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Power Girl (2006) TPB

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-01-01 23:00:05 aaronmoish Notes Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is somewhat misleading. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper. This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers should be aware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer an absolutely definitive picture of the 21st century Power Girl. It does, however, come closer than any other single volume yet published by DC. When combined with the explanatory text, the selected issues and fragments give the reader a fairly comprehensive look at Power Girl right up to, but not including, the events of Infinite Crisis (2005) #1. It also fails to reprintóbut does touch onóimportant developments for the character in the pages of Supergirl (2005).

Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is somewhat misleading. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper. This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers should be aware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer an absolutely definitive picture of the 21st century Power Girl. It does, however, come closer than any other single volume yet published by DC. When combined with the explanatory text, the selected issues and fragments give the reader a fairly comprehensive look at Power Girl right up to, but not including, the events of Infinite Crisis (2005) #1. It also fails to reprintóbut does touch onóimportant developments for the character in the pages of Supergirl (2005). This volume collects only the 1st story from Secret Origins (1986) #11, 3 pages from JSA (1999) #32, 2 pages from JSA (1999) #39 and 20 pages from JSA: Classified (2005) #4. As such, Black Adam, Clayface, D-Bomb, Dr. Fate (07), Force, Hawkman of New Earth, Jakeem Thunder, Alex Montez, Nabu, Sentinel and the Ultra-Humanite do NOT appear in this volume.

2010-12-31 17:20:09 aaronmoish Added Creator Dan DiDio
2010-12-31 17:20:09 aaronmoish Tagline Who Is Power Girl?
2009-12-16 15:12:48 rwe1138 Removed Character Power Girl (DC)
2006-09-16 09:28:06 ferroboy Removed Character Power Girl (DC)
2006-06-08 15:52:20 DarthSkeptical Notes Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is a somewhat misleading claim. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper. This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers should be aware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer an absolutely definitive picture of the 21st century Power Girl. It does, however, come closer than any other single volume yet published by DC. When combined with the explanatory text, the selected issues and fragments give the reader a pretty comprehensive look at Power Girl right up to, but not including, the events of Infinite Crisis (2005) #1.

Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is somewhat misleading. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper. This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers should be aware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer an absolutely definitive picture of the 21st century Power Girl. It does, however, come closer than any other single volume yet published by DC. When combined with the explanatory text, the selected issues and fragments give the reader a fairly comprehensive look at Power Girl right up to, but not including, the events of Infinite Crisis (2005) #1. It also fails to reprintóbut does touch onóimportant developments for the character in the pages of Supergirl (2005).

2006-06-08 15:47:26 DarthSkeptical Notes Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is a somewhat misleading claim. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper.

This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers shoud beware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer a complete picture of the 21st century Power Girl.

Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is a somewhat misleading claim. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper. This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers should be aware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer an absolutely definitive picture of the 21st century Power Girl. It does, however, come closer than any other single volume yet published by DC. When combined with the explanatory text, the selected issues and fragments give the reader a pretty comprehensive look at Power Girl right up to, but not including, the events of Infinite Crisis (2005) #1.

2006-06-08 08:14:12 DarthSkeptical Notes Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis, but this is a somewhat misleading claim. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper.

This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers shoud beware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer a complete picture of the 21st century Power Girl.

Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis", but this is a somewhat misleading claim. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper.

This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers shoud beware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer a complete picture of the 21st century Power Girl.

2006-06-08 08:13:24 DarthSkeptical Notes Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

Cover claims to be "from the pages of JSA and Infinite Crisis, but this is a somewhat misleading claim. There's only about 6 pages from JSA proper, and nothing from the Infinite Crisis. Yes, as one of the most direct preludes to the miniseries, the JSA Classified story, "Power Play", is a part of the Infinite Crisis arc. But it's not quite Infinite Crisis proper.

This is a shame, as the Power Girl sections from IC would have made things a little clearer.

Readers shoud beware that, despite appearances, this volume doesn't offer a complete picture of the 21st century Power Girl.

2006-06-08 07:19:44 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (large)
2006-06-08 07:19:43 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-06-08 07:05:57 DarthSkeptical Added Character Power Girl (DC)
2006-06-08 07:05:57 DarthSkeptical Added Character Power Girl (DC)
2006-06-08 07:05:19 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Drew R. Moore
2006-06-08 07:05:19 DarthSkeptical Notes Moore's credit as colorist of the issue derives from his work as "color reconstructionist" to get the older issues up to a more modern standard for this volume.

Editors at the issue level are those listed for the volume as a whole.

2006-06-08 07:01:11 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Robert 'Bob' Joy
2006-06-08 07:01:11 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Adam Hughes

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