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Appearing in "The Museum of Eternity"

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Synopsis for "The Museum of Eternity"

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Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Somebody Stole My Town"

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  • The other residents of Hartsdale
  • Barbara Bench (Mentioned only)
  • Superman (Mentioned only)

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  • Tony
  • The Perservers
  • Brainiac (Mentioned only)

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  • Peg (receptionist at Daily Planet)
  • The various alien inhabitants & visitors on the Preserver's world
  • Prisoners on the Preserver's world
  • Cavemen from Earth
  • Ancient Egyptians from Earth
  • Ancient Romans from Earth
  • Ancient Babylonians from Earth
  • Inuit from Earth
  • Native Americans from Earth
  • Medieval Europeans from Earth
  • Representatives of two unnamed alien civilizations

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Somebody Stole My Town"

On a trip back to see his father in Hartsdale, Jimmy Olsen discovers that the entire town has been abducted and taken into another dimension by aliens called the Preservers. Jimmy is captured by the Preservers when he gets into Hartsdale, but pitches his activated signal-watch outside the dimensional barrier to summon Superman.

Appearing in Superman: "Doorways in the Sky"

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  • The Perservers
    • Curator
    • Apprentice-Prime
  • Brainiac (Mentioned only)

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  • Prisoners on the Preserver's world
    • Three-headed alien barbarians
    • Ancient Romans from Earth
    • Ancient Chinese from Earth
    • Alien insects
  • Dan Dunbar (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Superman: "Doorways in the Sky"

While Lois Lane is in Kandor interviewing the super-hero TNT, she and everyone in the city is abducted by the Preservers. Meanwhile, Superman finds his way into the Preservers' maze of captured cities, reflecting many different eras and civilizations of Earth and other planets, but is defeated by the aliens when he comes into range of Kandor's red sun.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Captives at the Edge of Forever"

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  • The Preservers
    • Curator
    • Apprentice-Prime
    • Purifier (Robot)
    • Dissectoid (Robot)

Other Characters:

  • Prisoners on the Preserver's world
    • Three-headed aliens (Not the same ones from "Doorways in the Sky"}
    • One-legged aliens
  • Aquaman (Mentioned only)
  • Saturn Girl (Mentioned only)
  • Justice League (Mentioned only)

Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Captives at the Edge of Forever"

Lois Lane makes contact with Superman, Nightwing, and Flamebird in Kandor and compares notes with them. The Curator, head of the Preservers, sends a robot called the Purifier to capture Lane because she is a non-Kryptonian contaminant. Lane is held with Jimmy Olsen, who the Preservers have been interrogating. Lane and Olsen manage to escape and destroy the Dissectoid, a robot sent to vivisect them. But the Curator tells them they are disturbing his other “exhibits”, and that, unless they surrender within 41.5 minutes, he will destroy the Earth.

Appearing in Krypto: "A Cage of Light"

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  • The Preservers

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  • Prisoners on the Preserver's world
    • Catman-centaur aliens
    • Unidentified human civilazation

Synopsis for Krypto: "A Cage of Light"

The Preservers place Krypto in Kandor, where Superman, Nightwing, and Flamebird find that he can pass through the barriers separating the captive cities. He regains his powers in a yellow-sun city, finds Jimmy and Lois, and attempts to lead them back to Kandor.

Appearing in Nightwing & Flamebird: "Fight with the Phantom Zone Fiends"

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  • Separatists
    • Ver-Na
  • Rao (Mentioned only)
  • Zor-El (Mentioned only)
  • Allura (Mentioned only)
  • Supergirl (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Nightwing & Flamebird: "Fight with the Phantom Zone Fiends"

The Phantom Zoners have been freed from the Zone by the Preservers but are exiled to Kandor, where they attack Superman, Nightwing, and Flamebird. They defeat the trio and have a brief reign of terror in Kandor, which is cut short when Flamebird beats Jax-Ur in battle and convinces the Zoners to join with them against the Preservers. The Separatists also offer their help. As they all await action, Superman notes that Supergirl, Zor-El, and Allura are nowhere to be found in the city.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Finale"

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  • The Preservers
    • Curator
    • Apprentice-Prime

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Finale"

Supergirl, Zor-El, and Allura enter the Fortress of Solitude to discover Kandor gone. Kara gets a message from President Carter to investigate the disappearance of the city of Hartdale. When she arrives at the site of Hartdale's vanishing, Supergirl comes across a dimensional portal which she can barely enlarge enough to enter, and finds herself in one of the cities stolen by the Curator for his Museum of Eternity. She soon encounters Krypto and then Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane. Jimmy and Lois warn Supergirl that if she goes through the next portal and enters Kandor, she will lose her powers and Earth will be destroyed, as per the Curator's wishes. Since Krypto is unaffected by the barrier, which only works on humans, he is sent to fetch Superman, which he does. Supergirl is able to pull him through the hole. With his powers restored, Superman helps her pull the barrier wide enough to admit Nightwing, Flamebird, Jax-Ur, General Zod, and Kru-El. (The latter three have agreed to work with the heroes against the Curator.) The super-powered Kryptonians break into the Curator's headquarters and defeat him and Apprentice-Prime before they can devastate Earth. Superman restores all the cities taken from planets in the present day, but there are other cities stolen from time-eras of the past. Supergirl, who says that cultural shock would result if those cities were restored to their present-day planets, finds an uninhabited world and has the past-cities set down on its surface, far enough apart that it will be years before the inhabitants of different cities make contact. Nightwing and Flamebird are returned to Kandor, which is sent back to the Fortress; the Phantom Zone villains go back to the Zone; Hartdale (with Jimmy Olsen and his father) is restored to its proper place, and all is well.

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