WELCOME TO NATIONAL CITY
1 Kara ’ s desk A smashed phone – plus the lyrics to Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” scrawled on a notepad – indicate that Cat Grant may have pushed her assistant just a little too far. ( And after Kara got her coffee at Noonan’s bar!) Is the “superflare” in the
Tribune’s headline mere coincidence?
2 Cat ’ s Office With an entire wall of monitors behind her desk, Cat Grant’s office is where the CatCo CEO monitors news throughout National City and the world, while commanding her own media empire. She can also oversee her assistant Kara and IT employee Winn, whose desks are located just outside the office’s front wall of transparent glass.
3 James Olsen’s Office The former Daily Planet photographer, CatCo’s current art director, and Supergirl’s righthand man, has an office just around the corner from Kara’s desk and Cat’s office. Inside can be found his collection of cameras as well as his prize- winning photographs, which are scattered throughout.
4 Kara ’ s Apartment There’s always an open window or several in Kara Danvers’ apartment, through which Supergirl can make a hasty departure when trouble threatens National City. But there’s also a comfy couch and chair on which the Danvers sisters can enjoy potstickers in off hours.
5 Kara ’ s Rocket The spacecraft that brought Kara Zor- El to Earth is the most eye- catching piece of technology in the headquarters of the DEO ( Department of Extra- Normal Operations), where it’s carefully protected and monitored by director Hank Henshaw’s team of agents.