This issue opens with Power Girl flying to her office in New York City. She is running late for a meeting at her software firm due to a court appointment. When she arrives she finds out that her partner has been talking to outside parties about a buy out. This throws her into a tizzy and has her thinking of her own identity. How she thought she was a cousin of Superman, but found out that she was in fact the granddaughter of Arion, an Atlantean mystic who lived 45,000 years ago. After work she is on the subway when there is a traffic accident caused by an out of control motorcyclist. When she finally stops him, he has no recollection of how he got to where he was. She is talking about the incident with the on-sight police when one of them goes to the trunk of their squad car to get a lock for the motorcycle. As soon as the trunk is open, a super-villain named Force jumps out of it seeking to hurt Power Girl. The two of them fight all over New York, and Power Girl makes it a point to mention each landmark as they get to it. We find that someone is pulling Force's strings. At the end of the book we find that it is one of Arion's old foes who is beginning to cause trouble for Power Girl.