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  • Bizarro es un villano que aparece en Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • Bizarro is one of Superman's greatest enemies. He is a partly failed clone of Superman. He bears a slight resemblance to Superman, although his skin is much more pale.
  • Bizarro (AKA The Bizarro Superman), is a super-villain in the DC Universe and an "imperfect" clone of Superman. Though there have been many incarnations of the character, most of them are either harmless or, at least, not intentionally malicious due to his warped mind and skewed worldview.
  • Bizarro is a single panel comic written and drawn by cartoonist Dan Piraro. It started in 1985 and syndicated in newspapers nationally by Universal Press Syndicated. A comic from 1996 parodied Where's Waldo? with a Zen version of the series.
  • Bizarro is a failed genetic clone of Superman created by Lex Luthor.
  • Time Travel-95
  • Bizarro is a villainous and imperfect clone of Superman.
  • Bizarro is in fact not only not human, but also not even a Kryptonian like the host he is based off of, the original Superman. Being a phantom from the Phantom Zone, Bizarro escaped and once freed came in contact with a Kryptonian named Clark Kent (Kal-El). Once in contact, Bizarro copied Kal-El's DNA and became an exact duplicate. In short, his true appearance is not known, but instead he has the exact same appearance as Kal-El leading to his sometimes making it seem as though it is Clark Kent committing crimes. Being a duplicate of Kal-El, Bizarro also has certain characteristics that set him apart from his Kryptonian counterpart. All his weaknesses are his counterpart's strengths and vice versa.
  • "Bizarro" is the twelfth episode of the first season of Supergirl, and the twelfth episode overall. It aired on February 1, 2016.
  • Bizarro is a fictional supervillain (superhero in Bizarro World) who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Superboy #68 (October 1958), and was created by writer Otto Binder and artist George Papp. Bizarro and the Bizarro World have become somewhat well known in popular culture, and the term Bizarro is used as to describe anything that uses twisted logic or that is the opposite of something else. In 2009, Bizarro was ranked as IGN's 25th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.
  • The Bizarro is a Hot Wheels casting which was first released in 2000 in the collector-aimed 100% line. It is a custom '57 Cadillac. It was released six times before the 100% line was discontinued.
  • File:Bizzaro (2).gif Write the text of your article here!
  • One good strategy to use is to find a fast song (mostly a negative incline on the minimap), use an elite character (there are more colors not placed to easily form matches) and hit all the blocks until you fill all columns. Be careful not to over fill. If you get a match, restart; to prevent this only hit blocks that will not form matches, for example, on a 21 space grid:
  • Bizarro is a character that has a purple cape and a sand blue torso which has muscular printing, along with a reversed purple S logo against yellow and a rock made sign saying "Bizarro #1" over it, and a yellow belt. His hands are white, arms and legs are sand blue with purple hips.
  • Bizarro is a DC Comics character who has interacted with the Masters of the Universe franchise via the DC Universe vs Masters of the Universe Classics figure packs.
  • Bizarro is an evil, imperfect duplicate of Superman, and a member of the Legion of Doom.
  • Criminal mastermind Lex Luthor once acquired the designs for a Duplicator Ray first envisioned by a scientist named Professor Dalton. Modifying the device, Luthor intended on using it to create a super-strong clone of his nemesis, Superman: a mindless slave who would obey Luthor's every command. However, the duplication process failed and resulted in the creation of an imperfect duplicate of Superman. This artificial being later began to refer to itself as Bizarro.
  • Bizarro är en fiktiv superskurk som är en motståndare till Superman. Under 2006 under en genomgång om de alternativa SG-1 som hade anlänt till "vår" verklighet. Överstelöjtnant Cameron Mitchell frågade varför hamnade inte de i det alternativa SG-1s verklighet när de besökte PX7-455 och kolla upp Bizarro SG-1s historia. Han hänvisade Bizarro från Superman. Överstelöjtnant Samantha Carter berättade att hon inte kunde svara på det. (SG1: "Ripple Effect")
  • Bizarro is a doppelgänger of Superman. Due to a somewhat disjointed continuity, several versions of Bizarro have appeared in DC comic books, all of them inversions of Superman with gray or chalk-white skin, a twisted sense of logic which typically manifests as a superficial "opposite" of anything Superman would do or say and a resultant speech pattern ("Me am going to kill you" would mean "I will save you" in Bizarro speech). Due to his imperfections, Bizarro is frequently a foe of Superman, but sometimes finds himself in the role of hero (in this case, an anti-hero). __TOC__
  • Bizarro is a single-panel cartoon written and illustrated by Dan Piraro which debuted in 1985. Many of his cartoon include hidden images, which include an eyeball, a piece of pie, a rabbit, an alien in a spaceship, a crown, a stick of dynamite, a show, an arrow, a fish tail, an upside down bird and the abbreviation "K2." According to Piraro's website, the abbreviation stands for his two daughters, Krapuzar and Kermit.
