([May] 2007)

DC, 2007 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
14.99 USD; 19.99 CAD
Pages
180
On-sale Date
2007-03-07
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC [swirl]
ISBN
978-1-4012-1226-1 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781401212261 51499
Editing
Bob Joy (collected edition)
Color
color
Binding
squarebound; trade paperback
Publishing Format
one-shot

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Supergirl / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Ian Churchill
Colors
Peter Steigerwald
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]
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[Title Page] (Table of Contents: 1)

Supergirl / foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Norm Rapmund
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]

Indexer Notes

Supergirl fighting two Kandorian thugs; panel from Supergirl #7 page 9, reprinted elsewhere in this book.

[Table of Contents and Credits] (Table of Contents: 2)

Supergirl / table of contents / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Norm Rapmund
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]

Indexer Notes

Art is a panel from Supergirl #7 page 13, reprinted elsewhere in this book.

Power Trip (Table of Contents: 3)

Power Girl / comic story / 17 pages (report information)

Script
Geoff Johns
Pencils
Amanda Conner
Inks
Jimmy Palmiotti
Colors
Paul Mounts
Letters
Rob Leigh
Editing
Stephen Wacker; Harvey Richards (assistant editor)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Power Girl; Jimmy Olsen; Lightning Lad; Cosmic Boy; Saturn Girl; Colossal Boy [Micro Lad]; Sun Boy (cameo); Phantom Girl (cameo); Brainiac 5 (cameo); Karate Kid (cameo); Shadow Lass (cameo); Star Boy (cameo); Ultra Boy (cameo); Chameleon (cameo); Dream Girl (cameo); Superman; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El] (cameo)
Synopsis
While waiting for Superman atop the Daily Planet building, Power Girl chats with Jimmy Olsen, but they are interrupted by the arrival of the Legion of Super-Heroes. They tell Power Girl that she is a member of their group and that she was sent into the past to battle their enemy Mordru. She refuses to return to the future with them, and tries to save a crashing plane, but Superman beats her to it. After he reveals Power Girl has been dealing with illusions again, Superman offers to help, but Power Girl decides she has to handle her life on her own.
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Indexer Notes

Originally titled "Power Trip (Part II of IV)". All Legion members appearing in this story (and Jimmy Olsen) were revealed in the missing pages to be illusions created by the Psycho-Pirate.

OMAC Nation (Table of Contents: 4)

JLA; Justice League of America / comic story / 15 pages (report information)

Script
Bob Harras
Pencils
Tom Derenick
Inks
Dan Green
Colors
David Baron
Letters
Jared K. Fletcher
Editing
Mike Carlin; Michael Siglain (associate)

Genre
superhero
Characters
JLA [Justice League of America; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Manitou Dawn; Aquaman [Arthur Curry; Orin]; Flash [Wally West]]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Red Tornado; Troia [Donna Troy]; The Key; OMACs
Synopsis
Supergirl meets up with the Justice League to get to know them, when a bunch of OMACs attack. In the middle of the fight, the OMACs pause, and then change back to their normal human selves. Donna Troy appears, and asks several heroes to join her on a space mission to find the OMAC satellite. Supergirl and Red Tornado join her.
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  • US from JLA (DC, 1997 series) #122 (January 2006) [pages 6, 9 (edited), 10-12, 14-15, 18-19, 20 (half), 21-22. Also minus To Be Continued on last page], #123 (February 2006) [pages 2-4 only]

Indexer Notes

Originally two parts titled "Omac Nation" and "Key Encounters".

Stones (Table of Contents: 5)

Superman / comic story / 21 pages (report information)

Script
Mark Verheiden
Pencils
Ed Benes; Ivan Reis
Inks
Mariah Benes; Marc Campos; Alex Lei; Rob Lea; Oclair Albert
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
Jared K. Fletcher
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Superman; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Talia; Blackrock [Lucia]; Ned the Superman Robot (destroyed); Wonder Woman (flashback, cameo); Max Lord (flashback, cameo); Lex Luthor (cameo)
Synopsis
Superman visits his Amazon Fortress, and has a discussion with Supergirl about her joining Donna Troy in space. Talia visits Lucia in her Peruvian prison, and gives her the Blackrock. She escapes prison, drawing the attention of Superman and Supergirl. She incapacitates Superman, and follows Supergirl to the Fortress. Supergirl manages to defeat her, but she disappears in an explosion. We find out that Luthor had Talia give her the Blackrock.
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Keywords
Amazon Fortress of Solitude

Indexer Notes

Supergirl states she is 16 in this story.

