Description from dc.fandom.com: Strange Visitor, real name Sharon Vance, is a being of pure energy. She was originally from Smallville, but gained her powers when a lightning strike merged her with the cosmic being Kismet. She has a loose association to the Superman Family.
Now that that’s over with, here are some discussion questions:
Why do you think the DEO sent Strange Visitor after Supergirl, even though they couldn’t fully control her?
Why do you think Sharon was so upset to be alive again?
How do you think Sharon saw past the fake memories given to her by the DEO?
Why do you think Sharon stayed behind to help Cameron Chase, Agent Shay, and Lar-On fight the DEO?
Why do you think the writers of the comic revived Strange Visitor of all characters?
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I always like the idea of superheroes struggling with not doing enough to help people. That’s something I think I would struggle with if I ever got powers or lived in that world - how could you ever enjoy a moment of rest or relaxation knowing people were hurting or suffering around the world and you could do something about it. Kara sitting around in a class while people need help in her city, much less around the world, seems insane.
Dr. Bones is just flat out cool. He’s like Amanda Waller but with powers.
Just starting it but saw this (I love that DCUI leaves the ads for other DC books and the interviews with DC creators in the books) - I loved Dark Nights: Metal but don’t remember this at all. Suggestion for a future Obscure Book Club Weekly character!