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Quote1 Ever since I woke up here on Earth, I can't catch a break. Why should I expect this to be any different? Quote2
-- Supergirl src

Kara-Zor-El, also known as Supergirl and Kara Danvers, is a Kryptonian superhero based in New York City and later Ysmault and National City. She is the cousin of Superman, and his successor after his death.

The Last Daughter of Krypton

Kara Zor-El's pod from Krypton crash landed in Russia. She stumbled from her craft only to be suddenly surrounded by gigantic armed robots who began trying to subdue her. In an amazing display of power she showed off her strength, speed, defense, senses, heat vision, and screams until she was finally overcome by the robots and her own confusion of being on a distant unknown planet. With a blaster pointed to the back of her head she was finally saved by nothing less than a single word from Superman.[1]

Confused by her current situation and her new powers, Kara angrily demanded to know why Superman was wearing her family's crest. When Superman identified himself as her cousin Kal-El, Kara became enraged, thinking he was an impostor; in her mind she was holding baby Kal-El only the day before. Kara attacked Superman, only to become scared by her own new abilities, such as x-ray vision and flight. The two exchanged blows all the way from Siberia to the Great Wall of China. After punching Superman through the Great Wall, Kara realized her fight was endangering the people nearby and agreed to stop fighting and listen to Superman.[2]

When Kara flied back to Siberia to search for the capsule, she was invited by Symon Tycho to his space station, where he tested her abilities and limits. Finally, he watched her being weakened by green Kryptonite and captured her in a tank near from a chunk of green Kryptonite.[3]

However, an employee of Tycho helped Kara break out. Still not in the full control over her powers, Kara accidentally seemed to destroy the whole space-station.

However, Kara managed to save a Sunstone that Tycho stole from her pod. Unfortunately, it was too damaged to provide answers. Kara despaired of finding answers to her predicament and wondered if her new powers would allow her to fly back Krypton.[4]

Kara left Earth, heading for her home-world. On the way, the sunstone helped her find a spatial portal which took her back to her hometown Argo City, now a deserted city protected by a bubble shield and orbiting a blue star. Exploring the ruins, Kara finally confirmed that Krypton was gone and her family and friends dead. Overwhelmed by grief and fury, she cried out and started to tear the city up. Her rampage was stopped by a mysterious woman named Reign, who claimed to be a worldkiller (a superpowerful, sentient biological Kryptonian weapon). They fought but Reign defeated her easily, pinning her to a wall and leaving, challenging Kara to follow her back to Earth.[5]

Emboldened by her parents' memories, and summoning all the strength she had left, Kara managed to break free and fly back to Earth, in where Reign and three more Worldkillers (Flower of Heaven, Perrilus, and Deimax) were leveling New York.[6]

After a tough, exhausting battle Kara won against all odds, beating the worldkillers back. Before leaving, though, Reign warned Kara that she would return one day... and her father, Zor-El, made five Worldkillers originally, not just four.[7]

Meeting Silver Banshee and Superboy

Right after the battle Kara met Siobhan Smythe, an Irish girl with a gift for language and music. Both girls befriended each other quickly, and Siobhan offered to help Kara, leaving her staying in her apartment for a while until her Kryptonian friend was ready to face her new world.

Siobhan decided to bring Kara to listen to music at a club. While at the club, both girls were attacked by Siobhan's father, a villain known as Black Banshee. Being a magic creature, Black Banshee hurt Kara, forcing Siobhan to transform into Silver Banshee in order to stop him.[8]

Working together, Kara and Siobhan defeated Black Banshee and rescued Thomas, Siobhan's big brother who had been previously absorbed by Black Banshee.

