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"Supergirl: "Victory Is Only 5,000 Centuries Away!"": The Supergirl of the future hypnotizes the Silvers into forgetting her counterpart's double identity. The Supergirl of 1981 freezes the molten lava into solid rock with her super-breath. Both heroines manage to defeat their exchanged foes, th

Quote1 That surprises you, doesn't it? Probably because the Supergirl you know isn't that powerful! But I'm not who you think I am-- I'm from the 20th Century! And *ouch!* while I'm not invulnerable here, I'm just as strong... And I can still do this! Now, do you really want to force me to lay these hands on you? They're bruised, but they can still function-- Understand? Quote2
Supergirl

Superman Family #216 is an issue of the series Superman Family (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1982.

Synopsis for Supergirl: "Victory Is Only 5,000 Centuries Away!"

The Supergirl of the future hypnotizes the Silvers into forgetting her counterpart's double identity. The Supergirl of 1981 freezes the molten lava into solid rock with her super-breath. Both heroines manage to defeat their exchanged foes, though Supergirl's powers are diminished by the orange sun of the future and the future Supergirl's powers are increased almost beyond control by the yellow sun of 1981. After both Supergirls find a way to imprison Toxus and Tal Belok, the future Supergirl erases the memory of the future and of her from the 1981 Supergirl's mind. Then they return to their respective eras, and the case is done.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Victory Is Only 5,000 Centuries Away!"

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  • Herb Silver
  • Lydia-T (Unknown Future) (Single appearance)
  • Marilyn Silver
  • Superman (Flashback only) (Cameo)

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  • Time-Viewer (Real name revealed)

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Who's Superman?"


Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Who's Superman?"

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  • Three armored truck thieves

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Synopsis for Superbaby: "Santa's Super-Assistant"

Superbaby helps Jonathan Kent play Santa Claus for the kids at Smallville Orphanage.

Appearing in Superbaby: "Santa's Super-Assistant"

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  • Sophie (Jonathan Kent's horse)
  • Smallville Orphanage staff
    • Orphans
      • Davey
  • A deer
  • Bing Crosby (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Reporters Are Not Born"

Lois Lane teaches a cocky reporter-applicant about first-hand experience in journalism.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Reporters Are Not Born"

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  • Unnamed mob-owned construction firm

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Comic Strip Avenger"

An attack from an acid-tinged cream pie draws Jimmy into an investigation of threats on a rival paper's editor, which may come from a fired cartoonist.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "The Comic Strip Avenger"

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  • Sid Easter

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  • The Phantom Zoners from "Reporters Are Not Born" were first seen in Superman #153.



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Superboy Vol 4 69
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