by Matt Sernaker, Managing Editor
The Girl of Steel returns for more adventures with the release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season on Blu-ray! After stopping a full blown Kryptonian invasion, Kara Zor-El found herself tracking down a mysterious life pod, similar to the one that she arrived in. Who is the mysterious Daxamite known as Mon-El, and what does his arrival mean for Supergirl?
- “The Adventures of Supergirl”: It’s a bird. It’s a plane…Believe it or not, SUPERMAN has finally made his DCTV debut! The Man of Steel (Tyler Hoechin) arrives in time to assist his cousin with a damaged spacecraft suffering from sabotage. When a connection is made to LutherCorp, the duo investigate, only to encounter Lex Luthor’s sister Lena. Meanwhile, Project Cadmus is moving behind the scenes, taking action against the new head of L-Corp. Can Kara and Clark save Lena before it’s too late?
- “The Last Children of Krypton”: Supergirl and Superman must take on the newly created Metallo! The DEO continues searching for the leader of Project Cadmus, and with some help from the newly recruited Winn, Kara and Clark get some anti-kryptonite equipment to take on the new metal threat. Meanwhile at CatCo, Cat Grant decides to take a leave of absence and go find a new calling, leaving James and Snapper Carr in charge of the outlet, with Kara in the role of reporter!
- “Welcome to Earth”: One of the promises that the creative team made towards the end of the first season was that they wanted to have Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman) join the series as the President of the United States. Season 2 arrives, and they definitely delivered! President Olivia Marsdin has plans for Earth, and has offered amnesty to all alien visitors/refugees. When she comes under attack, it will be up to Supergirl to save the day.
- “Supergirl Lives”: Director Kevin Smith (Clerks) takes the reigns for this special episode of Supergirl. When people start to disappear from National City, Kara and the DEO tie the kidnappings to an alien slave trade! With help from Mon-El, Kara heads to an alien world with a red sun, and finds that Roulette has returned and raised the stakes. Can two powerless heroes make the difference?
- “Homecoming”: Jeremiah Danvers returns! After years of being held captive by Project Cadmus, Alex and Kara finally have their father back. Their excitement is short-lived, as Jeremiah discloses the fact that Cadmus has created a massive fusion bomb from energy released from Kara’s heat vision (event earlier in the season). The majority of the DEO accepts his claims and offer to assist with open arms, but Mon-El finds the sequence of events suspicious. His concerns are quickly verified, as Jeremiah breaks into the DEO database to access the full alien registry for the United States. Can Kara and Alex stop their dad before he returns to Lillian Luthor and Hank Henshaw?
- “Star-Crossed”: The Daxamites have arrived on Earth, and they want Mon-El back immediately. Kara and Mon-El travel to the Daxamite flagship, only to have the truth about Mon-El’s lineage revealed! The Price of Daxim is reunited with his parents (guest stars Teri Hatcher and Kevin Sorbo), and they wish to rebuild their shattered world. Will Mon-El choose his family and people, or will he select to stay with the woman that he loves?
- “Resist” / “Nevertheless, She Persisted”: The Daxamites begin their invasion of Earth, and Supergirl finds herself teaming up with Lillian Luthor and Hank Henshaw in order to rescue Mon-El and Lena. The President returns with her old friend Cat Grant, and the two attempt to come to terms with Rhea of Daxam. When the discussions breakdown, Kara makes a heroic rescue of her former boss, and the truth about the President stands revealed. The clock is ticking down as our favorite heroes launch their last ditch effort to take down the Daxamite invaders and save their friends before the Earth becomes “New Daxam” forever.
- Supergirl: 2016 Comic-Con Panel
- Supergirl: Alien Fight Night
- Supergirl: Did You Know? – Facts for Fans
- Supergirl: Aliens Among Us
- A Conversation with Andrew Kreisberg and Kevin Smith
- Commentary with Andrew Kreisberg and Kevin Smith on Supergirl Lives
- Digital Copy of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season