"Supergirl: "Look Homeward, Argonian"": Linda Danvers emerges from an airplane into what should be Santa Augusta, but all of sudden she finds herself in Argo City, now rebuilt. Linda soon realizes that it is an illusion, and her surroundings shift back to Sant
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Appearing in Supergirl: "Look Homeward, Argonian"
- Legion of Super-Heroes
- Val Myles
- Kam-Par (As an illusion only)
- Allura In-Ze (Flashback only)
- Zor-El (Flashback only)
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- 20th Century
- 30th Century
- Kryptonian Rocket (Flashback only)
Synopsis for Supergirl: "Look Homeward, Argonian"
Linda Danvers emerges from an airplane into what should be Santa Augusta, but all of sudden she finds herself in Argo City, now rebuilt. Linda soon realizes that it is an illusion, and her surroundings shift back to Santa Augusta Airport. Feeling shaken, Kara uses her telescopic vision to check on Argo City's location. Surprisingly, she finds Argo City in orbit around a yellow star instead of drifting among the remains of Krypton. Even more shocking is the fact the city is whole again and the Argonians are alive.
Supergirl decides to investigate, so she heads into space. Upon arriving in Argo, she is told that, when Zor-El opened a portal to the Survival Zone, a weird kind of radiation leaked out and kept a number of Kryptonians alive but frozen in a wraith-like state during many years until they managed to summon her back to Argo thanks to a telepathic illusion. An Argonian named Kam-Par states that Zor-El's density-intensifier might be able to turn them solid again, but they ignore where Zor-El hid it. Kara says her father disguised the intensifier as a table lamp, all and off sudden Argo City disappears.
Kara guesses she was duped with another illusion by someone who learned about her father's device but ignored its secret location. Supergirl intends to go to the real Argo City, but she can't get there due to the city orbiting around Rao and being contaminated by Kryptonite radiation. Via telescopic vision, Supergirl finds out that Universo has seized her father's intensifier before vanishing.
Supergirl guesses he has returned to the 30th Century to attack the Legion of Super-Heroes and time-travels to the future. Supergirl arrives just in time to warn her fellow Legionnaires about Universo's trap. Enraged, Universo fires his weapon at her, but it does nothing. Supergirl quickly crushes the intensifier -in reality, a table lamp- and beats Universo down. Then she reveals she only pretended to be fooled, but she figured out someone was trying to dupe her since the Argonians couldn't have known about the intensifier. After saying goodbye to her teammates and her crush Brainiac-5 she goes back to her own era.
Appearing in Mr. & Mrs Superman: "The Turnabout Powers"
- The Burnett Gang
- Metropolis Police Department
- Hocus and Pocus (Mentioned only)
- Superboy (Earth-One) (Mentioned only)
- Power Girl (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs Superman: "The Turnabout Powers"
Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Too Good to Be True"
Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Too Good to Be True"
Oliver Queen visits Metropolis at the behest of Morgan Edge, who wants him to join the WGBS news team, but he has secretly been dosed with truth serum, and is on the verge of blurting out Superman's secret identity.
Appearing in Lois Lane: "The Exposé Exposé"
- Appearances not yet listed
Synopsis for Lois Lane: "The Exposé Exposé"
When a non-reporter gets a press award for an article on toxic waste dumping she was not capable of writing, Lois Lane investigates to get the goods on the real polluters.
Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Death and Taxes"
- Appearances not yet listed
Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Death and Taxes"
Jimmy Olsen becomes the prime suspect in the case of a murdered tax collector, and has to track down the real killer.
- "The Turnabout Powers" is given an explicit date: Friday February 13, 1953.
- It's told Argo City remained in orbit around Rao, but this is a mistake. In reality, the floating City drifted around space after the destruction of Krypton.
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