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"Supergirl: "Crisis at the Crossroads in Time"": A battle between Supergirl and a group of villains blows up a building's loft and accidentally frees a strange green figure imprisoned within a cracked ceiling support. The man vanishes and is


Quote1 They call me Supergirl. But something tells me you're familiar with that name... Or is it just wild coincidence that you're wearing a costume similar to mine? Quote2
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Superman Family #215 is an issue of the series Superman Family (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 1982.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Crisis at the Crossroads in Time"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Crisis at the Crossroads in Time"

A battle between Supergirl and a group of villains blows up a building's loft and accidentally frees a strange green figure imprisoned within a cracked ceiling support. The man vanishes and is replaced by another figure, who transforms into a cloud and begins watching Supergirl.

The next day, Supergirl as Linda Danvers finds out her show "Secret Hearts" has been renewed, but the new head-writers Herb and Marilyn Silver want to turn her character "Margo Hatton" into a "hateful witch" type.

Shortly after Supergirl engages the man who was spying on her, a villain named Toxus who can use air pollution as a weapon, and who claims to have fought Supergirl and her cousin in the past. Toxus runs away but he's unable to steal what he was after of-- a new breed of roses. Since Toxus mentioned he had been freed by the last night's explosion, Supergirl decides to check the building.

Meanwhile, one of the thugs who laid a trap for Supergirl and Lena Thorul[1] is hired by someone called "the Hive" to attack Supergirl again.

Supergirl is poking around the building where Toxus came from when she bumps into a woman wearing a similar costume to hers. She's the Supergirl of 500,000 years in the future. The future Supergirl shows her 20th counterpart a time warp inside a cracked wall, and explains a 500,000 A.D. outlaw called Tal Belok created said time-warp and transported several devices to the 20th Century, which were found by Toxus. She travelled to the past, tackled Toxus with help of Superman, and erased the memory of the battle from Superman's mind (at his request). She imprisoned Tal Belok in the 20th century because his power to manipulate molten rock was harmless in the 20th century, and Toxus in the future because his power to manipulate pollution is useless in a cleaner atmosphere. Each villain was locked inside a force-field on opposite sides of the time warp, but the warp was disturbed by an explosion, and both villains switched places in time.

After the future Supergirl has explained everything, both women make a deal: Supergirl will tackle Tal Belok in the future while the future Supergirl deals with Toxus in the present (provided that she keeps Kara's secret identity).

Kara travels to the far future and discovers the gravity is lighter and the sun is now orange, which weakens her powers. New York City is no longer, and she finds herself hovering hovering over a volcanic landscape near from two floating cities. Suddenly she's attacked by Tal Belok, who sends a geyser of magma towards her.

Back in 1981, the future Supergirl disguises herself as Linda Danvers to welcome Herb and Marilyn into Linda's home. Unfortunately she miscalculates her strength and rips the door off its hinges, jeopardizing Linda's secret identity.

Appearing in Mr. and Mrs. Superman: "Beware the Ultra-Ant"

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  • King Farouk (Mentioned only)
  • Colonel Nasser (Mentioned only)
  • Unnamed Egyptian Pharaoh (Mentioned only)
  • Unnamed royal wizard (Mentioned only)
  • Isis (Mentioned only)
  • Osiris (Mentioned only)
  • Horus (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Mr. and Mrs. Superman: "Beware the Ultra-Ant"

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Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Take Me Out of the Ball Game"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Take Me Out of the Ball Game"

Clark Kent discovers that Frank, the doorman at his apartment house, is in reality Franklin Pierce Jackson, an old star from baseball's Negro Leagues.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "The Man Who Lived Twice"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "The Man Who Lived Twice"

Lois Lane finds a billionaire who has been missing for almost seven years and wishes to preserve his anonymity. But if he stays gone for seven whole years, his money goes to a ne'er-do-well relative who wants the ex-billionaire dead.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Charity Begins with Death!"

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Charity Begins with Death!"

Jimmy Olsen investigates a charity with mob ties, while he finally breaks up with Lucy Lane.

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The last appearance of "The Private Life of Clark Kent" series.

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  1. Superman Family #215
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