Throughout the 80-odd year history of comics, there have been a lot of strange occurrences, starting from the very existence of Air Male and Stampy, through the madness of the Bronze Age and the Hypno-Hustler, all the way through the disconcerting streamlining of the DC and Wildstorm Universes in the New 52. (Don’t even get me started on unraveling the “five Robins in five years conundrum.”) One character who has been through a LOT of change in that time is Supergirl, occasionally the cousin of Kal-El, aka Superman. There were her earliest appearances where she was clearly visually based on Marilyn Monroe, the time she was an alien gray blob of spooge, and an array of costumes ranging from tart-like to so garish that even *I* didn’t love them, leaving Kara Zor-El with one of the few histories more complicated than Deathlok’s.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) reminds you that Streaky has killer claws, asking:
Which version of Supergirl is the best version of Supergirl?