Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow #4 – Tom King, Writer; Bilquis Evely, Artist; Matheus Lopes, Colorist. Ray: When this series was announced, I remember saying that I was both excited, and scared for what the hell Tom King was about to put my favorite character through. I was right to be worried—this is unambiguously the darkest story Supergirl has ever been involved in, and that includes the one where she died. But despite this, she’s still not the central character in this book. Ruthye is the lead and POV character, and we’re mainly seeing Supergirl through her eyes. That means that Kara is an invincible, heroic figure who faces impossible odds—the way we usually get to see her more famous cousin. Superman often gets this treatment, and seeing Kara through it was jarring. I was actually kind of anticipating a more vulnerable take on Kara, akin to the breakdowns King has given Mister Miracle, Vision, and Adam Strange. But he has a very different vision for this book, one that deals with how she affects the world around her.