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In Superman v2, 16 April , a new Supergirl debuted as a man-made lifeform made of synthetic protoplasm created by a heroic Lex Luthor of a " pocket continuum ".
Lex implants her with Lana Lang 's memories, and she can shapeshift to resemble Lana. Matrix even believes herself to be Lana for a time. She wears a miniskirted version of Superman's costume, but does not have Superman's exact powers. The last makes her undetectable even to Superman.
Matrix's Supergirl form resembles the pre- Crisis Supergirl. She lives in Smallville with the Kents, who treated "Mae" like their own daughter. She leaves him to find her own way in the world, serving for a time as a member of the Teen Titans and a hero in her own right. The Supergirl comic revamped the previous Matrix Supergirl by merging her with a human being, resulting in a new Supergirl. Many elements of the pre- Crisis Supergirl were incorporated in new ways.
The woman that Matrix merges with has the same name as pre- Crisis Supergirl's secret identity, Linda Danvers. The series is set in the town of Leesburg, named after Danvers' pre-adoption surname. Linda's father is named Fred Danvers, the same as pre- Crisis Supergirl's adopted father. Furthermore, new versions of Dick Malverne and Comet appear as part of the supporting cast.
As the series begins, Matrix sacrifices herself to save a dying Linda Danvers, and their bodies, minds, and souls merge to become an "Earth-Born Angel ", a being created when one being selflessly sacrifices him or herself to save another who is beyond saving. As the angel, Supergirl loses some of her powers, but gains others, including fiery angel wings and a "shunt" ability that allows her to teleport to any place she has been before. The angelic aspect of Supergirl eventually falls from grace,  and Linda and Matrix are separated into two beings. Linda retains some of Supergirl's super-strength and durability, and although she can no longer fly, she can leap an eighth of a mile.
Linda acts as Supergirl for a while, attempting to locate her angelic aspect. After she is found in the Garden of Eden and freed from the Demon Mother, Matrix merges with a woman named Twilight and becomes the new Earth-born angel of fire. Twilight uses her healing powers to increase Linda's strength to Supergirl's level and restores her powers of flight and telekinesis.
After learning that Kara is destined to die, Linda travels to the pre- Crisis universe in her place, where she marries Superman and gives birth to a daughter named Ariella. With the stipulation that her daughter be the exception in the eradication of her alternate "life", Linda ultimately allows history to unfold as it should have, with Kara assuming her rightful but tragic place in the time-stream. However, finding no assurance that Ariella survived the restoration of post- Crisis history, a dejected Linda relinquishes the role of Supergirl, sends a farewell note to Superman, and leaves for points unknown.
Peter David's creator-owned series Fallen Angel , published by DC Comics, features a character, Lee, who is similar to Linda and explores the same themes as his Supergirl series. Prior to Fallen Angel moving to another company, Lee was written in a manner such that she could have been Linda. Though David remained coy as to whether the two characters were one and the same during the DC run of the title. David wrote in his December 13, blog entry, "Any fans of my run on Supergirl—particularly those who are torqued because Linda Danvers was consigned to oblivion in the DCU --must, must, MUST pick up "Fallen Angel" 14 and 15 when they come out next year.
Of course I can't. However, it's pretty freaking obvious that it is.
According to an interview with Newsarama,  the Matrix Supergirl is wiped from existence by the events depicted in the limited series Infinite Crisis , although Infinite Crisis writer Geoff Johns later stated that Danvers is not. A Supergirl named Cir-El appeared in 's Superman: Although she has super-strength, speed, and hearing like Superman, she can only leap great distances.
She also possesses the ability to fire blasts of red solar energy. Her alter ego is a street person named Mia.
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She is later found to be a human girl who was altered by Brainiac on a genetic level to appear Kryptonian; she dies thwarting a plot involving Brainiac Even though Supergirl is a Superman supporting character, she is also a Superman Family member, with her own set of supporting characters. Producer Ilya Salkind originally wrote a treatment for the third installment from the Superman film series starring Christopher Reeve that expanded the film's scope to a cosmic scale, introducing the villains Brainiac and Mister Mxyzptlk , as well as Supergirl. The film is a spinoff from the Superman film series, to which it is connected by Marc McClure 's character, Jimmy Olsen.
The film was poorly received and did poorly at the box office. In the seventh season — of the CW 's hit show Smallville , Kara is introduced into the cast and was portrayed by Laura Vandervoort. Smallville depicts her as Clark's Tom Welling cousin, whose spacecraft became trapped in stasis until the events of the sixth season finale, when the destruction of the dam that the ship had landed nearby disrupted the stasis systems and allowed Kara to wake up. Much of season seven is concerned with Kara's attempts to adjust to life on Earth, especially after learning of Krypton's destruction and the fact that her "younger" cousin is now at least the same age as she.
She makes guest appearances in season eight and in the show's tenth and final season, in which she becomes a Justice League member. In the season finale, she is sent into the future by the artificial intelligence of the Fortress of Solitude so that Clark can realize destiny and defeat Darkseid alone. The series's story focuses on Kara learning to be a hero and working with the Department of Extranormal Operations to combat alien and metahuman threats.
The series is produced by Greg Berlanti , which allowed the series to cross over with Berlanti's show on The CW , The Flash , which is part of the Arrowverse fictional universe, for an episode which established that Supergirl takes place in a parallel universe to that of The Flash. The show has continued this trend in later episodes, with Supergirl receiving a dimensional transporter that allows her to visit the primary Arrowverse setting whenever she wishes, either to seek or provide aid or simply to be a friend.