A while later Kara met Superboy when she was taking some time by herself. They talked, but when she learnt about him being a clone, she attacked, believing him to be evil. However she stopped her attack when she realized that Superboy didn't know that Kryptonian clones were mindless killing machines. Seeing Superboy wasn't evil, Kara protected him from a police attack and opted to leave him alone, going to confront Kal about Kon.[9]

Upon arriving on Metropolis, Kara had to battle a Superman duplicate to protect the city. Kara fought valiantly, but the fake Superman gained the upper hand and beat Kara up. Their battle got interrupted when the real Superman showed up and managed to defeat the imposter. Kara congratulated her cousin and questioned him about Superboy, but Kal explained he didn't know anything about Superboy.[10]

Sanctuary

While having lunch with Tom Smythe at a cafe, Kara was attacked by a humanoid blob. She fought and won, but the fact that thing was able to find her when she was dressed in plain clothes worried her. Kara left Siobhan and Tom for their own safety and to find out who was attacking her.[11]

Kara brought the remains of her attacker to Kal-El, and using the technology in his Fortress of Solitude, they tracked the signal that was controlling the nano-machine man back to its source, miles beneath the ocean. Superman offered his assistance, but Kara still didn't fully trust him, and after turning down his offer to help yet again, she left to find whoever was attacking her.[12]

Exploring the ocean floor, Kara found a Kryptonian sanctuary, created by a fragment of her pod. She also found out Simon Tycho had invaded her Sanctuary of Solitude and was the one was behind the attacks. Kara battled him and locked him away in a crystal prison, claiming her underwater base.[13]

H'el on Earth

Main article: H'el on Earth

During the events of "Hel on Earth", H'el (Prime Earth) H'el tricked Kara into helping him, promising to save Krypton and claiming that Earth would not suffer. Kara helped him, even going so far as to battle her cousin, Superboy, the Flash and Wonder Woman, until she found out that H'el actually planned to destroy Earth to bring Krypton back. Horrified, Kara turned against him. During the final battle, she stabbed him in the chest with a shard of Kryptonite, saving the planet.[14]

Kara collapsed afterwards, muttering that she couldn't "leave things to her baby cousin". Superman held her in her arms as he carried her to safety.

Supergirl and Power Girl

Her ordeal with H'el left Kara with a severe case of Kryptonite poisoning.

Kara went to Dr. Shay Veritas to help, but she grew impatient and left during a battery of tests. On her way back, Kara was attacked by an alien woman made of lava [15] (who previously had attacked Superboy [16]). The lava woman defeated Kara, but she fled when the US Army came along. The soldiers were about to an unconscious Kara with them, when Power Girl showed up and rescued her alternate self.[17]

Both girls fought the army and an agent of Lex Luthor named Appex. Supergirl and Power Girl won the battle, but Kara fainted again, and Power Girl took her to Sanctuary to heal her. Unfortunately, the Sanctuary's AI went crazy and tried to kill Kara, forcing both heroines to blow it up.[18]

I'noxia and Cyborg Superman

Believing that no one could heal her illness, Kara left Earth to die alone.

Kara headed out into space and ran into I'noxia, a technological world conquered by Brainiac and ruled by Cyborg Superman.[19]

Cyborg Superman pretended to be a friend before revealing his true intentions: using Kara's flesh to reconstitute his own body and restore his memory.[20] Kara fought hard and desperately but he won. Kara's body was dissolved and her soul was forcefully integrated into the I'noxian mind-hive as her flesh was used to reconstruct Cyborg Superman's body. However Cyborg Superman got his memories back and remembered he was Kara's father.[21]

Horrified, Zor-El rebuilt Kara's body -who was meanwhile tearing down the I'noxian's collective consciousness-, turning himself back into the Cyborg Superman. While he and Brainiac -who had come to check on his pawn- fought, Supergirl and the I'noxian collective escaped undetected.[22]

Krypton Returns

Main article: Krypton Returns

Kara helped Superman and Superboy to ruin Hel's plans to bring Krypton back to life, an act which would alter the timeline and destroy the universe.[23]

Supergirl travelled to the Battle of the Sky Core during the Great War in order to prevent a clone insurrection, and defeated H'el in that timeline.[24] For his part, Superboy was sent to Argo City, a few days before Krypton's destruction, and protected Kara Zor-El from H'El.[25]

Kara and Kal reunited in the present after fulfilling their respective missions. There, they learnt Superboy didn't make it. Mourning his loss, they returned to Earth.[26]

Red Daughter of Krypton

After several months of endless battles during which Kara never dealt with her survivor guilt and feelings of loss and loneliness, and believing she had been manipulated, betrayed or let down by everybody she met, Kara was on the verge of a breakdown.[27]

While visiting Dr. Veritas, Kara ran into Lobo.[28]. They fought, and during the battle Lobo taunted Kara until she exploded, and her long-repressed, unleashed fury acted like a magnet to a Red Power Ring.[29]

