History Awesome / Supergirl

5th Jun '16 9:14:46 AM Tron80
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* Kara and Power Girl teaming up in issues 19 and 20. Armies of soldiers clad in powered armor, genetic experiments and mad [=AIs=] against two Kryptonian girls? Easy as pie.



-->'''Supergirl:''' [[BadassBoast Cyborg Superman, show yourself! You stole my flesh, but in so doing made me anew! Do you see?! Fists with the mass of moons, legs with the heat of suns! I have the power of creation at my fingertips and I will not stop until I have forged a world of misery]]!

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-->'''Supergirl:''' [[BadassBoast Cyborg Superman, show yourself! You stole my flesh, but in so doing made me anew! Do you see?! Fists with the mass of moons, legs with the heat of suns! I have the power of creation at my fingertips and I will not stop until I have forged a world of misery]]!misery]]!
* Supergirl pummelling Lobo in issue 28.
* And then in Supergirl 35 she [[spoiler:gave up her Red Lantern ring, died, was reborn thanks to sun radiation and beat up the living Kryptonian armor.]]

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20th Mar '15 5:35:39 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Linda Danvers manages to take over the position of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl despite having only a fraction of her powers for decades, protecting the universe in hopes of sacrificing herself for the fifteen-year-old girl she'd known only a couple of weeks. The fact her noble nature (despite being formerly a CompleteMonster ''according to God himself'') wins over the Pre-Crisis Superman into loving her makes her ''Many Happy Returns'' arc a truly impressive one. Too bad it ends on a BittersweetEnding verging on DownerEnding.

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* Linda Danvers manages to take over the position of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl despite having only a fraction of her powers for decades, protecting the universe in hopes of sacrificing herself for the fifteen-year-old girl she'd known only a couple of weeks. The fact her noble nature (despite being formerly a CompleteMonster ''according to God himself'') wins over the Pre-Crisis Superman into loving her makes her ''Many Happy Returns'' arc a truly impressive one. Too bad it ends on a BittersweetEnding verging on DownerEnding.
14th Mar '15 6:59:46 AM CharlesPhipps
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* Linda Danvers manages to take over the position of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl despite having only a fraction of her powers for decades, protecting the universe in hopes of sacrificing herself for the fifteen-year-old girl she'd known only a couple of weeks. The fact her noble nature (despite being formerly a CompleteMonster ''according to God himself'') wins over the Pre-Crisis Superman into loving her makes her ''Many Happy Returns'' arc a truly impressive one. Too bad it ends on a Tearjerker level.

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* Linda Danvers manages to take over the position of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl despite having only a fraction of her powers for decades, protecting the universe in hopes of sacrificing herself for the fifteen-year-old girl she'd known only a couple of weeks. The fact her noble nature (despite being formerly a CompleteMonster ''according to God himself'') wins over the Pre-Crisis Superman into loving her makes her ''Many Happy Returns'' arc a truly impressive one. Too bad it ends on a Tearjerker level.BittersweetEnding verging on DownerEnding.
14th Mar '15 6:46:44 AM CharlesPhipps
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* The Matrix Supergirl proves her heroism by sacrificing herself for the "Incorrigible" Linda Danvers. What is an incorrigible? It is a person who ''God himself'' says has no hope of redemption (but, given Peter David's religious beliefs, turn out to have "outs" even for them). Matrix, by sacrificing herself, proves capable of inspiring Linda to become a hero in Matrix's place.
14th Mar '15 6:46:24 AM CharlesPhipps
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* The Matrix Supergirl proves her heroism by sacrificing herself for the "Incorrigible" Linda Danvers. What is an incorrigible? It is a person who ''God himself'' says has no hope of redemption (but, given Peter David's religious beliefs, turn out to have "outs" even for them). Matrix, by sacrificing herself, proves capable of inspiring Linda to become a hero in Matrix's place.
14th Mar '15 6:41:48 AM CharlesPhipps
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* Linda Danvers manages to take over the position of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl despite having only a fraction of her powers for decades, protecting the universe in hopes of sacrificing herself for the fifteen-year-old girl she'd known only a couple of weeks. The fact her noble nature (despite being formerly a CompleteMonster ''according to God himself'') wins over the Pre-Crisis Superman into loving her makes her ''Many Happy Returns'' arc a truly impressive one. Too bad it ends on a Tearjerker level.
14th Mar '15 6:38:50 AM CharlesPhipps
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* The Carnivore, the First Vampire of the DC Universe ([[ContinuityDrift at least in Peter David's run]]) and a [[DimensionLord Demon Lord who ruled his own dimension]] has managed to take over the universe by [[RefugeInAudacity blackmailing God/The Presence]] with the souls of the Earth Angels. This proves to be a XanatosGambit on the part of Gods as Supergirl manages to turn the resulting CrapsackWorld on the Carnivore and defeat the omnipotent being with the power of love.

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* The Carnivore, the First Vampire of the DC Universe ([[ContinuityDrift at least in Peter David's run]]) and a [[DimensionLord Demon Lord who ruled his own dimension]] has managed to take over the universe by [[RefugeInAudacity blackmailing God/The Presence]] with the souls of the Earth Angels. This proves to be a XanatosGambit on the part of Gods as the Linda Danvers Supergirl manages to turn the resulting CrapsackWorld on the Carnivore and defeat the omnipotent being with the power of love.
14th Mar '15 6:37:58 AM CharlesPhipps
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* The Carnivore, the First Vampire of the DC Universe ([[ContinuityDrift at least in Peter David's run]]) and a [[DimensionLord Demon Lord who ruled his own dimension]] has managed to take over the universe by [[RefugeInAudacity blackmailing God/The Presence]] with the souls of the Earth Angels. This proves to be a XanatosGambit on the part of Gods as Supergirl manages to turn the resulting CrapsackWorld on the Carnivore and defeat the omnipotent being with the power of love.
* The Linda Danvers defeat of Xenon, a being who has killed hundreds of Supergirl's across countless timelines, is a definite one.
2nd May '14 11:03:30 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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** Calling out her mother on all of her bullshit and actually trying to save Reactron, even though god knows, he doesn't deserve it.
11th Nov '13 2:46:44 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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*** Her first defeat of Superwoman, in her own book, is even better. After a long, gruelling fight, Kara pins Lucy, and tears off her S-Shield, declaring she has no right to wear it.



* Post-Crisis Kara going into UnstoppableRage and laying a massive beatdown on Doomsday during ''Reign of Doomsday''.

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* Post-Crisis Talking Bizarrogirl into [[GrewASpine growing a spine]] and saving Bizarroworld.
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Kara going into UnstoppableRage and laying a massive beatdown on Doomsday during ''Reign of Doomsday''.
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