Supergirl Vol. popular high quality 5: Red Daughter of Krypton (The New 52) online sale

Supergirl Vol. popular high quality 5: Red Daughter of Krypton (The New 52) online sale

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She''s done with people pushing her around, taking advantage of her and betraying her. She''s done feeling helpless, lost and discarded. She''s done with hope, faith and acceptance. Now, all that''s left is rage. And she''ll burn the universe down before she lets another person tell her who she should be. Supergirl''s journey as a Red Lantern begins here.

The newest, most daring chapter in Supergirl''s history unfolds in SUPERGIRL VOL. 5: OUT OF THE PAST! Collects SUPERGIRL #21-25, ACTION COMICS #23.1: CYBORG SUPERMAN.

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Michael Alan Nelson was born in Portage, Indiana and grew up in a small farming community before moving to Los Angeles in 2002. He is the winner of the 2004 New Times 55 Fiction contest for his short-short "The Conspirators" and was awarded the 2011 Glyph Comics Award for Best Female Character for the character Selena from his series "28 Days Later." Michael is the author of the critically acclaimed comic series "Hexed," "Dingo," and "Fall of Cthulhu." He lives in Los Angeles.

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Jeff
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Supergirl Vol. 5: Red Daughter of Krypton
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2015
The Supergirl trades have really been good, and this one was one of the best. This volume starts out with a great meeting between Supergirl and Lobo. Constantly being attacked and feeling like she doesn''t belong anywhere, a Red Lantern Ring finding it''s way to Kara made a... See more
The Supergirl trades have really been good, and this one was one of the best. This volume starts out with a great meeting between Supergirl and Lobo. Constantly being attacked and feeling like she doesn''t belong anywhere, a Red Lantern Ring finding it''s way to Kara made a lot of sense to me. If Supergirl isn''t feeling lost, she''s constantly angry, so I was interested to see what she would be like with a Red Lantern Ring. I liked that they had her run into Green Lanterns, since giving her a Red ring it only made sense to have a little interaction with the Greens. Guy Gardner, leader of the Red Lanterns, being worried how Superman would feel after finding out who Kara really was, goes to Earth to talk with him. Supergirl doesn''t like that he went to Superman, but they all talk and Superman lets her find her own way and she stays with the Reds. While helping the Reds patrol worlds, Supergirl runs into a Worldkiller 1. Having battled Worldkillers before (see previous Supergirl volumes) Supergirl has to find a way to beat it, while the entire Earth is bathed in Kryptonite poisoning. There is a ton of action as well as continued storylines in this volume. If you''ve read the other Supergirl volumes, definitely read this one. If you haven''t read any and are thinking about it, I''d recommend reading the entire series because it seems to just be getting better and better.
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Brendan
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Supergirl gets angry! Get ready for something new!
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2015
Supergirl vol 5 is a great change of pace for our favorite Krypton girl. She''s not whiney, she''s angry. Fed up with everything she finds herself a red ring and becomes a red lantern. This story crosses over into both the green lantern comic and also the red lantern one, but... See more
Supergirl vol 5 is a great change of pace for our favorite Krypton girl. She''s not whiney, she''s angry. Fed up with everything she finds herself a red ring and becomes a red lantern. This story crosses over into both the green lantern comic and also the red lantern one, but unlike vol 3, this one actually puts them together in a cohesive story. You won''t even notice you''re not reading Supergirl anymore because it''s all about the same things.
The art thoughout vol 5 is consistently good, not exactly the same but not distracting in any way.
The only bad thing int this volume (and why it didn''t get 5 stars) is that near the end a storyline is suddenly dropped and Supergirl is suddenly somewhere else for reasons we only learn through the narrator. I don''t know if this means they skipped an issue somewhere, or just did a bad job on it. Even so, the book is still great overall. The best part? The size! This graphic novel collects 11 issues altogether for a low price! Definitely worth it. If you ever wanted to try out Supergirl, volume 5 is a great read.
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Seth H
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Lobo was brief but cool. Cool design on Blaze but not much screen ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2017
Mixed. Lobo was brief but cool. Cool design on Blaze but not much screen time. I still have yet to really enjoy the Lantern concept and this didn''t help. New 52 Supergirl never developed much of an identity beyond loss and punching. Too bad.
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Four Stars
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2016
Great comic.
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Chris Meyer
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2016
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Richard
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2016
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JD Luce
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2015
Fantastic Item...superb delivery turnaround...A+++
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Allanon Coppell
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Four Stars
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2017
Interesting read quite different from the normal bright and cheerful supergirl
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Ghostgrey51
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Energies and Raw Emotions leaping out of the page.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 18, 2015
