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Appearing in "The Leaning Tower of Metropolis!"

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Appearing in "Phantom of the Opry"

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Jimmy Olsen investigates the murder of a country singer’s wife and a mysterious figure menacing a country music theater in Metropolis.

Appearing in "The Riddle of the Runaway Rocket!"

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Lois Lane joins the Roller Derby to investigate a story and winds up investigating a murder.

Appearing in "The Cosmic Abduction!"

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Brad Reynolds is on board a jet flying to New Athens for the premiere of his play The Cosmic Abduction. But when the plane lands, only his publicity agent Ralph Painter is there, and Reynolds is nowhere to be found. Painter speculates that Reynolds might have been kidnapped by a UFO. In days to come, Supergirl rescues a truck carrying the costumes for the play, whose tires all mysteriously blow out simultaneously, and a train carrying the theatrical sets, which is almost derailed. Supergirl finally solves the mystery of Reynolds's "disappearance": Ralph Painter is really Brad Reynolds in disguise. She deduces that the "accidents" were not really meant to be dangerous, but were publicity stunts intended to hype the play's opening. Since Reynolds, as "Painter", tries to stop some stage lights from falling in a real accident, Supergirl says she will speak in his behalf when Reynolds is charged with reckless endangerment. The play is a success.

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