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** [http://superfriends.wikia.com/wiki/Kryptonite#Blue_Kryptonite Blue Kryptonite] has a strange healing effect
 
** [http://superfriends.wikia.com/wiki/Kryptonite#Blue_Kryptonite Blue Kryptonite] has a strange healing effect
 
** [http://superfriends.wikia.com/wiki/Kryptonite#Gold_Kryptonite Gold Kryptonite] is capable of removing a Kryptonian's super powers permanently.
 
** [http://superfriends.wikia.com/wiki/Kryptonite#Gold_Kryptonite Gold Kryptonite] is capable of removing a Kryptonian's super powers permanently.
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==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
[[SuperFriends Comic Book]]:
 
[[SuperFriends Comic Book]]:
 
*[[Super Friends 7 |Super Friends #7]] references the following two comic books:
 
*[[Super Friends 7 |Super Friends #7]] references the following two comic books:
:* ''[[Justice League of America, Vol. 1 #147]]'' (October, 1977)
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:* ''[[Justice League of America, Vol. 1 147 | Justice League of America, Vol. 1 #147]]'' (October, 1977)
:* ''[[Justice League of America, Vol. 1 #148]]'' (November, 1977)
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:* ''[[Justice League of America, Vol. 1 148 | Justice League of America, Vol. 1 #148]]'' (November, 1977)
   
   

Revision as of 01:27, 9 February 2010

SuperFriends Comic Book Character
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Information
Species: Kryptonian
Hair: Blonde


Power Girl is Supergirl's counterpart from Earth-2A. She is also a member of the Justice Society of America.


Background Information

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Powers

Thanks to Earth's yellow Sun and weak gravity Power Girl posses the following powers:


Weaknesses

  • Although Power Girl is invulnerable to nearly everything, under the yellow Sun, Kryptonite is the one substance that can destroy her.


Appearances

SuperFriends Comic Book:


Notes

  • Power Girl was created by Gerry Conway, Ric Estrada and Wally Wood.
  • Her first appearance was in All Star Comics, vol. 1 #58 (January/February 1976).[1]
  • Power Girl is the Earth-Two counterpart of Supergirl.
Members of the Justice Society of America

Superman (Kal-L)Wonder Woman (Diana Prince) • Power Girl (Kara Zor-L) • Hawkman (Carter Hall) • Flash (Jay Garrick)
Green Lantern (Alan Scott) • Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson) • Wildcat (Theodore 'Ted' Grant) • Star-Spangled Kid (Sylvester Pemberton)
Robin (Richard Grayson) • Hourman (Rex Tyler) • Batman (Bruce Wayne) • Huntress (Helena Wayne)
Starman (Astronomer Ted Knight) • Johnny Thunder and his ThunderboltAtom (Al Pratt)
Doctor Mid-Nite (Dr. Charles McNider) • Spectre (Jim Corrigan) • Sandman (Wesley Dodds)



External Links


References

  1. Go to DC Database for more on All Star Comics, vol. 1 #58 (January/February 1976).
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