"Plain Sight, Finale": A floating, energy-glowing superhuman who calls herself the "Evolutionist" has crashed National City Technical High School's school dance, declaring Supergirl's presence is an anomaly which disrupts the Earth's natural evolution and must b
- Agent Ocampo. Why does the D.E.O continue to paint me as a threat? You of all people know better. Have you forgotten I saved you and Cameron Chase from being crushed by a car? And the students here. Not just tonight. Speeding truck, falling glass... even loneliness. I remember their faces and their names. Every single one. I will continue to help, no matter how many guns you point at me. Now. Do you really want to arrest me, Alissa Ocampo?
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in "Plain Sight, Finale"
- Magog (On a TV or computer screen)
- Katarina Bissel (On a TV or computer screen)
- Belinda Zee
- Cameron Chase (Phone call only)
- Eliza Danvers (Mentioned only)
- Strange Visitor (On a TV or computer screen)
- Zegors (Cameo)
- Zor-El (Mentioned only)
- Armagetto (Mentioned only)
- Unnamed world
Synopsis for "Plain Sight, Finale"
A floating, energy-glowing superhuman who calls herself the "Evolutionist" has crashed National City Technical High School's school dance, declaring Supergirl's presence is an anomaly which disrupts the Earth's natural evolution and must be purged.
Kara Danvers looks for a way to change without being seen and spots a photo booth. Kara quickly switches identities and drags the Evolutionist up and away from the partygoers and D.E.O. agents.
As they duel, the Evolutionist blames Supergirl from holding back humanity despite her intent to protect them due to her toxic influence. She mindlinks with Supergirl and broadcasts her memories. She hails from a planet which was once a peaceful and advanced world until it was visited by several well-meaning Zegors which ignored their bodies held microorganisms deadly to her people. Her people was decimated by plagues and wars until she was the only left. She built a gravity armor suit and left her home, swearing she would prevent more worlds from being destructed by alien interference.
Supergirl tries to sympathize with her, but the Evolutionists states that Kryptonians destroyed themselves out of foolishness, and after reiterating the evils of interfering with native cultures without a regard for the consequences, resumes her attack. Her gravity powers threaten to tear Supergirl apart, but Supergirl manages to disrupt her suit with a powerful shockwave clap. Angry, Evolutionist prepares to mind-rape Supergirl into oblivion, but Supergirl sends her own memories through the mindlink. Surprised, Evolutionist sees Supergirl isn't changing humanity but humans have changed her. Evolutionist hadn't expected something like that and decides she needs to reconsider her mission. She flies off.
Agent Alissa Ocampo -who has become convinced that Belinda Zee is Supergirl's secret identity- tries to arrest her, but Supergirl reiterates she'll go on protecting and saving lives. Supergirl flies off before anybody can stop her.
Supergirl rapidly changes back into Kara Danvers and walks back into the building, hoping no one noticed she was gone. Kara meets Ben, who offers to give her a ride back home. As driving by the Oceanside Memorial Park, both teenagers decide to take a night stroll along the beach.
Kara opens up, admitting she's having a lot of trouble balancing everything: school, work, her family... Ben admits he feels conflicted about his job, too, but he's inspired and awed by her determination to fight for what she wants. Both teenagers kiss.
Kara and Ben spend the night in the beach. At dawn, Kara wakes up when her super-hearing picks an emergence. A hostage situation. She wants to go, but she doesn't want Ben to wake up all alone. However the situation seems under control thanks to the D.E.O. Kara remembers Eliza's words about her needing to have her own life and chooses to stay with Ben.
Meanwhile, in The Scabbard, Shay Veritas has finally discovered that Bones is working with Mokkari, one of the servants of Darkseid. She barely has time to e-mail her findings to Cameron Chase right before Mokkari teleports in her lab, aiming a weapon at her and declaring her plans are over.
- This book was first published on February 14, 2018.
- Stanley Lau's cover is an homage to the cover of Supergirl (Volume 2) #1.
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- Action Comics (Volume 1)
- Adventure Comics (Volume 1)
- All-Star Comics (Volume 1)
- Supergirl (Volume 1)
- Superman Family (Volume 1)
- Supergirl (Volume 2)
- Infinity Inc. (Volume 1)
- Power Girl (Volume 1)
- Supergirl (Volume 3)
- Supergirl (Volume 4)
- Supergirl (Volume 5)
- Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 1)
- Power Girl (Volume 2)
- Supergirl (Volume 6)
- Worlds' Finest (Volume 1)
- Supergirl (Volume 7)
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