"War on Terra": Terra and Satanna are fighting over an agonizing Power Girl. The battle ends when Terra catches Satanna with a stone claw and threatens to rip her eyes out if Satanna doesn't shut off the gravitational
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Appearing in "War on Terra"
- Terra (Possessed)
- Terra (Mentioned only)
- Joker (Mentioned only)
- Superboy-Prime (Mentioned only)
- Power Girl's cat
- Steve (Single appearance)
- Erin (Single appearance)
- JSA (Mentioned only)
- Teen Titans (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "War on Terra"
Terra and Satanna are fighting over an agonizing Power Girl. The battle ends when Terra catches Satanna with a stone claw and threatens to rip her eyes out if Satanna doesn't shut off the gravitational device crushing Power Girl. Satanna reveals the code and Terra rushes to turn it off and get it off Power Girl. Power Girl is hurt and exhausted albeit dazed, and a bit upset because Satanna has escaped. She is also taken aback at Terra's sudden bloodthirstiness. Power Girl and Terra return to the former's apartment.
Upon arriving, Kara notes Atlee is acting strangely but she doesn't think much of it. Right then the kid who has taken pictures of Kara suiting up returns. He wants Power Girl to come with him to pick up his comics today, scare his bullies away and help him ask a girl out. Power Girl decides to indulge him and meet him later.
Kara brings Atlee to work. As Kara runs Starrware Industries, Atlee looks around the building until it's time to pick the blackmailer kid up. Terra doesn't understand why Power Girl is entertaining the kid's wishes, but Power Girl insists he's just a kid and she'll handle that situation her way.
Power Girl doesn't know she is being watched by Satanna, who states it's time to proceed to the plan's next phase.
On her way back, Power Girl and Terra are arguing about heroes' treatment of villains -who Terra is suddenly supportive of- when they are ambushed by Manhawks. Both heroines fight them off, but Terra resorts to lethal force right away.
Power Girl realizes something is wrong with her friend and wants to take her to Doctor Mid-Nite, but Terra starts a fight and threatens to reveal her secret identity and destroy her life. Power Girl forces her way through a rain of rocks and grabs Terra. She has already guessed Atlee has been taken over by Ultra-Humanite and demands to know what he has done with her brain.
- This book was first published on March 24, 2010.
- No special notes.
- Several references to various DC characters can be seen in the comic book store. The clerk is holding a copy of Jonah Hex, (at the time written by Palmiotti and Grey), his colleague is wearing a Batgirl T-shirt. Fisher himself is wearing a Green Lantern T-shirt.
- Power Girl also mentions several cosmic battles she lived through: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Infinite Crisis, Final Crisis and Blackest Night.
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