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"The Ozone-Master Comes Calling!": Perry White is struck down by the super-villain Ozone-Master, but smokes a cigar given to him by mutant children, gains super-powers, and joins Superman in bringing their foe to justice.


Quote1 ...I'm not your apprentice any more, Kal-- I'm a grown woman! I didn't come asking your permission or advice-- I came to tell you what I decided! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in "The Ozone-Master Comes Calling!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Four Henchmen (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Ozone-Master (Origin) (Flashback and main story) (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Steubing Glass Owner (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Metropolis Police Department (Mentioned only)
  • Dr. Hopper (Single appearance)
  • Nurse (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • United States Navy (Flashback only)
    • Aircraft Carrier Control Tower Operator (Unnamed) (Voice only)
  • Mutant Tribunal
  • Calixto (Unnamed) (Mentioned only) (from Action Comics #436)
  • Bank Robber (Unnamed) (Cameo) (Flashback only) (from Action Comics #436)
  • Daily Planet Employees (Unnamed)

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Helicopter (Destroyed)
  • Airplane
  • USN Jet Fighter (Destroyed) (Flashback only)
  • Boring "Tank" Machine (Cameo) (Flashback only) (from Action Comics #436)

Synopsis for "The Ozone-Master Comes Calling!"

Perry White is struck down by the super-villain Ozone-Master, but smokes a cigar given to him by mutant children, gains super-powers, and joins Superman in bringing their foe to justice.

Appearing in "Supergirl"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:


Other Characters:

  • Father (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Mother (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Daughter (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Son (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Toto (Mentioned only)
  • Town Residents (Unnamed) (Single appearance)

Locations:

Items:

  • Secret Hearts TV Soap Opera (Mentioned only)
  • Tornadoes

Vehicles:



Synopsis for "Supergirl"

Linda Danvers gives Alan Ward her notice that she is quitting at the end of the week when her contract runs out. Then she locates Superman and helps him deal with a tornado in Kansas. While doing so, she informs him of her decision. When he tries to convince her that she can juggle both careers as an actress and heroine, Supergirl tells him that she has not come to seek his advice, only to tell him her decision. Superman accepts the fact that Kara is an adult now. She tells him that she is relocating to Chicago, and flies there.

Notes

  • This book was first published on July 8, 1982.
  • On page 10 panel 6, Pulitzer Prize was mistakenly spelled as Purlitzer Prize.
  • There was no title for the Supergirl story.

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