Superman & Power Girl & Dinosaurs

On the grand scale of things, dinosaurs are far from the most formidable enemies that Superman or Power Girl have fought. Honestly, what's a T-Rex compared to a Darkseid? Show me a velociraptor and I'll show you Doomsday.

So then why are a few overgrown reptiles rampaging through Manhattan giving them so much trouble? Shouldn't this be an easy day's work for those two?

Find out in POWER GIRL #22, on sale Wednesday.

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The GENERATION LOST crew are in desperate need of a morale Boost

Following the loss of Blue Beetle, the JLI faces their darkest hour in JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #21. Captain Atom is still haunted by the thousands that died in Chicago, and now Booster has lost confidence in their mission just as it begins to approach its climax. If only something could jolt them back into action...

JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #21 is on sale today in comic shops and in our digital store.

Can Power Girl make Batman remember Max Lord?

Max Lord pulled off the ultimate disappearing act by wiping the memory of his existence from everyone's minds - everyone, that is, except the JLI.

They're going to need some help to blow Max Lord's cover, but how can Power Girl recruit Batman to the cause when he doesn't even believe Max Lord exists?

Judd Winick and Sami Basri's POWER GIRL #21 is on sale this week.

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Max Lord: villain or hero?

It's hard to imagine someone capable of such evil acts as anything but a villain, but the cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #20 poses the question: "Max Lord: Villain... Or Hero?"

Next Wednesday's issue takes a look into Max Lord's past and explains the reason he's made it his life's work to eliminate metahumans.

Take a look at the preview below!

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"An albino King Kong with four arms. And a dragon!"

Judd Winick's done a great job in his eight issues of Power Girl telling stories that are not only action-packed, but actually very funny. And as long as he's been on the series, he's had Sami Basri drawing all kinds of crazy things, from aliens to robots to OMACs to, well, giant albino gorillas and dragons, as displayed in the POWER GIRL #20 preview below.

...to which I just have to say bravo, gentlemen. Keep up the great work and I'll be a happy comic reader.

POWER GIRL #20 is on sale this month.

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