of the current Ultra-Humanite's backstory, I guess it was only a matter of time before she discovered what happened to him and decided to pay Power Girl a visit. But with the appearance of the Humanites benefactor in issue #8, this might turn out to be more than a simple revenge story. Good Art The success of issue #9 relied heavily on the artwork and Conner/Mounts deliver big time. Satanna's beasties look great especially the elephants. The added emphasis of quickn...
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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