Power Girl is one of DC Comics' superhero "hotties", and while being Superman's cousin, she also sports DC's largest knockers.
This first issue in a new ongoing series is brought to us by the writing team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti. She is drawn by Amanda Conner. I am not familiar with Conner's work at all, but she does draw Power Girl's cannons with some gi-normous pencil.
In this issue, we get a brief origin re-cap, a robot attack, and Karen Starr (her alter-ego) setting up her new "...progressive technology company looking for innovative twenty-first century solutions to the planet's growing ecological and environmental problems." I am not sure what the hell she is doing, personally.
The characters introduced here are fairly amusing/interesting, and I will definitely pick up the next issue. It was a fun read, and, with the exception of the aforementioned description of her company, did not take itself too seriously.
One thing I wonder about is the whole secret identity thing. All she does is put her hair up. That's it? Really? I mean, even Clark Kent wears glasses. This is, however, comic books, and I need to lighten up.
If this book gets canceled, Conner could draw an excellent Betty from Archie comics, as Power Girl looks exactly like her in her civilian attire.
I give this issue 3 out of 5 boobs. Stars. 3 out of 5 stars.
More like, ""...progressive technology (Eyes up here, buddy) company looking for innovative twenty-first century (I SAID eyes up!!) solutions to the planet's growing ecological and environmental (Hey!) problems. Aw, forget it."
Ha!! That's about right. There is a funny scene where she does "bust" (heheh, cuz...*sigh*) some guy ogling her.
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