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"Crisis at the Crossroads in Time": After an inconclusive battle with a pollution-manipulating villain called Toxus, who claims he has fought Superman and Supergirl before--a battle Supergirl does not remember--the Girl of Steel encounters the Supergirl of 500,000 years in the future. The Super



Appearing in "Crisis at the Crossroads in Time"

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Synopsis for "Crisis at the Crossroads in Time"

After an inconclusive battle with a pollution-manipulating villain called Toxus, who claims he has fought Superman and Supergirl before--a battle Supergirl does not remember--the Girl of Steel encounters the Supergirl of 500,000 years in the future. The Supergirl of the future tells her past counterpart that Tal Belok, a villain from her era, transported devices to the 20th Century, which Toxus used in his crimes. She came to the past, tackled him with the help of Superman, and later erased the memory of the event from Superman's mind with his consent, as he felt it was too dangerous to know the far future. The future Supergirl also refuses to say if she is or is not a descendant of Supergirl of 1981. The present-day Supergirl agrees to tackle Tal Belok in the far future if her successor will battle Toxus in this era. Supergirl discovers that the Earth of 500,000 A.D. has a cooler, orange sun, which lessens her powers and makes it possible for Tal Belok to endanger her with molten lava. And in 1981, the future Supergirl, masquerading as Linda Danvers, answers the door, miscalculates her strength--increased by the yellow sun of the present--and tears her door off its hinges in front of two of Linda's new friends.

Appearing in "Beware the Ultra-Ant"

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Appearing in "Take Me Out of the Ball Game"

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Clark Kent discovers that Frank, the doorman at his apartment house, is in reality Franklin Pierce Jackson, an old star from baseball’s Negro Leagues.

Appearing in "The Man Who Lived Twice"

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Lois Lane finds a billionaire who has been missing for almost seven years and wishes to preserve his anonymity. But if he stays gone for seven whole years, his money goes to a ne’er-do-well relative who wants the ex-billionaire dead.

Appearing in "Charity Begins with Death!"

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Jimmy Olsen investigates a charity with mob ties, while he finally breaks up with Lucy Lane.

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