Graphic Novel Review: Adventures of Supergirl Vol. 1

Adventures of Supergirl Vol. 1 by Sterling Gates and artists including Bengal, Emanuela Lupacchino, Carmen Carnero and Emma Vieceli

Synopsis:
Kara Zor-El escaped the destruction of her home planet Krypton, but on the way to Earth, her ship took a years-long detour. Taken in by the loving Danvers family upon her arrival, she’s been taught to keep her incredible powers a secret.

But with her cousin Superman winning hearts and saving lives all over the world, Kara can’t keep the secret forever—not when her powers are the only thing that can save the people and the city she loves.

Now she’s taken to the skies above National City as Earth’s newest superhero, but sinister forces, both human and alien, want to ground her for good. Who will take a stand to save her family, friends and her adopted planet from the forces of evil? This looks like a job for…Supergirl!

Review:
Based on the TV series, this graphic novel is a new story arc focusing on new villains. All of Supergirl’s friends take a backseat in this story save for her sister who has a major part to play. I thoroughly enjoyed this storyline, except for one character who reminded me a bit of Indigo but much less powerful.

The artwork was fitting and flowed well. And the story was full of suspense and drama. This action-packed story never got slow or dull. I only missed more interaction with Supergirl’s work colleagues, as they are my favorite characters from the show. I hope Gates continues to write this series, as he always does a great job with Supergirl. And this tv series line is very endearing.

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