  • Bizarro, or Bizarro Clark, was the last and possibly most dangerous Phantom wraith that escaped from the Phantom Zone. He was accidentally created in a laboratory on Krypton and was later discarded and sent to the Kryptonian prison by Jor-El and Martian Manhunter. He escaped when Clark Kent opened a portal to Earth so he could escape from the Zone using the House of El gateway. Bizarro followed him and spent the next several weeks seeking a host that could sustain him, though humans could only serve as a host for up to 24 hours before he would need a new vessel.
  • After meeting up with Lois Lane he took her to the laboratory where he was born and discovered to his dismay that there were several Superman clones in production. After Luthor tried a failed attempt to kill him, Bizarro went on a rampage, destroying the lab and preventing the activated self-destruct sequence from being shut off. Superman arrived on the scene and allowed the group to escape, but Bizarro was still convinced that Superman was the impostor. However, once Bizarro saw Superman saving Lois, he realized that he was the actual duplicate, and accepted the fact that "me no am Superman". In the end, he actually performed a very Superman-like deed by sacrificing himself, so that Superman and Lois could escape the exploding laboratory. Lois wondered if it was possible that Bizarro coul
  • In the mid to late 70's, Bizarro was a member of the Legion of Doom. At that time, he seemed to be quite evil, and cunning although this was likely due to the fact that he was being influenced by the bad association of the other Legion members. By the early 80's, Bizarro often referred to himself as Bizarro # 1, since he is the first of his kind. He is an imperfect duplicate of Superman who is clumsy, dim-witted and thinks somewhat like a child. He uses very childish speech patterns. His suit is practically identical to Superman's except that the 'S' (shield) on the chest is backwards.
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Level
  • 13
Era
  • 20
Appeared
  • Gemini
  • Persona
  • Phantom
  • Zod Zod
  • Bizarro Bizarro
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  • Bizarro.png
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Row 9 info
  • None
Row 8 info
  • Not particularly skilled, though he may be capable of the inverse of Superman's skills
Row 4 info
  • Injustice League, The Society
Row 7 title
  • Powers
Nombrereal
  • Bizarro
Erster Auftritt
Row 1 info
  • None
Habilidades
  • *Volar
  • *Aliento Congelante
  • *Super Fuerza
  • *Super constriccion
  • *Super soplo
  • *Vision de Calo
  • *Vision de Rayo X *Invulnerabilidad
Row 8 title
  • Skills and Abilities
Nombre del personaje
  • Bizarro
Row 4 title
  • Team Affliations
Row 9 title
  • Tools and Weapons
Row 2 info
  • Superboy #68
Row 6 info
  • Bizarro World
rogue
  • Superman, the Justice League
Aparicion
  • Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
type of villain
  • Evil Clone
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
Row 5 info
  • El-Kal, Kent Clark, Bizarro #1, Superman, Bizarro Clark, Bizarro-Superman, The Phantom
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
Row 6 title
  • Base of Operations
Creador
Row 5 title
  • Aliases
Row 3 info
  • Alvin Schwartz, Otto Binder, George Papp, Joe Shuster [Creator of Superman, Jerry Seigel [Creator of Superman]]
Afiliación
  • Villanos
Row 3 title
  • Creators
Alterego
  • Bizarro
Row 7 info
  • Superhuman strength, hearing, and endurance, Super-sonic-speed, Flight, Healing factor, Invulnerability, Freeze, spot-light, x-ray, telescopic, and microscopic vision, Heat, and vacuum breath
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Number
  • 12
Box Title
  • Bizarro
Relatives
Goals
  • Be a hero.
