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"Supergirl: "And Death Shall Have No Dominion"": Supergirl, heading Earthward after a space mission, is diverted by a decoy explosive-ball that she lures away from herself. She tracks it to its planet of origin, which is precisely what three evil wizards, Orpa, Vorko



Appearing in Supergirl: "And Death Shall Have No Dominion"

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  • Togran (Single appearance)

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  • The Mind Warp (Single appearance)
    • Opra (Single appearance)
    • Vorko (Single appearance)
    • Draak (Single appearance)

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  • Unknown Planet

Synopsis for Supergirl: "And Death Shall Have No Dominion"

Supergirl, heading Earthward after a space mission, is diverted by a decoy explosive-ball that she lures away from herself. She tracks it to its planet of origin, which is precisely what three evil wizards, Orpa, Vorko and Draak (collectively known as the Mind Warp) wanted. On the planet, she is met by Togran, son of Vorko and enemy of the Mind Warp wizards. Togran tells her that the wizards' enemies, the people of Westland, have destroyed all of his people except for the Mind Warpers and their families. They brought Supergirl there to devastate the Westlanders in revenge.

Supergirl intends to leave, but missles strike in Togran's garden and kills him. Angered, Supergirl heads to Westland and begins laying waste their war machine. But Vorko revives his son, and, against Vorko's wishes, Togran uses his mystic powers to go to Supergirl's side and explain that the Mind Warpers themselves directed the missles against him, as a ploy. Seconds later, Togran dies of overstrain. Vorko kills his two fellow wizards, though their mental linkage causes Vorko to die himself. Supergirl departs, knowing the war is finally over.

Appearing in Animal Man: "Animal-Man, Hero or Freak?"

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  • Robbers (Single appearance)
    • Grabo (Single appearance)
    • Archie (Single appearance)
    • Gumpo (Single appearance)

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  • Unknown

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Synopsis for Animal Man: "Animal-Man, Hero or Freak?"

This story is reprinted from Strange Adventures #195.

Appearing in "These Are the Star Men"

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  • Conrad Rikon (Single appearance)

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  • Planet Krag

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Synopsis for "These Are the Star Men"

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Appearing in Supergirl: "The Monster from Krypton!"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Monster from Krypton!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #303.

On Krypton in decades past, Jor-El and other scientists rocketed the eggs of drangs, fearsome dragon-like monsters, away from their planet to an uninhabited world. However, a drang egg passed through the Red Kryptonite cloud in space and landed on Earth. Even though the egg cracked and cannot hatch, Superman , investigating, becomes a drang when affected by the Red K. Supergirl, Jimmy Olsen, and others believe that Superman has been killed by the drang and attempt to destroy it. All of Superman's attempts to reveal the truth go awry, until he finally rescues Supergirl from a green Kryptonite weapon-burst, pulls up a Superman statue, and scratches out the letters on the base inscription to leave the message: I AM SUPERMAN. The drang-Superman is left unmolested until he can change back to his Superman form when the Red Kryptonite wears off.

Notes

  • This book was first published on April 27, 1972.
  • "Animal Man, Hero or Freak?" was originally printed in Strange Adventures #195.
  • "These Are the Star Men" was a previously unpublished story found in the DC archives.
  • "The Monster from Krypton!" was originally printed as a Superman story in Action Comics #303. For this issue, it was relogoed and relettered to make Supergirl the star.

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