4 Works in Daxamite Culture (Supergirl TV 2015)
07 Jun 2019
Taylor Green aka Supergirl is a scientist/superhero working at Star Labs with Team Flash however she a secret, secret identity, she is a Daxamite (however she is unaware of this until the particle accelerator explosion gives her powers back after they were blocked) the highly war-like and slavers traders from the Planet Daxam, but not just any Daxamite,She Princess Tar-El, heir to the Royal Throne. When Krypton exploded, it ravaged Daxam forcing the population to leave but only a few survived namely Tar-El’s parents and the royal army. They track Tar-El to Earth and try to convince her to take her rightful place on the throne however Taylor refuses so they kidnap here and put her under mind control with her mother Queen Rhea, controlling her. Through Tar-El, Rhea orders an attack on Earth starting with Taylor’s earth-family including her fiancé and best friend – Caitlin Snow and Cisco Ramon who are kidnapped and taken to the main cruise ship for execution. Alone on Earth, Barry creates his own army of superhero’s.
Can Caitlin rescue Taylor even when Tar-El threatens to kill her or will it destroy their relationship?
Several months after the events of The One Night Stand That Never Ended, Kara and Lena are happily dating while pursuing their own goals. Kara is making a name for herself as Power Girl and Lena is busy repairing L-corp's reputation. So when the Daxamite ship shows up no one is really sure what to do. But Rhea is definitely a threat and Kara may have forgotten to tell anyone other than Lena she's a princess...oops.
- Part 2 of Daxamite Kara
After Kara finds a Cadmus facility under a building, after Kara finds the child they made from her blood- reality begins. Not everyone is happy for Kara. Not everyone is happy about the child.
These are first meetings between different characters and Kara's daughter, Izzy.
Squeal/ Tie-In with Possibilities: A Different Use for Blood.
- Part 2 of Izzy Danvers/Izar Kara-El
He can have all her earthly days. Kara and Mon-El get engaged, and it goes about as well as you'd expect. It's Mon-El's fault, mostly.