Here’s a very different Supergirl fan film – instead of lots of flying and fighting, this film puts the Girl of Steel in an interrogation room with a few bits of out of costume fighting, and an appearance by a certain speedster.

Girl of Steel is a conceptual fan film based on DC Universe/Comics heroine, Supergirl. We wanted to produce a short story that empowers female role models. The Girl of Steel isn’t just a superhero, but a freedom fighter inherited in all young women.

It’s a really different take on the Supergirl character, and one that five years ago would have been a viable pitch reel for The CW.


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  1. I usually find fan films to be a little silly, fun and entertaining, but silly. I actually really like this one. It’s a cool take on Supergirl. I mean, she witnessed more of the problems with Krypton than her cousin ever did, it would make sense she’d have a different motivation and approach to her superheroism than Clark or anyone else really.

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