With cover a pulling inspiration from Carrie, we have finally arrived at National City Technical High School Solstice Semiformal dance. What a mouthful! Before dancing the night away, Supergirl has to defeat Decelia Starshame. A short flashback to Krasivon (Starshame’s home planet) explains our villain’s origin, her hatred for the wealthy few, and her motivation behind wanting to destroy this cruise ship. In the present day, Supergirl doesn’t seem to be winning against Starshame.
At the Cogswell home, Lake relaxes in her bubble while reading Dracula when her father finds her. He’s displeased to see that she’s “playing” with an antique and reminds her to read the digital version next time. It is in this exchange between Lake and her father that we find out how synthetic the future has become and that Lake’s parents are separated. However, Lake is sassy enough to point out that her “ex-mother” (as she puts it so coldly) is the chief scientist employed Cogswell’s company.
Barbara, Tabitha, and Selina break into the Iceberg Lounge looking for Penguin. Gordon and his team are following Pyg’s tracks, but he’s stolen another face making his trail go cold. Gordon puts a pin on Pyg as he turns his attention to Penguin and Sophia. Penguin still has the cunning edge when we find out that he called Falcone to drag Sophia home by her ear (figuratively speaking). After a night of wild partying, Bruce gets woken up by cold water courtesy of Alfred.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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