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"Jimmy Olsen: "Crisis in Kandor!"": Superman and Jimmy Olsen take a vacation in Kandor but become Nightwing and Flamebird and encounter the new Nightwing and Flamebird when Separatists, advocating life outside the Kandor bottle, take Van-Zee's family hostage.


Quote1 Don't you remember? It was then I was having those memory gaps-- I don't remember any of this, but it could have happened! I didn't project Shyla into the Phantom Zone with criminal intent, but I can't prove I'm not a crook! Quote2
Supergirl



Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Crisis in Kandor!"

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  • Separatists
    • Sor-El
    • Har-Lo

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  • Dara Bel-Ne (candidate for Science Council)
  • Ken-Lar
  • Par-sa
  • Flash (Mentioned only)
  • Batman (Mentioned only)
  • Elton John (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Crisis in Kandor!"

Superman and Jimmy Olsen take a vacation in Kandor but become Nightwing and Flamebird and encounter the new Nightwing and Flamebird when Separatists, advocating life outside the Kandor bottle, take Van-Zee's family hostage.

Appearing in Superman: "The Death Angel from Earth"

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  • Sunworld Guerrilla Force One
    • Argon

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Synopsis for Superman: "The Death Angel from Earth"

An alien revolutionary tricks Superman into carrying a plague culture back to his home planet of Sunworld III.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "The Mutant Menace of Metropolis!"

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  • Wolf Weinman (gambling racketeer) (First appearance)
  • Marv Leonard (corrupt politician) (First appearance)
  • The Exterminator (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "The Mutant Menace of Metropolis!"

Lois Lane goes undercover to try and expose a connection between a gambling czar and a member of the Anti-Crime Commission, meets a new super-hero called the Human Cannonball, and helps him fight a rampaging, ray-altered, super-powered Tina Ames.

Appearing in Krypto: "Ridin' the Rails"

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  • Ed Lacy
  • Tommy Underhill (Ed Lacy's nephew) (Mentioned only)

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  • Otis Cribble (hobo)

Synopsis for Krypto: "Ridin' the Rails"

While Krypto and Ed are hitching a ride aboard a boxcar on a freight train, the Dog of Steel must save the train from wrecking.

Appearing in Nightwing & Flamebird: "Here There Be... Giants!"

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  • Separatists
    • Sor-El
    • Har-Lo

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  • Dara Bel-Ne (Mentioned only)

Synopsis for Nightwing & Flamebird: "Here There Be... Giants!"

The two pairs of Nightwings and Flamebirds fight the giant Separatists, who have been given great size by enlarging gas, but Van-Zee and Jimmy Olsen are taken captive. Sylvia attacks the Separatists holding her and frees herself and her children. Superman and Ak-Var manage to free their partners and immobilize the giants with an invention of Ak's. Later, Superman is told by a Kandorian that his cousin Supergirl is accused of a crime, and being tried in Kandor.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Kandor vs. Supergirl!"

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  • Shyla Kor-Onn (Flashback and main story)
  • Lesla-Lar (As a spirit) (Flashback and main story) (Behind the scenes)
  • Lex Luthor (Flashback only)
  • Klax-Ar (Mentioned only)
  • The Visitors (Mentioned only)

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  • Ro-Lar (judge)
  • JLA (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Kandor vs. Supergirl!"

Supergirl is returning to the Fortress of Solitude after a space battle[1] when she is ordered to report to Kandor. Kara enters the Shrunken City via the Micro-wave Tunnel, but she's arrested as soon as she arrives. Kara tries to fight off the police, but she's knocked out and taken to the Kandorian detention center. When she awakens, she finds Superman, Jimmy Olsen, Van-Zee and Ak-var are visiting her in her cell.

Van-Zee explains that, as daughter of Kandorian residents she's subject to Kandor's laws, and someone has brought charges against her. Kara is taken to court, accompanied by her cousins and friends, and discovers it's Shyla Kor-Onn who is accusing her of illegal seizure and unlawful imprisonment within the Phantom Zone, since Supergirl tricked her back into the Zone even though her sentence was up.[2] Shyla claims Supergirl was jealous from her, but Superman counteracts Kara acted in self-defense when Shyla attempted to steal her powers and kill her. Shyla's lawyer declares he can prove Kara's criminal intent and produces a mento-tape.

Meanwhile, on Midvale, Zor-El is taking Fred Danvers to his office in the new S.T.A.R. Labs facility. Fred still needs an assistant, and he meets with up a candidate for the position.

Back on Kandor, Van-Zee explains a mento-tape tapes the brain and records memories that can be played later. Mento-tapes are considered irrefutable evidence. Shyla's lawyer's mento-tape starts playing and Kara gets shocked and then mad when it shows her consorting with Lex Luthor.[3] However, Kara realizes she was having memory gaps at the time, so she canot prove she is innocent.

Shyla's lawyer claims Lex Luthor volunteered those memories years ago, but it wasn't until Shyla's release he didn't discover any further criminal evidence against Supergirl. He contends that Supergirl returned Shyla to the Phantom Zone because Shyla discovered her criminal past. Supergirl decides to not contest the charges, and is sentenced to the Zone for thirty days. Superman insists on defending her innocence but Supergirl assures she knows what she is doing.

As the Phantom Zone Projector sucks Supergirl into the Zone, a bodiless entity is watching the proceedings. She knows Supergirl is planning something, but it is sure it'll have conquered Earth before Supergirl's sentence is up.

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