"Red Daughter of Krypton: Conclusion": Worldkiller-1 charges Kara and both plummet to Earth as wrestling with each other. But Earth is currently engulfed in a Kryptonite cloud -owing to a battle between Superman and the US army-, which weakens Kara. However Kara is angry, wh
- My mind is free of all the rage and confusion now. I know who I am, and I know what you are-- A mockery of life. This is not murder. It is the end of a terrible mistake.
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in "Red Daughter of Krypton: Conclusion"
- Fairchild (Cameo)
- Burnout (Cameo)
- Rainmaker (Cameo)
- Freefall (Cameo)
- Grunge (Cameo)
- Superboy (Cameo)
- Dr. Shay Veritas (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Red Daughter of Krypton: Conclusion"
Worldkiller-1 charges Kara and both plummet to Earth as wrestling with each other. But Earth is currently engulfed in a Kryptonite cloud -owing to a battle between Superman and the US army-, which weakens Kara. However Kara is angry, which fuels her Ring. Kara manages to get him off her, but Worldkiller-1 takes the battle to a city and threatens to possess humans and consume their bodies unless Kara gives in and bonds with him. Getting progressively sicker and weaker because of Kryptonite poisoning, Kara cannot appear to stop him. Then she comes up with a plan.
Kara agrees to surrender if Worldkiller-1 lets his current human host go. Worldkiller-1 agrees to do so and latches on to her. Kara suddenly takes off and flies directly into the Kryptonite cloud. Since she and the Worldkiller are linked, the pain weakens both of them, but with the Ring she is able to grab him and warp into the Sun.
Unfortunately, the Worldkiller is still incredibly powerful. The only way Kara can think of stopping him is removing her Ring. Worldkiller-1 leaves her body and dumps her in the Sun, already planning to take over Superman.
However, Kara's plan works: the sudden influx of solar energy restarts her heart, heals her injuries and powers her up. She rushes at Worldkiller-1 and defeats him easily, tossing him into the Sun where it gets vaporized.
And then Kara realizes several things: she vented her pent-up rage and grief when she blew up and went off on Lobo. Since then she has made friends who have taught her how to deal with and harness her anger and impulsiveness. She is free of her anger-fueling Ring. For first time in months her mind is free of all the rage and confusion and she can think clearly again. And she realizes she can reach other people out and make friends, and if she just did the impossible (removing a Red Ring and surviving) maybe she can make a life and place for herself on planet Earth.
Kara heads to Earth, ready to start a new life.
- This book was first published on July 16, 2014.
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This story happens concurrently with Superman: Doomed.
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