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"Supergirl: "The Face on Cloud 9"": Supergirl has become infatuated with `Peter Barton and thinks of him constantly. After her distraction almost causes a airplane to crash, Kara tries to focus on heading towards [[New Athens Experimental


Quote1 "Dynamic" seems to know me, but not very well! I thought everyone know even the weight of a mountain range couldn't faze me! If that spurious strongman thinks I'm "out of the picture", he's got another think-- and fight-- coming! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in Supergirl: "The Face on Cloud 9"

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  • Dr. Somnus

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Face on Cloud 9"

Supergirl has become infatuated with `Peter Barton and thinks of him constantly. After her distraction almost causes a airplane to crash, Kara tries to focus on heading towards New Athens Experimental School where her friend Valerie Myles has invited an hypnosis expert to make a demonstration in her Parapsychology class. In the meantime, Peter and his belief that his ex-girlfriend Valerie is Supergirl are getting the latter annoyed. After an argument, Peter thinks that getting back together would be easier if Valerie wasn't Supergirl.

Meanwhile, Supergirl has made it to the classroom where she is asked to demonstrate her super-hypnosis on a volunteer. Unfortunately, Supergirl is thinking still about Peter and she accidentally looks at Peter with her super-vision as pondering he might be into her if he was more dynamic.

Kara decides to leave to find some way to get her mind off Peter when she finds a costumed man wandering through Santa Augusta. The super-strong stranger is hostile, though, and he brings a skyscraper in construction down on her. After believing that he, Dynamic, has gotten rid of Supergirl, he walks off.

Seconds later, Supergirl digs her way out of the rubble, spots Dynamic, and discovers he is Peter. As spying on him, Kara deduces she hypnotized him into being more dynamic by accident, and because he wants to Supergirl out of the way between Valerie and himself, Peter's mind created his "Dynamic" person to eliminate her, borrowing a play costume. Supergirl wonders how she can snap Peter out of his trance without risking letting him see her and triggering another confrontation again.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The Enigma of the Empty Elevator"

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  • Hector (Doorman of Daily Star building)
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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The Enigma of the Empty Elevator"

When Bruce Wayne disappears from a moving elevator, Superman and Lois investigate and find that Wayne has been kidnapped by the Ultra-Humanite -- to serve as her next body!

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Alakazam... It's Magic"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Alakazam... It's Magic"

While washing his clothes and putting on an impromptu magic show for a boy who lives in his apartment building, Clark Kent captures a gang of burglars.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Wanted: One War -- Slightly Used"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Wanted: One War -- Slightly Used"

Lois Lane covers an attack on Metropolis by phony “Nazi” sailors in a U-boat, which is a ruse to gain access to a lost Nazi fortune.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Hang-Glide to Nowhere"

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Hang-Glide to Nowhere"

Jimmy Olsen and Steve Lombard, assigned to a hang-gliding story, are both kidnapped along with several other wealthy hang-gliders by a gang of crooks.

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