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"The Maid of Doom!": This story is reprinted from Action Comics #306.



Appearing in "The Maid of Doom!"

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  • Mister Mxyzptlk (phony)
  • Agent Sklor (A Plasmo from Mutor) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Maid of Doom!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #306.

To prepare Earth for conquest, the Plasmos of the planet Mutor, who have the power to transform their bodies, send their secret agent Sklor to eliminate Supergirl and Superman. First, imitating Supergirl, Sklor tricks Superman, Krypto, Streaky, Comet, and the Kandorians into going to the 40th Century. Then he imitates Superman, Krypto, Streaky, Comet, and Mr. Mxyzptlk in succession, pretends to die and glow blue when Supergirl touches him, and convinces her she has gained the "touch of death" for super-beings. However, Supergirl deduces the truth when she hears Comet speaking to her instead of using telepathy. She forces the Mutorians to sign a peace treaty and abandon war forever.

Appearing in "Catcher in the Sky"

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  • Tommy (Single appearance)
  • Griml (giant alien boy)

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Synopsis for "Catcher in the Sky"

Supergirl, investigating the disappearance of an aircraft carrier, follows two vanishing planes. All of them turn up on the examination table of a gigantic alien child, who has stolen his father's dimensional grappler to bring in objects and tiny people from another dimension. Supergirl gets the attention of the child's father, and, just before they are sent back to their normal dimension, the humans see the child's father giving his son a licking.

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