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Superwoman (DC)(Earth-1)(01 - Luma Lynai)
Real Name: Luma Lynai
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Powers:
Similar power-set to Kryptonians, though powered by an orange sun.

Weaknesses:
Yellow suns.

Bio:
Luma Lynai was Superwoman from the planet Staryl. Supergirl of Earth-1, having scoured time and space to try to find a romantic match for Superman, stumbled across the alien super hero. Unknown to Kara, however, Luma derived her powers from an orange sun, and reacted adversely to a yellow sun. Thus, though she and Superman fell deeply in love, their romance met a tragic end.

Notes:
There is a hint of incest about this character, in that Supergirl picked her out for her cousin, and yet she also notes that Luma looks exactly like herself.

First Appearance: Action Comics (1938) #289

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Issue Appearances:
Action Comics (1938)
DC Comics: the Sequential Art of Amanda Conner (2012)
JSA: Classified (2005)
Power Girl (2006)

Group Affiliation(s):
None.

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