Movement
Faction
Eyes
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Yellow
Enemy
Origin
Skills
  • Flight, superhuman strength, arctic vision, flame-breath, invulnerability
Power
Series
  • 2000
Voiced by
Weapon
Status
  • Deceased
  • TBA
Affiliation
Guests
  • Peter Facinelli as Maxwell Lord
  • Blake Jenner as Adam Foster
  • Hope Lauren as Jane Doe/Bizarro
Hair
  • Black
Actor
Name
  • Bizarro
  • Bizzaro
  • Bizarro
Airdate
  • 2016-02-01
Caption
  • Imperfect duplicate
First
  • Superboy #68
Abilities
  • Flight
  • Invulnerability
  • Superhuman strength
  • Superhuman strength, speed,
  • and heat vision, and flight
  • stamina and invulnerability,
  • super hearing, X-ray
  • Superhuman senses
  • Same as Superman
FirstApp
  • :
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Character Name
  • Bizarro
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  • #FFFFFF
  • #A0C72E
Weight
  • Unknown
Alias
  • None
  • Bizarro Superman, Superman
Hobby
  • Attempting to do good.
backcolor
  • #e3e5cd
Planet
Base
Height
  • 6
  • 22
Species
Title
  • Bizarro
Identity
  • Secret
Enemies
Image size
  • 250
maxwidth
  • 20
BGCOLOR
  • #504F4F
  • #50295E
File
  • 240
Real Name
  • Bizarro
Performer
  • see [[#In other media
TAB
  • Leben
  • Ausrüstung
  • Galerie
  • Hinter den Kulissen
  • Auftritte
  • Trivia
  • Alt. Leben
AKA
  • Bizarro #1
Powers
  • Super strength
  • Flight;
  • *Flight *Super Strength *Heat Vision *Super Speed *Super Hearing *X-Ray vision
  • All Kryptonian powers
  • reverse versions of Kryptonian powers: freeze vision, fire breath
  • opposite of Superman
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Years
  • 2000
Home
Universe
Serie
  • Supergirl
Imagen
  • 250
Occupation
  • Superman clone, Supervillain
Movie
  • Justice League Unlimited: Destroyer
Show
  • Supergirl
Family
NPC
  • No
Fullname
  • Bizarro
Classification
  • Kryptonian
  • Non-Human
Details
  • - Go to DCAU for more on the Bizarro
  • Bizarro Clark or Bizarro was the last and possibly most dangerous Zoner released from the Phantom Zone in 2006. He was accidentally created in a laboratory on the planet Krypton, and was sent into the Phantom Zone by Jor-El and J'onn J'onzz, but he escaped in 2006 when Clark Kent opened a portal to Earth so he could escape from the Zone. Bizarro followed him through and spent the next several weeks seeking a host who could sustain him. He eventually confronted Clark and stole a piece of DNA from him, allowing him to create an imperfect clone of the Kryptonian which would act as a permanent host body for Bizarro to inhabit.
  • This version of Bizarro is based on the Smallville TV series (2001-??) as seen on the CW.
  • - Go to the Smallville Wiki for more on the Bizarro
  • Bizarro was Superman's deficient clone. He was a tragic figure and more misguided and manipulated rather than intentionally evil. He was the prototype of an army of 'Supermen' manufactured by Lex Luthor.
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Gender
Health
  • TBA
Race
  • Cloned Kryptonian
  • Kyptonian Duplicate
RealName
  • Unknown
  • Kent Clark
Writer
Director
Bild
  • Jane Doe.jpg
Creator
Location
  • Metropolis General Hospital
Size
  • 150
  • 300
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  • Bizarro es un villano que aparece en Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • Bizarro is one of Superman's greatest enemies. He is a partly failed clone of Superman. He bears a slight resemblance to Superman, although his skin is much more pale.
