It's Threeboot Saturday, in which I point you to my review of the Supergirl and Legion of Super-Heroes review I did on the Legion of Super-Bloggers site. Here is the link to my review of issue #21:
This book was starting to pick up some steam at this point, juggling multiple plot lines and adding some nice mysteries and character points. I have enjoyed this run much more while rereading it this time critically.
Remember, Supergirl thinks she is in a complex dream state, safe on Krypton.
In a very good scene, the other female Legionnaires push her a bit, trying to snap her out of this odd idea and into reality. And they push some buttons.
Phantom Girl talks about how she feels like she doesn't belong on Earth or her homeworld Bgztl, torn between two cultures.
Triplicate Girl talks about how she can't go home again because she would be shunned.
Projectra talks about how her world was destroyed and she is alone. She wonders if Kara understands that.
All of these were meant to prick some emotional nerve in Kara. For a second, it seems to snap her back to reality. But then she sinks back into the safe fantasy that this is a dream world.
Fascinating take on Supergirl. Great issue of the Legion.