After a brief scuffle with Silver Banshee, a barely coherent and enraged Kara flew into space so that she didn't hurt anybody.[30] Found by a pair of Green Lanterns, Kara was taken to [Ysmault] by Hal Jordan [31] and dunked into the Blood Ocean. After getting her sanity back, Kara joined the Red Lantern Corps of Guy Gardner. [32]

Ironically, joining the Rage Lanterns helped Kara get over her anger and isolation issues, and gain emotional stability. She fought alongside the Red Lanterns for a while, battling the Diasporans [33] and Atrocitus splinter cell [34] until Guy kicked her out of the team so she didn't die while fighting Atrocitus.[35]

While Kara was returning to Earth, she was attacked by the Diasporan army, who tried to capture her. Kara beat them and engaged the Diasporan leader, who revealed he was the last Worldkiller. A parasitic being, the Worldkiller tried to bond with Kara and take over her body.[36] Kara hurled herself into the Sun to destroy it, but when her attempt failed, she removed her Red Ring. Such an action should kill her, but the Sun restarted her heart and granted her a power boost which allowed her to destroy the last Worldkiller once and for all.

Free from the Red Ring and the accompanying all-consuming anger and confusion clouding her mind, Kara realized Earth could become her new home after all, and headed for the planet.[37]

Superman Doomed

Main article: Superman: Doomed

During the events of Superman Doomed, Kara and her Red Lantern allies tried to stop the infected Superman, but Kal-El [38] defeated them easily. So she tried a different tactic, showing her cousin he could harness his anger to protect the galaxy, like she had done.[39]

After ridding herself of the Red Ring, Kara returned to Earth and helped out to rescue people trapped or hurt owing to the energy-draining Brainiac's attack. In the process she saved the parents of Michael, a crippled boy she had a brief relationship with.[40]

Shortly after she spotted Superman when he was returning to Earth and caught him when he got hit by an energy pulse that sent him plummeting through the atmosphere.[41] Finally, Kara saved Batman from Cyborg Superman, defeating him conclusively.[42]

In the aftermath of the battle against Brainiac, Kara met Red Hood, who 'requested' her help to dismantle an alien gang that was supplying alien weaponry to street gangs.[43]

Red Lantern Atrocities

Shortly after Kara left the Red Lanterns, Atrocitus invaded Earth. Kara took part in the battle, helping her ex-team out [44] and keeping an army of newly-created Red Lanterns at bay while Guy took the fight to Atrocitus.[45]

Remarkably, she had the opportunity to seize a new Red Ring but she turned it down, arguing that she had let her anger go.

Future's End

Main article: Futures End

During the Future's End event, Cyborg Superman erased Kara's memories and turned her into Cyborg Supergirl, turning her into his tool with which find a world he could transform into a New Krypton. Four years later, the duo ran into the Wanderers, who managed to undo Cyborg Superman's mind-wipe. Horrified, Kara turned against Cyborg Superman -yet not knowing his real identity- and fought him. Afterwards she joined the Wanderers.[46]

Supergirl and the Justice League

After being released from the Red Ring, Supergirl joined a new Justice League along with Martian Manhunter, Stargirl, Green Arrow, Animal Man, Hawkman, Equiniox, Adam Strange and Alanna Strange.

Convergence

Main article: Convergence (Event)

While several alternate Supergirls fought in the Convergence planet, Kara joined the heroes working to save the universe. However, when Telos manifested in their universe, most of heroes fled. Only Kal and Kara stayed behind to watch, holding hands and hoping for the best.[47]

Crucible Academia

After her ordeal with the Red Lanterns, Super-Doom and Brainiac, Kara decided to make an effort to adapt to Earth. She started working as barista in New York and dated Michael. During a heart-to-heart conversation with her cousin, she stated that Earth was her home now and she wanted to live among the people she was protecting.[48]

Shortly later she was transported away to Crucible Academy, an intergalactic organization that trains heroes. Kara agreed to undergo training, and after helping to uncover a conspiracy to take over the school, she graduated and returned to Earth.

