""Secrets and Lies"": Supergirl comes around and finds herself strapped in a research laboratory and at Harry Hokum's mercy. Hokum has extracted her DNA and is wondering what can he use Kara for now, but instead of answering his questio
- You kiss your mother with that mouth? Yeah, you probably do.
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in "Secrets and Lies"
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- Omega Men
Synopsis for "Secrets and Lies"
Supergirl comes around and finds herself strapped in a research laboratory and at Harry Hokum's mercy. Hokum has extracted her DNA and is wondering what can he use Kara for now, but instead of answering his questions Kara deliberately makes him mad. As she is being dragged back to a cell she mocks Splyce until the alien fires her solar blasts at Supergirl. Supergirl's energy levels are recharged but she pretends to be passed out as she is thrown in a transport ship.
Meanwhile, Krypto and Z'ndr Kol are approaching the Citadel, trying to come up with a way to rescue Kara, when they are intercepted by agents of The Circle, who demand the duo comes peacefully with them.
Back on the Citadel, Supergirl gets thrown in a cell. Kara stops playing dead, shatters her shackles and gets ready to break herself and all prisoners out. Unfortunately her latest power charge will only two hours.
Meanwhile, a third party break into the prison. And Harry Hokum is growing Supergirl's clones.
Supergirl is carrying out a jailbreak when she runs into the Omega Men who are storming the place. Primus wants her to come with them, but Kara doesn't want to leave the prisoners behind, so Primus telepathically shows visions of the Citadel exterminating their worlds. The Omega Men are planning to destroy Hokum's fleet's power source, which is hidden in that place. Supergirl decides to join them.
The group fights their way to the chamber where Hokum's power source is kept, but they find three Omega Men who had been killed in action but are somehow alive and emprisoned. Before the Omega Men can get over their shock, Supergirl warns they are about to be attacked.
- This book was first published on January 16, 2019.
- The interior credits the variant cover to Amanda Conner instead of Stanley Lau by mistake.
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- Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 1)
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- Worlds' Finest (Volume 1)
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