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| Volume = 1
 
| Volume = 1
 
| Issue = 205
 
| Issue = 205
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| Day =
 
| Month = 2
 
| Month = 2
 
| Year = 1981
 
| Year = 1981
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| CoverArtist1 = Ross Andru
 
| CoverArtist1 = Ross Andru
 
| CoverArtist2 = Dick Giordano
 
| CoverArtist2 = Dick Giordano
 
| Editor1_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Editor1_2 = Julius Schwartz
 
| Editor2_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Editor2_2 = Julius Schwartz
 
| Editor3_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Editor3_2 = Julius Schwartz
 
| Editor4_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Editor4_2 = Julius Schwartz
 
| Editor5_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Editor5_2 = Julius Schwartz
 
   
 
| Writer1_1 = Jack C. Harris
 
| Writer1_1 = Jack C. Harris
| Writer2_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Writer3_1 = Bob Rozakis
 
| Writer4_1 = Marv Wolfman
 
| Writer5_1 = Marv Wolfman
 
 
 
| Penciler1_1 = Win Mortimer
 
| Penciler1_1 = Win Mortimer
| Penciler2_1 = Kurt Schaffenberger
 
| Penciler3_1 = John Calnan
 
| Penciler4_1 = Alex Saviuk
 
| Penciler5_1 = Alex Saviuk
 
 
 
| Inker1_1 = Vince Colletta
 
| Inker1_1 = Vince Colletta
| Inker2_1 = Dan Adkins
 
| Inker3_1 = Joe Giella
 
| Inker4_1 = John Calnan
 
| Inker5_1 = John Calnan
 
 
 
| Colourist1_1 = Gene D'Angelo
 
| Colourist1_1 = Gene D'Angelo
| Colourist2_1 = Adrienne Roy
 
| Colourist3_1 = Bob Le Rose
 
| Colourist4_1 = Jerry Serpe
 
| Colourist5_1 = Jerry Serpe
 
 
 
| Letterer1_1 = Milt Snappin
 
| Letterer1_1 = Milt Snappin
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| Editor1_1 = Julius Schwartz
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  +
| Writer2_1 = E. Nelson Bridwell
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| Penciler2_1 = Kurt Schaffenberger
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| Inker2_1 = Dan Adkins
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| Colourist2_1 = Adrienne Roy
 
| Letterer2_1 = John Workman
 
| Letterer2_1 = John Workman
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| Editor2_1 = Julius Schwartz
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  +
| Writer3_1 = Bob Rozakis
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| Penciler3_1 = John Calnan
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| Inker3_1 = Joe Giella
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| Colourist3_1 = Bob Le Rose
 
| Letterer3_1 = Ben Oda
 
| Letterer3_1 = Ben Oda
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| Editor3_1 = Julius Schwartz
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  +
| Writer4_1 = Marv Wolfman
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| Penciler4_1 = Alex Saviuk
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| Inker4_1 = John Calnan
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| Colourist4_1 = Jerry Serpe
 
| Letterer4_1 = Todd Klein
 
| Letterer4_1 = Todd Klein
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| Editor4_1 = Julius Schwartz
  +
  +
| Writer5_1 = Marv Wolfman
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| Penciler5_1 = Alex Saviuk
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| Inker5_1 = John Calnan
  +
| Colourist5_1 = Jerry Serpe
 
| Letterer5_1 = Milt Snappin
 
| Letterer5_1 = Milt Snappin
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| Editor5_1 = Julius Schwartz
   
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| Quotation = Your intentions may have been noble, Enchantress, but you chose to battle evil with forces you could not control!
| Quotation =
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| Speaker = [[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]]
| Speaker =
 
