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"Supergirl: "The Case of the Cape Caper"": When Wells, a scientist, turns to crime and sells crime-plans and explosive devices to gang-boss Jason Janson, he hits on the idea of stealing and duplicating Supergirl's invulnerable cape. He accomplishes the theft by getting Supergirl to remove her c



Appearing in Supergirl: "The Case of the Cape Caper"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Case of the Cape Caper"

When Wells, a scientist, turns to crime and sells crime-plans and explosive devices to gang-boss Jason Janson, he hits on the idea of stealing and duplicating Supergirl's invulnerable cape. He accomplishes the theft by getting Supergirl to remove her cape and place it over a water fountain supposedly rigged to shoot acid and, while Supergirl is busy elsewhere, switching her cape for a realistic substitute. Supergirl learns of the switch one day when the fake cape ignites with flames from air friction. Using Supergirl's cape as a shield for his body, Wells sells it to Janson for a million dollars...but Janson kills him with a shot to the head and retains his money. Supergirl, super-hearing the shot, bursts in and confronts Janson, who now wears the cape. He threatens to explode a radio-controlled bomb in the Santa Augusta police department building with a device on his belt, designed by Wells. Supergirl merely wraps her cape around his belt, preventing the radio signal from getting out, and captures him.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Susie's Flying Saucer"

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  • Energy aliens from planet Jeyes(First appearance)
  • Sally (Clark Kent's secretary) (Phone Call Only)

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Susie's Flying Saucer"

When immaterial energy aliens tell Susie Tompkins that they need help before their spaceship explodes and destroys Metropolis, can Susie (a known fibber) convince her Aunt Lois and Uncle Clark of the truth in time?

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Man with the Golden Smile"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Man with the Golden Smile"

A Metropolis cop sets up Clark Kent, with his consent, as bait for a subway mugger.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Mystery of the Mind-Twisters"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Mystery of the Mind-Twisters"

Lois Lane investigates a school in which the normally-delinquent students have become placid and happy, and finds the condition mysteriously spreading.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "The Blackmailed By-Line"

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Blackmailed By-Line"

A gangster attempts to blackmail an old reporter over an accidental death he caused decades ago, but Jimmy Olsen steps in to set things right.

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