From writer Peter David (THE INCREDIBLE HULK, X-FACTOR) and artist Gary Frank (ACTION COMICS, JUSTICE LEAGUE) comes the start of the classic series that created a revolutionary new identity for the Maid of Might! WHO IS LINDA DANVERS? To her parents, Linda is a former good girl who now dabbles on the wrong side of the law. To her friends, she’s a struggling artist and the ultimate Supergirl fan. To her boyfriend, Buzz, she’s an eager accomplice as they try to harness dark forces more powerful than either of them can control. And after Buzz tries to use her to summon a demon, Linda Danvers is...dead? To save Linda’s life, Matrix, a protoplasmic version of Supergirl, uses her powers to fuse the two of them together. Now, sharing memories, sharing superpowers, the entity formerly known as Linda Danvers is something else entirely. Is Linda still a human with the same damaged soul? Or has Supergirl done the unthinkable and stolen a new life for herself? There are no easy answers, but Linda knows she must use her new powers to atone for her past sins. Because whatever else she may be, for now, she’s... SUPERGIRL! SUPERGIRL BOOK ONE collects SUPERGIRL #1-9, SUPERGIRL ANNUAL #1, SUPERGIRL PLUS #1 and a story from SHOWCASE ’96 #8.
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About the Author
Peter David is an American writer of comic books, novels, television, movies and video games. His notable comic book work includes an award-winning 12-year run on THE INCREDIBLE HULK, as well as runs on AQUAMAN, YOUNG JUSTICE SUPERGIRL, X-Factor and Fallen Angel.
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Supergirl Book One based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Wow, that was insane. I read comics in the 90s I don't remember this wacky version of Supergirl. Strange powers, confusing alter-ego, battling demons etc. A wild ride that I don't think aged very well. The creation of Linda Danvers is interesting but makes little to no sense. The actual event itself was rushed through and had no lasting impact. I loved Gary Frank's art here. He does a great job. Overall, the book is odd, to say the least. This is a version of Supergirl that most don't hold in high regard.