After returning, though, she realized her powers were suddenly gone.[49]

Final Days of Superman

After coming back from Crucible Academy, Kara's powers started being leeched by Vandal Savage shortly before her cousin's secret identity was revealed during the "Truth" storyline.

She still tried to help people until she lost most of her powers. Then she was approached by Director Cameron Chase, who offered to help her get her powers back if Kara joined the D.E.O.. Kara agreed, leaving New York City and the Justice League with no explanation[50] and moving to National City.

A few weeks later Superman sought Supergirl out to reveal he was dying, tell her his Fortress belonged to her now and ask her to consider protecting Earth after he was gone. Shedding a tear, Kara accepted.[51]

Later, while she was undergoing treatment to restore her powers, Kara heard her cousin was in danger. She told her new foster parents to let her go, and streaked off.[52] Kara joined the battle against the Energy Superman, and learned from the existence of the Pre-Flashpoint Superman, but she was unable to save her cousin. Before his death, she vowed that she would make him proud.[53]

Rebirth

Main article: DC Rebirth

As a last-ditch effort to restore her powers, the D.E.O. built a space rocket and sent Kara into the Sun. The intense charge of solar energy managed restore Supergirl's powers, and she flew back to Earth just in time to save the D.E.O. from a Kryptonian werewolf called Lar-On who escaped from the Phantom Zone accidentally.

After that ordeal Kara started working for the D.E.O. officially, moving to National City, being adopted by Jeremiah and Eliza Danvers and attending her new school.[54]

Reign of the Cyborg Supermen

While Kara tried to adapt to her new life and new parents after her cousin's death, Cyborg Superman returned, revealing his true identity to Kara[55] and vowing to make her happy by bringing Argo City back to life... even if he had to sacrifice Earth in the process. He refused to listen when Kara tried to dissuade him from that course of action,[56] forcing her daughter to fight him.[57] Kara managed to disable his cybernetic body, and after expressing regret at his inability to ask her help to save Argo, Kara hugged him and vowed to help him go back to being the man he was.[58]

Kara was a kind, sweet, compassionate girl when she still lived in Krypton.[59] However, the circumstances of her arrival on Earth (being placed in suspended animation by her father and waking up two decades later to find herself stranded in an alien world long after her planet was gone) soured her character.[60] For a long while she was depressed over her situation, feeling alone, friendless and unable to fit in Earth or somewhere. She was still a good girl at heart that tried to help people[61], but after several months of endless battles and conflict she was downcast and above all very, very mad.[62] So mad that she became a Red Lantern.[63]

However, her time in the Red Lantern Corps served as a catharsis which helped her pull through. After losing her Red Ring Kara was still troubled but she was more optimistic and good-natured, and she made a real effort to fit in, make friends[64] and become a hero.[65] When she starts working for the D.E.O. she has become the kind of hero who will beat criminals up but also try to help them.[66]

Secret Identity: Kara Danvers

Kara created her "Kara Danvers" identity when she started to work for the D.E.O. She began wearing a pair of glasses, and an holographic gadget built into her turned her into a brunette (a nod to the Kryptonian comb used by her Earth-One counterpart). Her "Kara Danvers" persona was a bit of an awkward tomboy that didn't quite fit in; not entirely an act due to her stranger in a strange land status.[67]

