Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

Supergirl #18 hits your local comic book store on February 14, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive 5-page preview for you.

Supergirl #18 is written by Jody Houser and Steve Orlando, with interior art and cover A by Daniel Henriques and Robson Rocha, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau created the variant cover, Michael Atiyeh worked on the colors for the interior and Cover A, and Steve Wand handled letters.

“Artgerm” Lau’s background in graphic design and advertising is a significant influence in the Supergirl variant this week. The over-the-top 70s vibe he gives Supergirl is stunning, combined with the textured logo makes this a must-have print. DC Comics needs to produce this for the 2018 convention season.

Houser has made a name for herself with her work on Mother Panic for DC Comics, Faith for Valiant, and the adaptation of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story for Marvel Comics. Orlando has been working on Supergirl since 2016, from the launch of Rebirth.

About the issue:
“PLAIN SIGHT” finale! Director Bones and the D.E.O. put innocent lives at risk when they unleash a psychotic alien on the National City Solstice Semiformal with the hopes of exposing Supergirl. With the alien claiming the only way the Earth can stay pure is to eradicate Supergirl, Kara finds herself pushed to the edge and forced not to stay silent anymore. Supergirl must finally stand as the hero National City needs.

Check out the 5-page preview below, click on the image to expand or scroll past to see the images as well.

Are you reading Supergirl, how have you enjoyed the run so far. Comment below.
Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

Exclusive Preview: SUPERGIRL #18

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