Power Girl is a great character. I used to write her off as another generic cleavage machine. The truth is though, I had never read a single story of hers. My only frames of reference were skeezy fanboy comments on nerdy message boards. My first true introduction wasn't until the pages of 2009's Terra miniseries drawn by Amanda Conner. This portrayal of Kara eventually segued into a solo Power Girl series that was amazing (but unfortunately fell victim to the New 52 reboot). These stories made me love the character. She was suddenly tough, funny, quirky, down to earth, and ready to kick anyone's ass who stared at her chest too long. I was very very sad when her series got the axe. It wasn't too long, however, until she was reintroduced to the New 52 world in the pages of World's Finest alongside her longtime friend Huntress. The only problem with this new version was her awful costume redesign. Luckily she was back to her signature duds by issue 12, as celebrated by this amazing action figure.
I think the Phil Ramirez sculpt is gorgeous. My only complaint with this design is that she looks a little too thin. I always imagined her a little more curvy and muscular.
Her articulation is pretty good. I count 15 joints (her gloves are intended to rotate but mine are stuck in place).
Time for some Comparison Pics!
Here is Power Girl with her World's Finest teammate (and action figure 2-Pack companion) Huntress.
Here she is with the recent DC Collectibles Wonder Girl.
And finally, here she is with the 2006 Infinite Crisis Power Girl and the DCUC Power Girl.