Some might say: `Saw this coming a mile off'', ever since she''s arrived on Earth Kara has had to put up with being shot at, thumped, imprisoned, lied to and in consequences losing a friend to circumstances and that in addition to learning her father had drugged her and sent...See more
Some might say: `Saw this coming a mile off'', ever since she''s arrived on Earth Kara has had to put up with being shot at, thumped, imprisoned, lied to and in consequences losing a friend to circumstances and that in addition to learning her father had drugged her and sent her off into space just prior to Krypton blowing up.( which incidentally she has to travel back in time to make sure it happens) Small wonder the girl is on a bit of a short-fuse. And ideal home for a Red Lantern ring. She gets tipped over the edge when Lobo, a rather stylish version of H''el comes to Earth looking for the fellow. It appears Lobo feels H''el is an imposter and want to have words with him, not being quite up to date with the situation. Needless to say paths cross, punches and such are traded and Kara has really had enough and along comes the Red Ring. At this stage it should be pointed out some knowledge of recent events of the Red Lanterns would be useful as events in this book take place against the backdrop of those in .Red Lanterns Volume 4 TP (The New 52) Minor spoilers will arise... The volume itself crackles with ideas. There is the main story of Kara''s induction into and bonding with a group of Red Lanterns led by Guy Gardener, who in turn is trying to be responsible (not easy for a Red Lantern) over Kara. Their grand combat with the fanatically violent lizard-like Diasporans whose leader turns out to be (spoiler....) World Killer 1. Kara''s own battle for her sanity and soul. Business in `The Block'' with other-dimensional demonic being Blaze. Siobhan is back both as herself and Silver Banshee and is becoming linked up with some shady and possibly irresponsible flat-mate. Current problems of The Green Lanterns and the Red Lanterns schism are also brought into the narrative. Oh by the way both Lobo and Blaze are still hanging around, while (spoiler.....) Gen13 are waiting in the wings for the next volume It says much for the style of writing and plotting that all these separate themes and sub-plots are woven in with very little in the way of jarring and thus makes for a fascinating kaleidoscope. The one quibble being that of late DC are big on having Kara''s life interact with events in other books. In this volume, here requiring the reader to have Red Lanterns Volume 5: Red Daughter of Krypton TP (The New 52) or the relevant single issues. Without giving too much away there is a major event in that volume not shown here, so one page Kara is `here'' doing `that'', next page she is `where?'' and `why?. If you have been following just Supergirl you will have had similar experiences in Supergirl Volume 3: Sanctuary TP (The New 52) (Supergirl (DC Comics)) and Supergirl Volume 4 TP (The New 52) Anyway it says much for the quality of the tale that this is just a `quibble'' and not a disaster. The art is of the highest quality action erupting out of the pages while Kara''s displays of anger are positively tangible, highlighting the sheer weight of injustice dropped on this youngster''s shoulders. If you''ve been following Kara''s adventures this one comes highly recommended. Far too much back-story in previous volumes to start here though
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The red mist raising
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 14, 2015
The storyline is good as far as it goes, the art work is good. The only problem I had with this story is towards the end there seems to be a whole chunk of the storyline missing. I am guessing it is probobly covered in Red Lanterns vol 5. I know I can''t have everything but...See more
The storyline is good as far as it goes, the art work is good. The only problem I had with this story is towards the end there seems to be a whole chunk of the storyline missing. I am guessing it is probobly covered in Red Lanterns vol 5. I know I can''t have everything but it was annoying to have to track down another series. After the events oh H''EL on Earth and Krypton Returnes, Kara Zor EL, have been either manipulated, betrayed, or alienated from everyone. Needing a friend she is instead pointed as a weapon when Lobo comes calling, finally pushing her over the edge, Kara attracts the attention of a Red Ring. How will Guy Gardener and the Red Lantern Corps handle a out of control, flame welding teenage Kryptonian? On the other hand could this be just what Kara need, could she finally belong somewhere?
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Mars
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Boring
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 17, 2017
This took me AAAAAAAGGGGGGESSSSSS to read. The character got off to a great start in the NEW 52, but reading this was like watching the slow death of a friend. New 52 Supergirl is still my favourite incarnation of the character but DC just don''t seem to want to do anything...See more
This took me AAAAAAAGGGGGGESSSSSS to read. The character got off to a great start in the NEW 52, but reading this was like watching the slow death of a friend. New 52 Supergirl is still my favourite incarnation of the character but DC just don''t seem to want to do anything with her apart from let her emotions get her into trouble so Superman can come and give her advice. Boring by Volume 5. Some great artwork though.
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Chris Wallace
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An interesting take and look at a fan favourite. Nice to see Supergirl''s innate rage and helpless ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 3, 2018
An interesting take and look at a fan favourite. Nice to see Supergirl''s innate rage and helpless frustration handled sensibly without belittling the character
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Christy blue
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Good value
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 10, 2016
As described in the advert and arrived in good time.
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