Nevermind (Table of Contents: 6)

Superman and Batman / comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script
Mark Verheiden
Pencils
Kevin Maguire
Inks
Kevin Maguire
Colors
Dave McCaig
Letters
Comicraft
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-L] (Earth-2); Batman [Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2); Power Girl [Kara Zor-L; Karen Starr] (Earth-2); Huntress [Helena Wayne] (Earth-2); Flamebird [Supergirl; Kara Zor-El] (New Earth, cameo); Nightwing [Power Girl; Karen Starr; Kara Zor-L] (New Earth, cameo); Ultra-Humanite (Earth-2, villain); Brainwave (Earth-2, villain, death); Solomon Grundy (Earth-2, villain)
Synopsis
Setting: Earth 2. Brainwave has transferred Superman's and Batman's minds into Power Girl and Huntress. The Ultra-Humanite has hidden their bodies, and unless they can find them in time, Power Girl's and Huntress' minds will reassert themselves and overwrite Batman's and Superman's minds. Along the way, Batman finds out he is Huntress' father, but forgets that when his mind is restored. At the end, we find that New Earth's Power Girl has been dreaming this (although she could be tuned into Earth 2 in her dreams).
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Indexer Notes

Page 21 from the original was split into a page with two-thirds of the content, and then a page with the One Year Later logo and the standard description of that event and at the bottom the final one-third page (enlarged a little but truncated on the bottom).

Candor Part One (Table of Contents: 7)

Supergirl / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Greg Rucka
Pencils
Ed Benes
Inks
Norm Rapmund
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
Comicraft
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El; as Flamebird]; Power Girl [as Nightwing]; Ultraman [as Kal-El] (introduction); Chezzt (introduction); Praisesingers
Synopsis
Supergirl is in Kandor, getting a tattoo, while some guy calling himself Kal-El is railing against unbelievers and heretics, and against Nightwing and Flamebird. Kandor at this point consists of Kryptonians and Aliens. As Supergirl leaves the parlor, she is confronted by some aliens, who assault her as a Kryptonian in the wrong sector. Nightwing arrives to stop them, but Supergirl breaks an alien's hand, and almost uses heat vision to kill them. Nightwing intervenes, with the heat vision revealing under her costume Power Girl's outfit. They fight briefly, then talk on a nearby rooftop. They discuss whether it is time to leave or not, but Supergirl says she thinks the key to getting back to Argo City is here. "Kal-El" is talking to his slaves via remote, saying the only way they can be redeemed is to serve Kryptonians, when cries of "Lies" are heard. Nightwing and Flamebird attack, and free the slaves. But Supergirl's tattoo is revealed. "Kal-El" arrives, and destroys all witnesses to the attack.
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Keywords
Kandor

Indexer Notes

Story continues in the next sequence. Supergirl's Kryptonese tattoo translates to "Hope". The Kryptonese text on the signs on page 1 is translated as follows: "LOVE SHOW" (twice) and "SUPERMAN THE MOVIE".

Candor Part Two (Table of Contents: 8)

Supergirl / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Joe Kelly; Greg Rucka (story)
Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Norm Rapmund
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
Comicraft
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El; as Flamebird]; Power Girl [as Nightwing]; Ultraman [as Kal-El]; Chezzt; Praisesingers; Zor-El (flashback, cameo); Clark Kent (flashback, cameo); rebel leader Basqatin; Mamoth (cameo); Saturn Queen
Synopsis
"Kal-El" recognizes Flamebird's tattoo as belonging to a Kryptonian. The praisesingers search out Nightwing and Flamebird, terrorizing the people. Supergirl and Power Girl discuss why they are there, and that Supergirl is searching for a way to Argo City. The tattoo is tracked down to Chezzt, and "Kal-El" confronts him to find out who he tattooed. "Kal-El" talks to his mother, who can read his mind. Nightwing and Flamebird meet with the rebel leader to discuss the situation, but then the monitors interrupt with "Kal-El" saying he will kill 100 of the "unclean" every 10 minutes until the pair surrenders. The first deadline approaches, and "Kal-El" starts to kill a mother and child, when they are rescued by "Nightwing" and "Flamebird". But the child proves to be a human bomb and explodes, seriously hurting the pair. As "Kal-El" confronts one of them, he's ambushed by the real Nightwing and Flamebird, and Flamebird starts beating him to death, flashing back to her father telling her to kill the real Kal-El. Nightwing tries to stop her, but is stopped by others. Flamebird starts hearing a voice in her head, and it convinces her to unmask, and kiss "Kal-El". The voice is coming from "Kal-El's" mother, who is revealed as Saturn Queen.
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Keywords
Kandor

