A few years ago, I read a DC comic that had a multiverse in it and there was a scene that had a whole bunch (four or five) of Supergirls flying in a line formation like the jets at the beginning of this video:

If I remember right, the supergirls were in formation almost mirror image to the image of the planes in the video -- they were all flying facing the right, and the top girl was the most right, the others sliding more left as they went down something like this:


I think that each Supergirl was from another universe. Maybe one of them was Powergirl.

What comic was this?

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    A "few" years ago? Also, is this the only thing you remember about the comic? Were they wearing the same outfit? Were they fighting? Jun 18, 2017 at 19:56
  • I love your name, Doctor W! A few years is at least three, maybe five years ago. They were definitely not wearing the same costume -- I'm like 90% sure that they were from different universes. I'm pretty sure they were flying to fight somewhere, but I don't remember the story exactly.
    – Samuel
    Jun 18, 2017 at 19:59
  • Was it a new comic then? Jun 18, 2017 at 20:05
  • It probably was a new comic then. I'm pretty sure the drawings looked more modern, but maybe they were recolored old ones? But probably a newish comic. I borrowed them from my roommate who was reading a lot of comics at the time, and which comics I borrowed and read gets a little blurry.
    – Samuel
    Jun 18, 2017 at 20:09
  • How many of them? Not five? Jun 18, 2017 at 20:11

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The best example I have been able to find is from Superman/Batman #24

Bizarro assembles the Pre-Crisis Kara Zor-El, Post-Crisis Kara Zor-El, Linda Danvers, Cir-El, and Power Girl to rescue Superman. Wikipedia-Alternate Versions of Supergirl

Image from Superman/Batman #24

Gallifreyan's image is likely from the same issue (they appear to be drawn the same).

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