Supergirl has gone through some crazy times so far in the New 52. Now that H'el on Earth is over, we're able to see the story focus back on her. But that didn't mean things were going to get better. After getting poisoned by Kryptonite, it seemed Power Girl was able to bring her to the safety of Sanctuary, her Fortress of Solitude. What makes that bad is Sanctuary is having serious problems with two Kara's being present.
Michael Alan Nelson cranked things up in this issue. Aside from the big action as they fight for survival, there is so much humor and fun times crammed in here. I never would have thought I'd be so entertained by an issue with both Supergirl and Power Girl. The banter between the two and the situation they're in makes this such a fun read.
Mahmud Asrar's art keeps growing on me. Seeing the differences between the two Supergirls as they try to fight for survival is great. Their expressions speak volumes as they often wonder what the heck is going on.
The reason for the battle felt a little forced. I kept wondering if there was one facet that wasn't mentioned that was causing the problem. We'll definitely need to see more. And we definitely need to see more Power Girl with Supergirl.
A comic with both Supergirl and Power Girl may be a wish come true for some. Michael Alan Nelson must have had a blast writing this because you definitely feel that ooze out out of the pages. I can't remember the last time I had so much fun reading a Supergirl issue. If this establishes a new relationship between the two, I'm completely on board. If you're looking for a great and fun read, be sure to check this out.