Supergirl Martian Problems, Wonder Woman as POTUS And We Get A Throwback Reference To The Death Of Supergirl

Hello Supergirl Superfriends! It’s Richard from Zeus Comics!

The team-up continued this last episode with Superman and Supergirl vs. Metallo.

Then all out team up with Superman, Supergirl, an exo suited powered up Alex Danvers and J'onn J'onzz AKA the Martian Manhunter versus not one, but two Metallos!

We also got a deeper origin for J'onn in a scene with Superman and the Martian Manhunter at the fortress of solitude.

This is similar to his origin the comics and may be relevant to the next episode.

Mars was comprised primarily of two tribes: a peaceful Green Martian tribe and a warrior race of White Martians.

J'onn J'onzz is the sole survivor of the planet Mars.

Or is he?

New promos are teasing us with the appearance of M’Gann or the Miss Martian.

In her comic bio, Miss Martian is a survivor of the aggressive and barbaric White Martian tribe, but like J'onn she is a shape-shifter and hides her white martian identity pretending to be a peaceful green martian.

Is Supergirl’s Miss Martian good or bad?

With a super-power set identical to J'onn, she sure to be handful for Supergirl and the Martian Manhunter

Also Linda Carter, Linda Carter, Linda Carter!

Fans of classic comic Super-Hero television will recognize the Incredible, the original Wonder Woman!

Linda Carter returns to TV in the next episode playing the president us of A in our Supergirl TV universe.

And one last highlight is this image from the Metallo battle in which Superman holds a incapacitated Supergirl.

This shot is pulled from the 1986 comic event Crisis On Infinite Earths in which Supergirl died deleting the Anti-Monitor.

While they are different, one of the things I love about Supergirl and all four CW shows is the love the producers and writers have for the characters and stories from the comics.

With Linda Carter, Miss Martians and a now awake Mon-E, I can’t wait for the next episode of Supergirl Welcome to Earth!

Video: Director Rueben Gonzales, Editor Chris Williams.
Richard is the owner of the Eisner award-winning Zeus Comics in Dallas, Texas and co-creator of The Variants, a webseries about life in the comic shop. He is also freakishly good at handstand push-ups. You can follow Zeus Comics on twitter and instagram @zeuscomics or at zeuscomics.com.