Located at Electrabase, this mainframe computer's main task is to correlate usage in the power grid, communications, and several other databases; as a corollary, it also tracks the location of all known criminals. When criminal activity is detected, alerts are put out through the Electra-Comp devices.
The Electra-Car is usually armed with an Electra-Vibe device (see above) and an Electra-Force Shield. Other devices may be added from time-to-time, but it has basically reached carrying capacity, so some gadgets may have to be removed to make room for new ones.
Journalism * Writing
Martial Arts D
Prof. Frank Heflin * Newsmaker Magazine
Lori Davidson was on assignment for Newsmaker magazine, covering a trade-show on consumer electronics, when a group of criminals attempted to steal the advanced computer that was the heart of Professor Frank Heflin's display. They wanted to use the computer to keep track of the authorities, and hinder them in any attempt to investigate future crimes. The crooks took a trio of hostages, being Professor Heflin, a blonde model in an Electra-Woman costume, and Lori's cousin Judy Hudson, who was dressed as Dyna-Girl.
Lori stayed close as the crowd dispersed, both to try to help her cousin, and to get an eye-witness account for her magazine. It appeared that the crooks would get violent with the hostages, when Professor Heflin advised the other two hostages to use their Electra-Gimmicks to subdue them. Judy used her disintegration ray to good effect, but the model dressed as Electra-Woman panicked and ran, stripping off all her gadgets as she went.
Lori grabbed the abandoned Electra-Comp, and used the Force-Shield feature to confine the criminals before turning them over to the police. The Professor, recognizing a need to stop such criminals in the future, proposed a permanent alliance. Lori and Judy agreed, and became the crime-fighting duo of Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl.
Professor Heflin has refined his gadgets specifically for crime-fighting, and established Electra-Base between a power-station and the city dump. He converts the garbage to electrical energy, stores it in giant capacitors, and beams the power to the heroes, with any surplus being fed into the power-grid.
Lori lives a double life, as a career-minded journalist, and also the elder half of the crime-fighting team. She has pulled some strings to get Judy a job at Newsmaker magazine as her photographer, to make it easier for the two to meet when their heroic services are required.