   
 
| StoryTitle1 = Supergirl: "Magic Over Miami"
 
| StoryTitle1 = Supergirl: "Magic Over Miami"
| StoryTitle2 = Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Catch a Falling Star"
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| Synopsis1 = [[June Moone (New Earth)|Enchantress]] is still mad at [[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]] for disrupting a magical ritual which should grant her omnipotent magical power thanks to a singular cosmic alignment. Such an alignment will not occur again during the next millennium, but Enchantress plans to trick Supergirl into restoring the [[Earth's Moon]] to the ideal position.
| StoryTitle3 = Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Case of the Disappearing Daye"
 
| StoryTitle4 = Lois Lane: "Lois Lane: Found"
 
| StoryTitle5 = Jimmy Olsen: "Climb to Calamity"
 
| StoryTitle6 = Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen: "Election Nightmare"
 
   
| Synopsis1 = After consulting with her mystic mentor Dzamor, the Enchantress actuates a plan to restore the cosmic alignment to give her increased powers. Appearing in Miami Beach, she tricks Supergirl into moving the Moon into the proper place to restore the alignment, and then surrounds the Moon with a mystic aura that prevents Supergirl's moving it again. The Enchantress is bathed in a power-beam from a red star, which Supergirl is powerless to avert. But the Enchantress's increased powers and the meddling with the moon has caused a huge magic-based water column to threaten Miami, and then the Bahamas. Supergirl tricks the Enchantress into helping her freeze the water into an ice-prism which she uses to diffuse the red-sun beam, cutting off the sorceress's power. Supergirl returns the Enchantress to New Athens, warns her to abandon her magical career, and reveals that she has deduced her secret identity to be June Moone. As Supergirl flies off, the Enchantress (now June Moone again) magically removes the knowledge of her double identity from Supergirl's mind. She also silently vows to defeat Supergirl through magic someday.
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Enchantress travels to [[Miami Beach]] and magically challenges Supergirl to stop her from completing the ritual again. As heading towards Miami, Supergirl starts suspecting June Moone and the Enchantress are the same person. When she arrives at the beach, she finds Enchantress encased in a protective magic bubble, so she flies out of orbit and moves the Moon slightly out of orbit. Supergirl then suspects she has been tricked, but it's too late to stop Enchantress from forming another protective shield around the Moon and starting the ritual.
   
| Synopsis2 = Luthor has learned about kryptonite and how it harms Superman from Dan Rivers, so he escapes from prison to see if kryptonite can kill Superman. While Luthor fails to defeat Superman, he does successfully broadcast the existence and properties of kryptonite to the public.
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As Supergirl flies back to Miami, an energy beam from a red sun bounces off the Moon and bathes Enchantress. Enchantress doesn't want to stop the ritual, even though Supergirl warns that her actions have caused a tidal wave. Supergirl can't stop the massive waterspout, but Enchantress causes it to reverse direction and assures she'll stop it for good once the ritual is done.
   
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Supergirl doesn't trust her so she tricks Enchantress into believing her spell has set Miami Beach aflame. When Enchantress summons a freeze blast, Supergirl sucks in the magical blizzard, uses it to freeze the waterspout into a giant iceberg before it strikes the Bahamas, and hurls the iceberg into space, cutting off the light from the red star.
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  +
When the ritual fails Enchantress falls down, but Supergirl catches her and takes her back to [[New Athens Experimental School]]. Supergirl suggests Enchantress to stop playing with uncontrollable forces and warns she knows her secret identity before flying away. Nonetheless, Enchantress erases the knowledge of her secret identity from Supergirl's mind, thinking someday she'll learn how to master magic and through it Supergirl.
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  +
| StoryTitle2 = Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Catch a Falling Star"
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| Synopsis2 = [[Alexei Luthor (Earth-Two)|Luthor]] has learned about kryptonite and how it harms Superman from [[Daniel Rivers (Earth-Two)|Dan Rivers]], so he escapes from prison to see if kryptonite can kill [[Kal-L (Earth-Two)|Superman]].
  +
  +
While Luthor fails to defeat Superman, he does successfully broadcast the existence and properties of kryptonite to the public.
  +
  +
| StoryTitle3 = Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Case of the Disappearing Daye"
 
| Synopsis3 = When Steve Lombard's aunt, mystery writer Kaye Daye, gets kidnapped by a crook, Clark Kent detects her whereabouts and gives Steve enough clues for him to track the criminal down.
 
| Synopsis3 = When Steve Lombard's aunt, mystery writer Kaye Daye, gets kidnapped by a crook, Clark Kent detects her whereabouts and gives Steve enough clues for him to track the criminal down.
   
