LEGO: DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League [Blu-ray/DVD]
Bizarro's creation of the Bizarro League has caused confusion amongst the world's greatest Super Heroes, but an even greater and mysterious threat may force the Justice League and Bizarro League to band together to defeat evil.
Available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD on February 10, 2015. The Blu-ray and DVD releases will include an exclusive Batzarro LEGO Minifigure on-pack, while supplies last.
Run Time: 44 minutes
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When Lex Luthor's cloned body was dying he had his current scientist, Sydney Happerson, resurrect the technology Dr. Teng had used to create Bizarro previously. The body once again deteriorated but at a somewhat slower rate and this Bizarro seemed more human in the speech patterns and emotions. Superman had many confrontations with Bizarro when he was trying to apprehend the creature. After a series of events that had an ailing Luthor determined to posess the Bizarro body for research on the cure for the clone plague running rampant through Metropolis. In the end, Bizarro actually put a stop to Happerson and Luthor's work and died in Lois' arms (SUP #87-88, AOS #510, ACT #697, MOS #32).
The Contessa revisited the Bizarro technology and sent hers to kidnap her child from Luthor. This duplicate ended up as imperfect as all those before and did not last long (Superman Forever).
The latest incarnation of Bizarro has been the most... well... bizarre. When Mr. Mxyzptlk was tricked into giving the Joker 99% his 5th Dimensional power, the Joker set upon crowning himself Emperor of the universe and remaking the whole world through his eyes. Bizarro was one of the Joker's minions keeping the peace in his so-called creation. Bizarro headed up the J.L.A. consisting of: Poison Ivy, Enigma, Scorch, Skism, Gorgeous Gilly, Gravedigger Lad, Bounty, and Ignition. This Bizarro is unlike the other, imperfect clones, he is more lifelike and magical if you will. Wearing a nametag around his neck proclaiming 'Bizarro #1' he's out to keep Superman imprisoned in Arkham Asylum. Through efforts depending mainly on Superman's will and the help of friends like Lois, Batman, Team Superman, and the J.L.A., they overcame the Joker and put an end to his terror returning reality to normalä or has everything returned to normal? Recently Bizarro #1 has been sighted in Metropolis. He sought out Jimmy Olsen in hopes that Olsen would reclaim the mantle of Gravedigger Lad. Jimmy uncertain of just who this Bizarro is and what he wants does not recall the events of the Joker's reign and doesn't recognize anything's amiss until Supergirl shows up to 'save' him. A fight between the two commences and is stopped by the arrival of Superman. Superman, according to Jimmy, was lethal in the way he spoke to Bizarro. The tone of Superman's voice when he spoke to Bizarro sent chills down his spine, he related that had Bizarro not flown off, he really thought Superman was going to kill him.
Shortly after leaving Superman, Supergirl, and Jimmy with many unanswered questions, Bizarro is ambushed by Ignition. Ignition voices his intentions of taking Bizarro before his master, training him, teaching him, and readying him for the great darkness that is to come. This "master" is revealed to be General Zod, who uses Bizarro #1 as a punching bag in getting ready to face Imperiex (Superman: Our Worlds At War: Secret Files and Origins #1).
Bizarro continues to appear throughout the DC Universe, sometimes popping up to team up with Batzarro (a Bizarro version of Batman).
First Appearance: TMOS #5 (Sept. 1986)
First Appearance (second Bizarro): SUP #87 (Mar. 1994)
First Appearance (Bizarro #1): SUP #160 (Sept. 2000)
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