Power Girl (1988) #1

SMC Rank
32169
SMC Rating
0.00 stars
Members' Rating
Synopsis
This section has not yet been completed.
Release Information

Published June, 1988 (Copper Age) by DC Comics and went on sale in 1988 for $1.00 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $9.00 USD.

UPC:
ISBN-10:
ISBN-13:

Issue Story(s)
  • Threads!

Event(s)/Story Arc(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Writer(s)
Interior Penciler(s)
Interior Letterer(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Interior Inker(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Interior Colorist(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Cover Penciler(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Cover Letterer(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Cover Inker(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Cover Colorist(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Editor(s)
This section has not yet been completed.
Team Appearance
This section has not yet been completed.
Cameo Appearance
This section has not yet been completed.
Character's 1st Appearance
This section has not yet been completed.
Team's 1st Appearance
This section has not yet been completed.
Death
This section has not yet been completed.
Origin
This section has not yet been completed.
Resurrection
This section has not yet been completed.
Collects/Reprints
This section has not yet been completed.
Collected/Reprinted In
This section has not yet been completed.
Accessories, Features & Bonus Items
This section has not yet been completed.
Ratings and Reviews
bobashep
2

by on 6/20/2020 8:45:00 PM

This was a major problem for DC books after the Crisis. They tried too much to be a soap opera and less like a superhero comics. It's a 22 page book and maybe 4 pages is devoted to heroics. Action Comics' Paul Kupperberg pens this tale. I'm usually a big fan of his work. But this first chapter was tough to read. That dialogue was awful. I'm talking B-movie bad. It's comical but sadly not in a funny way.

Contributing Members
Power Girl (1988) #1
Tags