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"Supergirl: "The Visitors from the Void"": Supergirl is blocking lightning bolts during a thunderstorm when a masked, uniformed floating figure turns up all of sudden, calls her by her name and warns her against "the Visitors". Before he can elaborate, he is seized an


Quote1 They could have planted that bomb for me! I didn't want to tell you about this, because I figured you had enough on your mind-- but I've been warned, threatened and attacked--! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in Supergirl: "The Visitors from the Void"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Visitors from the Void"

Supergirl is blocking lightning bolts during a thunderstorm when a masked, uniformed floating figure turns up all of sudden, calls her by her name and warns her against "the Visitors". Before he can elaborate, he is seized and dragged into some kind of warp-portal by two identically-costumed figures.

Seconds later, Kara saves a car from being struck by lightning, and discovers her adoptive mother Edna Danvers driving the car. Supergirl takes her mother to her apartment, and Edna explains her husband Fred has disappeared. Fred started working on a top-secret government work six months ago, but he gradually started looking more worried and guarded, until one week ago she received a phone call from him asking her to contact Linda, just before the call was cut off.

The next morning, Linda Danvers asks for a leave of absence, but before leaving she decides to finish off some pending paperwork. She's attacked in her office by the Visitors, wielding energy weapons that can actually hurt her. Supergirl tries to fight back and she finds out they are intangible before they teleport away once again.

Elsewhere else, the leader of the Visitors has determined their disruptors can't destroy Supergirl. He states they have to stop her before she discovers anything further, and one of his men announces he already set a trap for her.

Back on Florida, Linda and her mother get into Edna's car, but Linda realizes someone planted a bomb under the hood. Both women get out hurriedly, and Linda throws the vehicle out of the planet where it blows up.

Supergirl opts for flying her mother all the way to Midvale. On their way home, Supergirl tells her mother about the Visitors. Surprised, Edna takes Supergirl to her husband and her bedroom and shows her daughter Fred's working uniform-- an outfit which is the same as those worn by the Visitors. As Supergirl is wondering if her father was actually trying to warn her, a Visitor silently teleports in the room behind them. And the whole scene is being observed by two other figures.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "The Final Flight"

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  • Loan sharks
  • Borotavian military and secret police
    • Marke Himmel (tennis player)

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  • Frank (Olsen's cameraman)
  • Richard Bench (movie producer)
  • Barbara Bench (Richard's daughter)
  • Josef Rabinovitch (scientist and tennis player)
  • Barbara Walters (Mentioned only)
  • Bobby Riggs (Mentioned only)
  • Jimmy Connors (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Final Flight"

Jimmy Olsen goes undercover as a tennis player to save a scientist from a dictator, despite the fact that he can't play tennis.

Appearing in Krypto: "Bone of Contention"

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  • Chelsea
  • An unnamed professor
  • Mutt (a stray dog)

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  • Parker (a thug)

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Synopsis for Krypto: "Bone of Contention"

Krypto foils a crook trying to steal a dinosaur bone.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Piece of Mind"

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  • SKULL
    • Father DeMurr
    • Mrs. Dunnis (Mentioned only)

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  • Superman
  • Bob Marlow (Assistant District Attorney) (Dies)

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Piece of Mind"

A religious cult which is a front for SKULL brainwashes Lois Lane into attempting to kill Clark Kent.

Appearing in "Nightwing and Flamebird"

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    • assassin (Disguised as Zim-Ra)

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  • Ner-Am (president of Kandor City)
  • Mic-Al (vice-president of Kandor City)
  • Zim-Ra (archer hero from Krypton's history) (Mentioned only)
  • Isaac Newton (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for "Nightwing and Flamebird"

Nightwing and Flamebird stop an assassin dressed as a famed Kryptonian archer-hero from the past from killing the president of Kandor on behalf of the Separatists, a radical faction that wants Kandorians to be able to live outside their bottle.

Appearing in Superman: "The Mysterious Misdemeanors of the Prankster"

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  • Warden of Metropolis State Penitentiary

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Synopsis for Superman: "The Mysterious Misdemeanors of the Prankster"

The Prankster and the Toyman cook up a plot to drive Superman crazy by the Prankster's violating obsolete laws, such as putting pennies in his ears in Honolulu.

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  • "The Visitors from the Void"
    • The two shadowy figures in the final panel are Zor-El and Allura, observing from within the Survival Zone.
    • In a flashback sequence, Kara learns about the Survival Zone before leaving Argo City. This is slight retcon, since originally she discovered the existence of the Zone several years after her arrival on Earth.

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