Supergirl: Everyone on Edge

Explorations of friendship is one of the things Supergirl excels at for me. In this episode, we're looking at how people come together in response to personal crisis.

At the end of last week's episode, Sam's concern about her blackouts finally drove her to confide in Alex who pledged to help her get to the bottom of things. We haven't seen Sam and Alex spend much time alone together and it was good to see them not just interact, but connect and navigate a difficult situation together.

Supergirl: Edge You Out

Howdy!

It’s the #DCTV Couch Club Arrow writer swinging by the Supergirl universe again. I covered an episode of Supergirl earlier this season and was asked to check out tonight’s and jot down my thoughts.

Since I don’t watch the show regularly, I got lucky last time with an episode that was a nice little contained story with Supergirl battling and defeating the bank-robbing villain, Psi.

This week was a little different…

Supergirl: Kara Danvers and the Art of the Identity Crisis

Hey, guys! Meg, here. Hope you don’t mind me stepping in like this—I know I’m not your usual Supergirl Couch Club representative. I guess you could say I’m a tourist in National City this season, but I’m really excited to be here... Even though it looks like I’ve picked a pretty rough time to drop by. I mean, we’re jumping right into one seriously bummed out Girl of Steel this time around, aren’t we?

Mon-El faces an enemy he can’t overpower: death

What is a young man to do when he's handed a death sentence? Experience life as best you can, no? Mon-El deals with his fate by doing just that -- exploring the world and interacting with some of DC's international cast of heroes. But back in Metropolis, a new media mogul takes the airwaves. His name? Morgan Edge. Writer James Robinson and artist Renato Guedes continue their stellar run on SUPERMAN with issue #689, and we have some pages for you to peruse. SUPERMAN #689 hits 6/24. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
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