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Power Girl #4

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Based on 8 critic ratings.

The origin of Symbio revealed! Will Power Girl be able to fight the dark entity who has been lurking inside her enemies? Or will she succumb to it herself? The true battle has only begun for our heroes as their artificial antagonist invites them to join it…or die!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CP6SDQBW

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    AIPT

    All around, Power Girl #4 is a brilliant end and tease to the future. We’re excited to see what comes next for Power Girl, whether it’s the Streaky focused story coming up in January or her upcoming crossover with Supergirl. Despite being saddened over Pansica’s departure, I’m sure Williams and co. will continue the excellent work. Their effort on Power Girl is very well-defined thus far as they make sure that their experimentation with the character allows for a beneficial evolution to her and the people around her.

  • 90

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Power Girl #4 continues to be a fantastic series, building a solid Rogues Gallery for her, making her more complex than shes ever been in previous appearances, and making Omen an equally fascinating member of her supporting cast. This issue is filled with action and the Symbioship adds a touch of horror to the book. Recommended.

  • 80

    Geek Dad

    The first arc of this new title wraps up with a bang, as Power Girl’s attempt to help a dying Kryptonian lion has ended with her being possessed by a vicious symbiotic beingwho proceeds to hijack her body and immediately use it to attack Superman.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Setting up an ongoing, ever-evolving saga with a nemesis is helping elevate the character of Power Girl to even higher levels. It’s also refreshing how well-balanced the use of Superman is here. He’s present and involved in different ways, but he never takes center stage and his appearance never feels forced. It all flows incredibly well, making for a great read.

  • 75

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Power Girl #4 ends Power Girl’s conflict with the Symbio A.I. with a big superhero fight and a conclusion with consequences. The art team’s output looks great, and Power Girl’s fight isn’t over yet, but this issue is a step in the right direction for the series.

  • 53

    Major Spoilers

    Fans who are angry about the changes to Power Girl in the Superman Family era won’t be getting any less angry at Power Girl #4, but the basic story beats are solid enough, and there are some nice visual moments to be had, even if the creators still have a few lessons to learn. It’s an okay comic book experience with a cute friendship and a flying cat, so there’s still a lot to like here.

  • 30

    DC Comics News

    If Leah Williams had an editor that was competent and given some direction, this storyline could be salvaged into something VERY apropos for Power Girl. As it stands it’s the equivalent of amateur hour. Pansica’s depiction of PG may be off, but the storytelling is solid and there’s a look to the book that is enjoyable.

  • 30

    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary

    So let’s wrap up. Power Girl isn’t the hero in her own book and there are some odd leaps in the plot. There might come a time soon where I need to drop this. Because this isn’t a Power Girl book. And it isn’t entertaining as a non-Power Girl book.

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