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| StoryTitle4 = Lois Lane: "Lois Lane: Found"
 
| Synopsis4 = Lois Lane learns her true name, finds her apartment, learns that she was exposing a new criminal organization, and is lured into a trap by crooked politician Al Desmond. Escaping it, she meets Jimmy Olsen.
 
| Synopsis4 = Lois Lane learns her true name, finds her apartment, learns that she was exposing a new criminal organization, and is lured into a trap by crooked politician Al Desmond. Escaping it, she meets Jimmy Olsen.
   
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| StoryTitle5 = Jimmy Olsen: "Climb to Calamity"
 
| Synopsis5 = Jimmy Olsen goes after Al Diamond and Willis Ryan again, runs into their gang, and encounters Lois Lane.
 
| Synopsis5 = Jimmy Olsen goes after Al Diamond and Willis Ryan again, runs into their gang, and encounters Lois Lane.
   
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| StoryTitle6 = Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen: "Election Nightmare"
 
| Synopsis6 = Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane team up to defeat Al Desmond, Willis Ryan, and the Extractor, and learn that all three villains are pawns of the H.I.V.E., an organization of criminal scientists, who subsequently destroy the three villains. Later, Lois Lane asks Superman to tell her all about herself.
 
| Synopsis6 = Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane team up to defeat Al Desmond, Willis Ryan, and the Extractor, and learn that all three villains are pawns of the H.I.V.E., an organization of criminal scientists, who subsequently destroy the three villains. Later, Lois Lane asks Superman to tell her all about herself.
   
 
| Appearing1 =
 
| Appearing1 =
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
* {{a|[[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]]}} <small>(also as Linda Danvers)</small>
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* {{a|[[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]]}} {{Flashalso}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Benjamin Pierce (Earth-One)|Ben Pierce]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Benjamin Pierce (Earth-One)|Ben Pierce]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Dzamor (New Earth)|Dzamor]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Dzamor (New Earth)|Dzamor]]}}
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
* {{a|[[June Moone (New Earth)|Enchantress]]}}
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* {{a|[[June Moone (New Earth)|Enchantress]]}} {{Flashalso}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
* Henry {{only}}
 
* Henry {{only}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Florida]]}} <small>([[Earth-One]])</small>
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* {{a|[[Earth]]}}
** {{a|[[New Athens Experimental School]]}}
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** {{a|[[Florida]]}}
** {{a|[[Miami Beach]]}}
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*** {{a|[[Santa Augusta]]}}
* {{a|[[Earth's Moon|Luna]]}}
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**** {{a|[[New Athens Experimental School]]}} {{Flashalso}}
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*** {{a|[[Miami]]}}
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**** {{a|[[Miami Beach]]}}
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** [[Bahama Islands]]
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* {{a|[[Earth's Moon]]}}
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* {{a|[[Nightshade Dimension]]}}
 
'''Items:'''
 
'''Items:'''
 
* <br/>
 
* <br/>
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'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Kal-L (Earth-Two)|Superman]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Kal-L (Earth-Two)|Superman]]}}
* {{a|[[Lois Lane (Earth-Two)|Lois Lane]]}}
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* {{a|[[Lois Lane (Earth-Two)|Lois Lane Kent]]}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
* <br/>
 
* <br/>
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
* {{apn|[[Alexei Luthor (Earth-Two)|Luthor]]|Superman Family Vol 1 202|Superman Family Vol 1 210}}
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* {{a|[[Alexei Luthor (Earth-Two)|Luthor]]}}
 
** "Tug" Norris
 
** "Tug" Norris
 
** "Jigger" Park
 
** "Jigger" Park
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* Publisher of the ''Daily Star'' {{Mention}}
 
* Publisher of the ''Daily Star'' {{Mention}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}} <small>([[Earth-Two]])</small>
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* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}}
 
** Metropolis Prison
 
** Metropolis Prison
 
** {{a|[[Metropolis Park]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Metropolis Park]]}}
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'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Steven Lombard (Earth-One)|Steve Lombard]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Steven Lombard (Earth-One)|Steve Lombard]]}}
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
 
