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"Supergirl: "Strangers at the Heart's Core!"": After learning of Valerie Myles's engagement to Peter Barton, Linda Danvers is astonished to see that her foster parents, Fred and Edna Danvers, who have come for a visit, have taken on the appearances of Zor-El and Allura. Minutes later, when all



Appearing in Supergirl: "Strangers at the Heart's Core!"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Strangers at the Heart's Core!"

After learning of Valerie Myles's engagement to Peter Barton, Linda Danvers is astonished to see that her foster parents, Fred and Edna Danvers, who have come for a visit, have taken on the appearances of Zor-El and Allura. Minutes later, when all three are in Linda's apartment, Linda's mind is invaded by the "disembodied intelligence" that has secretly plagued her recently--the astral body of Lesla-Lar. Lesla explains that, after she was disintegrated by the Phantom Zone criminals, she evolved into a new form of life, until trapped in a Superboy robot for a time. When she escaped from the robot, she invaded the mind of Supergirl herself. Now falsely believing that she and Supergirl are sisters, Lesla has used her mental-projection powers to disguise Fred and Edna as Zor-El and Allura, and to mentally convince them they are Supergirl's Kryptonian parents. Lesla and Supergirl battle in Supergirl's mind, and Lesla wins, expelling Supergirl from her body. But Fred and Edna tell Allura (in Supergirl's body) that they are convinced she is not their daughter. The jolt to Allura's confidence enables Supergirl to reenter her body, resume the battle, and force Lesla out of her corpus. Lesla's energy is dispersed on the astral plane, and Fred and Edna Danvers resume their normal forms, knowing nothing of what has happened.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Hostage of the Harlequin"

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  • Sportsmaster
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  • Harlequin's henchmen (including Packy and Smoke)
  • Luthor (Mentioned only)
  • Ultra (Mentioned only)
  • Puzzler (Mentioned only)
  • Prankster (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Hostage of the Harlequin"

Lois investigates a robbery at Metropolis Stadium and is captured by Harlequin, who is working for Sportsmaster. However, since Harlequin is secretly an undercover agent for the police, Superman is alerted, Lois is rescued and Sportsmaster is captured.

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "A Scoop for a Snoop!"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "A Scoop for a Snoop!"

Lola Barnett, disguised as an old lady, breaks into Clark Kent's apartment to gain evidence that he is in cahoots with Superman, so Clark teaches her a lesson.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Have You Ever Told Me the Story of My Life?"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Have You Ever Told Me the Story of My Life?"

Superman restores Lois Lane's memory in the Fortress of Solitude and helps her have a last reunion with Ted Wallach.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Open Season on Red-Header Reporters!"

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  • Ted
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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Open Season on Red-Header Reporters!"

Jimmy Olsen turns up evidence of industrial pollution in a river, and puts his own life in danger.

Notes

  • This book was first published on December 11, 1980.
  • The Extractor appeared in Superman Family #203.

Trivia

Lola broke into a "M*A*S*H" rerun on UBC-TV to report her sham scoop.



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