Relationships with allies

  • Superman: Superman and Supergirl's relationship was uneasy and troubled for a long time. Kara was still reeling from the loss of Krypton whereas Kal had gotten over it long ago, and it drove a wedge between both cousins.[68] Also, Kara wasn't initially sure that she could trust Superman or believe his claims of being her cousin[69]. However, Superman wanted to help her and stay close to her, although he wouldn't force her to accept his help.[70] After Kara's Red Lantern ordeal was over, they started to rekindle their strained relationship slowly.[71] until Superman asked her cousin to take over[72] before his death.[73]
  • Siobhan Smythe: Siobhan became Kara's first real friend after her arrival. They bonded over being immigrants looking to start a new life.[74] However they had an argument when Kara decided to leave the planet.[75] Kara intended to apologize when she returned, but then she thought her friend was better off without her.[76] Although Siobhan tried to reach Kara out when the Kryptonian girl became a Red Lantern,[77] Kara didn't dare to go to Siobhan and apologize afterwards, blaming herself for the end of their friendship.
  • Batgirl: Kara and Barbara developed a relationship when Batgirl sought Supergirl's help to break into Arkham Asylum and solve a case.[78]
  • Power Girl: Supergirl and Power Girl bonded quickly after meeting and acknowledging they were the same person.[79] Power Girl wasn't exactly impressed with her younger self's competence,[80] but she cared for Supergirl and admitted that she was also a hot-headed and impulsive teenager.[81] Unfortunately, Supergirl felt pretty pathetic compared to her adult version.[82]
  • Guy Gardner: Guy functioned as a sort of mentor to Kara during her time in the Red Lanterns, worrying about her[83] and trying to guide her and teach her how to control and harness her rage.[84] Kara resented a bit being called "kid", but she respected Guy.[85]
  • Bleez: Kara and Bleez were friends when both girls served in the Red Lantern Corps.[86] Bleez was glad to see another girl in the team and liked Kara but wasn't afraid to call her out when the younger girl made a mess.[87]
  • Jeremiah and Eliza Danvers: Jeremiah and Eliza are Supergirl's D.E.O. "handlers" and foster parents. At the beginning Kara didn't know what to expect when Director Chase assigned them as her parents,[88] but she respected them for trying to look after her, and became a pretty overprotective daughter.[89]

Romances

Kara's love life has been pretty awful so far. Her first crush was H'el, and she broke up with him as soon as she realized he was a lying, genocidal madman.[90] She looked back on that "relationship" like a terrible mistake born from stupidy and despair.[91]

During a joint mission between the Justice League United and the Legion of Super-Heroes, Brainiac 5 hinted that Kara and him would be in a relationship in a future.[92]

