People punched in the face by Supergirl so far in Issue 0: 0 (although she's already threatening to smack the reader on the cover)
The issue begins with Supergirl doing a Luke Skywalker in a tank of fluid. She's done this before in Simon Tycho's space apartment. But this time she's on Krypton. Her father knows his brother is right about the eminent destruction of Kyrpton, so he's preparing to save her life by shooting her into space. If only he and his brother had worked together on this, the cousins could have grown up together.
I wish they never would have realized they were cousins. They'd make such a cute couple!
Zor-el drives Kara out to a remote site to launch her into space. In the meantime, he's working on plans to shield Argo City from the destruction. So he plans to save the city but shoot his daughter into space all by herself? I can only imagine that he's not sure the shielding of Argo City will work. Or he's just tired of getting punched in the face by his daughter.
Hey Superbaby! Nobody wants you in this comic! Stop trying to steal the spotlight with your heroic jaws and your spit curls!
During their conversation where Alura is merely trying to find out what her husband is up to, the creative team (or the uncreative team meaning the Editors! BURN!) throw a huge spoiler out there for Superman #0. I won't repeat it here because I only spoil comics that people can currently get their fucking hands on if they weren't cheap and/or lazy bastards. But this is DC's helpful suggestion after dropping the spoiler.
Oh, okay! Let me just get into my fucking time machine and I'll check that right out.
"Your mother doesn't know anything! Bwa ha ha ha!"
"Get out of our comic book! Nobody wants you here!"
I don't know! Spin around. Let's see the tush!
"Now get in your space egg and fuck off!"
Also, the secret to who interrupted her father's Kryptonian Dildo Message is revealed as well! It is, of course, Alura coming to say goodbye to her daughter. She blasts Zor-el with the weapon he told her was a stun weapon earlier. Hopefully he wasn't lying about that or he's a dead man!
So before I finish, let me say, "Bravo!" I appreciate a comic book that puts mysteries out there and has no problem answering them in normal fashion as opposed to stringing them out for as long as possible. A good writer knows that more questions are easy to create. Answer your fucking questions and the story improves and moves forward so that you can introduce more mysteries. Don't just spend issue after issue reminding the reader that every member of Legion Lost has a fucking secret and then never reveal even one of them. So lazy.
Zor-el is merely stunned and weakened by the weapon. He still manages to launch Kara into space and enable the city's shield before Krypton breaks apart. As seen in earlier issues, Argo City fares better the rest of Krypton but it still doesn't manage to survive. Looks like only Superman, Supergirl, Kandor, and everybody (and dog) in the Phantom Zone are the only Kryptonians to survive. Also any other Kryptonian that a writer needs in a later story and can figure out an interesting way for him to survive. Like I bet the clone Kon survived by blasting into space on a normal Kryptonian space ship since Clones were first built for the dangers of space travel.
Supergirl #0 Rating: If the first twelve issues of this comic had been compacted down to about six, this comic would be ranked probably twenty spots higher. Also, Supergirl punches zero people in Issue Zero!