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by Sam Basari,Judd Winick

eBook Power Girl: Bomb Squad download ISBN: 1401231624
Author: Sam Basari,Judd Winick
Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition edition (June 28, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1634 kb
Fb2: 1629 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Judd Winick (Author), Sam Basari (Illustrator). Judd Winick also managed to keep the humor that I loved from the first two volumes. This was as important to me as the art. Kara is witty, sweet, and yet tough.

Judd Winick (Author), Sam Basari (Illustrator). Book 3 of 4 in the Power Girl Series. Sam Basari's art is softer than Conner's with a less bold inking of the outlines. This works well with Sunny Sho's colors. I am new to Sho's work, and am very impressed.

Power Girl, Vol. 3 book. And while the tie-in "Brightest Day" limited series "Justice League: Generation Lost" is also a fun read, this level of DC lore is way more than most readers are going to want to invest into their books. Flow charts are needed.

Judd Winick's Power Girl: Bomb Squad is ostensibly a. .Yet, while I might appreciate Winick's more serious approach to Power Girl, precious little actually takes place in this book.

Judd Winick's Power Girl: Bomb Squad is ostensibly a tie-in to Winick's Justice League: Generation Lost; the ties here are better than in that series' other companion, Booster Gold: Past Imperfect, but still I'm skeptical how much Power Girl adds. Winick's Power Girl is still sarcastic, and her banter makes up much of the humor of the book, but Winick approaches things much more straightforward - her villains are certainly tougher, with no sense Kara will sweetly turn enemies into allies as she did at the end of Palmiotti and Gray's stories.

Sami Basri, American comic book artist, has worked on Power Girl, JLA Classified, The Shield, and Fall Out Toy Works.

Part of the Power Girl 2009 Series). by Judd Winick and Sami Basri. Due to the events in JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST, Power Girl finds herself mysteriously unaware of the period in her life when Max Lord was pulling her strings as part of Justice League International. Meanwhile, the distractions of being a heroine cause her business to falter as her friends and co-workers disappear.

Power Girl: Bomb Squad: Covers issues written by Judd Winick, and drawn by Sam Basari. I also recommend the 'Justice League Generation Lost' which is a pretty good story in two books, and ties in to Judd Winnicks Power Girl run. Reply. 4. Power Girl: Old Friends: Covers 19-27, also written by Judd Winick, and drawn by Sam Basari. Plus written by Matthew Sturges. 5. The Ame-Comi Power Girl figure.

Power Girl Bomb Squad Graphic Novel. W) Judd Winick (A/CA) Sami Basri. In these stories from issues of her series, Power Girl finds herself mysteriously unaware of the period in her life when Max Lord was pulling her strings as part of Justice League International

Power Girl Bomb Squad Graphic Novel. In these stories from issues of her series, Power Girl finds herself mysteriously unaware of the period in her life when Max Lord was pulling her strings as part of Justice League International

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Power Girl: Bomb Squad. Publisher(s): DC Comics. Timeline(s): DC Comics, DC: Infinite Crisis to Flashpoint, DC: Main Continuity.

Power Girl: Bomb Squad 1 issues. Volume Published by DC Comics. Power Girl: Bomb Squad. Short summary describing this volume.

Due to the events in JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST, Power Girl finds herself mysteriously unaware of the period in her life when Max Lord was pulling her strings as part of Justice League International. Meanwhile, the distractions of being a heroine cause her business to falter as her friends and co-workers disappear. Are they simply walking away – or is something worse happening to them?
Comments: (7)
Kerdana
I LOVED Palmiotti and Connor on Power Girl, and they worked terrific together. I was sad to see them go onto other projects, but I love Power Girl enough to stick with the title, and I'm glad I did. The artwork is very different, but still beautiful, and it manages to convey GREAT facial expressions, especially with the humor. The action was almost non stop, and the fight with the newly introduced C.R.A.S.H. was EPIC. Many of the scenes I found myself thinking, wow, is this Power Girl's Doomsday? One of the better fights I've read in awhile. And there is yet another epic battle against a surprising adversary at the end. And let's not forget the brilliantly evil Max Lord, freshly resurrected and straight from the events of Justice League: Generation Lost, also by Winick. I used to think, really, he's the villain? But his devious ways are well captured here. (Justice League: Generation Lost, Vol. 1) I LOVED the interaction with her employee Nicco, but really missed the character of Terra. Bottom line, if you love Power Girl, then you won't be disappointed. It's got the legendary Judd Winick telling a great story, and stellar artwork. Easy A+ grade.

Thanks so much for your time folks.
Sincerely, R.A. McDowell
Painshade
As another reviewer said, "Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner are off the book now? Waaaaaahh. They were a great creative team." How true. They rocked this story! Indeed, I fell in love with Amanda Conner's art and was taking a chance on this latest team. The only original team member is the letterer.

To my pleasure, I loved it and read all of Bomb Squad within a few hours of its arrival at my door. The writing is great! The plot turned in ways I didn't foresee. Judd Winick also managed to keep the humor that I loved from the first two volumes. This was as important to me as the art. Kara is witty, sweet, and yet tough.

Sam Basari's art is softer than Conner's with a less bold inking of the outlines. This works well with Sunny Sho's colors. I am new to Sho's work, and am very impressed. The colors are less vivid than in Volumes 1 & 2, and Sho's highlighting has a Vermeer like quality that I found most appealing. Well, the comics version of Vermeer!

Highly recommended! I will continue on with Power Girl if the team stays the same.
Butius
I loved this book so much. After the Palmiotti/Conner run was over I was afraid it wasn't going to be as good, but when Judd Winick took over it stayed fantastic! I've always been a big Judd Winick fan and he doesn't disappoint here. Power Girl is strong, sexy, powerful, witty, capable, and truly human. You can relate to her, and it's great to see her throw herself into a fight. I recommend every volume of the Power Girl series, definitely including Judd Winick's books!
Lanionge
As a HUGE Power Girl fan, I have to say that this comic is well written, the art is fantastic and Karen Starr is very well written as well. The comic itself showed up in perfect condition.
Blackbeard
nice stroy, great illustrations
Madis
Honestly I was scared to buy this one. I been a Powergirl fan for a long time and specially the last year or so. but this is the first book I bought with this new team and I feared the worst.

I was blown away with the art true different a little more stoic compared to Amanda more animated characters but its nothing less of amazing.

Story is just as well amazing perhaps the only down full of this book is it's part one the story dosen't finish here but I am sure gona get the second and even the third part of this book unless DC goes nuts and cancel it.
Mojind
I like Power Girl and I really enjoy Judd Winick. The combination should have been fun! But it wasn't. I forgot how much DC has "screwed the pooch." Maxwell Lord is not a villain. And Dick Grayson is most definitely NOT Batman. The latter has little bearing on the story but the former mistake is what the entire story is built on. I can see why DC has opted to reset all their characters' story lines. It is too late to save them in their current state.
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"Power Girl: Bomb Squad"
Written by Judd Winick
Illustrated by Sam Basari
(DC Comics, 2011)
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I was sad to see the creative team of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner move on after a brilliant run on this series. (God, they were great!) The good news is that the replacement writer, Judd Winick, and new illustrator, Sam Basari, keep the fun coming and match the tone and look of the earlier issues. This is a great story arc, consistent with what came before and equally full of life and good humor. There's just a teeny bit of adult-ish sexual references that make this book inappropriate for younger readers (which is a shame, since little kids have been left with so few age-appropriate super-books to read... and this one came so close...) Still, for junior-high kids and up, this is a great read. Highly recommended! (DJ Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain book reviews)