* <br/>
 
* <br/>
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Katherine Daye (Earth-One)|Kaye Daye]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Katherine Daye (Earth-One)|Kaye Daye]]}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}} <small>([[Earth-One]])</small>
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* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Galaxy Communications]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Galaxy Communications]]}}
 
** Walton's Book Store
 
** Walton's Book Store
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* [[Perry White (Earth-One)|Perry White]] {{Mentioned}}
 
* [[Perry White (Earth-One)|Perry White]] {{Mentioned}}
 
* [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]] {{Mentioned}}
 
* [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]] {{Mentioned}}
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
 
* Al Diamond
 
* Al Diamond
 
* Willis Ryan {{Mentioned}}
 
* Willis Ryan {{Mentioned}}
* [[Otto Muller (Earth-One)|The Extractor]] {{Mentioned}}
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* [[Otto Müller (Earth-One)|The Extractor]] {{Mentioned}}
 
* {{a|[[H.I.V.E. (New Earth)|H.I.V.E.]]}} {{BTS}}
 
* {{a|[[H.I.V.E. (New Earth)|H.I.V.E.]]}} {{BTS}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
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* {{WP|James Cagney|Jimmy Cagney}} {{Mentioned}}
 
* {{WP|James Cagney|Jimmy Cagney}} {{Mentioned}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Illinois]]}} <small>([[Earth-One]])</small>
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* {{a|[[Illinois]]}}
 
**{{a|[[Chicago]]}}
 
**{{a|[[Chicago]]}}
 
*** Chicago Herald
 
*** Chicago Herald
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* {{a|[[Lois Lane (Earth-One)|Lois Lane]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Lois Lane (Earth-One)|Lois Lane]]}}
 
* [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]] {{Mentioned}}
 
* [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]] {{Mentioned}}
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
 
* Willis Ryan
 
* Willis Ryan
 
* Al Diamond {{Mentioned}} {{Green|Impersonated by Jimmy Olsen}}
 
* Al Diamond {{Mentioned}} {{Green|Impersonated by Jimmy Olsen}}
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* {{a|[[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Clark Kent/Superman]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Clark Kent/Superman]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Phineas Potter (Earth-One)|Phineas Potter]]}} {{BTS}}
 
* {{a|[[Phineas Potter (Earth-One)|Phineas Potter]]}} {{BTS}}
'''Villains:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
 
* Willis Ryan {{Dies}}
 
* Willis Ryan {{Dies}}
 
** Edgar and other henchmen
 
** Edgar and other henchmen
 
* Al Diamond {{Dies}}
 
* Al Diamond {{Dies}}
* {{a|[[Otto Muller (Earth-One)|The Extractor]]}} {{Dies}}
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* {{a|[[Otto Müller (Earth-One)|The Extractor]]}} {{Dies}}
 
* {{a|[[H.I.V.E. (New Earth)|H.I.V.E.]]}} {{TV}}
 
* {{a|[[H.I.V.E. (New Earth)|H.I.V.E.]]}} {{TV}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
* Jenny Davis
 
* Jenny Davis
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}} <small>([[Earth-One]])</small>
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* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Daily Planet]]}}
 
** {{a|[[Daily Planet]]}}
 
** The Majesty Hotel
 
** The Majesty Hotel
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| Notes =
 
| Notes =
 
| Trivia =
 
| Trivia =
| Recommended = {{Superman Family RR}}
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| Recommended = {{Superman RR}} {{Supergirl RR}}
| Links =
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| Links = {{Superman Links}} {{Supergirl Links}}
* [[Wikipedia:Superman|Superman article at Wikipedia]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Supergirl|Supergirl article at Wikipedia]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Lois Lane|Lois Lane article at Wikipedia]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Jimmy Olsen|Jimmy Olsen article at Wikipedia]]
 
 
}}
 
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"Supergirl: "Magic Over Miami"": Enchantress is still mad at Supergirl for disrupting a magical ritual which should grant her omnipotent magical power thanks to a singular cosmic alignment. Such an alignment will not occur again during the n


Quote1 Your intentions may have been noble, Enchantress, but you chose to battle evil with forces you could not control! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in Supergirl: "Magic Over Miami"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Magic Over Miami"

Enchantress is still mad at Supergirl for disrupting a magical ritual which should grant her omnipotent magical power thanks to a singular cosmic alignment. Such an alignment will not occur again during the next millennium, but Enchantress plans to trick Supergirl into restoring the Earth's Moon to the ideal position.

