"Supergirl" Comics Index


  • [ 6] Supergirl #35 (January)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Keith Champagne
    Sam Lane looks on as his computers try and track all Kryptonians in America. Kara's parents scoff at her taking on the Linda Lang secret identity and want her to come live with them. She's torn, wanting to pick up her life in Metropolis. Lana confronts Cat Grant about another of her anti-Supergirl front page articles. Meanwhile Major Krull (Reactron) is offered a new procedure to get him back in action. Zor-El attempts to remove the Kryptonian poisoning Kara contracted during her time encased in the Kryptonite meteor on her journey to Earth. It is this K poisoning that has been playing havoc with her memories and mental status. A cloaked woman (Superwoman) flies away from the New Krypton towards Metropolis.

  • [ 8] Supergirl #36 (February)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Keith Champagne
    Kara races to reach her father who has been shot by Reactron. Zor-El passes away in Kara's arms. At the Daily Planet Lana gives Cat Grant a piece of her mind. In Kandor Alura reacts angrily towards the death of her husband. Later Alura blames Superman and Supergirl for Zor-El's death. Kara flies off angry and comes face to face with a female Kryptonian calling herself Superwoman. They two fly off together and chat, with Superwoman promising to reveal her identity when the time is right.

  • [11] Supergirl #37 (March)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Keith Champagne
    Superwoman appears to be trapped into serving Sam Lane because he knows her secret identity. On New Krypton, Alura demands Thara, as Security Chief, locates Kara, who seems to be missing. Kara is actually collecting her thoughts out near the sun. Superwoman joins her there. In Metropolis Lois meets Inspector Mike Henderson of the Metacrimes Division who is investigating the murder of Agent Liberty. Arriving back home, Kara is ordered by her mother to go to Earth and bring back Reactron for murdering Zor-El. Warned off by Thara, Kara flies to Earth anyway, where she's warned off by Superwoman... who won't take no for an answer.

  • [14] Supergirl #38 (April)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Keith Champagne
    Superwoman punches Supergirl, trying to keep her from landing on Earth. Supergirl fights back but Superwoman has the upper hand. Just as she's about to fly the unconcious Kara back to New Krypton Superwoman is ordered to drop Supergirl as she's needed elsewhere. Meanwhile at the Metropolis City Hospital Inspector Henderson's autopsy of Agent Liberty's body is interrupted by Major Lucy Lane who has Liberty's body taken away... but not before his computers have downloaded Liberty's suit's memory. At the Daily Planet Cat Grant receives a package containing a crude Supergirl doll, which she tosses in the trash. A battered Supergirl arrives at Lana Lang's apartment. Reactron attacks his ex before Superwoman arrives to take him out. He tries using his Gold Kryptonite on her... but it has no affect because she's not Kryptonian. Kara can't decide where she belongs, on Earth or New Krypton. Lana (who appears to be coughing up blood) tells her she's welcome to stay with her.

  • Notable Issue: R.E.B.E.L.S. #1 (April)
    Tony Bedard, Andy Clarke, Andy Clarke
    The future is now in this all-new monthly series! Brainiac 2 is a hunted man. His cosmic police force safeguarded over 80 worlds until a mysterious adversary suddenly seized control. Now Vril Dox must recruit a new team to win back his command and free countless billions. But this time, he's basing his new group on the greatest heroes and villains of the 31st Century! Guest-starring Supergirl and The Legion of Super-Heroes!

  • [18] Supergirl #39 (May)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle & Talent Caldwell, Jon Sibal & Talent Caldwell
    Superwoman stops Reactron from hurting his girlfriend, takes him into custody, and the blows up the apartment with the girlfriend in it. Meanwhile Supergirl is flying all over the place searching for Reactron's girlfriend, and calls in Lana's help, but she arrives too late, finding the apartment destroyed. She is however spotted by a Project 7734 camera. Alura chides Kara for not retrieving Reactron. Upset at her mother's treatment, Kara cries on Lana's shoulder. Superwoman is assigned to team up with Reactron to hunt down Supergirl. Kara pays Inspector Henderson a visit, as he's discovered that Superwoman killed Agent Liberty. Lucy Lane also arrives, asking Supergirl why a member of the Superman family would kill Agent Liberty. Seeing that Superwoman is working with her father's killer, Supergirl flies off to find her.

