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"Day of the Dollmaker, part one: Toying with Emotions": Cat Grant and Kara go to see Toyman in Arkham about some children who went missing in Metropolis. Cat brings out a Supergirl doll she was sent back in Supergirl #38, which arrived the same day one of the kids went missing. She then received


Quote1 "Respected"? Says the woman who writes about how short my skirt is every other day, then blackmails my friends to get me to pull her fat out of the fire?! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in "Day of the Dollmaker, part one: Toying with Emotions"

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Synopsis for "Day of the Dollmaker, part one: Toying with Emotions"

Cat Grant and Kara go to see Toyman in Arkham about some children who went missing in Metropolis. Cat brings out a Supergirl doll she was sent back in Supergirl #38, which arrived the same day one of the kids went missing. She then received two other robotic dolls on the days two other children went missing. As Toyman examines one of the robotic dolls, it recognizes his voice, activates and stabs him. They take him to the hospital and try to figure out who sent the dolls to Cat, and Cat reveals she got Supergirl to help her by almost blackmailing Lana over her relationship with Supergirl (and only because she couldn't get a hold of Superman). Fed up with Cat's incessant griping, Kara leaves to go look for clues in Metropolis.

As Kara fights Riot she talks to Lana, who explains Cat's backstory with Toyman from waaaaay back in the 90s, and how her son Adam died at the hands of one of Toyman's robots, and that's what changed her into the angry woman she's become.

Cat goes to visit Adam's grave, and one of the toy robots is watching her. When she gets home her door is open and she's attacked by another one of them, which she tases and puts down only to discover it was one of the missing children in disguise.

And that's when she meets ANTON Schott, who calls himself "the dollmaker".

At STAR Labs, Lois goes to visit Lucy who is being restrained. Lois wants to talk, and Lucy's eyes glow red.



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  • This book was first published on November 17, 2010.
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