"Terra Alert!": Power Girl engages Ultra-Humanite after he has possessed Terra's body. Power Girl is stronger but Humanite threatens to bring the whole city down. Power Girl is willing to let him take over her body if
Appearing in "Terra Alert!"
- Power Girl (Flashback and main story)
- Terra (Possessed)
- Ultra-Humanite (Flashback and main story)
- Ultra-Humanite (Mentioned only)
- Doctor Sivana (Mentioned only)
- JSA (Mentioned only)
- New York City
- Manhattan (Flashback and main story)
- Atlantic Ocean
- Blackgate Penitentiary (Flashback only)
- Krypton (Mentioned only)
- Ultra-Humanite's ship (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Terra Alert!"
Power Girl engages Ultra-Humanite after he has possessed Terra's body. Power Girl is stronger but Humanite threatens to bring the whole city down. Power Girl is willing to let him take over her body if he leaves New York City and Terra alone, but Ultra-Humanite has decided he actually likes his new body's abilities. Using Terra's geokinesis, he buries Power Girl underground. He believes he has already won, but Power Girl digs her way out of her grave and tackles him.
Before he has the chance to unleash Terra's powers again, Power Girl drags him far away from New York City and hurls herself and him in the Atlantic Ocean. Ultra-Humanite can still hit her with a submarine volcanic eruption, though, so she flies him high until he passes out due to a lack of oxygen. Then she scans New York in search of Satanna.
Power Girl barges into Satanna's lair. The villainess starts mocking her, but Power Girl is not in the mood to put up with taunts, and cuts off both her chattering and her left arm with a precise blast of heat vision. When Satanna starts yelling, Power Girl states she can get her arm reattached after disclosing Terra's location.
Kara breaks Atlee out of the storage room where she had been locked. Both girls hug each other. Atlee's brain is still in Ultra-Humanite's injured and half-burned body, but she tells her people in Strata can help.
Carrying both Terra and Ultra-Humanite, Power girl blasts her way to Strata. Right when they are arriving in the subterranean city, Ultra-Humanite comes to and attacks both girls. However, Terra tells her race has amazing cloning facilities, so Power Girl doesn't need to hold back out of fear to hurt her body. Power Girl cuts loose, pummels Ultra-Humanite back into unconsciousness, and then she meets Strata's chief physician, Aurla.
Hours later, Aurla has cloned new bodies for both, Terra and Ultra-Humanite. Gerard Shugel has been given his human body back, and Aurla has made sure that he is healthy this time. Kara appreciates Aurla's kindness and is fascinated with Strata.
Once Atlee has been completely restored, she describes how she was ambushed, operated on while she was awake and dumped in some mental hospital where nobody knew who she was. Afterwards, Power Girl meets Ultra-Humanite. Power Girl confirms he is now healed, and Aurla is going to wipe out all knowledge of Stratra and her secret identity from his memory, but he has now a second chance. She even offers to help him start out his new life by hiring him, but Gerard declines. After she leaves, though, Gerard mutters he still hates her and desires for revenge.
Somewhere else, Satanna has got her arm replaced with a leopard's limb and decides to arrange a meeting with Doctor Sivana. She's willing to indulge his desires for the revenge's sake.
- This book was first published on April 21, 2010.
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