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
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
"LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham" is the next instalment to the blockbuster LEGO "Batman: The Videogame" and "LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes" videogames.
The latest Kryptonite Man is rogue scientific researcher Dr. K. Russell Abernathy. Attempting to extract energy from a chunk of Kryptonite, Abernathy's lab exploded... killing two of his employees and fellow researchers. However, because Abernathy was wearing a techno-suit, he absorbed the Kryptonite's energy, and became a living vessel of K-Energy.
Complete with green skin, the new Kryptonite Man immediately caused havoc throughout The Avenue of Tomorrow district in Metropolis. His body burning from the massive absorption of Kryptonite, the newest Kryptonite Man drew the attention of Supergirl and promptly battled her through the streets of The Big Apricot. The Kryptonite Man ultimately acted as a prelude to a massive invasion of super-villains. Spearheaded by both Lex Luthor and Intergang, the villains amassed to engage Superman in combat, drawing him out of a 1 year absence from action.
The Kryptonite Man served as a true pawn. Abducted by Luthor and Toyman, he was used as a vehicle for Luthor to fire away at Superman with a concentrated beam of Kryptonite. As usual, the villains failed to defeat Superman. But now, The Man of Tomorrow has a new, deadly addition to his expanding rogues gallery.
Later, Abernathy petitioned the courts to allow him to continue his scientific works, even though he was incarcerated at Stryker's. Many members of the scientific community thought it might be a good idea to allow his work to continue, but that it would be necessary to be very careful with security and with keeping Abernathy subdued. By the end of the proceedings though, it was decided that the danger from Abernathy would be too great and so the petition was denied. Abernathy went crazy again, melted his restraints and went on the attack and a gloved Superman who was able to punch him unconscious subdued him. Since Abernathy is only able to radiate when conscious, he could be locked away again.
During this same time period, Jimmy Olsen was experiencing changes of his own (see Countdown) and through those changes he was able to manifest powers, with which he used to help Superman stop Abernathy when he escaped again. Abernathy, somehow communicating with the monkey he'd originally tested in his lab, lured him to Stryker's. Once there, he drained some of the monkey's K energy, added it to his own and destroyed the damping device that was keeping him in prison. Once free, Abernathy went to the Avenue of Tomorrow, broke into the Rydertech labs, subdued the scientists there and used the equipment to contact criminals using the Uthernet, which was created by Dr. Sivana. Through them, Abernathy hoped to fund his research and claimed he would share his creations with whoever sponsored him.
Jimmy Olsen, in his new guise as Mr. Action, entered the lab and tried to stop Abernathy, but The Kryptonite Man proved too powerful and tied Olsen up in an electrical components closet. Superman arrived, having followed a trail of radiation injuries, and fought Abernathy. Superman was able to survive the K radiation onslaught because he wore a special polymer that protected him. However, the K-Man melted it and then began killing Superman. Meanwhile, Jimmy used the equipment in the closet to repair his broken signal watch thinking he'd call Superman but when Krypto arrived, he and Jimmy rescued Superman from Abernathy. Superman then used glass to reflect Abernathy's radiation back on himself and the scientist overloaded and was taken back to prison. (ACT #854)
First Appearance: Superman #650 (May 2006)
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