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"Supergirl: "Perfect Form"": The story opens with a disembodied electronic consciousness creating a body for itself on a spaceship. We then cut to Charlotte North Carolina, where Supergirl's new mentor, Liz Perske, is working out a business deal. Supergirl suddenly dives out of a window and co

Showcase '95 #1 is an issue of the series Showcase '95 (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 1995.

Synopsis for Supergirl: "Perfect Form"

The story opens with a disembodied electronic consciousness creating a body for itself on a spaceship. We then cut to Charlotte North Carolina, where Supergirl's new mentor, Liz Perske, is working out a business deal. Supergirl suddenly dives out of a window and confronts the members of Bonedagger Labs, stopping their malfunctioning machine. The spaceship from earlier, and the robot from earlier reveals his name is Lord Dichon as he captures Supergirl, reducing her to her protoplasmic matrix form.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Perfect Form"

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  • Liz Perske

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  • Lord Dichon (First appearance)

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  • Bonedagger Labs (First appearance)
    • Bailey
    • Hitch
    • Skyver
  • Khunds (Mentioned only)
  • Lex Luthor (Mentioned only)
  • Superman (Mentioned only)
  • T-1000 (Mentioned only)

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  • Gnolar crystals (First appearance)

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Synopsis for Argus: "Do the Clothes Make the Man?"

At a fashion event, Argus takes on Anson Mosher, the spoiled son of fashion designer Lee Ann Mosher, who uses a gas to destroy the women's clothes and Argus' uniform.

Appearing in Argus: "Do the Clothes Make the Man?"

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Synopsis for Sentinel: "Ghosts"

Alan Scott and his wife, Molly Mayne are mourning Dr. Midnite, the Atom and Hourman, who had died during Zero Hour. After Molly leaves, Alan is seemingly attacked by the animated corpses of his three friends, who accuse Alan of being a coward while they died in battle. Alan tries to reason with them, but they attack him nonetheless. Suddenly, he realizes the energy he used as Green Lantern have internalized, and he uses that power to bury the ghosts and rebuild their grave. Finally, he takes the new name of Sentinel, leaving his career as Green Lantern in the past. Elsewhere, the mysterious sorcerer Torquemada, responsible for conjuring those ghosts and placing the heavy burden of the Starheart on his shoulders, looks on Alan's first steps as Sentinel.

Appearing in Sentinel: "Ghosts"

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  • Dr. Mid-Nite is mistakenly spelled "Dr. Midnight" on the grave marker in this story.



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