In the second multi-show crossover, Crisis on Earth-X , Supergirl and the Arrowverse characters fight off a Nazi army led by Supergirl's Earth-X counterpart, Overgirl, who is the Fuhrer 's leading general in a Nazi-controlled alternative history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the superheroine. For other characters given this name, as well as other uses, see Supergirl disambiguation. Alternative versions of Supergirl. Supergirl in other media. Laura Vandervoort as Kara in Smallville. Melissa Benoist as Kara in Supergirl.
Retrieved July 14, Retrieved Nov 19, Excerpted here "Archived copy". Archived from the original on September 30, Retrieved September 7, She did an admirable job of rescuing victims, teaching the new hero Superboy about the importance of being serious when saving lives, and helped Superman return once he was found to be alive again. She even posed as Clark Kent , pretending that Clark had been trapped in a well-stocked cellar during Doomsday's initial attack, to help explain why Clark was gone while Superman was dead.
Her biggest shock came when she learned that Lex had cloned her, making thousands of his own personal "Supergirls". She went berserk, and destroyed his lab, his clones, and almost killed Lex before he fell into a paralytic coma due to flaws in the process that had created his new body.
She decided to join the Teen Titans for a short while, but left shortly afterwards, realizing that it just was not for her. After some soul searching, Mae began to wonder if she was even a real person or if she even had a soul. This was solved when she held the hand of a dying girl named Linda Danvers. Matrix's shapeshifting ability merged the two into the new Supergirl and Mae became the Earth Angel of Fire, simultaneously losing her shapeshifting abilities as she subconsciously defined herself as just Linda and Supergirl.
Later, when the good aspect of Matrix was separated from Linda, she was merged with Twilight , and became a new Angel of Fire. She manifests the flaming wings she had while merged with Matrix, but still loses to the collective powers of Blue Devil and the Enchantress. However she is teleported to Hell, as Hell is recalling all of its "debts". She appears as a fallen angel summoned by Lilith, but mysteriously released. According to an interview with Newsarama , following the events of Infinite Crisis , Dan DiDio stated that the Matrix Supergirl was wiped from existence [ citation needed ].
However, Geoff Johns later stated, "As for this Linda Danvers has not been retconned out at all. However, the future of Matrix remains uncertain. Because of the new timeline, all of the events of Matrix may not have happened as other characters in Superman's life have substantially different back stories, such as the Kents having died before Clark left Smallville, and Superboy being designed as a weapon. Also, the Death of Superman story arc itself is still in question as it has not yet been shown how or if it happened in the new universe.
The Matrix was a protoplasmic life-form who possessed a malleable genome that enabled her to rearrange her constitution at the cellular level, allowing her to alter her appearance and physiology to anything of similar size and mass, able to replicate voices and mannerisms. Beyond shapeshifting , her central power was telekinesis ; enabling her to move large objects through sheer force of thought as well as significantly increase her own strength and resistance to injury to levels approaching that of a Kryptonian such as her namesake mentor, Superboy.
Her kinetic ability also extended to levitation , supersonic flight, energy blasts, as well as the ability to rearrange molecules through touch. She also possessed the power to become invisible by blending into the background as well as inaudible, even to Superman's super-hearing. The very top spot, meaning a woman who is insanely hot AND not at all crazy, is a guy, in other words, a tranny. LBL found the presentation to be both offensive and hilarious at the same time ,depending whether her ice cream was in the freezer or being shoveled into her mouth during the time it took to watch the video.
LBL is grateful that she found Now Husband before he found out about this matrix. That way, he was willing to waste a lot of time discussing books, movies, politics, and social issues, while she was dating him. Had she met him after he watched the video, their three years of pre-wedding dating would have been condensed into about a week, in which LBL would be wearing stiletto heels and a bikini, and Now Husband could assess her Crazy quotient as she fell over repeatedly while trying to suck in her stomach and walk in the stilettos at the same time.
An Ordinary Man the novel. Life in the Boomer Lane. I gave him the benefit of the doubt.
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Knowing is half the battle! The miracle is that somehow, we find each other, and occasionally we exist peacefully together, in spite of that. I should have been eating dark chocolate and almonds during the video with a cute guy with no money. Reblogged this on Healing my codependency and regaining my life! Patriarchy and disrespect alright … Some people really think this about women… Wow! As a woman, I have to admit that Dana McLendon whoever he is discovered one of our sisterhood secrets. Any graph that is meant to show how a woman selects a husband would need to have at least 28 axes!
Thanks for introducing these matrices to me. So much fun and science. I think what he discovered was a great way to call attention to himself. The matrix will anger some, make others laugh, but will cause a lot of people to remember who he is. I watched about half this video earlier, then turned it off. From looking at him and yes he had a ring on his finger, we need to make a chart for men.
The Beavis and Butthead matrix of women selection. Insert that creepy giggle as you review the matrix. Do I have to change my email address? I think this matrix was more humorous than offensive. And much of human trafficking involves sexual slavery. ISIS is the latest example of tribal warfare that uses the subjugation of women as a method to induce fear into the population. This is now happening in Africa on a larger scale. Here in the US, rape continues to be soft-pedaled by conservative politicians. Domestic violence has become endemic. I could go on and on. Good point, CS, although my guess is that most men would prefer something other than a Stepford Wife.
A male colleague sent this around last week to 7 people, I was the only female, lol, I should have been offended but the thing is so funny and true! I have my colleague convinced I am a unicorn, my boyfriend, not so much!! If you take into consideration influence of media and culture, yes, the chart is perfect reflection of what it represents. In a perfect world, the chart would be a total non-sense created by somebody who lost his touch with reality.
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Although, as a guy, I hope both of these chart will just be washed away in the anals of the internet, these charts are a reminder the gap in understanding between men and women is growing wider every day bigger not smaller. I am reading through the different responses and all I can do is smile, after all that is all the video was meant to do. Reblogged this on ulilang and commented: