Supergirl (The New 52! #20), by K.Perkins, M.Johnson and E.Lupacchino was the first comic I have read and actually I really enjoyed it. Normally, I would class myself as a Marvel girl, but actually this DC Universe comic actually struck a chord with me.
Generally, I like the story of Supergirl. She's a strong female lead that helps save the world from multiple bad-guys. In essence - she's a total badass.
In this story Supergirl has just started her training at the Crucible Academy is being put through her paces. It's a great story and elements aim at humanising her and showing her desire to just be, Cara Danvers.
The imagery within accompanies the text extremely well and does not just accompany the text/dialogue, but enhances the narrative. The reader does not have to work hard to visualise the scenes as this is done so well for them. Instead they are left to concentrate on the narrative and flow of the story.
On the whole, I really enjoyed this comic. it's the first one I have read. And yes, I did chose it because I liked the cover. However, now I think I will look to explore the story of Supergirl and Cara Danvers even more. I will be reading and reviewing more comic books, so watch this space...