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"Secret of Kryptonite Six!": Jax-Ur tricks Superman into taking him along on a mission back to old Krypton before its destruction, to gain a cure for an Atlantean plague--and, unknown to the Man of Steel, a form of crystal which is used to form Jewel Kryptonite.


Quote1 The Danvers are heartbroken, but they're ready to give me up if it means my happiness! How they must love me! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in "Secret of Kryptonite Six!"

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Synopsis for "Secret of Kryptonite Six!"

Jax-Ur tricks Superman into taking him along on a mission back to old Krypton before its destruction, to gain a cure for an Atlantean plague--and, unknown to the Man of Steel, a form of crystal which is used to form Jewel Kryptonite.

Appearing in "Supergirl's Rival Parents!"

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Synopsis for "Supergirl's Rival Parents!"

Supergirl finally makes contact with her parents in the Survival Zone through an "ultra-sensitive radar screen", and Zor-El mentally instructs her in constructing an "ionic ray" to free them from the Zone. The device almost malfunctions when she uses it due to a power brownout in Midvale, but Fred Danvers, an electrical engineer, sets things to rights and Zor-El and Allura emerge from the Survival Zone into Earth. Supergirl has a joyous reunion with her real parents and introduces them to her foster parents. However, the tearful dilemma of which parents Supergirl will live with is posed. Ultimately, Zor-El and Allura decide to leave Supergirl in the Danvers' care, and, with the help of a shrink-ray, go to live among their own people in Kandor.

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