This could be a reference to the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and comics, which features a morally compromised DC Universe where heroes fight each other and Superman is a terrible person. So, you know, that sounds awfully familiar all of a sudden, doesn't it?
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Although Kara Zor-El was the first character to use the name "Supergirl," DC Comics tested three different female versions of Superman prior to her debut.
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Kara Zor-El re-entered mainstream continuity in 2004 when DC Comics Senior Vice President and Executive Editor , along with editor and comic book writer , reintroduced the character in the storyline "The Supergirl from Krypton". The title paid homage to the original character's 1959 debut. As the current Supergirl, Kara Zor-El stars in her own monthly . With DC's , Kara, like most of the DC Universe, was revamped. Until early 2015, when the title was cancelled, she featured in her own series , as well as related comics like . DC relaunched the comic series in August 2016 as part of their initiative.
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DC Comics has released a handful of previews for some Superman family titles from its full August 2017 solicitations. Check it out, and look for another preview with a little news later today. Superman was one of the most drastically changed characters by the New 52. In 2011's Action Comics #1, Grant Morrison and Rags Morales gave him a new origin, hearkening back to the character’s late ‘30s social justice roots, as a jeans and t-shirt working class champion. While in the rest of DC's line, all set five years later, he was a fully-fledged superhero, wearing an awkward new costume with a high collar, and fighting a mostly new assortment of sci-fi menaces.