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Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #284

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #284

“The Strange Bodies of Supergirl.” Supergirl remains under influence of last issue’s Red Kryptonite encounter. With three reamining effects to go, she decides to pass the time by going back to the fair. There, she sees the freak show, and then grows a second head. With one Linda head and one Supergirl head, Supergirl is invited to join the freak show, but she leaves the fair and flies away where…

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Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #283

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #283

“The Six Red K Perils of Supergirl.” Linda Lee has her powers back, thanks to the magic of Mr. Mxyzptlk. But she still cannot reveal them to the world. After fantasizing about telling her parents the truth, she heads to the Fortress of Solitude to be with Superman. But Superman is off to the future to visit the Legion of Super-Heroes, so Supergirl travels into outerspace to relieve her boredom.…

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Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #282

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #282

“The Supergirl of Tomorrow.” Lesla-Lar waits in Kandor for Linda Lee to fall asleep, so that she can change places with her. But Linda, fretting over losing her powers, stays awake all night. Then in the morning, Superman brings a time machine to Linda. Reasoning that she might have her powers in the future, since she has them in the past, he sends her to the future. There, in an undefined time…

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Jul 4

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #281

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #281

“The secret of the time-barrier.” On earth, Superman takes Lesla-Lar, who is still impersonating Supergirl, to his Fortress of Solitude to prepare for the big “Supergirl announcement.” When they arrive, Krypto notices that she doesn’t smell right. Looking into Kandor, he sees the real Supergirl as Lesla-Lar, and activates Superman’s “exchange ray” to switch them back. When the real Supergirl…

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Jul 1

The Kara Zor-El Podcast # 36 - Touchy Armor & the WorldKilling Beast

First there were the dinosaurs. Then, the existence of life on other planets. And now, 2014 will mark yet another year of controversy that mankind will debate for centuries to come. The show begins with that same cloud of controversy, as we dissect an email so riddled with facts and blatant Pinkasms (Webster’s Dictionary defines Pinkasms as facts, either fictional or truth, that support the…

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Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #280

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #280

“Trapped in Kandor.” Supergirl goes about her normal, mundane life as Linda Danvers, regretting that she has lost her powers. Meanwhile, in Kandor, Lesla-Lar, Supergirl’s evil look-alike, decides to swap places with her again. Using her teleportation ray, shrinking ray, and brain washing machine, Lesla brings Linda back to Kandor and returns to Midvale in Linda’s place. Dressing up as Supergirl…

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Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #279

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #279

“Supergirl’s secret enemy.” As Linda Danvers weeps over losing her super-powers (last issue), a cruel woman named Lesla-Lar, who lives in the miniature Bottle City of Kandor stored at the Fortress of Solitude, becomes jealous of her while watching her on the Kandorian monitors. Linda is finally adopted by the Danvers family, and changes her hairstyle to an older look. But then Lesla-Lar uses a…

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The Kara Zor-El Podcast # 35 - The Impromptu Phoenix Comic Con Extravaganza

You can’t get a more impromptu episode then this! This episode is all about the Phoenix Comic Con and the Girl of Steel. Complete recap of my journey through the con, and the juggernaut that is the Girl of Steel. Find out what were the highlights of the con, the low points, and everything in between. We talk about the award winning Girl of Steel, cosplay, panels, podcasting, and the future of the…

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Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #278

Argo City Reviews: Action Comics #278

“The Unknown Supergirl.” After quickly using her super-speed to repair the orphanage’s carnival following an overnight storm, Linda Lee receives a message from Superman to follow Krypto. They arrive at an island, on which Superman has a large TV monitor and some broadcasting equipment. There, he tells Supergirl that it is time to reveal her to the world, and that he has had his robots secretly…

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Jun 9

It’s safe to say that I’ve been to more then a dozen comic cons in the past 3 years. That being said, my first time attending Phoenix Comic Con this year was truly an amazing event. It could be partially because of the whole reason I attended the con in the first place, as executive producer representing the Girl of Steel fan film. It was the first time we’ve shown the film in it’s entirely, and the response we got was incredible. The film won for Best Superhero Film. I couldn’t be happier with the job we did, and the amazing people I work with.

Further to that though, and something I couldn’t expect, was the incredible cosplayers that Arizona had to offer. It wasn’t just the complex costumes, or the obscure characters I have never seen done before in cosplay, but simply, the diversity of it all. Although Supergirl cosplayers were few and far between, I was so happy to see so many cosplayers portray characters from Disney films. As a huge fan of the film Frozen, it was apparent I wasn’t the only one as Frozen characters Elsa and Ana were everywhere on the convention floor. It was tricky sometimes just to remember whose pictures I had taken.

All day Saturday was spent taking pictures, and helping to promote the Girl of Steel film we were showing later that day. It was a great sight to see that come film time, the room was packed. And even a greater sight to hear the applause after the film was over. For all those who came out to see the film, and who we got to talk to afterwards during the poster signing, thank you so much for all your support, and your feedback. It was awesome seeing you all there, and hearing what you thought of the film. Saturday also gave me the opportunity to meet Batgirl and Smallville writer Bryan Q. Miller. No lies, it was pretty awesome talking with him, and even having him sign my Batgirl # 1 and Smallville V.1 trade.

Sunday was much more laid back, and started with the awards ceremony. After receiving the award for “Best Superhero Film” for the Girl of Steel, I pretty much spent the afternoon in panels (see, way more laid back).

My time was way to short in Phoenix, but a big part of me was happy to get out of that heat and back to Canadian weather. Seriously, it is crazy hot in Phoenix. Below are some highlights from the con, but you’ll find a lot more on the Facebook page right here.

The Desert Hot Girl of Steel & Cosplayers at Phoenix Comic Con 2014 It’s safe to say that I’ve been to more then a dozen comic cons in the past 3 years.