Powers

Supergirl, the World Breaker

Supergirl, the World Breaker
  • Kryptonian Physiology: Under the effects of a "yellow" sun, The average Kryptonian possesses the potential for the following power set:
    • Solar Energy Absorption: Under optimal conditions, this is the main source of their super powers as they are contingent upon exposure to solar radiation from a yellow sun star system. Their biological make up includes a number of organs which lack analogues in humans and whose functions are unknown. It is believed that between one or more of these and their bio-cellular matrix, "yellow" solar energy is stored for later use. This allows for the use of these powers to fade when yellow solar radiation is not available instead of immediate failure.
    • Heat Vision: Kryptonians can, as a conscious act, fire beams of intense heat at a target by looking at it. Typically, the power is seen as two beams of red light emanating from the eyes. These beams can be made invisible, allowing the power to be undetectable. The maximum temperature of their heat vision is said to be around that of a nuclear detonation. They can also consciously determine the area affected, down to the microscopic level.
    • Super-Hearing: Kryptonian hearing is sensitive enough to hear any sound at any volume or pitch. With skill, practice, and concentration, they can block out ambient sounds to focus on a specific source or frequency. As such, they can identify a person by their heartbeat, or pick out a single voice in an entire city.
    • Enhanced Vision Kryptonian vision processes the entire electromagnetic spectrum as well as allowing vast control over selective perception and focus.
      This umbrella ability includes the following:
      • Electromagnetic Spectrum Vision: Kryptonians can see well into most of the electromagnetic spectrum. They can see and identify radio and television signals as well as all other broadcast or transmitted frequencies. Using this ability, they can avoid detection by radar or satellite monitoring methods. This also allows them to see the aura generated by living thing.
      • Telescopic Vision: This is the ability to see something at a great distance, without violating the laws of physics. Though limited, the exact extent of the ability is undetermined. In function, it is similar to the zoom lens on a camera.
      • X-Ray Vision: This is the ability to see through any volume of matter except lead. Kryptonians can see things behind a solid, opaque object as if it were not there. They can focus this ability to "peel back" layers of an object, allowing hidden image or inner workings to be observed. The exact type of energy perceived - such as x-rays, cosmic rays, or some other energy invisible to normal humans - is unclear. This ability perceives an ambient energy source though, it does not involve the eye projecting a concentrated, possibly toxic, beam to be reflected back from objects.
      • Microscopic Vision: This is the ability to see extremely small objects and images down to the atomic level.
      • Infrared Vision: Kryptonians can see with better acuity in darkness, and to a degree in total darkness.
    • Flight: Kryptonians are able to manipulate graviton particles, in an unknown and apparently unconscious manner, to defy the forces of gravity. Under one Earth gravity, they are capable of speeds of multi-Mach speeds in Earth's atmosphere. Their control of their flight is very precise and they can perform aerobatic feats such as hovering, flying backwards and even lifting great weights while flying.
    • Invulnerability: The bodies of Kryptonians are nigh-invulnerable to extreme energy forces. In addition, their immune systems protects them from toxins and diseases. The most common explanations for this rely on the presences of a super-dense molecular structure, a supercharged bio-electric aura which acts as an invisible force field, or a combination of the two. With the aura, it is presumed to extend a few millimeters from the skin as well as within the body.[citation needed] A byproduct of the aura is that items close to the skin share their invulnerability. Using clothing as an example, loose fitting fabric would tend to shred or burn in adverse conditions, but skin tight outfits would not.
    • Superhuman Stamina: Kryptonians have the ability to maintain continuous strenuous physical action for an indefinite period of time. In theory they have unlimited stamina as their enhanced nourishment is produced from the yellow solar energy their cells process, which also provides the majority of the power for their superhuman abilities. However, their base physical structures do need to process food stuffs and they have a psychological need to eat and drink just as Earth humans do. They also require sleep on occasion so that they can dream. They can also hold their breath for an indefinite period of time.
    • Superhuman Strength: A Kryptonian develops enhanced physical strength after absorbing a sufficient amount of yellow solar radiation. This radiation interacts with the greater than human density, resilience and biological efficiency of their musculature to trigger superhuman levels. While the exact magnitude of their strength is unknown, it is generally accepted that it is sufficient to lift 100,000 tons or more. The specific range is unknown as a their strength, like their other powers, may fluctuate over time. Their strength is also more an act of conscious will on energy fields than actual physical strength. It is this act of conscious will that enables them to perform physical feats that are beyond the mere application force, such as moving a mountain top without said rock crumbling under its own mass. At full power, their normal strength levels are well into the multi-megaton range.
    • Superhuman Speed: Kryptonians are able to move at incredible speeds by sheer force of will. They can match most other speedsters in super-fast movements, reactions, and processes. They can use this power to disarm opponents without heightened reflexes, catch bullets or shrapnel or cross vast distances in seconds.
      This also confers:
    • Super-Breath: Kryptonians are able to create hurricane force winds by exhaling air from their lungs. They can chill the air as it leaves their lungs to freeze targets in a variation sometimes called "freeze" or "arctic breath". They can also reverse the process and pull large volumes of air or vapor into their lungs.
    • Vulnerability to Kryptonite
    • Vulnerability to Magic
    • Sonic Screams In order to get out of a trap created by Cyborg Superman, Kara disrupted the frequency of the machine by screaming at a certain frequency.[93]

Abilities

Weaknesses


Weapons

  • Supergirl is known as the Girl of Steel and the Girl of Tomorrow.[96]
  • Supergirl is estranged from her cousin, Kal-El (Superman)[97], however she maintains a relationship with Kara Zor-El (Power Girl)[98]. She does not enjoy the clone, Kon-El (Superboy)[99] but doesn't wish him death either.
  • Supergirl's life on earth has been marked with confusion, frustration, manipulation, and death which lead to her feeling enough rage to attract a Red Lantern Ring which forces her to join Guy Gardner in the Red Lantern Corps.[100]
  • Supergirl is the first member of the Red Lantern Corps who has managed to destroy her own ring and survive without one and without having any help from a Blue Power Ring, only because she was able to absorb enough yellow sunlight due to being at Earth's yellow sun when it happened.

