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"Supergirl: "The Strange Revenge of Lena Luthor!"": Lena Thorul Colby has discovered she is Lex Luthor's sister, though she has forgotten Supergirl's secret identity. Nevertheless, she loathes Lex for being her brother, and hates Supergirl for never telling her of her real heritage--a heritage



Appearing in Supergirl: "The Strange Revenge of Lena Luthor!"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Strange Revenge of Lena Luthor!"

Lena Thorul Colby has discovered she is Lex Luthor's sister, though she has forgotten Supergirl's secret identity. Nevertheless, she loathes Lex for being her brother, and hates Supergirl for never telling her of her real heritage--a heritage that even her late husband, Jeff, knew. Later, Supergirl is kidnapped through Kryptonite dust and a paralysis ray, and is almost convinced that her powers are gone when a fake "Luthor" tries to make her run a gauntlet. Also, Lena becomes convinced that she has telekinesis rather than ESP, and that she is destroying Supergirl, though she does not know it is only an impostor. Supergirl deduces the truth, unmasks "Luthor" as Sam, a former cellmate of Luthor's, and tells Lena that Sam had been put in prison by her late husband Jeff Colby. Sam intended to drive Lena insane with guilt as revenge, and employed members of the Super-Crime Task Force to gain his ends. Lena forgives Supergirl, and, through a teleconference hook up with Lex Luthor, even begins to build bridges of forgiveness to her brother.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Horde of the Insect Queen!"

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  • Delores Winters (Appears only as a corpse) (Behind the scenes)
  • Unnamed Egyptian Pharaoh (Flashback only)
  • Lewis Lang (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Horde of the Insect Queen!"

Lois and Clark are convinced that Lana Lang is the Insect Queen somehow, so Lois watches Lana until she sees Lana's transformation into Insect Queen, triggered by the sound of Superman flying nearby. Apparently, the scarab broach is "hearing" Superman as a giant insect, and compelling Lana to destroy the "insect". Lana flies off on an enlarged mosquito, and then later attacks Superman with a swarm of giant flying ants. While they fight, a flying craft abducts one of the ants, unnoticed. Superman pretends to be defeated, and Insect Queen and the ants leave. However, in a hidden laboratory, a team of surgeons have transplanted a human brain into the stolen giant ant. Later, Lana sees a picture of the Insect Queen and recognizes the broach. Then the human-brained ant approaches Lana, reveals that he is the Ultra-Humanite, and announces that he will use Lana's powers to destroy Superman!

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Clark Gives Blood...Superman Saves Lives"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Clark Gives Blood...Superman Saves Lives"

Clark Kent participates in a blood drive with a little help from a disguised Zatanna.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Fear Has Four Walls and No Name!"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Fear Has Four Walls and No Name!"

Lois Lane is gassed unconscious and wakes up in handcuffs in an apartment which an enemy of hers has designed to be her prison cell for life.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Caution: Physical Fitness Can Be Hazardous to Your Health!"

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Caution: Physical Fitness Can Be Hazardous to Your Health!"

Jimmy finds himself falling in love with Lucy Lane again as he tries to bring gangster Leo Baroni to justice and is captured himself instead.

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