  • Bizarro is a doppelgänger of Superman. Due to a somewhat disjointed continuity, several versions of Bizarro have appeared in DC comic books, all of them inversions of Superman with gray or chalk-white skin, a twisted sense of logic which typically manifests as a superficial "opposite" of anything Superman would do or say and a resultant speech pattern ("Me am going to kill you" would mean "I will save you" in Bizarro speech). Due to his imperfections, Bizarro is frequently a foe of Superman, but sometimes finds himself in the role of hero (in this case, an anti-hero). It has been suggested by both comic book fans and anthropologists that the Bizarro character, who is the opposite of Superman and all he stands for, was a metaphor for the Soviet Union at a time when Superman was seen as the embodiment of the United States in the 1950s. The Soviet reference was likely akin to the fact that the USSR was athetically prominent in events like the Olympics and had a military that made great contributions to winning the Second World War, but in civilian life many aspects of the Soviet economy were dysfunctional. The original Bizarro was created when Superman was exposed to a "duplicate ray." In accordance with the science fiction concepts of Superman stories of the era, Bizarro relocated to "the Bizarro world," a cubical planet called Htrae which operated under "Bizarro logic" (it was a crime to do anything good or right) and which Bizarro populated with inverted versions of Superman’s supporting cast and other DC heroes. The 1986 event Crisis on Infinite Earths rewrote DC’s continuity, eliminating Htrae. Since then, two Bizarro characters have appeared, one of them a flawed clone created by Lex Luthor. The second, longer lasting Bizarro, was an idea of the Batman villain the Joker, brought to life by the cosmic trickster Mister Mxyzptlk. Bizarro has been a consistent enemy of Superman since his first appearance. Faithful adaptations of Bizarro appeared in the animated series Super Friends and series in the subsequent DC Universe. Also, doppelgängers of Superman with some attributes of Bizarro appeared in live action adaptations. Bizarro and the Bizarro World have become somewhat well known in popular culture, and the term Bizarro is used as to describe anything that utilizes twisted logic or that is the opposite of something else. __TOC__
  • Bizarro (AKA The Bizarro Superman), is a super-villain in the DC Universe and an "imperfect" clone of Superman. Though there have been many incarnations of the character, most of them are either harmless or, at least, not intentionally malicious due to his warped mind and skewed worldview.
  • Bizarro is a single panel comic written and drawn by cartoonist Dan Piraro. It started in 1985 and syndicated in newspapers nationally by Universal Press Syndicated. A comic from 1996 parodied Where's Waldo? with a Zen version of the series.
  • Bizarro is a failed genetic clone of Superman created by Lex Luthor.
  • After meeting up with Lois Lane he took her to the laboratory where he was born and discovered to his dismay that there were several Superman clones in production. After Luthor tried a failed attempt to kill him, Bizarro went on a rampage, destroying the lab and preventing the activated self-destruct sequence from being shut off. Superman arrived on the scene and allowed the group to escape, but Bizarro was still convinced that Superman was the impostor. However, once Bizarro saw Superman saving Lois, he realized that he was the actual duplicate, and accepted the fact that "me no am Superman". In the end, he actually performed a very Superman-like deed by sacrificing himself, so that Superman and Lois could escape the exploding laboratory. Lois wondered if it was possible that Bizarro could have survived, and Superman stated he was unsure as he had never been in that powerful an explosion. Bizarro did indeed survive the explosion, however, and found himself homeless in the back country. He began searching the world for answers but could find none until he saw a newscast about Hamilton revealing the existence of the Fortress of Solitude. Elated to find the information, Bizarro traveled to the fortress and soon found the Brainiac Orb. Before finding the orb, however, he saw Superman's wildlife preserve from The Preserver's ship and in Bizarro fashion, mistakenly believed that the animals were subject to cruel testing and released them as "you do nothing wrong". One such animal was a quadruped with sharp teeth who had become fond of Bizarro, whom he in turn aptly named "Krypto". Upon activating Brainiac's Orb, he asked who he was and where he came from. The orb, believing Bizarro to be Superman, explained that he was Kal-El and he came from the planet Krypton. Determined to be home again, Bizarro attempted to remake Krypton in Metropolis by throwing around scrap metal randomly in order to make it look like his idea of Kryptonian architecture. Bizarro also abducted a hotel doorman who wore a uniform that was similar to Kryptonian attire, making Bizarro think he was Jor-El. Bizarro set up a makeshift home in a theatre to duplicate the House of El, and Lois agreed to go inside to humor Bizarro. Superman's attempt to stop Bizarro backfired when he threw a chunk of Kryptonite at him, to which Bizarro simply claimed "rock pretty", and Superman realized too late that Bizarro's DNA was too dissimilar to be affected by Green Kryptonite the way super-powered Kryptonians were. Worse, Bizarro's