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Footnotes

  1. Supergirl (Volume 6) #1
  2. Supergirl (Volume 6) #2
  3. Supergirl (Volume 6) #3
  4. Supergirl (Volume 6) #4
  5. Supergirl (Volume 6) #5
  6. Supergirl (Volume 6) #6
  7. Supergirl (Volume 6) #7
  8. Supergirl (Volume 6) #8
  9. Superboy (Volume 6) #6
  10. Superman (Volume 3) #6
  11. Supergirl (Volume 6) #11
  12. Supergirl (Volume 6) #12
  13. Supergirl (Volume 6) #13
  14. Superman (Volume 3) #17
  15. Supergirl (Volume 6) #18
  16. Superboy (Volume 6) #3
  17. Supergirl (Volume 6) #19
  18. Supergirl (Volume 6) #20
  19. Supergirl (Volume 6) #21
  20. Supergirl (Volume 6) #22
  21. Supergirl (Volume 6) #23
  22. Supergirl (Volume 6) #24
  23. Action Comics Annual (Volume 2) #2
  24. Supergirl (Volume 6) #25
  25. Superboy (Volume 6) #25
  26. Superman (Volume 3) #25
  27. Supergirl (Volume 6) #26
  28. Supergirl (Volume 6) #27
  29. Supergirl (Volume 6) #28
  30. Supergirl (Volume 6) #29
  31. Green Lantern (Volume 5) #28
  32. Red Lanterns #28
  33. Supergirl (Volume 6) #30
  34. Supergirl (Volume 6) #31
  35. Red Lanterns #32
  36. Supergirl (Volume 6) #32
  37. Supergirl (Volume 6) #33
  38. Superman/Wonder Woman #9
  39. Action Comics (Volume 2) #33
  40. Supergirl (Volume 6) #34
  41. Action Comics (Volume 2) #35
  42. Superman: Doomed #2
  43. Supergirl (Volume 6) #35
  44. Red_Lanterns Annual #1
  45. Red Lanterns #34
  46. Supergirl: Futures End #1
  47. Convergence #8
  48. Supergirl (Volume 6) #36
  49. Supergirl (Volume 6) #40
  50. Justice League United #11
  51. Action Comics (Volume 2) #51
  52. Superman/Wonder Woman #29
  53. Superman (Volume 3) #52
  54. Supergirl: Rebirth #1
  55. Supergirl (Volume 7) #1
  56. Supergirl (Volume 7) #3
  57. Supergirl (Volume 7) #5
  58. Supergirl (Volume 7) #6
  59. Supergirl (Volume 7) #2
  60. Supergirl (Volume 6) #2
  61. Supergirl (Volume 6) #7
  62. Supergirl (Volume 6) #26
  63. Supergirl (Volume 6) #28
  64. Supergirl (Volume 6) #36
  65. Action Comics (Volume 2) #51
  66. Supergirl (Volume 7) #2
  67. Supergirl (Volume 7) #1
  68. Supergirl (Volume 6) #14
  69. Supergirl (Volume 6) #3
  70. Supergirl (Volume 6) #13
  71. Supergirl (Volume 6) #36
  72. Action Comics (Volume 2) #51
  73. Superman (Volume 3) #52
  74. Supergirl (Volume 6) #8
  75. Supergirl (Volume 6) #21
  76. Supergirl (Volume 6) #26
  77. Supergirl (Volume 6) #29
  78. Batgirl Annual (Volume 5) #1
  79. Supergirl (Volume 6) #19
  80. Worlds' Finest #19
  81. Supergirl (Volume 6) #20
  82. Supergirl (Volume 6) #26
  83. Supergirl (Volume 6) #30
  84. Red Lanterns #31
  85. Red Lanterns #32
  86. Red Lanterns #30
  87. Red Lanterns #31
  88. Supergirl (Volume 7) #3
  89. Supergirl (Volume 7) #5
  90. Supergirl (Volume 6) #17
  91. Supergirl (Volume 6) #20
  92. Justice League United #10
  93. Supergirl (Volume 7) #4
  94. Supergirl (Volume 6) #33
  95. Supergirl (Volume 6) #27
  96. Supergirl (Volume 6) #19
  97. Supergirl (Volume 6) #2
  98. Supergirl (Volume 6) #20
  99. Supergirl (Volume 6) #14
  100. Supergirl (Volume 6) #28



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This character is or was a member of the Justice League of America, or the Justice League in any of its various incarnations, sworn by a duty to act as guardians of America and the world by using their skills and/or superpowers to protect Earth from both interstellar and domestic threats.
This template will categorize articles that include it into the "Justice League of America members" category.

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D.E.O. member
This character is or was a member of the D.E.O., a government agency dedicated to protecting the general public from extraterrestrial and superhuman threats, in any of its various incarnations.
This template will categorize articles that include it into the "DEO members" and "Government Agents categories.

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