  • Notable Issue: R.E.B.E.L.S. #2 (May)
    Tony Bedard, Andy Clarke, Andy Clarke
    Vril Dox - the son of Brainiac - finds himself fleeing from the universe's deadliest bounty hunters as he tries to figure out who stole his intergalactic L.E.G.I.O.N. police force from him. But the more he learns, the less he likes! Guest-starring Supergirl.

  • [22] Supergirl #40 (June)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Jon Sibal
    Supergirl chats with Inspector Henderson when Major Lucy Lane steps in to tell them they found Superwoman. Supergirl flies off to the location indicated, only to find it's a trap, with Reactron jumping her. Using Gold Kryptonite Reactron rends Supergirl powerless for 15 seconds, but she uses techniques Batman taught her to land safely. Meanwhile Lana, Cat and Jimmy attend an Awards banquet when Lana suffers a noes bleed and passes out. Back at his own apartment Henderson finds his window melted, turns around and is blasted with heat-vision by Superwoman. Supergirl arrives, knocks down Superwoman, taking off her mask. Superwoman is really Lucy Lane!

  • [26] Supergirl #41 (July)
    Sterling Gates, Fernando Dagnino, Raul Fernandez
    Lana is rushed into hospital. General Lane watches on as Lucy AKA Superwoman and Supergirl fight. Lucy refuses to answer any of Kara's questions, saying she planned to frame Supergirl for Agent Liberty's death. Reactron arrives and temporarily removes Kara's powers with Gold K. However an injured Inspector Henderson shoots Reactron and as he falls his powers create a surge in Lucy's suit. With her powers returned, Kara grabs Lucy and begins pulling at her costume. As she tears off the S on Lucy's costume the woman is hideously distorted and claims Supergirl has killed her. Lana leaves hospital much to the concern of Jimmy and the suspicions of Cat Grant.

  • [30] Supergirl #42 (August)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Jon Sibal
    As Lucy Lane's remains are retrieved, Sam Lane recalls assigning her to her role as Superwoman. Lois reacts angrily to Kara's story of Lucy being Superwoman and her death. As Kara leaves with Lana she gives Lois a piece of cloth from Superwoman's costume. Codename: Assassin takes out a team of Science Police to free Reactron. Lois visits Lucy's apartment. Kara flies back to New Krypton. Lana gets her test results back from the hospital... and it's not good news.

    [Trade Paperback Collection: Supergirl: Who is Superwoman? reprints Supergirl #34, 37-42]

  • [34] Supergirl #43 (September)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Jon Sibal
    On her birthday, Kara sits in her room on New Krypton trying to compose a letter to her deceased father. She's concerned about her up-coming Guilding Day, where she is supposed to chose which guild she wants to join. She's also concerned about her mother Alura, who cries every night. Kara finds the place where Lucy Lane (aka Superwoman) was living on New Krypton, and Kal-El has the place investigated. Kara thinks her mother is purposely distancing herself from her, sending her on meaningless errands, but when Kara confronts her one night, she realizes that Alura was just trying to give her an insight into the various guilds. On her Guilding Day, Kara decides to join the Science Guild, to be close to her mother.

