In this blog, we’ll explore the most powerful versions of Supergirl, ranking them based on their strength, durability, and overall combat prowess.
Mariko Tamaki’s Supergirl: Being Super offers readers an original and captivating portrayal of Kara as she grapples with the emergence of her extraordinary abilities.
Set in a world where Superman is absent, the series presents a compelling examination of how Kara would navigate her way towards becoming Supergirl without her cousin’s guidance.
In Supergirl #49, written by Sterling Gates and illustrated by Matt Camp, the superheroine Kara Zor-El, also known as Supergirl, confronts one of her longstanding adversaries, the Silver Banshee.
Meanwhile, a friend of Kara’s, Inspector Henderson, is investigating an unusual case involving the villain and a set of artifacts she has been pursuing.
Supergirl’s portrayal in the DC Bombshells series is a unique and compelling take on the character. Set in an alternate universe during World War II.
Unlike the mainstream Supergirl, Power Girl has a more mature appearance, with a muscular build and a revealing outfit.
Following the departure of previous versions of Supergirl, DC Comics finally reintroduced an official version of the character in Jeph Loeb’s acclaimed Superman/Batman series.