"Good-Looking Corpse"
Supergirl 60 Cover
Supergirl #60
January 19, 2011
Written by James Peaty, Nick Spencer
Cover by Richard Friend, Guy Major, Amy Reeder Hadley
Pencilled by Bernard Chang
Inked by Bernard Chang
Colored by Kevin Senft
Lettering by Travis Lanham
Edited by Matt Idelson, Wil Moss
Next Issue Supergirl #63

Someone is trying to kill the young heroes of the DC Universe! Who is this villain, and how can Supergirl stop him? Maybe her friends can help - namely, Batgirl, Blue Beetle, Miss Martian, Static and...Robin?! Buckle up, folks, because this one puts the pedal to the metal on page one and doesn't let up for a second!

Summary of Stephness: Batgirl is seen on the Flyover app...

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  • Supergirl 60 page 22 TN

Behind the Scenes: Nick Spencer was the original writer on this arc of Supergirl. However, he was pulled off the title at the last moment, leading to James Peaty writing these issue. As part of his plans for Supergirl to form a team of superheros, Batgirl would have featured much more prominantly in these issues, as seen on the solicited covers by Amy Reeder:

  • Supergirl 61 unused cover

    Supergirl #61 Unused Cover

Solicitation: "Continuing the new arc by the freshly minted creative team of writer Nick Spencer (JIMMY OLSEN, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS, Morning Glories) and artist Bernard Chang (WONDER WOMAN, SUPERMAN)! Someone has set his sights on killing the next generation of heroes, and his latest targets are Robin and Batgirl! Who is this new foe, and how is he connected to some of Superman’s deadliest foes? Supergirl had better find out fast, before it’s time for another Bat-related R.I.P. story!"

  • Supergirl 62 unused cover

    Supergirl #62 Unused Cover

Solicitation: "Nick Spencer (Morning Glories) assembles the cream of the crop of the next generation of DCU super-heroes in this issue – Robin, Static, Miss Martian, Blue Beetle, Batgirl, the new Impulse – to team up with Supergirl and take on a new villain who promises to define this generation as much as Darkseid, Lex Luthor and The Joker did prior ones. Good luck, kids!"