I like the cover to Adventure 472 (June 1980), as it sort of shoves Plastic Man to the side in favour of Starman, much like I am doing in this blog.
Starman comes across the wreckage of the Empress’ ship in this story by Paul Levitz, Steve Ditko and Romeo Tanghal, and is distressed to discover only one occupied life capsule on it.
As both the Empress and Lady Merria were aboard, Gavyn assumes one has died, and is fearful to open it and find out. But he gets doubly good news when it turns out Merria was in the capsule, but saw the Empress taken alive before she got in.
Still, that means he has to find her, but his powers prove useful, and lead him to an unusual craft that appears to be cojoined bubbles from the outside, and trippy hippy decor on the inside.
The craft was keeping the Empress safe, but Oswin has tracked it and presumes it a threat, and prepares to attack as the story comes to a close. Meanwhile, Clryssa meets Starman, but completely fails to recognize that he is her supposedly dead brother. Considering that the costume largely covers his head, and she has no reason to think Gavyn might be alive, I can accept this.