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"Supergirl: "The Supergirl from Planet Earth"": Supergirl comes to Midvale for a visit as Linda Danvers, trying to get over her crush on Peter Barton. While there, she witnesses Ellie Leeds, a neighbor girl who has been in a coma for over seven years, awake, create an old-style Supergirl costum



Appearing in Supergirl: "The Supergirl from Planet Earth"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Supergirl from Planet Earth"

Supergirl comes to Midvale for a visit as Linda Danvers, trying to get over her crush on Peter Barton. While there, she witnesses Ellie Leeds, a neighbor girl who has been in a coma for over seven years, awake, create an old-style Supergirl costume, and exhibit super-powers. Supergirl eventually deduces the truth: Ellie saw the landing of Supergirl's rocket, recovered a speck of X-Kryptonite after the landing, and gained super-powers from exposure to it. But her body was not capable of handling the powers, and she was thrown into a coma for years, receiving sustenance from the sun's rays. Finally, upon physical maturity, Ellie awoke. Supergirl encases the X-Kryptonite in a lead medallion and gives it to Ellie. But an industrial spy has heard the tale, steals the pendant from Ellie, breaks it open, and steals the X-Kryptonite. When he tries to pull a super-heist, Supergirl uses her powers covertly to convince him his X-Kryptonite powers are wearing off. Shortly after he surrenders, the acids in his stomach destroy the X-Kryptonite and he does indeed lose his super-powers.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The Critic Killer"

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The Critic Killer"

When the Daily Star's new television critic Lana Lang writes a scathing review of a sitcom, the show's head writer targets her for revenge.

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Woman with Omnivision"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Woman with Omnivision"

Clark Kent is assigned to escort a movie star who has the psychic ability to predict disasters.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Lois Lane: Lost"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Lois Lane: Lost"

Lois Lane is captured by a criminal named the Extractor and has her memories removed by his machine. She escapes, finds refuge with a restaurateur called Ted Wallach, and helps him stand off a gang of punks. Then she flees again, with the Extractor searching for her on an unknown party's behalf.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "The Reporter Who Cried Wolf"

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  • Al Diamond
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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Reporter Who Cried Wolf"

Jimmy Olsen overhears a plot to kidnap political candidate Al Diamond, but cannot convince others of the plot...and does not know that Diamond is behind the plot himself.

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