pet "Krypto" tore open Superman's anti-Kryptonite suit, rendering him vulnerable to the Kryptonite. Before Lois and the doorman got rid of the Kryptonite, Bizarro commented how it was too bad Krypton had to be destroyed and flew off. He stole a missile from a military base and hurled it at Metropolis so that the story of Krypton would be complete with the reenactment of its destruction. It was only after learning that Lois would be killed as well that Bizarro abandoned his plan. Superman then took Bizarro to another planet capable of supporting life but also uninhabited by any sentient life. Superman said Bizarro could reside on this world and defend it as Superman does Earth. Although unintelligent, Bizarro was astute to realize he was being set up when he remarked how the planet was totally empty. However, Superman said that was an issue he had not overlooked and revealed that he had brought along "Krypto" as well, who he allowed Bizarro to keep as a pet. Overjoyed at having a companion, Bizarro agreed to remain on this distant green world. For some time, Bizarro found happiness on his new planet, even recreating Metropolis from rocks and trees and remaking the Fortress of Solitude, from which he would pretend to "save" the trees from destruction the same way Superman would save people in harm's way. However, Mr. Mxyzptlk appeared before him and convinced him that Superman was his enemy, putting him on his new world only out of jealousy. After seeing a false image of Superman and his companions laughing at him, Bizarro became enraged and determined to get an apology. Being transported to Earth by Mr. Mxyzptlk, Bizarro first confronted Lois and later fought Superman, refusing to listen to reason. Bizarro eventually arose the victor of the fight but was soon confronted by the SCU who carried weapons powerful enough to hurt and perhaps kill him. Fortunately, Superman arrived and saved him proving that he wasn't the enemy, and that Mxyzptlk had instigated the problem. Afterwards, Bizarro was returned to his world peaceful and contented once again. Although now he was with more company, as Mxyzptlk had been punished by the leadership of his homeworld for instigating problems on Earth, for which he was to be stripped of his imp powers and a term of three months on Bizarro World, being the brunt of Bizarro's heroic games. He made his way back to Earth, and teamed up with Giganta to break Grodd out of prison. Wonder Woman pointed out to him that Giganta was merely using him for his strength. Both Bizarro and Giganta were defeated and taken to prison by Wonder Woman and Long Shadow. At a later point, Bizarro became a member of Grodd's Legion of Doom. Here, he was experimented on by Grodd and Luthor before Bizarro's mind was altered that he did anything Luthor commanded. Controlled by backwards logic, Bizarro was a powerful tool for the Legion to use. He took part in the attack on Nanda Parbat where he killed several monks with his heat vision. Bizarro was also present during the attack on Gorilla City where he fought Superman. When Luthor's brain was switched with the Flash's brain, Bizarro suspected that something had happened to his leader but none of his fellow villains understood Bizarro's logic. Bizarro later sided with Luthor when he was attacked by Grodd and his loyal followers. During the fight, Bizarro tried to choke Grodd but was pummeled by Rampage and hit by Electrocutioner's blast. Bizarro and the rest of the surviving villains helped the Justice League when Darkseid's forces attacked Earth. He aided Dr. Light, Black Canary, and Green Arrow in fighting the Parademons invading Rome. In the end, Bizarro and the others were given a chance to run off from the Justice League.
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  • Bizarro is a villainous and imperfect clone of Superman.
  • Bizarro, or Bizarro Clark, was the last and possibly most dangerous Phantom wraith that escaped from the Phantom Zone. He was accidentally created in a laboratory on Krypton and was later discarded and sent to the Kryptonian prison by Jor-El and Martian Manhunter. He escaped when Clark Kent opened a portal to Earth so he could escape from the Zone using the House of El gateway. Bizarro followed him and spent the next several weeks seeking a host that could sustain him, though humans could only serve as a host for up to 24 hours before he would need a new vessel. Bizarro eventually confronted Clark and absorbed his DNA, allowing him to create an imperfect clone of the Kryptonian which would act as a permanent host body for Bizarro to inhabit, which also gave him Clark's powers. (Phantom)
  • Bizarro is in fact not only not human, but also not even a Kryptonian like the host he is based off of, the original Superman. Being a phantom from the Phantom Zone, Bizarro escaped and once freed came in contact with a Kryptonian named Clark Kent (Kal-El). Once in contact, Bizarro copied Kal-El's DNA and became an exact duplicate. In short, his true appearance is not known, but instead he has the exact same appearance as Kal-El leading to his sometimes making it seem as though it is Clark Kent committing crimes. Being a duplicate of Kal-El, Bizarro also has certain characteristics that set him apart from his Kryptonian counterpart. All his weaknesses are his counterpart's strengths and vice versa.
  • "Bizarro" is the twelfth episode of the first season of Supergirl, and the twelfth episode overall. It aired on February 1, 2016.
