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Project Rooftop and GirlWonder.org are teaming for a week of Supergirl costume revamps, which a celebrity panel then judges:

Starting today, Project: Rooftop is teaming up with Super. Girl., a Girl-Wonder.org project, to bring you a week-long Supergirl appreciation event! Here at P:R, we’re going to be reviewing our top picks from last month’s Draw Supergirl meme throughout the week, and on Friday, S.G. will be posting a comprehensive article on Supergirl’s costume history.

Our reviewers for this event include Project: Rooftop regulars Chris Arrant, Dean Trippe, Joel Priddy, and Vito Delsante, and special guest reviewer, Jessica Plummer from Super. Girl. Alright, let’s get this going!


Above, Joel Priddy’s offering.

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  1. Great designs. Personal faves include the McClaine and Priddy images. The Rooftoppers often skew away from established costume design for their characters, so I think it’s interesting how many of the reworks are still cleaving pretty closely to Kara Zor-El’s patented DC look. Suggests to me that this character is iconic for these creators in a way that others might not be.

    That makes a degree of sense, perhaps. The characetr tends to bomb with readers whenever her duds don’t match the general Superfamily colors and design, e.g. the Seagle run of a few years ago, with a brunette, darkly-clad impostor Sgirl. But maybe I’m biased. I thought Conner Kent’s black tee and bluejeans ensemble was a mistake.

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