Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, first pages of the new Tom King series

Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, first pages of the new Tom King series


Late yesterday, DC released a full-bodied preview of Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow. This is the 8-issue miniseries written by Tom King (Batman, Mister Miracle, Strange Adventures) and drawn by Bilquis Evely (Sandman Universe: The Dreaming, Wonder Woman) which will start in June in the United States.

Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, details and preview pages

In Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow we will accompany the heroine and the faithful Krypto on a journey into the depths of space. In fact, in the pages distributed as a preview, we will meet Ruthye, a girl who seeks revenge against the man who killed her father. The girl tries to hire a bounty hunter by offering him a precious sword in exchange but the man has other plans: to rob the girl and leave.

At least until he runs into a drunken Supergirl who has arrived on the planet to celebrate her 21st birthday in the shade of a red sun that deprives her of her skills.

Waiting for the new miniseries, recovered, also signed by Tom King, Superman - Up in the sky on Amazon.

Supergirl, the return to the cinema in The Flash

A few weeks ago DC and Warner Bros. announced, surprisingly, that Supergirl will appear in The Flash and will be played by the young Colombian actress Sasha Calle.

Sasha Calle is best known for her role as Lola Rosales in the soap opera The Young and the Restless (Fever of Love in Italy) and was chosen from over 425 candidates personally audited by the director Andy Muschietti and Walter Hamada, president of DC Films.

The director said he was very impressed with the chemistry between the young actress and lead Ezra Miller during script reading sessions via Zoom and from ability to instill vulnerability but also resilience to the character.

La Calle succeeds an illustrious group of colleagues: Helen Slater, the first Supergirl of the 1984 film, Laura Vandervoort who played the character in Smallville and finally Melissa Benoist, who plays the superheroine in the 2015 TV series and that we remember will end with Season 6 arriving in the course of 2021 on The CW.

‘Supergirl’ Showrunners Promise ‘Better Days’ Ahead for Supercorp After Reunion

If the first seven episodes of the final season of “Supergirl” have shown us anything, it’s that Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath) was always meant to be part of the Super Friends. The good news is she’s here now, and thanks to a classic older sister pep talk from Alex Danvers (Chyler Leigh), Lena isn’t going anywhere. And now that Kara’s been rescued, Lena will have her best friend back — with no drama attached, according to the showrunners.

“We’re looking at better days,” showrunner Robert Rovner told TheWrap in an interview conducted April 8. “Lena apologized to Kara in the season opener, and she goes about the first part of the season making amends for that, and is vital to the team in terms of helping them get Supergirl back. And so once Supergirl’s back, it’s their friendship, and [Lena’s] part of the team. So we’re not going back.”

Co-showrunner Jessica Queller echoed Rovner’s sentiments, both agreeing that the super friends are “El Mayarah always,” despite Lena’s initial fear that she doesn’t belong.

“‘Stronger together.’ And finally she’s not an outsider. She’s an integral part of the super friends,” Queller added.

Obviously, we’ll see Kara back with her friends when “Supergirl” returns for the back half of its season in August. And when Kara and Lena — or Supercorp, as they’ve come to be known — do get a proper reunion, if what the showrunners say is true, the arguing will be done and things will be much different than they were before.

Of course, that’s been apparent all season. In the front half of this season alone, Lena built a device that could track Kara through the Phantom Zone (then recalibrated it to find Phantom Prime’s chrysalis), figured out that the Phantoms are essentially bloodhounds — thus setting a new plan to find Kara into motion — and made a yellow sun grenade that allowed Kara to regain her powers in the Phantom Zone and make it to the ship. The possibilities for what she does next are essentially endless.

Sadly, we didn’t get to see Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) reunion with Lena, or most of the Super Friends in the mid-season finale. When she and Zor-El (Jason Behr) made it to the ship, Kara ran straight into the arms of her sister. “I got you,” Alex reassured her before the episode cut to black. According to David Harewood, who plays J’onn J’onzz and also directed the episode, there was actually a group hug between Kara, Alex and J’onn, but that scene got cut.

This article was updated to clarify when the interview took place.

“Supergirl” returns for its final 13 episodes on Aug. 24, 2021.

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