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Justice League Unlimited (TV Series) Episode: Far From Home

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Justice League Unlimited (TV Series) Episode: Far From Home

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Quote1 Now... this boy Kara likes so much – does he have a name? Quote2
--Superman



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Synopsis for "Far From Home"

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Trivia

  • Supergirl celebrates her 21st birthday in this episode.
  • The romantic tension between Supergirl and Brainiac 5 is reflective of the relationship shared between the two during the Pre-Zero Hour incarnation of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
  • The scene where John Stewart cradles the unconscious Supergirl in his arms is reminiscent of the cover to Crisis on Infinite Earths #7, which featured the death of the Earth-One Supergirl.


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