Indexer Notes

Story continued from the previous sequence, and continues in the next sequence. Supergirl's Kryptonese tattoo translates to "Hope". The Kryptonese text on the sign on page 1 is translated as follows: "KNEEL", and on page 3 as "CAT AT JAC'S" (probably supposed to say "EAT AT JOE'S"), and on page 10 as "SAVE YOURSELVES"

Candor Part Three (Table of Contents: 9)

Supergirl / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Joe Kelly; Greg Rucka ("Special Thanks To")
Pencils
Ron Adrian
Inks
Rob Lea; Norm Rapmund
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
Comicraft
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Power Girl [as Nightwing]; Ultraman [as Kal-El]; Saturn Queen; Lightning Lord (cameo); Cosmic King (cameo); Superman (cameo); Batman (cameo); Alura (flashback, cameo)
Synopsis
Nightwing is in chains. Kara is being prepared for her wedding to "Kal-El" by Saturn Queen, and under her mind control. Saturn Queen then confronts Power Girl, telling her they have met and fought in another time. Power Girl realizes that Kara is being controlled, but as Saturn Queen starts to deny the level of control, she feels pain, and her nose starts to bleed, caused by something Kara did. "Kal-El" is getting a yellow-sun treatment to keep his powers in Kandor, and talks with Kara. Suddenly, she flashes back, and starts thinking of killing "Kal-El". Saturn Queen had sensed this, and rushes back, mentally telling Kara to stop. Kara sees scenes in her head about how Saturn Queen was defeated in a Superman/Batman team-up, and how she found Ultraman in the phantom zone, and how they then landed together in Kandor. She gets Kara under control, and confronts her, but that makes Kara flash back to a time with her mother, telling her to end the curse of El. This finally breaks Saturn Queen's control completely, and Kara attacks her. Saturn Queen tells Ultraman to attack Kara, but Kara attacks first, pounding him through the wall and into the wall of the dome around Kandor. Power Girl, about to be beheaded, hears the sound of that. Saturn Queen rushes out, and tells them to execute Power Girl immediately, but Kara intervenes, and frees Power Girl. The fight is on, as Ultraman also attacks, but Kara defeats him, and is about to kill him, when Saturn Queen mentally intervenes. She asked that her son be spared if she shares information about Argo City. The information is shared, and Kara leaves Ultraman alone, and departs with Power Girl.
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Keywords
Kandor

Indexer Notes

Story continued from the previous sequence, and partially continues in the next sequence. The Kryptonese text on the signs on page 1 is translated as follows: "OBEY" and "KNEEL". The banner on page 3 doesn't appear to be Kryptonese.

Big Girl Small World (Table of Contents: 10)

Supergirl / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Joe Kelly
Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Norm Rapmund
Colors
Rod Reis
Letters
Richard Starkings
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Power Girl (flashback); Captain Boomerang [Owen Mercer]; Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark] (cameo); Jonathan Kent (flashback, cameo); Martha Kent (flashback, cameo); Zor-El (flashback, cameo); Alura (flashback, cameo); Batman (cameo)
Synopsis
Supergirl is smoking, and talking to Boomer, together on a date. He keeps asking her questions, like an analyst. He asks her when she started smoking; she says just now, but she finds it disgusting, and is immediately quitting. She flashes back to her recent confrontation with Power Girl, after returning from Kandor. Power Girl wants to know why they suddenly left, and she found herself back at JSA headquarters. Kara insists she just quit as it wasn't their fight. Power Girl suddenly understands that Saturn Queen gave her information about Argo City, but Supergirl just keeps insisting that they never should have gotten involved. Power Girl gives up, and leaves. At a nightclub with Boomer, she flashes back again, this time to Themyscira, where she spent some time with Wonder Girl. She then plays pool with Boomer, and finds out that his father was murdered. She then flashes back to time at the Kent farm talking with the Kents. She and Boomer move their date to the top of the Empire State Building, where he's looking into apartments with binoculars, and finds a wife-beater, who Supergirl takes out with an almond. She flashes back to Krypton, where her father is struggling with her mother, and tells Kara to kill her. She needs money for their date, so she goes to the Batcave, and sells a Kryptonian "Sourcedoc" medical device to Batman for one million USD, so that she will never have to worry about money again. He tells her that Superman is worried about her. After dinner with Boomer in Japan, they are about to end their date, when a truck is about to run over a girl chasing a cat. She stops the truck, and the girl asks if she is Supergirl, and if that's her new costume. Supergirl asks her if she likes it, and she says "No, Supergirl shouldn't wear black. Too dark." Supergirl returns home, and Wonder Girl appears after a blowout with her mom, and they comfort each other.
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Indexer Notes

Story continued from the previous sequence. The Kryptonese word that Supergirl uses on page 16 is translated as "CTUMOS", which she says means "sourcedoc" or "reset button".

