"Who Stole Supergirl's Life?": The six tiny Supergirl clones, their powers removed by Gold Kryptonite, merge into one full-sized Supergirl clone by mutual consent. The clone then uses her mental powers to place a block on Supergirl's memories of her Linda Danvers identity, and uses a rocket in
Appearing in "Who Stole Supergirl's Life?"
- 1537 West Fargo Avenue
- Fortress of Solitude
- Argo City (Flashback only)
- Gold Kryptonite (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Who Stole Supergirl's Life?"
The six tiny Supergirl clones, their powers removed by Gold Kryptonite, merge into one full-sized Supergirl clone by mutual consent. The clone then uses her mental powers to place a block on Supergirl's memories of her Linda Danvers identity, and uses a rocket in the Fortress of Solitude to travel to Chicago and take over Linda's life herself. At the same time, the clone loses the memory of her clone-identity, and really believes she is Linda Danvers and Supergirl. This causes emotional and mental distress to her when she realizes she has no powers, and she thinks that the Supergirl she sees on TV news reports is really an impostor who has stolen her super-abilities. Eventually, the real Supergirl does detective work and discovers the truth, which restores her own memory. She then confronts "Linda", who remembers her own origins. The Linda clone breaks down in tears, and Supergirl, comforting her, says that they can find a new identity for her, and a place somewhere else in the world for her.
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