By Matt Moore
Here in the U.S., Supergirl has been reinvigorated thanks to her new CBS series. Now, it's time for Kara Zor-El to fly not just on the small screen, but on the pages of her own title, Adventures of Supergirl.
The adventures of Kal-El's cousin have proven a riveting draw for viewers -- be they comics readers or just casual fans familiar with her through the first Supergirl movie in the 1980s or the great Clark Kent TV show Smallville in the 2000s.
For comics fans, Supergirl has always been a constant presence, recovering from her death in 1985's Crisis on Infinite Earths maxi-series to a just concluded-run in DC's New 52.
For the initiated and uninitiated, Adventures of Supergirl is just like the TV show - grand fun with a dose of earnest credibility. It's definitely added to the digital pull list.
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