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The series deals with a series of strong adventures by high school student Courtney Whitmore, who moves to Blue Valley, Nebraska after her mother, Pat Dogan, is a former member of the American Justice Association. Courtney receives new training when she reveals dark secrets from her family's past, while she decides to receive the very helpful Starman cosmic crew, and she already joins the American Justice Association.
It's not the best DC Universe show, or the weirdest, or the most dramatic. But dang, it made me the happiest, and at a time when things are pretty freaking grim, I appreciate any light bright enough to break through the clouds.
The show takes it's time to unfold, with key players slowly being introduced and hinted at. The first few episodes do an excellent job weaving the web of connection between each and every hero, villain, and eventual sidekick.
Stargirl is a load of fun. Filled with Golden Age greatness from the comics in a modern setting, it is just a joy to watch. If you are or have ever been a fan of the Arrow-verse, then Stargirl will be right up your alley.