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"The Dynamic Duel!": Supergirl changes into her Linda Danvers identity after Peter becomes Dynamic again, and super-hypnotizes him into forgetting his Dynamic identity. When she creates a thunderstorm



Appearing in "The Dynamic Duel!"

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Supergirl changes into her Linda Danvers identity after Peter becomes Dynamic again, and super-hypnotizes him into forgetting his Dynamic identity. When she creates a thunderstorm to try and trigger the change, he seems normalized, so she leaves. But when the storm is directly overhead, Peter returns to his Dynamic persona. Supergirl, seeing him again, deduces that the psychic power of the students assembled when she was super-hypnotizing Peter initially reinforced her hypnotic commands. Thus, she gathers the students together again and has them join her in a mental command that removes Peter's powers and Dynamic identity. Later, Supergirl proves to Peter she is not Valerie. But, much to Supergirl's anguish, Valerie and Peter wind up in each other's arms.

Appearing in "The Man Who Discovered Kryptonite!"

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Appearing in "Innocent -- Beyond a Reasonable Doubt"

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Clark Kent, on jury duty, learns an accused defendant in a robbery and murder case is innocent with his super-senses, but must somehow convince his fellow jurors that he is not guilty of the crime.

Appearing in "Swan Dance for a Girl Reporter"

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Lois Lane helps two Russian ballet stars who want to defect escape from Communist agents.

Appearing in "The Reporter Nobody Knows!"

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Jimmy Olsen is captured and trapped by a target of one of his criminal exposes, and only a youth who saw the abduction can save him.

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