Orientation Day 8
- Abbey Cable fell in behind the group led by Eve
as they left the auditorium. She hadn't seen all of
the island herself. This way she would not have to
search more than her students she felt.<br><br>The
group's first stop was the administration building and
its classrooms on the second and third floor. One was
marked 'Ms. Cable' in gold letters.<br><br>Then the
gynasium was next. An office next to the boy's locker room
was marked 'Mr. Peril'. The girl's coach was 'Mrs.
Peel."<br><br>Then Eve led the group outside.
- BTW, if we ever do a Secret Origin story for the Supergirl of the future, it is worth noting that in her Louise-L identity, Supergirl wears a short black wig, while her friend Lydia-T has shoulder-length blonde hair and looks identical to Lena Thorul. It seemed evident to me that Louise-L could easily have been a false identity, since she obviously wasn't born as a brunette. This begs the question -- what is the birth-name of Louise-L/Lydia-7, and what became of her parents? And is her birth-name a Kryptonian or Rokynian name?
--- In Earth1AftertheCrisis@yahoogroups.com, "Doc Quantum" <the_time_trust_2000@...> wrote:
> --- In Earth1AftertheCrisis@yahoogroups.com, p_debord wrote:
> > I recently found a little continuity error in Superman Family 216 Supergirl's secret identity was Louise-L. Her confidante's name was Lydia-T. Just a little FYI
> I've made a change in the archived version of the story that first reintroduced the Supergirl of the Future to account for this continuity error without having to get rid of the Lydia-7 identity we've used in her every appearance. Here's the line that I changed:
> "There is nothing left for me in my own time, thanks to the Crisis," she replied solemnly. "The floating cities of Hattan are no more, and my oldest friend Lydia-T is dead. In her memory, I have abandoned my old Louise-L identity which was merely a false name, much like your Supergirl's identity of Linda Lee Danvers and have adopted the new name of Lydia-7."