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Monday, April 11, 2011

Interesting News!

Apparently (according to the DC comics website at least), Lilah Sturges is going to be writing Power Girl starting #26. I'm thrilled. I'm like one of three people who've been reading JSA All Stars, but I love(d) it so much. And she did a great job with her. I'm not a Winick fan, I admit, so I haven't been reading it (also, I don't acknowledge anything to do with that Generation Lost stuff. :-P) But I'm going to start now. Can she bring Sandy with her? I kind of thought that JSA All-Stars might have been hinting a potential relationship there, and Sandy doesn't have a book anymore anyway. So he's gotta be available. Come on, save the guy from limbo! :-)

(Entry edited on December 1, 2020 to reflect accurate names and pronouns.)


  • At April 12, 2011 11:52 AM, Blogger ARS said…

    This sounds great, I hope. I loved the book when it started. It was funny and cool. There was silly dialogue and a serious side as well. It was fun to read, entertaining without trying too hard. Then we got Winnick and the Generation Lost stuff. I reluctantly stayed, feeling the fun had gone as everything was deadly serious. We had the company in free-fall, all the supporting cast save one scrubbed. It became a chore to accept the dialogue that had once been easily funny and not forced.

    I have stuck it out for one reason. I did not want to drop the title unless my Winnick toleration reached critical mass. I wanted to support the book, knowing if Power Girl was not canceled at the end of Winnick's run a new writer would be announced. I hope some of the old characters introduced in the beginning can revolve around in the book. Plus her stinky cat needs to return. I am going to be looking forward to a change.

  • At April 12, 2011 3:48 PM, Blogger SallyP said…

    Well! I may actually begin to pick it up again. I am very fond of Peej, but I am NOT so fond of...Winick. However, Sturges is actually a pretty decent writer.

    And the appearance (and possibly even dialogue!) of Sandy would be greatly appreciated.


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