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* UnfortunateImplications: While Franchise/{{Superman}} was being depowered, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} also lost her powers. If Linda/Kara had kept them, she would have been the most powerful being in the world. Several fans have wondered if DC had a problem with that.
-->[[http://comicboxcommentary.blogspot.com.es/2015/06/back-issue-box-adventure-comics-402.html I always felt that part of the push for Supergirl to basically lose her powers was the storyline happening in Superman at the same time. Adventure Comics #402, cover dated February 1971 and which also introduces us to Starfire and the depowering plot, came out just one month after Superman #233, the famous Kryptonite Nevermore arc which, at the end, significantly weakened Superman. Had Supergirl not been depowered, she would have been without a doubt the most powerful person in the DCU at the time.]]


* AwesomeArt: Neal Adams and Curt Swan are incredible artists.

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* AwesomeArt: SugarWiki/AwesomeArt: Neal Adams and Curt Swan are incredible artists.


* UnfortunateImplications: While Franchise/{{Superman}} was being depowered, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} also lost her powers. If Linda/Kara had kept them, she would have been the most powerful being in the world. Several fans have wondered if DC had a trouble with that.

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* UnfortunateImplications: While Franchise/{{Superman}} was being depowered, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} also lost her powers. If Linda/Kara had kept them, she would have been the most powerful being in the world. Several fans have wondered if DC had a trouble problem with that.


** ''Franchise/{{Superman}} #233'''s cover in which he breaks the Kryptonite chains binding him is one of the most iconic covers in the series, and dozens of covers and panels of Superman and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} comics have paid tribute to it.

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** ''Franchise/{{Superman}} #233'''s cover in which he breaks the Kryptonite chains binding him is one of the most iconic covers in the series, series (not to mention superhero comics in general), and dozens of covers and panels of Superman and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} comics have paid tribute to it.


* BetterThanItSounds: Flying Hercules gets harassed by a pile of sand.

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* BetterThanItSounds: Flying Hercules gets harassed by a pile of sand.

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* AwesomeArt: Neal Adams and Curt Swan are incredible artists.
* HarsherInHindsight: The Sandman Superman states that there can be only one Superman. Fourteen years later DC decides he is right and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}, Comicbook/KryptoTheSuperdog, General Zod, the remainder Phantom Zone inmates... are killed and erased from History.
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** ''Franchise/{{Superman}} #233'''s cover in which he breaks the Kryptonite chains binding him is one of the most iconic covers in the series, and dozens of covers and panels of Superman and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} comics have paid tribute to it.
** Superman munching a chunk of Kryptonite and saying “It's bland”.
* UnfortunateImplications: While Franchise/{{Superman}} was being depowered, Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} also lost her powers. If Linda/Kara had kept them, she would have been the most powerful being in the world. Several fans have wondered if DC had a trouble with that.
-->[[http://comicboxcommentary.blogspot.com.es/2015/06/back-issue-box-adventure-comics-402.html I always felt that part of the push for Supergirl to basically lose her powers was the storyline happening in Superman at the same time. Adventure Comics #402, cover dated February 1971 and which also introduces us to Starfire and the depowering plot, came out just one month after Superman #233, the famous Kryptonite Nevermore arc which, at the end, significantly weakened Superman. Had Supergirl not been depowered, she would have been without a doubt the most powerful person in the DCU at the time.]]

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