Codename: Patriot

  • [3] Supergirl #44 (October)
    Sterling Gates, Jamal Igle, Jon Sibal
    Ral-Dar escapes from Project 7734 after hearing that General Lane plans to eliminate him. Sam Lane planned this all along, as a way to put Earth and New Krypton at the brink of war. At the Science Police HQ Kara sees that Lois is still not speaking to her. Footage of Flamebird reveals to Kara that she is her old friend Thara. Lois insists Supergirl not go after Flamebird and Nightwing alone, so Superman sends her with Mon-El, while he goes after Ral-Dar. At the Daily Planet Perry refuses to publish any of Cat Grant's exposes without evidence. When Kara confronts Flamebird and Mon-El confronts Nightwing, it ends up being a trap, with Mirabai actually responsible for making Metallo and Reactron appear to be the Kryptonian heroes. Mon-El is tricked into following Mirabai (who appears to him as Supergirl), while Cat Grant receives a call to appear on Morgan Edge's TV show.

  • Notable Issue: Supergirl Annual #1 (November)
    Sterling Gates, Fernando Dagnino, Raul Fernandez
    When a bank robbery needs Supergirl's assistance, she has to go in without her Supergirl costume as Kryptonians aren't supposed to be on Earth. Having dealt with the villains, the police notice heat-vision marks and hunt out the Kryptonian amongst the hostages. A young mother and her son are found out. Using Red Kryptonite, the police inadvertantly change the boy into a monster. Kara changes into Supergirl and removes the boy towards the Sun. The boy's mother catches up to her and angrily blames Supergirl for her predicament. In Maine, a man is killed when Lucy Lane takes his life force to regain her own form. Lucy dreams about growing up, never being able to impress her father us much as Lois did. But when she joins the army and then takes on the mantle of Superwoman for him, she finally has his approval. But will he be happy about her return?

  • [8] Supergirl #45 (November)
    Sterling Gates and Greg Rucka, Jamal Igle, Jon Sibal
    Cat Grant appears on Morgan Edge's TV show and helps spout all kinds of anti-Kryptonian propaganda. In France Squad K attaks Kara, Chris and Thara while Edge airs the fight's footage. As the three Kryptonians escape, Lois rushes into the Daily Star building and gives Cat Grant a piece of her mind. Morgan Edge tells Cat that Lois is jealous. Kara bring Chris and Thara to Lana's apartment. Thara feels there's something wrong with Lana, who has just suffered another nose bleed. Kara takes Thara's concern the wrong way and the two sit in an angry silence as Lana and Chris go to get help from Lois. Reactron is ready to hunt down Supergirl.

  • [12] Supergirl #46 (December)
    Sterling Gates and Greg Rucka, Jamal Igle with Eduardo Pansica, Jon Sibal with Julio Ferreira
    Reactron is choking Kara as Chris realizes red sunlight somehow doesn't affect his tactile telekinesis. Chris and Thara break out and rescue Kara, but fail to stop Reactron. Lois and Lana are trying to get around the police. Lana has another nosebleed and Lois notices. She tells Lois to go on without her. Supergirl & Co. fight Reactron as Lois watches. He threatens Lois, who gets a hit in on him. Thara turns into "the real Flamebird" and flies off with Reactron. She pulls the gold kryptonite out of his chest and disintegrates it, and he explains everything that happened and how it was all General Lane's fault. Flamebird is going to kill him, but Kara stops her and says she wants justice, not vengeance. Chris then kisses Flamebird, which turns her back into Thara. Kara apologizes to Thara for not believing her. Thara tell Kara something about Lana. Lana walks in to a distraught looking Kara.

“Supergirl” Comics Index (2005-2011)


Here is a listing of the Supergirl monthly title from its introduction in August 2005 right through to its conclusion with issue #67 ahead of the post-Flashpoint relaunch in 2011.

Also listed are the Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes comics from #16 (May 2006) to #36 (November 2007) when the title (originally known as 'Legion of Super-Heroes') changed to include Supergirl as a regular member. The Teen Titans comics from #48 (June 2007) to #55 (March 2008) are also listed as Supergirl became a member of that team for a while. The Writer, Penciller and Inker for each issue are listed within the Comic Index pages, directly below each title's name and number.

Note: Remember, the month dates listed are from the issue covers, not the actual date when the comic was on sale.


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