"Superman: "The Secret of the Stone-Age Superman"": To solve the mystery of a caveman skeleton in a Superman suit, Superman goes back over a million years into the past.
- Hold it, you heels! This is your last performance!
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in Superman: "The Secret of the Stone-Age Superman"
- Guarr (Only appearance; dies)
- 20th Century
- Prehistoric Era
Synopsis for Superman: "The Secret of the Stone-Age Superman"
To solve the mystery of a caveman skeleton in a Superman suit, Superman goes back over a million years into the past.
Appearing in Supergirl: "The Anti-Supergirl Plot!"
- The Heroes (Single appearance)
- "Green Arrow"/"Fingers" Cooley
- "Green Lantern"
- "Supergirl"/Kim Lorne
- The Beatles (Mentioned only)
- Carter Hagen (Single appearance)
- The Monkees (Mentioned only)
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- Metropolis Athletic Club
- Rhode Island
- Carter Hagen's home (Single appearance)
- Morbilt Mansion (Single appearance)
- Stanhope College
Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Anti-Supergirl Plot!"
Linda Danvers is attending a party and watching a band of performers called "The Heroes" who disguise themselves as Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Batman, and Supergirl. However, the band is a front for a gang of thieves that case mansions while their audience is distracted with their solo singer.
After two consecutive instances of a mansion being plundered after a "The Heroes" performance, Linda grows suspicious. As Supergirl, Kara interrogates Kim Lorne, the Supergirl-costumed solo singer, and learns Kim believed her band were honest musicians, but she has just found out they are crooks, and they have threatened to harm her parents if she goes to the police.
Supergirl has the idea to impersonate Kim. Later, during another gig in the Metropolis Atlethic Club, Kara delivers an amazingly good performance as the gang cases the club, and the gang leader "Fingers" Cooley grows suspicious. Later Supergirl attacks them when they are sneaking into the place, but Cooley immobilizes her with a piece of Green Kryptonite stolen during their latest heist. Supergirl accidentally collapses against the light switch and blacks out the room.
The gang turns the light back on and they are going to finish their heist when they are ambushed by the real Justice League. Then Kim takes off her disguise and reveals she noticed the missing piece of Kryptonite when she was looking in their hideout for evidence. Realizing Cooley was setting a trap, she put on her Supergirl disguise and rushed to the Club. She was the one who put out the light and then swtiched places with Supergirl. Supergirl was still too weak to move so the summoned the real JL.
- "The Anti-Supergirl Plot!" was reprinted in Superman Family #169 and Supergirl: The Silver Age Omnibus Vol. 2
- According this story, Earth-One's sun was red 1,000,000 years in the past.
- Guarr resembles Abraham Lincoln.
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