Supergirl’s Midvale time travel episodes reveal another source of power for Girl of Steel, meaning Kara will have to spend time with the moon rising.
Among many things By Supergirl time travel stage, “Prom Night!” and “Prom, Again!” The change is the way the Girl of Steel recharges after the Kryptonite exposure. In a nutshell, it almost blinks and you’ll immediately forget it with “Prom, Again!”, Arrowverse reveals what could be another Post-Crisis remake or the revelation to make the moon a new way for Supergirl to recover after her energy is drained.
The sun is shown as a source of Supergirl’s power. Alura tells the pilot’s girl that the yellow sun on Earth will give her a lot of power. Early stages are shown Supergirl exhausted her energy even through excessive stress or exposure to Kryptonite and the use of special DEO sun lamps to recharge him. Daylight was used when he was knocked unconscious and at sea while chasing a missile and after his first case of solar flare following his encounter with the Red Tornado. In later times, many times, Supergirl will turn to the sun like Slaver’s Moon with a red sun, when she has the power again to throw a grenade at her brother one day. And even if he survives in a Kryptonite suit to limit his exposure to seasons 4 and 5, he can still be found using the sun to renew his energy, even under the sun’s lights afterwards. in his brief exposure to Kryptonite initiated by the Red Daughter.
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A new twist on Supergirl’s power source has come out on “Prom Night!” After Alex takes the Kryptonite shards from Kara’s hand after her first encounter with the deadly green rock, the young Supergirl is still weak. However, he suddenly regained his strength and energy after opening a door and going through the rays of the full moon shining outside. It’s a newly discovered second source of Supergirl’s power or once again chosen by Arrowverse’s post-Crisis reset to write her history as well. Either way, that short time leaves fans with a lot of questions and possibilities.
If this has actually become the new Arrowverse trope to blame any retcon to reset post-Crisis, it creates a lot of problems going forward. The moon or moonlight has become the only way for Supergirl to recharge after excessive movement or exposure to Kryptonite fraught with complications. If it were a writing as well, then the outcome of his encounter with the Red Tornado was altered to change the concept of sunburn. DEO has to spend time making moon lamps. Supergirl’s body clock may need to be switched from day to night so she has plenty of time for the moon to shine. And of course, there are specific issues with the intensity of the moon’s shine due to the many phases of the moon.
Another way to explore if it’s not a reset, why haven’t the moon been used as a power restorer before? A theory as to why the moon is used as such a kind of lunar Supergirl The battery was not used so Alex, one of the world’s most important authorities on Kryptonian physiology, only forgot that moment after his brother’s first exposure to Kryptonite. There is also the possibility that after Supergirl’s first Kryptonite exposure, subsequent exposures kept Kryptonite in her cells blocking the moon’s effect. Or it could be something as simple in the show as remembering the basic science of that moonlight is yet another form of reflected sunlight.
It makes sense for Supergirl to change the source of her energy to change the moon, after all the moon is always regarded as a feminine symbol of power. Regardless of the reason, this change in ways to prevent Supergirl’s exposure to Kryptonite only adds weight to fan interest for favorite Midvale prequel series of the Danvers sisters. Watching young Kara discover other superpowers and figure out what the young superhero can do will provide a lot of story ideas for a spin-off.
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