  • Bizarro is a fictional supervillain (superhero in Bizarro World) who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Superboy #68 (October 1958), and was created by writer Otto Binder and artist George Papp. Bizarro and the Bizarro World have become somewhat well known in popular culture, and the term Bizarro is used as to describe anything that uses twisted logic or that is the opposite of something else. In 2009, Bizarro was ranked as IGN's 25th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.
  • The Bizarro is a Hot Wheels casting which was first released in 2000 in the collector-aimed 100% line. It is a custom '57 Cadillac. It was released six times before the 100% line was discontinued.
  • File:Bizzaro (2).gif Write the text of your article here!
  • One good strategy to use is to find a fast song (mostly a negative incline on the minimap), use an elite character (there are more colors not placed to easily form matches) and hit all the blocks until you fill all columns. Be careful not to over fill. If you get a match, restart; to prevent this only hit blocks that will not form matches, for example, on a 21 space grid:
  • Bizarro is a character that has a purple cape and a sand blue torso which has muscular printing, along with a reversed purple S logo against yellow and a rock made sign saying "Bizarro #1" over it, and a yellow belt. His hands are white, arms and legs are sand blue with purple hips.
  • Bizarro is a DC Comics character who has interacted with the Masters of the Universe franchise via the DC Universe vs Masters of the Universe Classics figure packs.
  • Bizarro is an evil, imperfect duplicate of Superman, and a member of the Legion of Doom.
  • Bizarro is a single-panel cartoon written and illustrated by Dan Piraro which debuted in 1985. Many of his cartoon include hidden images, which include an eyeball, a piece of pie, a rabbit, an alien in a spaceship, a crown, a stick of dynamite, a show, an arrow, a fish tail, an upside down bird and the abbreviation "K2." According to Piraro's website, the abbreviation stands for his two daughters, Krapuzar and Kermit. The strip was awarded the National Cartoonists Society's Newspaper Panel Cartoon Award for three straight years, 1999-2001. It was also award the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award in 2010, and was one of many strips invited to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Blondie (along with Garfield, Hägar the Horrible and others). Image:Bizarro-20060321.png|March 21, 2006 Image:Bizarro51708.jpg|May 17, 2008 Image:Bizarro62508.jpg|June 25, 2008 Image:Bizarro072708.jpg|July 27, 2008 Image:Bizarro72808.jpg|(guest artist Francesco Marciuliano)July 28, 2008 Image:BizarroCookieMonster.jpg|May 24, 2009 Bizarro-08-28-11-muppet.jpeg|August 28, 2011 bz-panel-02-03-12.jpeg|February 3, 2012 Bizarro-04-14-13-WEB.jpg|April 14, 2013 Bizarro20160307.gif|March 7, 2016
  • In the mid to late 70's, Bizarro was a member of the Legion of Doom. At that time, he seemed to be quite evil, and cunning although this was likely due to the fact that he was being influenced by the bad association of the other Legion members. By the early 80's, Bizarro often referred to himself as Bizarro # 1, since he is the first of his kind. He soon decides that he wants to become a superhero. And he forms the Bizarro Super Powers Team. His base of operations is the Hall of Injustice, located on the Bizarro World in Bizarro Metropolis. During this time, He often proved to be more of a menace than anything else, since he was so stupid that even though he tried doing good things, it always turned out bad! He is an imperfect duplicate of Superman who is clumsy, dim-witted and thinks somewhat like a child. He uses very childish speech patterns. His suit is practically identical to Superman's except that the 'S' (shield) on the chest is backwards.
  • Criminal mastermind Lex Luthor once acquired the designs for a Duplicator Ray first envisioned by a scientist named Professor Dalton. Modifying the device, Luthor intended on using it to create a super-strong clone of his nemesis, Superman: a mindless slave who would obey Luthor's every command. However, the duplication process failed and resulted in the creation of an imperfect duplicate of Superman. This artificial being later began to refer to itself as Bizarro.
  • Bizarro är en fiktiv superskurk som är en motståndare till Superman. Under 2006 under en genomgång om de alternativa SG-1 som hade anlänt till "vår" verklighet. Överstelöjtnant Cameron Mitchell frågade varför hamnade inte de i det alternativa SG-1s verklighet när de besökte PX7-455 och kolla upp Bizarro SG-1s historia. Han hänvisade Bizarro från Superman. Överstelöjtnant Samantha Carter berättade att hon inte kunde svara på det. (SG1: "Ripple Effect")
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