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Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes Vol 1 31

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"The Quest for Cosmic Boy: Prologue": Dream Girl visits Brainiac 5 in one of his dreams, and gives him advice about the future, and tells him that Cosmic Boy is missing. Star Boy, who wakes Brainiac 5, is surprised that he already know that Cosmic Boy is missing. Brainy asks Theena to tell him w


Quote1 This is the one intact structure within a hundred miles that would agree to host us. That means no fighting! Anyone leaves so much as a scuffmark and they answer to me. Quote2
-- Supergirl



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Synopsis for "The Quest for Cosmic Boy: Prologue"

Dream Girl visits Brainiac 5 in one of his dreams, and gives him advice about the future, and tells him that Cosmic Boy is missing. Star Boy, who wakes Brainiac 5, is surprised that he already know that Cosmic Boy is missing. Brainy asks Theena to tell him who won the election. She tells him Supergirl is the new leader of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

At the same time, Supergirl helps people that has been trapped someplace during the Dominator War. In Brasilia, she meets Special Prosecutor Tenzil Kem, who informs her that she has won the election and that his mission is to investigate if Cosmic Boy is guilty of war crimes.

Supergirl holds a meeting in the Metropolis Convention Center, where the Legion, the Wanderers and the Terror Firma are gathered. As people begin to fight, Brainiac 5 talks to Supergirl about how to find Cosmic Boy and the 3 places he most likely is located at.

After Supergirl has stopped the fights, she sends out three mission teams to Lallor, the Ranzz Family Farm and the Gobi Rainforest.



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  • This book was first published on June 27, 2007.
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