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Kismet reappeared at the end of the Superman Forever comic book warning of cosmic upheavals in time. In the ensuing weeks, Superman co-existed in four different realities. Kismet appeared to him as a little girl in each plane of existance, trying to warn him. Eventually, (SUP #138) she was able to appear in her true form. She told him that they shared a bond, a connection, and she warned him about her arch-enemy, Dominus. Dominus attacked them, and Kismet was wounded but she escaped. Superman and Waverider managed to hide Kismet in the past as Clark's childhood friend Sharon (SUP #139).
Sharon became the superheroine known as Strange Visitor, wearing Superman's old blue energy costume and had quite a few adventures, which sadly ended in her demise at the end of the war with Imperiex. In a last ditched effort to defeat Imperiex, Strange Visitor revealed to Superman that she was Kismet merged with Sharon Vance before heroicly giving over all of her energy to Superman to enable him to defeat Imperiex (SUP #173).
First Appearance: AOS #494 (Sept 1992)
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