"Starfall": Blackstarr has a brief reunion with Ida Berkowitz and confirms that she is really her long-lost daughter. Supergirl resumes her fight with Blackstarr, despite Ida's objections, and
Appearing in "Starfall"
- Ida Berkowitz
- Joan Raymond
- Johnny Ostrander (Final appearance)
- Cheryl Delarye (Final appearance)
- Phil Decker
Synopsis for "Starfall"
Blackstarr has a brief reunion with Ida Berkowitz and confirms that she is really her long-lost daughter. Supergirl resumes her fight with Blackstarr, despite Ida's objections, and the villainess warps away, promising a rematch. Later, at home, Ida recounts to Linda Danvers how she, her husband, and her daughter Rachel were taken into a German concentration camp, where her husband was killed and Rachel taken away from her. The next day, while Linda is away, Rachel kidnaps Ida and tells her that she curried favor with the commandant of their camp, who became her foster father under an alias after the war. Rachel, a brilliant student, understood the Unified Field Theory and used it to give herself the powers of Blackstarr. But her association with the camp commandant turned her against her heritage, towards Nazism. Supergirl tracks down Blackstarr and engages her in battle again, with the villainess teleporting them both to the center of the universe. Blackstarr overuses her gravitic power against Supergirl and is torn apart between two black holes. Later, Supergirl returns to Earth, and shows herself to Ida before flying off.
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