FIRST LOOK: "Supergirl" #64

Tue, April 19th, 2011 at 1:28pm PDT

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CBR News Team, Editor

2011 has proven to be an interesting year for DC Comics' Maid of Might, but in the wrap to her latest adventure, Supergirl is calling in some heavy-duty reinforcements. In advance of May 18's "Supergirl" #64, the publisher shared with CBR News the final cover by Mahmud Asrar to the finale of the "Good-Looking Corpse" arc wherein Kara Zor-El has to face up to the challenge of fighting the Teen Titans – under the control of the mysterious Alex.

Written by James Peaty with interior art by Bernard Chang, "Supergirl" #64 represents the end of the brief creative change-up to recently land on the title. Starting in June, the Girl of Steel welcomes writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and artist ChrisCross for a three-part arc starting in issue #65.

"She's a bit tricky for me to write," DeConnick told CBR in a recent interview. "She's more reserved than I am as a human being. My first instincts are not hers, and if I'm not careful I run the risk of confusing "reserved" with "passive." She's not passive. She's cool, rational, cautious without being timid. As much as I think every adolescent is a boiling cauldron of dueling vulnerabilities and passions -- and Kara's no exception -- the rough start that she's gotten in life and the mantle or responsibility that she shoulders have left her more guarded, more contained than most. She's a natural leader. I'm more of a natural pain in the butt, I suspect."

Stay tuned to CBR for more on the future of "Supergirl."

TAGS:  dc comics, supergirl, mahmud asrar, james peaty, bernard chang

 
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