"Who Is Superwoman? (Part I of VI)": After disposing of Agent Liberty's body, Superwoman retires to her private room on New Krypton. Nobody on the newly formed planetoid knows who Superwoman truly is, or her association with Project 7734.
- He assassinated your father, Kara. He murdered the leader of Kandor in its streets. We can't allow him to roam freely.
- -- Alura In-Ze
Appearing in "Who Is Superwoman? (Part I of VI)"
- Agent Liberty (Deceased)
- Clark Kent (Behind the scenes)
- Kam-Par (First appearance)
- Reactron (Cameo) (Flashback and main story)
- Zor-El (Flashback only)
- Lori Murphy
Synopsis for "Who Is Superwoman? (Part I of VI)"
After disposing of Agent Liberty's body, Superwoman retires to her private room on New Krypton. Nobody on the newly formed planetoid knows who Superwoman truly is, or her association with Project 7734.
Superwoman then flies out towards Earth's star where she finds Supergirl bathing in the sun's radiance. The two have grown close, but Supergirl is unaware of Superwomans' true nature. Superwoman also tells Kara that many in Kandor are unhappy with Alura's decision to leave Earth. Kara says that her mother has accomplished a lot of things, but Superwoman flat out asks if Kara agrees with her mother's decisions. Supergirl doesn't answer.
Back on Earth, Agenty Liberty's body is discovered and Metropolis Metacrimes inspector Mike Henderson is called to the scene. Henderson inspects the body and goes over his notes with Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane.
On New Krypton, Supergirl returns home and has a terse conversation with her mother. Alura wants her daughter to return to Earth to capture Reactron, the man who murdered Zor-El, wife of Alura and father to Supergirl. Supergirl doesn't completely trust her mother's emotional state, but obeys her regardless. Her friend Thara, however, thinks that Alura's disregard for human life makes her dangerous.
When she reaches Earth, she finds Superwoman waiting for her. Superwoman looks more serious now than she did earlier and warns Kara that it is too dangerous for her to remain on the planet. When Kara refuses to listen to her, Superwoman punches her across the jaw.
- This issue shipped on January 21st, 2009.
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