"Space Girls Gone Wild! Conclusion": Power Girl tries to stop a three vs one alien battle in midtown Manhattan. Power Girl decides to take one of them away and interrogate him. Meanwhile, the three alien women are approached by a stranger who insists his boss would
- An alien ship landed in Prospect Park, three fashionable women got out and caused some trouble, I got caught in the self-destruction of the ship and now they turn up in midtown Manhattan throwing cars at some guy in a Buck Rogers backpack. Seems I'm becoming a magnet for this sort of thing.
Appearing in "Space Girls Gone Wild! Conclusion"
- Vincent (Only appearance; dies)
- Felix (Single appearance)
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Space Girls Gone Wild! Conclusion"
Power Girl tries to stop a three vs one alien battle in midtown Manhattan. Power Girl decides to take one of them away and interrogate him. Meanwhile, the three alien women are approached by a stranger who insists his boss would love meeting them.
Power Girl takes the man -who identifies himself as Agent 7- to an empty amusement park and demands answers. Agent 7 explains they are from Vega 7. Those three girls are his emperor's daughters and he was supposed to be their bodyguard. The trio got into some trouble casue of minor mischief what he was supposed to bring them in to the authorities for, but they tricked him and ran away. He has been chasing them all over the galaxy. Power Girl asks if it was his ship the one they shot out of the sky and Agent 7 confirms it was his, but they knew his ship's emergency systems would eject him safely. They would never intentionally harm anybody. Power Girl is sceptical about it, but she locks Agent 7 up and flies away to look for them. Her search is fruitless and in the meantime, Agent 7 has broken out and ran off.
Power Girl feels she needs a break, so she changes clothes and goes back home. On her apartment, Kara meets Terra, as well as evidence that someone knows her secret identity and snapped pictures as she was suiting up at the morning. Kara will have Mister Terrific run tests on those photos but for now she will have to wait for whoever took those pictures showing themselves. Kara is worried that people around her may be in danger, and given her company's problems and her alien-chasing day she feels she is losing her life's control. Atlee suggests she needs to let go a bit, and Kara decides to follow her friend's advice and go shopping with her.
Back home, Kara and Atlee are resting after assembling Kara's new furniture when someone knocks on the door and Agent 7 stumbles in the apartment. He is exhausted, starving and thirsty after spending the whole day trying to track the three girls down. He put a tracking device on Power Girl's cape the last time they met and now he has come to ask help. Agent 7 hands over his tracker to Power Girl and faints.
Once he has rested, Power Girl flies him to Atlantic City and they meet the alien girls have gotten caught up in a gang mini-war. One of the girls wants to kill the hitmen who tried to assassinate her and her sisters, but Power Girl talks her down after a brief scuffle.
Once things have been settled down, Power Girl finds out the alien group has enough gems to buy themselves a new life, and explains they'll have to learn how to fit in among humans until they find a way to get them back home.
Kara helps set them new identities and bank accounts up, clears up all legal issues in New York City and finds them a place to stay on. She also gave their star charts to a friend who will look for their homeworld. Agent 7 asks how they can repay her, but Power Girl assures that allowing her to get and analyze their alien equipment is good enough of a payment.
Later, Kara and Terra go to the cinema together.
- This book was first published on October 21, 2009.
- No special notes.
- The cinema closely resembles The Pavilion Theatre on Prospect Park West in Brooklyn, in the vicinity of the alleged location of Power Girl's apartment.
- ÄIDJA is a rather obvious pastiche of IKEA which is present in real life Brooklyn as well. All signs and names in the furniture store are based on phonetic Swedish pronunciation of English words.
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