Cover Gallery [JLA #122] (Table of Contents: 11)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 0.25 page (report information)

Pencils
Daniel Acuna
Inks
Daniel Acuna
Colors
Daniel Acuna
Editing
Mike Carlin; Michael Siglain (associate)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Flash [Wally West]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; OMACs
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Cover Gallery [JLA #123] (Table of Contents: 12)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 0.25 page (report information)

Pencils
Daniel Acuna
Inks
Daniel Acuna
Colors
Daniel Acuna
Editing
Mike Carlin; Michael Siglain (associate)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Aquaman; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Red Tornado; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Manitou Dawn; Green Arrow; Black Canary; Troia
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Cover Gallery [Superman #223] (Table of Contents: 13)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 0.25 page (report information)

Pencils
Ed Benes (signed)
Inks
Mariah Benes (signed)
Colors
Rod Reis
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Superman; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]
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Cover Gallery [Supergirl #6 Variant] (Table of Contents: 14)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 0.25 page (report information)

Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Ian Churchill
Colors
?
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Power Girl [as Nightwing]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El; as Flamebird]
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Cover Gallery [Supergirl #6 Regular] (Table of Contents: 15)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Ian Churchill (signed)
Inks
Norm Rapmund (signed)
Colors
Aspen [as Veed]
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Power Girl [as Nightwing]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El, as Flamebird]
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Cover Gallery [Supergirl #7] (Table of Contents: 16)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Ian Churchill
Colors
Aspen
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El; as Flamebird]
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Cover Gallery [Supergirl #8] (Table of Contents: 17)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Joe Benitez (signed)
Inks
Victor Llamas (signed)
Colors
Edgar Delgado (signed)
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Power Girl
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Cover Gallery [Supergirl #9] (Table of Contents: 18)

Supergirl / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Ian Churchill
Colors
?
Editing
Eddie Berganza; Jeanine Schaefer (assistant)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]
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Indexer Notes

The cover is an homage to All Star Superman (2006 series) #1.

[Blank Pages] (Table of Contents: 19)

blank page(s) / 6 pages (report information)

Indexer Notes

Pages numbered 78, 134, 140, 156, and the inside front cover and inside back cover, all blank pages (some colored red).

The Lost Daughter of Krypton! (Table of Contents: 20)

Supergirl / promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Ian Churchill
Inks
Norm Rapmund
Colors
Aspen [as Veed]
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Supergirl [Kara Zor-El; as Flamebird]

Indexer Notes

Summarizes the content of this trade paperback. The artwork is detail from the regular cover of Supergirl #6. On back cover.

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Supergirl
  2. 1. [Title Page]
    Supergirl
  3. 2. [Table of Contents and Credits]
    Supergirl
  4. 3. Power Trip
    Power Girl
  5. 4. OMAC Nation
    JLA; Justice League of America
  6. 5. Stones
    Superman
  7. 6. Nevermind
    Superman and Batman
  8. 7. Candor Part One
    Supergirl
  9. 8. Candor Part Two
    Supergirl
  10. 9. Candor Part Three
    Supergirl
  11. 10. Big Girl Small World
    Supergirl
  12. 11. Cover Gallery [JLA #122]
    Supergirl
  13. 12. Cover Gallery [JLA #123]
    Supergirl
  14. 13. Cover Gallery [Superman #223]
    Supergirl
  15. 14. Cover Gallery [Supergirl #6 Variant]
    Supergirl
  16. 15. Cover Gallery [Supergirl #6 Regular]
    Supergirl
  17. 16. Cover Gallery [Supergirl #7]
    Supergirl
  18. 17. Cover Gallery [Supergirl #8]
    Supergirl
  19. 18. Cover Gallery [Supergirl #9]
    Supergirl
  20. 19. [Blank Pages]
  21. 20. The Lost Daughter of Krypton!
    Supergirl
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