Saturday, May 15, 2010

POWERGIRL 12 sneak peek


This is a fun page of Powergirl visiting Atlees underground world and having a meal with her parents. I know it's not an action scene, but issue 12 is made up of a lot of personal moments with the characters. you will either love it or hate it. For those who hate it, you will be happy to learn a whole new team takes over in issue 13...so hang in there. 

6 comments:

  1. How could anyone hate a book with a scene as awesome as this... Too much fun, even without words! :)

    Can't wait to see the issue, and it's capping my favorite run in any DC/Marvel superheroing ongoing since I started reading them. Can't wait to see what you all get up to next, and thanks for making PG so much fun!

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  2. Yeah. It makes zero sense to denigrate the incoming team. Canceling my PG pull isn't personal to them. I am, however, hoping to make a point to the suits at 1700 Broadway.

    And that point would be "Don't fuck with creative magic when it's going your way."

    Alex says it best: Thank you. All three of you at Paperfilms, Thank you. I've never been as hooked on a powers comic as I have been with Power Girl.

    It's been a delight and I'm treading water until your creator-owned project hits the shelf at my LCS.

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  3. I'd be okay with the incoming team but then I heard the words crossover and thought "Fuck that."
    I know the chance is slim but I hope we get a oversized hardcover of the Conner/Gray/Palmiotti run.

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  5. I will seriously miss moments like this in a PG comic. It was the lighthearted feel that made this book such a joy to read each month. I am sad that you and the current creative team aren't on the book anymore. While I don't care for the chosen replacement writer, I will certainly check in to see how the book progresses and if it retains the same fun you helped bring to this book.

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  6. I dropped PG from my pull list (post #12), as soon as I heard the team was leaving, (and even before I found out Winnick would be writing it, which is the kiss of death for me). I just didn't see any way a new team (any new team) could measure up to the old one.

    It's a pity as PG is my favorite monthly out there right now, but I've decided to just be grateful that we at least got 12 issues of awesomeness. :)

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