"I Am a Witch!": Once she has dealt with the villains of the Phantom Zone, Supergirl confronts the inventor Amos Ameswell. The man claims to have mastered the black magic arts, but Supergirl dismisses his words as superstitious nonsense. He challenges her to break superstitions on this day,
- Don't blame me! Remember, you're the one who turned me into an innocent instrument of destruction!
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in "I Am a Witch!"
- Vincent Sale (Flashback only)
- Eli Ameswell (Flashback only)
- Dr. Faustus (Cameo)
- Cagliostro (Cameo)
- Nostradamus (Cameo)
Synopsis for "I Am a Witch!"
Once she has dealt with the villains of the Phantom Zone, Supergirl confronts the inventor Amos Ameswell. The man claims to have mastered the black magic arts, but Supergirl dismisses his words as superstitious nonsense. He challenges her to break superstitions on this day, Friday the 13th, including spilling a lot of salt. Supergirl gladly does so, and then she proceeds to leave the house to prove him wrong.
But afterwards, wherever she tries to do a good deed, she ends up wreaking destruction instead. She rues having laughed at superstition and flies away, considering to banish herself to the Phantom Zone-
Amos Ameswell, who has been watching her misfortunes on a monitor, is pleased that he will not have to worry about her when he uses his inventions to terrorize people. Then he reveals he was missing the last twelve years because he built a time machine to meet ancient masters of magic.
As he is gloating, Supergirl bursts through the wall and smashes his time machine to pieces. When she was breaking down she realized that the "salt" Ameswell had her spill was secretly a powder loaded with his "anti-mass destructive element". Supergirl cleansed the powder from her person and headed back to the house.
Solved the case, she takes Ameswell to jail.
Appearing in "The Mystery of the Super-Orphan!"
- Supergirl Robot SX63 (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Mystery of the Super-Orphan!"
Supergirl wakes up and finds herself lying on a strange bed in a strange room in the Smallville Orphanage. For some reason she suffers from memory loss, and believes she was brought as an infant to that Orphanage and she was raised in Smallville by Jonathan and Martha Kent, became Krypto's owner...
As she tries to piece the clues together and find out why she barely remembers anything, she investigates the Kent Farm and accidentally activates several forgotten Superboy robots. She has an argument with them, which ends when another Supergirl comes along accompanied by Krypto.
The second Supergirl reveals the first Supergirl is really a robot she built and mistakengly programmed it with a defective Superboy memory tape.
As the real Supergirl listens to the story of her robot imitation, Superman arrives to pay tribute to his foster parents on the anniversary of their death.
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