She works under the command of Captain Atom who is under orders from President Lex Luthor. When Superman is framed for murdering Metallo she is the only one of her group to truly doubt if his actions were true and later switches sides and helps both him and Batman. She attacks Major Force in anger after it is revealed he killed Metallo because Lex told him to, unwittingly rupturing his containment suit and almost causing him to implode and unleashing his nuclear energies on the present city, a potential disaster averted by Captain Atom. She is later stated to have been the one to have helped them escape from Hawkman and Captain Marvel. Like the graphic novel on which the film is based, she is assigned to watch over the new teenage Toyman, Hiro. Similarly, Hiro also finds her quite attractive, going to the point of "testing" his X-Ray goggles on her, which she finds offensive, and keeps her distance from then on (he later tries to make a comment on her breast size as well, before being interrupted by Batman). She is knocked unconscious by Lex Luthor in his new Kryptonite-enhanced battle-suit, but she recovers and is seen at the end informing Superman that Batman (who was thought to have been killed) may still be alive.
- Power Girl was voiced by Allison Mack.
- Power Girl's origin, in this continuity, was never revealed.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the film Superman/Batman: Public Enemies and is an adaptation of Kara Zor-L/Power Girl. The original character was created by Gerry Conway, Ric Estrada, and Wally Wood and first appeared in All-Star Comics #58.
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