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"A Head-Full of Snakes!": After Linda Danvers takes part in a play rehearsal in which she dons a snake-headed mask and portrays Medusa and her leading man Mitch Baxter takes the role of Perseus, she is astonished when the real Medusa's ghost gives her a head full of real snakes and the curse of
Appearing in "A Head-Full of Snakes!"
- Mitch Baxter
- Perseus (As a spirit)
- Professor Garth
- Medusa (As a spirit)
- Jupiter (Mentioned only)
- Mercury (Mentioned only)
- Minerva (Mentioned only)
- Phorcus (Mentioned only)
- Pluto (Mentioned only)
- United States Air Force
- Olympian Catacombs
- Daily Herald
- Green Lantern Ring
Synopsis for "A Head-Full of Snakes!"
After Linda Danvers takes part in a play rehearsal in which she dons a snake-headed mask and portrays Medusa and her leading man Mitch Baxter takes the role of Perseus, she is astonished when the real Medusa's ghost gives her a head full of real snakes and the curse of turning any man who looks at her to stone. Medusa's spirit informs Supergirl that if she dies in the next eight hours, her body will be taken over by Medusa, who will gain a superhuman corpus with which to conquer the world. Batman, Green Lantern, and Hawkman try to bring in Supergirl for treatment, but she fights them off and accidentally turns them to stone. However, with the help of Perseus's ghost, who possesses Mitch's body, they fight and defeat Medusa and remove the snakes from Supergirl's head and the curse from her body. She tells Mitch, whose body is left by Perseus's spirit, that the victims whom she turned to stone will return to normal.
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