But DC is! With the success of the CBS/CW television series, Supergirl is getting the Rebirth treatment. “Rebirth” is about bringing back what we like about the characters (hard for me to believe considering they’re the ones who removed it in the New 52) and if this interview with the new comic writer is any indication, they finally are. For once matching the TV show is making the comic better because it looks like they’re storing the Supergirl I know and love, which makes me happy!
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