In the Supergirl universe the character of Selena is shrouded in mystery. In the 1984 film she is an evil sorceress. After watching the movie twice as many questions remain in my head. How does this human know how to harness the power of the Omegahedran? How does she know of the Phantom Zone? This version of Selena seems determined on world domination. It doesn’t seem to me that she would serve anyone.

In contrast, the Supergirl television series Selena seems to be a servant of her people. What remains of the population of Krypton is living on the moon of Argo. The people were completely dependent on black Krytonite to keep the environment habitable. This version of the character doesn’t seem to want to enslave humanity. She is motivated to destroy the human race and terraform their planet. Selena the Krptonian witch wants a new Krypton to rise from the ashes of Earth. She strives to be a hero to her people using the powers of her genetically engineered daughter Reign.

Please join Green butterfly and Silver Vox as we discuss the character of Selena Kryptonian High Priestess or Evil Sorceress. Which portrayal did you enjoy the best? That is for you to decide. Hope you are having a super summer!


Which Version of Selena Do You Like Better?

  • TV Series (100%, 9 Votes)
  • Movie (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 9

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Cougar’s Comic Corner

Supergirl: Volume 1, Last Daughter of Krypton (2011-2015)
Released October 23, 2012, Written by Michael Green and Mike Johnson

cmx-cu-sash-lg.png|0,0,271,416 158,303,112,112_QL80_TTD_As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics – The New 52 event of September 2011, meet Supergirl. She’s got the unpredictable behavior of a teenager, the same powers as Superman – and none of his affection for the people of Earth. Crash landing on a strange new planet, Supergirl must come to grips with Krypton’s destruction with her cousin Superman and learn about her own recent past. But an ingenious new foe wants that same information – and will do anything to get it. Presenting an all-new take on the Superman’s cousin Kara, and her standing in the DC Comics – New 52 universe! Collects issues #1-7.

$5.99 on Comixology

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