This week I lost the second book I have most enjoyed in the past two years. Power Girl was not a character that I have ever really followed. Mostly Fan Art bought and the Infinite Crisis was how I knew her. Gray, Palmotti, and Conner began a humorous action filled adventure book that I ranked up there with Batgirl as my most anticipated read each month. It was a book that I felt good reading. I was sad as Winnick took over but hung around because I figured it was temporary. I just didn't realize the temporary was a line wide revamp that would eliminate this title.
Matthew Sturges wrote the last story. It would have been nice to have read his run on this title. He brought back the Power Girl I fell in love with at the start. She is smart and confident without arrogance. This is a heroine that despite her impressive curves is to be admired. I like that he included a character here that Power Girl knows well, but that I do not, Cyclone. I kinda figured where Sturges was going with Cyclone, but how he did it was a neat twist. It also displayed just how smart Power Girl really is here in this adventure.
I added the cover without the writing on it. This is just an amazing work of art. No, her chest is not what draws you in either, it is her eyes. They are simple amazing in this artwork. I also am amazed at how her outfit stands out on a white background. It is just breath taking. I read for the stories, but I can appreciate a great piece of art as well.
So long Power Girl. No more reading of you dealing with the stinky cat, neighbor fanboys, or cosmic gigolos. I loved reading and collecting your adventures. Hope they use you soon and in a way that lives up to this run of your adventures. Up, Up. and Away!