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"The Man with the Explosive Mind!": The Mind-Bomber, aka Paige Van Horne, a psychic-powered criminal with the ability to cause destructive blasts with his mind, latches onto Lena Thorul's mind when she comes to New York City, boosts



Appearing in "The Man with the Explosive Mind!"

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Synopsis for "The Man with the Explosive Mind!"

The Mind-Bomber, aka Paige Van Horne, a psychic-powered criminal with the ability to cause destructive blasts with his mind, latches onto Lena Thorul's mind when she comes to New York City, boosts her own ESP ability briefly, and learns (as does Lena) that Linda Danvers is really Supergirl. Lena has come to New York to get a job as Greg Gilbert's secretary, since her husband, Jeff Colby, has recently died. Lena gets the job and winds up secretly writing the scripts for the next few days of Secret Hearts, since scripter Greg Gilbert is absent. The Mind-Bomber uses the occasion to plant script-ideas in her mind for disasters which he parallels in the real world, to get revenge on the members of his family who have achieved more than he has. Supergirl finally catches up to the Mind-Bomber, who apparently self-destructs. Lena confides to Supergirl that she knows her double identity. But neither have any idea what has become of Greg Gilbert.

Appearing in "The Kill Kent Contract!"

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Synopsis for "The Kill Kent Contract!"

At the 1955 wedding of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle on Earth-Two, Lois Kent stumbles onto a plot to murder one of the guests.

Appearing in "Search for a Secret-Seeker"

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The Elongated Man pays a visit to Clark Kent, claiming he was invited over for lunch. Clark, who has no memory of inviting him, thinks it is a ploy of an unknown person to reveal Superman’s secret identity.

Appearing in "Lois Lane: Hostage!"

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Lois Lane gets too close to terrorists looking for a story, and is taken hostage herself.

Appearing in "Deadlier Than the Sword"

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Jimmy Olsen tries to reason with Shelby Drake while the four Olsen doubles attempt to wreck his life with their impersonations.

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