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"The Devil's Brother!": Supergirl discovers her powers cutting out on her shortly before she takes a group of teenagers to an amusement park. At the park's Fun House, she is yanked through a dimensional doorway to the world of Dax, a planetary tyrant. Dax says that he stole her powers with ray



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Synopsis for "The Devil's Brother!"

Supergirl discovers her powers cutting out on her shortly before she takes a group of teenagers to an amusement park. At the park's Fun House, she is yanked through a dimensional doorway to the world of Dax, a planetary tyrant. Dax says that he stole her powers with rays which she absorbed from a book he sent her, and he holds one of the children, Rowena, hostage as well. He agrees to restore her powers if she will lead a group of student rebels into an ambush. Supergirl agrees, but insists on seeing Rowena's wristwatch as proof of her abduction. After she hands back the watch, Dax restores her powers. She flies off, gains the confidence of the rebels, and does indeed lead them into a trap. But Dax is rendered unconscious by a sleep-gas capsule she had planted in the watch, and Supergirl defeats Dax's forces. Turning them over to the student rebels, Supergirl takes Rowena and returns to her own dimension just before the warp-gateway closes.

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Synopsis for "The Girl Who Split in Two!"

Reprinted from Hawkman #4.

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