"Love and War": A gang war has erupted in San Francisco.
- Better put out that fire before you burn the place down!
Appearing in "Love and War"
- The Hustlers Gang
- Rick (Single appearance)
- Gordy (Single appearance)
- Loretta (Single appearance)
- Flaming Serpents Gang
- Steve (Single appearance)
- Kong (Single appearance)
- Little Napoleon (Single appearance)
- Zapata (In a photograph only)
Synopsis for "Love and War"
A gang war has erupted in San Francisco.
Supergirl saves Rick, the head of the Hustlers street gang, from an assault by their rivals, the Flaming Serpents. Taking him back to his home turf, she learns from Rick that the gang has gotten out of warfare and into community service. Right now they are restoring a condemned building. Their actions have earned the anger of Steve, leader of rival gang the Flaming Serpents who is squeezing the neighborhood dry.
Supergirl goes to the Flaming Serpents to talk peace. Although at the beginning Steve is against the idea, Supergirl talks into it after saving them from a gas leak.
Before the meeting Little Napoleon, a Serpent, is kayoed from behind and put in a deathtrap from which Supergirl rescues him. Little Napoleon accuses the Hustlers of the deed, and Steve wants to go to war. Supergirl tries to calm everyone down, but she fails and both gangs are about to fight each other.
Supergirl checks the place where Little Napoleon was assailed and finds out the identity of the real culprit. The Maid of Might heads back to the condemned building where the Hustlers and the Serpents are fighting and immobilizes both gangs with her powers. then she proves that Little Napoleon is the guilty party. He confesses that he wanted to be a big man in the gang.
Both Hustlers and Serpents cease hostilities and agree to work on the building project together. As for Little Napoleon, Supergirl takes him away and sees that he get psychological treatment.
Appearing in Melba Manton: "The Final Cut!"
- Freddy (Single appearance)
- Rex Benton (Single appearance)
- Clark Kent (Mentioned only)
- Lois Lane (Mentioned only)
- Simms (Single appearance)
Synopsis for Melba Manton: "The Final Cut!"
Melba Manton saves a movie star from being kidnapped by his agent.
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