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"Radiation-Fever!": Supergirl is still adversely affected by the radiation she absorbed from Reactron. On top of that, she has made an enemy in the vigilante-hating police Lieutenant Peters. At the



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  • Chicago
    • Chicago Medical Center
    • 1537 West Fargo Avenue
    • Chicago Art Institute

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Synopsis for "Radiation-Fever!"

Supergirl is still adversely affected by the radiation she absorbed from Reactron. On top of that, she has made an enemy in the vigilante-hating police Lieutenant Peters. At the same time, the Chairman of the Council contacts Professor Drake, one of the Council members, who has developed a form of cloning. They dispatch Matrix-Prime, who defeats Supergirl in battle and brings her, a captive, to Drake's laboratory. He immerses her in a bath of chemicals that causes twelve-inch-high clones of Supergirl to form, all of them under his command. However, he tells Supergirl that she will not survive the cloning process.

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Synopsis for "Spell Bound"

Unable to convince her captor that she is not a witch or Jenny Lind Keaton, Lois Lane pretends to cast a spell for him while leaving a clue for potential rescuers.

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  • This book was first published on May 19, 1983.
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