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Linda Lee Cadwell ist eine amerikanische Lehrerin, Kampfkünstlerin und Schriftstellerin. Lee Cadwells Leben wurde zweimal von einer Tragödie heimgesucht, da sie die Witwe des Kampfkunstmeisters und. Shannon, Linda und Brandon. Linda Lee Cadwell. Linda Lee-Cadwell und Bruce Lee waren von bis zu Bruce Tod im Jahre verheiratet. Linda traf. Linda Lee Cadwell (geb. Emery, März ) ist ein US - amerikanischen Lehrer, am besten bekannt als Witwe von Martial - Arts - Meister und Schauspieler. Datei:Linda Lee brnm.se aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Datei; Dateiversionen; Dateiverwendung. Online-Shopping mit großer Auswahl im Bücher Shop.
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She made no apology for her interest in the subject: "The only people who hanker after a classless society are those who want what other people have without working for it".
I may be ridiculous, but I don't care. Lee-Potter was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year Honours for services to journalism and for charitable services.
On 20 October , Lee-Potter succumbed to a brain tumour. She was survived by her husband and three children one son, Adam, and two daughters Charlie and Emma , all of whom followed their mother into journalism.
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The Independent. Wally helped Linda through her strange transformations, especially when her wings changed from angelic to bat-like.
Linda also found herself fighting a superhuman named Twilight , whose dark powers were almost strong enough to overpower Linda's angelic abilities.
Her greatest challenge came when Linda was captured by a strangely Wally-like man, who was the Carnivore, the first vampire.
She defeated him, with the help of an angelic figure, simply called "Kara". In her defeat of Carnivore, her Matrix side was ripped away, leaving Linda alone once again.
Using some items from a costume shop, Linda created a white, blue, and red Supergirl costume the same costume used by the animated version of Supergirl in Superman: The Animated Series and acted as Supergirl, while searching for Matrix, with the help of her demonic ex-boyfriend Buzz and fellow superhero Mary Marvel.
Even with diminished abilities, she was still powerful enough to stop Bizarro , and even found herself fighting a Bizarro Supergirl.
Linda's search led her to the Amazon, where Matrix was held prisoner by Lilith , the mother of all demons, who had sent Twilight after Supergirl, holding Twilight's sister hostage to keep her under her evil control.
Linda asked Matrix to merge with Twilight, and Twilight became the new Angel of Fire in the process, using her powers to heal Mary and Linda, thus giving Linda all the powers she had had when she was merged with Matrix.
At this point, Matrix passed the Supergirl mantle on to Linda. Linda was the new Supergirl for only six issues of the series. With her powers back to Matrix's original non-angelic levels, Linda encountered a rocketship that contained a young, vibrant Kara Zor-El from the Pre- Crisis reality.
After a rocky start, the two became close, with Linda mentoring Kara on how to be a hero. Kara's presence in the Post- Crisis era was going to destabilize time.
The Spectre Hal Jordan incarnation appeared and said that Kara was destined to die. Apparently, a cosmic entity called the Fatalist had altered the timeline for his own amusement and to vex his master, Xenon, a being with a pathological hatred of Supergirl.
Not surprisingly, the young Kara Zor-El did not tamely accept that she was destined to die at a young age, and tearfully begged Linda to find some way to save her.
Linda lied to her, in order to calm her down and send her away; only after she had departed did Kara Zor-El realize Linda's intent—Linda secretly took Kara's place, and was sent to the Pre- Crisis era, posing as Kara and expecting to die in her place, in order to provide Kara Zor-El with a chance at life.
The Pre- Crisis Superman uncovered her ruse upon her arrival in his universe, she tried to repeat Kara Zor-El's origin story, but his superhuman abilities allowed him to notice details that made it clear she was lying, such as the fact that her costume was made of Earth materials and admitted he was in love with her.
The two married and had a daughter, Ariella. Linda even changed her costume. Linda's very presence had altered the timeline, so the Spectre made her return home, not only to restore the timestream but to save Kara from Xenon, who had captured the young Supergirl and planned to kill her.
Linda defeated Xenon, and had to send frightened young Kara back to her universe, knowing Kara, as an adult, would eventually die in the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Linda's daughter was spared from being erased from the timeline by the Spectre Linda informed the Spectre if he did not save Ariella, she would let the universe die , but Linda was heartbroken over her actions.
She learned that her parents had just had a second child, ironically named "Wally". Linda reunited with her parents for one last time before leaving everyone and hanging up her cape.
She left a note for Clark and Lois explaining her decision, saying she felt she had let her loved ones down and so she was no longer worthy of wearing the S.
She manifests the flaming wings she had while merged with Matrix, but still loses to the collective powers of Blue Devil and Enchantress.
However she is teleported to Hell , as Hell is recalling all of its "debts". She appears as a fallen angel summoned by Lilith but mysteriously released.
In Reign in Hell 7, Linda uses her flame vision to kill some injured demons who were huddled around a tiny campfire, Dr.
Occult is horrified by her willingness to kill innocents. Linda has appeared on international and UK television and radio discussing topical legal issues and diversity.
She is a frequent contributor to many legal publications and has been interviewed and quoted extensively in the print media.