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Hawkgirl #4 (of 6)

Comicscore Index
Generally unfavorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

Hawkgirl and Galaxy were looking forward to taking a break from super-heroics for an afternoon.

Vulpecula isn’t about to let that happen, and promptly puts the entire city of Metropolis in danger!

Steel and Supergirl are on hand to join the fight, but can our high-flying heroines handle… a gigantic, fire-breathing dragon?!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
29 pages
Amazon ASIN

4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    Geek Dad

    This series is doing some impressive stuff with its treatment of the mental health of superheroes, allowing them to actually express the burdens their heroics put on them. With all that, it’s no surprise Vulpecula’s claws are in deep.

  • 60

    The way this issue started out, I was concerned Hawkgirl was going to be a bystander in her own comic. Much of the early focus was given to the new character Galaxy and guest-stars Supergirl and Steel, but Hawkgirl got to step up at the end to slay a fire-breathing dragon. Unfortunately, that came with some hard-hitting self-reflection that leaves Hawkgirl contemplating her future.

  • 60

    The Fandom Post

    Making it past the halfway mark of the limited series means I’m in tor the full run but each issue just makes it more frustrating as it goes along. I haven’t been able to connect with Galaxy at all as her story is almost like it’s bolted onto Kendra’s and Kendra’s story hasn’t had any real progress at all since the first issue. It’s just a bit of a mess of things going on. This one manages to stand out with some good dialogue, great artwork, and guest appearances that helps a lot, but it also highlights the problematic areas even more because of how Vulpecula figures into the story with the two leads that just took me right out of it all.

  • 10

    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary

    So, overall this issue had inscrutable plot without a recap, people ogling Supergirl, Supergirl being taken out extremely easy, and a broken main character. Decent art though.

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