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    Reviews - Power Girl - #7

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The mystery of who is Vartox solved - chubbytoad
I thought this was a very fun issue when I read it at the time it first came out, but I was very surprised when I recently came across and old copy of Superman #281 (1939 run of the title) and it had a nearly identical cover. Finally, the mystery is solved. If you want to know who is Vartox The Hyper-Man, check out that Superman issue. After reading it, I thought, maybe Vartox isn't such a disgusting pig after all. I actually felt sorry for the guy.

Anyway, the Power Girl issue is a brilliant revisit of Vartox. Very funny stuff. Jimmy and Amanda are geniuses! :-D




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