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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (Comics): Paper Trail, The Switcheroo-Witcheroo, and On the Same Page
Powers: Not Applicable
Voiced By: Not Applicable

Super-Buy is a big box electronics store with at least one location in downtown Metropolis. During a city-wide infestation of artwork animated by June Moone's Magic Paint, Black Canary had a signing at a Super-Buy for her new solo album, "The Canary Cries". An animated Harley Quinn ran into the store and directed her allies to come in. Katana arrived in pursuit and prematurely accused Canary of being in collusion. Canary explained how she made some big changes in her life after the theft of the Batjet. A Bumblebee swooped in and stole a stack of Canary's CD albums. A wheelchair-bound child, who was a fan of Canary, grabbed a flying drone on display and directed it in the Bumblebee's way. She dropped the albums. Canary offered her help. The trio hid behind a display while versions of Batgirl and Supergirl played a racing game. Canary used her Canary Cry to neutralize them. The Batgirl was tied up in AV cables while Katana forced the Supergirl to listen to a recording of the Canary Cry on repeat.

Wonder Woman was unable to appeal to three Wonder Woman drawings. Bumblebee reminded her of one of Coach Wildcat's platitudes - use a stronger enemy's power against them. In small form, Bumblebee stole two of the drawings' inescapable Lassoes of Truth. Wonder Woman and Bumblebee went to the video game section where Bumblebee quickly generated an avatar of Wonder Woman in the Craft of Warworld booth. The three Wondies took the bait and entered the booth. Bumblebee and Wonder Woman uses their lassoes to tie up the booth and trap them inside. Wonder Woman, Bumblebee, and Katana saw Enchantress on the TV displays as she announced Super Hero High belonged to her. Wonder Woman, Katana, Bumblebee, and Black Canary departed for the school. The Harley animated art stopped shoplifting and rallied her allies to protect the school, too.