Supergirl needs women!
As a gesture, it's heartening. At the very least, they have decided that I'm part of a demographic they *want* to court, and have given effort (and page space!) towards doing this!
We've finally got confirmation on the thought processes behind Power Boy's character design, and I can't say I don't approve. And the example sketch they give us, with Kara distracted in battle by the power of his butt... Okay, I'm amused!
(Perhaps his "costume window" is in the wrong place?)
On the other hand? There are valid reasons I'm not buying this book. It's great that the problems with the art were discussed, but they haven't actually been *fixed*. I am honestly glad they choose to make Kara's story less simple this time around. Execution-wise, however, it's been a disaster.
I'm not sorry to hear Ian Churchill is off the title, of course, but I'm not won over by Ale Garza, either. (He's the one who drew the Supergirl story in the Infinite Christmas special.) In his rendition, that costume is especially painful to my brain.
So thank you for the invitation, Mr. Beganza, but I'll have to politely decline.
I would love to buy a Supergirl title. Sadly, judging by what has come so far, it won't be this one.