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"Big Girl Small World": Back on Earth, Power Girl demands to know why Supergirl forced them to abandon the people of Kandor. Supergirl is not completely forthcoming, but indicates that she has learned vital information relating to [[Argo


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-- Supergirl



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Synopsis for "Big Girl Small World"

Back on Earth, Power Girl demands to know why Supergirl forced them to abandon the people of Kandor. Supergirl is not completely forthcoming, but indicates that she has learned vital information relating to Argo City.

Later, Supergirl tries to get back to a normal life. She hangs out with Wonder Girl and reflects upon their past experiences on Themyscira. She then goes out on a date with Captain Boomerang of the Outsiders.

Supergirl decides that she no longer wishes to live off of the charity of Superman and Batman. She sells Batman a Kryptonian device for one million dollars.

She returns home and ponders wearing Conner's old Superboy t-shirt in honor of his memory. Wonder Girl stops by and the two sit down to discuss their problems.



Notes

  • This book was first published on August 23, 2006.
  • This issue is reprinted in the Supergirl: Candor trade paperback.
  • Although reference is made to the "Candor" storyline from issues #6-8, no explanation is provided for Supergirl and Power Girl's presence in Kandor.
  • The tagline to this issue is "Lost Daughter of Krypton".
  • Possible first appearance of Streaky.

Trivia

  • The cover of this issue is an homage to Frank Quitely's cover to All-Star Superman #1. Cover is signed, "Quite Frankly, a nod and a wink to Frank Quitely!".
  • Supergirl both begins and quits smoking in this issue.



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