Supergirl Vol. 3: Girl of No Tomorrow (Rebirth)
COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Superheroes
Apr 10, 2018
6.5 x 10.2 x 0.2 in
- Author Bio
Fans of the hit Supergirl series on The CW will love this fresh take on the Girl of Steel from writer Steve Orlando in Supergirl Vol. 3: Girl of No Tomorrow.
The Emerald Empress has had a vision. Sometime in the future, her greatest tragedy will come as a result of a battle with Supergirl…and she won’t allow that to happen. Now she’s manipulated Magog, Solomon Grundy, the sorceress Selena and the android Indigo into joining her as the Fatal Five, and they’re going to make sure that Supergirl’s future stops dead in its tracks.
It starts with a devious attack on Supergirl that leaves her powers out of control and slowly destroying her. But the Fatal Five aren’t just going after Supergirl—every aspect of Kara Zor-El’s life on Earth is under attack. Her boss Cat Grant and the new CatCo Reporting app. Her family and friends at the Department of Extranormal Operations. Even her relationship to the National City citizens she loves and protects.
One thing is certain—the Fatal Five will mean either the end of Supergirl’s life…or the end of her life as she knows it.
Collects Supergirl #12-14 and Annual #1.
Marketing: National advertising: Goodreads in-book advertising, Comic Book Resources, IGN, Newsarama, College Humor, Hero Complex, latimes.com, THE ONION
Digital ARC available January 2018
Trade advertising includes Shelf Awareness and Booklist
Email blasts sent to libraries, retailers and media
Ingram and Baker & Taylor advertising
Promotion on dccomics.com; goodreads.com
Promotion through DC Comics social media (Facebook, Twitter, blogs)
Support at trade book and comic shows
Promotional graphic novels poster and bookmarks
Promotional co-op allowance
In-store co-op advertising
In-book advertising on DC Comics/Vertigo periodicals
Publicity: National Media Campaign including National Public Radio and national print features and review coverage.
Extensive online support including EW, USA TODAY, PopMatters, Ain’t This Cool News, IGN, CBR, Comic Vine, Newsarama, and various comic book blogs and pop culture sites.
Author Social Media: @thesteveorlando
"A promising return for Kara Zor-El." --IGN
"The best you can ask for from a character that has had numerous firsts over the last six decades." --Newsarama
"Kara Zor-El is back and Steve Orlando and Emanuela Lupacchino have made it worth the wait." --Comic Vine