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Supergirl, Vol. 3: Infectious

(Supergirl (2016) #7)

2.48  ·  Rating details ·  25 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Supergirl…the Infected! In protecting Superman, Supergirl becomes infected by a virus created by the Batman Who Laughs, turning her into the twisted Dark Multiverse version of herself. Batman and Superman enlist the help of Wonder Woman to bring Kara back peacefully, but is it too late to save her? And if Supergirl is able to return to her old self, can she hope to redeem ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published May 5th 2020 by DC Comics
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Nov 20, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2020, hoopla
DC's events really damage this last volume. You need to read Event Leviathan before this. Then an issue or two in you also need to have read Batman/Superman Volume 1: Who are the Secret Six? as Supergirl's circumstances change drastically in that book. You will be very lost without reading it first. (DC is doing its best to force you to read all their titles.) The rest of this is just Supergirl limping along until DC mercifully kills the title. I like Jody Houser and I by no means blame her for ...more
James DeSantis
Nov 10, 2020 rated it did not like it
I don't always think events ruin comics but...this goddamn villain of the year shit RUINED Supergirl.

After two fun, exciting, solid volumes we get a messy as fuck conclusion. Right away you can tell Marc wanted to finish his supergirl run but the stupid infection of her came in. He wrote it best he could, and the build up to it was pretty interesting, but then she became this gothic/emo/scene hipster wannabe supergirl that was just intolerable. Then poor Jody Houser, who's a great writer, playe
Chris Lemmerman
Supergirl returns to Earth after successfully defeating The Circle, only to find Leviathan, the Batman Who Laughs, and even her own psyche out to get her!

The Leviathan arc that opens this book feels far separate to the rest of it, unfortunately, as Marc Andreyko bids adieu to the series. There are some good little ties back to the early days of the series (we've come a long way since the Orlando run), but the book sets up a lot of plot points that just do not have time to get resolved.

Jody House
John Yelverton
Jul 16, 2020 rated it liked it
It's a dirty rotten shame how Supergirl, once again, gets the short end of the stick as her book is completely taken over by events going on in the rest of the DC Universe, and she and her book series are just along for the ride. ...more
Adam Fisher
Jan 01, 2021 rated it really liked it
When Kara returns from her adventure in space (see previous Volume) she comes back during both the "Leviathan" and "Year of the Villain" storylines. First, she tries to find her adoptive parents only to find her mom dead and her dad re-initiated as a spy and fighting against Leviathan.
Responding to an alarm at the Fortress of Solitude, she tackles Brainiac-1 who is collecting info. But only when she gets involved in a fight where the Trinity are fighting the infected heroes now working for The
Christian Zamora-Dahmen
Mar 08, 2020 rated it did not like it
Read in single issues: Supergirl 34-36, and since the trade mentioned those issues and “more”, I assumed it was Supergirl Annual 2 and Superman/Batman 5.
Anyway. The story was horrible. I couldn’t care less about Leviathan or the Batman Who Laugh’s infection, and certainly the part Supergirl is playing here is basically irrelevant.
I think the book’s plot line derailed when it joined these DC events. Leviathan looks like a never ending story and it generates so little interest in spite of coverin
Adam Graham
Dec 13, 2020 rated it it was ok
This one is...all over the place. This one goes very hurriedly into some dark stuff happening in Supergirl's world to her being infected by the Batman Who Laughs and going on a bit of a edgy rampage in stories like, "I'm the Bad Guy."

It's really not fun reading and it's a hot mess with most of it "character insights" coming off as a bit weak and nonsensical. Given that they had their choice of who would become "infected," it seems that someone didn't really have a plan of what was going to happe
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