Enchantress travels to Miami Beach and magically challenges Supergirl to stop her from completing the ritual again. As heading towards Miami, Supergirl starts suspecting June Moone and the Enchantress are the same person. When she arrives at the beach, she finds Enchantress encased in a protective magic bubble, so she flies out of orbit and moves the Moon slightly out of orbit. Supergirl then suspects she has been tricked, but it's too late to stop Enchantress from forming another protective shield around the Moon and starting the ritual.

As Supergirl flies back to Miami, an energy beam from a red sun bounces off the Moon and bathes Enchantress. Enchantress doesn't want to stop the ritual, even though Supergirl warns that her actions have caused a tidal wave. Supergirl can't stop the massive waterspout, but Enchantress causes it to reverse direction and assures she'll stop it for good once the ritual is done.

Supergirl doesn't trust her so she tricks Enchantress into believing her spell has set Miami Beach aflame. When Enchantress summons a freeze blast, Supergirl sucks in the magical blizzard, uses it to freeze the waterspout into a giant iceberg before it strikes the Bahamas, and hurls the iceberg into space, cutting off the light from the red star.

When the ritual fails Enchantress falls down, but Supergirl catches her and takes her back to New Athens Experimental School. Supergirl suggests Enchantress to stop playing with uncontrollable forces and warns she knows her secret identity before flying away. Nonetheless, Enchantress erases the knowledge of her secret identity from Supergirl's mind, thinking someday she'll learn how to master magic and through it Supergirl.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Catch a Falling Star"

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Antagonists:

  • Luthor
    • "Tug" Norris
    • "Jigger" Park
    • "Nitro" Marks

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Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:



Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Catch a Falling Star"

Luthor has learned about kryptonite and how it harms Superman from Dan Rivers, so he escapes from prison to see if kryptonite can kill Superman.

While Luthor fails to defeat Superman, he does successfully broadcast the existence and properties of kryptonite to the public.

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Case of the Disappearing Daye"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "The Case of the Disappearing Daye"

When Steve Lombard's aunt, mystery writer Kaye Daye, gets kidnapped by a crook, Clark Kent detects her whereabouts and gives Steve enough clues for him to track the criminal down.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Lois Lane: Found"

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Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:


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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Lois Lane: Found"

Lois Lane learns her true name, finds her apartment, learns that she was exposing a new criminal organization, and is lured into a trap by crooked politician Al Desmond. Escaping it, she meets Jimmy Olsen.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Climb to Calamity"

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Antagonists:

  • Willis Ryan
  • Al Diamond (Mentioned only) (Impersonated by Jimmy Olsen)
  • H.I.V.E. (Behind the scenes)

Other Characters:

  • Jenny Davis

Locations:

  • Metropolis
    • Oak Hill Apartments
    • The Majesty Hotel

Items:

  • Suction climbers

Vehicles:



Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Climb to Calamity"

Jimmy Olsen goes after Al Diamond and Willis Ryan again, runs into their gang, and encounters Lois Lane.

Appearing in Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen: "Election Nightmare"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Willis Ryan (Dies)
    • Edgar and other henchmen
  • Al Diamond (Dies)
  • The Extractor (Dies)
  • H.I.V.E. (On a TV or computer screen)

Other Characters:

  • Jenny Davis

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:



Synopsis for Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen: "Election Nightmare"

Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane team up to defeat Al Desmond, Willis Ryan, and the Extractor, and learn that all three villains are pawns of the H.I.V.E., an organization of criminal scientists, who subsequently destroy the three villains. Later, Lois Lane asks Superman to tell her all about herself.

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