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Appearances (Webisodes): Welcome to Super Hero High, All About Super Hero High, Designing Disaster, Saving the Day, Hero of the Month: Wonder Woman, New Beginnings, License to Fly, Hero of the Month: Batgirl, Hero of the Month: Hawkgirl, Stealth 101 Part 1, A Fury Scorned, Body Electric, Techless Tuesday, Fresh Ares Part 3, Jetsetters, Dog Day After School, Ring Me Maybe Part 1, Ha-Ha Horticulture, Truth of the Lasso Part 1, Truth of the Lasso Part 3, Nevermore Part 1, Nevermore Part 2, Nevermore Part 4, and Tamaranean Dance Club Part 2
Appearances (TV Specials): Super Hero High
Appearances (Graphic Novels): Finals Crisis
Appearances (Books): Super Hero High School Yearbook
Appearances (Movies): Hero of the Year
Appearances (LEGO): Body Building, Need for Speed, and Showdown
Appearances (Comics): State of the Martial Art and Every Trick in the Book
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The Daily Planet is a newspaper agency based in Metropolis near Super Hero High School and across from a clock tower. The Planet ran Lois Lane's interview with Wonder Woman in the What's New News section. Lane ended up writing an article on the 100th Annual Super Triathlon for the Planet. The Planet published a front page article about Hawkgirl's capture of Lion Mane. During the Hero of the Year pre-show, the search for Dark Opal continued. Batgirl and Bumblebee scanned Metropolis from the roof of the Daily Planet but found no leads. Wonder Woman and Supergirl met up with them after they searched their quadrants and also found nothing. Supergirl's Mnemosyne Crystal activated again but Dark Opal hacked Batgirl's comunication bracelet and issued an ultimatum to her, Supergirl and Wonder Woman. Knowing full well it was a trap, they went anyway to rescue the Kents, Hippolyta and Commissioner Gordon. Bumblebee stowed away on the Batjet as it departed from the Daily Planet.
The Flash was exposed to Blue Kryptomite by Lena Luthor for snooping around in her lab. When Supergirl told him to slow down, Flash ran up the side of the Daily Planet instead because the Blue radiation confused people. Flash ran so fast atop the Planet's globe, it spun off the axis. It threatened to roll right into Super Hero High but Wonder Woman stopped it and threw it into the Metropolis Docks. They later tricked Flash to leaped atop it and running. He didn't tire out like they thought so Bumblebee tripped him up by firing Batgirl's grapnel line at his feet. Once Flash and the Kryptomite were separated, the girls returned the globe to the top of the Planet.