"Good-Looking Corpse, Part 2": Kara battles the villains from last issue on the rooftops.
- My name is Kara Zor-El and this is my life. Four super freaks appearing out of thin air? Yeah, that's pretty much par for the course. The Junior Peanut Gallery taking pictures for their own amusement -- well, that's a recent development. Still, luckily for them -- I'm not shy in front of the camera!
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in "Good-Looking Corpse, Part 2"
- FlyOver App
Synopsis for "Good-Looking Corpse, Part 2"
Kara battles the villains from last issue on the rooftops. At Harvard, Alex's friends want to know how he knew all the private details of their lives, but he says he's heading back to Metropolis and then his eyes glow red (and so do the eyes of his friends), which is apparently making them no longer remember him.
Alex watches Kara's battle on his FlyOver app, and then goes to a room with a massive computer called "Father" to watch the battle in more detail. As Supergirl talks to the two guys filming her for their FlyOver app, Alex orders retrieval of the villains and they disappear from the rooftop and appear in his lab.
Just then Lois arrives via helicopter to ask Kara for help with her Cadmus story. Cadmus has apparently made a rogue metahuman with Kryptonian DNA and Lois wants Kara's help figuring out what's going on. Kara worries she's not up to Superman's level, but Lois has faith in her and then gives her a smartphone (which Kara seems to be completely clueless about) so that she can track the villains.
In an ice cream shop, Kara uses the FlyOver app and sees Robin battling Mr. Freeze and Clayface, and zooms off to help him. They battle the villains who go down rather easily, and Kara is then about to fly off to help Blue Beetle when the villains erupt in some kind of electricity and are revealed to be some kind of androids mimicking the powers of said villains.
Throughout the battle Alex, who is behind the attacks on heroes, has been watching and scheming from the safety of his secret lab, and he has realized that Supergirl is the biggest threat of them all, and might be worthy of special attention.
- This book was first published on February 16, 2011.
- The villains in this story appear only as "imaginary". They are actually constructs of some sort.
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