Appearing in "The Three Super-Enemies!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Three Super-Enemies!"EditClark Kent summons Hercules, Samson, and Atlas to help save Metropolis in an emergency when he is otherwise occupied, but does not suspect that he has summoned the evil counterparts of these heroes from a parallel Earth.
Appearing in "The Man Who Broke Supergirl's Heart"Edit
Synopsis for "The Man Who Broke Supergirl's Heart"Edit
Lord Bronar and his henchmen Skoll, two villains who rule a planet of android slaves, scheme to steal Supergirl's powers and transfer them to Bronar. Their plot involves creating an android which is scientifically calculated to appeal to Linda Danvers, have him reveal that he knows Supergirl's double identity, and then have him pose as Randor, the "son" of Bronar, who wishes to marry her and make her princess of the world of Calyx. The plot works, and Supergirl is tricked into sitting on a throne that transfers her powers to Bronar. But Randor is ashamed of what he has done, and, incapacitating Bronar with Kryptonite, he forces them to switch chairs and transfer Supergirl's powers back to her body. Skoll destroys Randor, but Supergirl takes the two villains off for imprisonment, and declares to the android people of Calyx that they are free to
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