The Army And Mom And Dad Hate Supergirl

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We've all been there: Your long-dead race suddenly reappears on your adopted home planet, including the parents you'd just come to terms with being gone. And, of course, they don't approve of your new friends and new lifestyle. With a storyline like that, who couldn't empathize with the latest issue of Supergirl? We've got an exclusive preview of the opening pages of this week's issue. The issue continues the New Krypton storyline that brings 1,000,000 Kryptonians to Earth... some of whom don't have the best intentions. Here we've got highlights of what Earth is doing about this secret invasion, and the bad luck that poor Supergirl is having with her returned parents.

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Supergirl #35 [DC Comics]

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Great. Just as I feared. In order to even follow Supergirl, I'm going to be expected to buy all the Superman books. And any storyline the writer tries to do will get immediately derailed by crossovers.

*sigh* I've been buying Supergirl since Peter David was writing her prior incarnation (still my favorite). Guess this is the end of the line.