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Appearing in "The Space Pirates"Edit

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  • None

Adversaries:

  • Space Marauders (Single appearance)[1]

Other Characters:

  • Johnny Drew

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  • None

Vehicles:

  • Alien Craft

Synopsis for "The Space Pirates"Edit

Linda Danvers is captured by the Commander of a group of space pirates to become his mate. She changes into Supergirl and attempts to break free, but is stunned by the Commander's ray-blast. Waking soon after, she learns from the ship's Captain that he and his crew are political refugees from the planet Somar, and cannot go home until their planet's corrupt government is overthrown. Supergirl informs him that such a revolution has taken place on Somar, and the Commander was keeping it a secret to retain his power. Unable to serve the Commander anymore, the Captain commits suicide. Supergirl wrecks the ship and captures the space pirates, and turns them and the Commander over to an interplanetary police force.

Appearing in "A-Man -- the Hero With Animal Powers"Edit

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  • Crooks (Single appearance)[1]
    • Grabo (Single appearance)[1]
    • Joey (Single appearance)[1]
  • Alien Beast (Appears in flashback and main story)

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  • None

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  • Unknown

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Synopsis for "A-Man -- the Hero With Animal Powers"Edit

Buddy Baker decides to become a costumed super-hero using his animal powers. On his first mission to capture a gang of electronic robbers, Buddy finds that his animal powers suddenly abandon him at a critical moment. He is still able to acquire animal powers from nearby animals, but they now wear off after time. A-Man recovers from the mishap to capture the gang, but the gang boss Grabo gets away.

Buddy acquires the characteristics of a bloodhound to track down the boss. He trails Grabo to a small island populated by dangerous exotic animals. Buddy acquires their powers and uses them to trick Grabo and his men into one of their own traps.

Appearing in "Like a Death's-Head in the Sky"Edit

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  • Dr. Noah Kyle (Only appearance; dies)[1]

Other Characters:

  • Walt (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "Like a Death's-Head in the Sky"Edit

A satellite designed by the radical Dr. Noah Kyle and outfitted with nuclear weapons to be used against the Soviets in case of atomic attack is launched into orbit. But Dr. Kyle himself is aboard, and is launching missiles at the Soviets in a preemptive strike. Supergirl must choose between stopping the missiles and saving the satellite, which is breaking up. She chooses the former, destroying all the weapons, and sheds a tear for Kyle as the satellite's orbit decays and it burns up in reentry.

Appearing in "Kill -- Or Be Killed"Edit

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Synopsis for "Kill -- Or Be Killed"Edit

Zatanna and Jeff Sloane leap through a dimensional warp and return to Earth. However, outworld demons have followed them and Zatanna realizes they're the ones responsible for her father's odd behavior.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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