One Year (and one month) after Infinite Crisis, during World War III, Kara returned, only to find Superboy dead and Superman powerless.

Feeling alone and isolated, she became Metropolis' protector along with Booster Gold and Supernova.

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Note: This version of Kandor was actually just a psychic manifestation created by Saturn Queen.

The real Kandor was not discovered until quite some time after this event.

Some of us try hard to make the world a better place than it was when we found it. When Brainiac returned to consume Argo City, Kara's parents had no choice but to send her in a rocket headed for Earth.

After Brainiac's attack, Kara's father created a force-field around Argo using a Brainiac Probe.

The evil Kara claimed that she was sent to Earth by Zor-El for the sole purpose of killing the infant Kal-El.

Zor-El had devised a special crystal that would influence her personality as she traveled to Earth, making her "innocent", thus creating the good side of Kara's personality. At the climax of the struggle between the two Karas and the Justice League, the good Kara urged Wonder Woman to use her golden lasso of truth to bind the two together and ask: "Who is Kara Zor-El?

She was revered as a member of the Superman family.

Upon her arrival, she concluded that she was "dreaming" the Legion and that the 31st century wasn't real.

Superman defeated Kara and returned her to Earth, where he faked her death so Darkseid would not come looking for her. She felt out of place, however, not sure where she really belonged.

Kara was uncomfortable with her cousin's over-protectiveness, and she could not hang out with her Earth-Two counterpart Power Girl since their powers went haywire whenever they touched.

Kara also believed the key to Argo City, her home town, lied somewhere in the city.