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"Rage Quit": Supergirl engages Lobo, pummelling him and smashing him through the walls of The Block. For his part, Lobo does everything he can to press Kara's buttons and drive her so mad that she cannot fight effectively. Ceaselessly taunted and egged on by Lobo, Kara is so furious she cannot t


Quote1 You know what I am sick and tired of? People acting like they know me-- like they only want what's best for me. Quote2
-- Supergirl



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Synopsis for "Rage Quit"

Supergirl engages Lobo, pummelling him and smashing him through the walls of The Block. For his part, Lobo does everything he can to press Kara's buttons and drive her so mad that she cannot fight effectively. Ceaselessly taunted and egged on by Lobo, Kara is so furious she cannot think straight.

Their battle is so destructive that Shay has to teleport them out of The Block. Once outside, Lobo takes the fight to New York and changes his tune, stating that Veritas thinks of Supergirl as a ticking bomb and offers the young Kryptonian a partnership. Feeling betrayed by still another person she trusted, and identifying Lobo's attempt to manipulate her for what it is, and being sick of people letting her down or using her, Kara completely flies off the handle and puts a brutal beatdown onto Lobo. Supergirl is so overwhelmingly angry that her long-repressed, unleashed fury acts like a magnet to a Red Power Ring.

Meanwhile, Siobhan is looking for Kara after seeing her and Lobo brawling out of her window, and she meets her right after her transformation into a snarling, barely coherent Red Lantern.



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  • This book was first published on February 19, 2014.
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