Bizarro League

The Bizarro League, also known as the Bizarro Justice League, are the Bizarro version of the Justice League.

Bizarro League
Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
In-story information
Base(s)Bizarro World
Member(s)Bizarro
Batzarro
Bizarro-Green Lantern
Bizarro Hawkgirl
Bizarro-Aquaman
Bizarro-Green Arrow
Bizarra
Bizarro-Flash
Bizarro-Hawkman

Fictional team history

Silver Age

Bizarro stole Lex Luthor's imperfect Duplicator Ray to create a world of Bizarros. Some of these insane clones formed a Bizarro-version of the Justice League. This team enforced their twisted version of justice.[1]

The Bizarro World was destroyed in Crisis on Infinite Earths along with the Bizarro League.

Emperor Joker

When the Joker got 99% of Mister Mxyzptlk's power as part of the Emperor Joker storyline, he recreated the Bizarro League and the Bizarro World. When the imp got his powers back, he kept the new "Bizarro World".[2]

Modern Age

Bizarro gained "Bizarro Vision" (allowing him to make imperfect clones) under a blue sun. Bizarro planned to destroy the Bizarro World to be the reverse of Superman (because Superman would never destroy a planet). So the Bizarro-Lex Luthor led a revolt and unleashed the juggernaut Bizarro-Doomsday. The BL stopped the juggernaut by dropping a steel drum on him. However Bizarro ended up destroying the planet after all.[3]

Members

  • Bizarro - Superman - He is Superman's clone and the team leader.
  • Bizarro - Batman - He is the world's worst detective and Batman's counterpart
  • Bizarro-Green Lantern - He is the Bizarro-Hal Jordan and a cowardly Sinestro Corps member.
  • Bizarro-Hawkgirl - She can fly like her counterpart, but her wings seem to be part of her.
  • Bizarro-Aquaman - He cannot swim.
  • Bizarro-Green Arrow - He sets up his arrows backwards.
  • Bizarra - Wonder Woman - She has reverse powers of her counterpart Wonder Woman. She was formerly called the Bizarro-Wonder Woman.
  • Bizarro-Flash - He was made out of the "speed force" making him super fast and intangible.
  • Bizarro-Hawkman
  • Bizarro - Cyborg and bizarro gill

Other version

DC Super Friends: In issue 18, there was a Bizarro team called the "Bizarro Super Friends" based on the Bizarro League. Members were Bizarra, Bizarro, Bizarro-Flash, Batzarro, Bizarro Green Lantern (this version was the reverse of John Sewart), and Bizarro Aquaman. All of them, except Bizarro Green Lantern (the reverse of John Stewart), were based on the Silver Age versions of the characters. They are based in a mobile home in space.

In other media

Television

  • In The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians episode "The Bizarro Super Powers Team", Bizarro creates an unofficial Bizarro team that is homage to the Bizarro League by making Bizarro look-a-likes of Wonder Woman, Flash, and Cyborg.

Film

  • The Bizarro League appears in Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League. Bizarro is brought to Bizarro World by Superman to keep him from causing trouble. When Darkseid invades the planet, Bizarro steals a duplicating ray from Lex Luthor and fires it at Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (Guy Gardner), and Cyborg, creating Batzarro, Bizarra, Greenzarro, and Cyzarro. Its properties were also shown to adversely affect Wonder Woman (who becomes powerless and constantly tripping up), Guy Garnder's power ring (limiting him to only make chickens), and Cyborg (who is falling apart).

Video games

  • The Bizarro League appears in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. In the "Bizarro League" DLC, the Bizarro League had to protect Bizarro World from Darkseid's forces.

References

  1. ^ Superman #379
  2. ^ Superman Vol. 2 #160
  3. ^ Action Comics #856
  • "Aquamanshrine.com". aquamanshrine.com. Retrieved 18 January 2014.
  • "Bizarro-Flash". hyperborea.org. Retrieved 18 January 2014.

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Bizarra

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Bizarro World

The Bizarro World (also known as Htrae, which is "Earth" spelled backwards) is a fictional planet appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Introduced in the early 1960s, htraE is a cube-shaped planet, home to Bizarro and companions, all of whom were initially Bizarro versions of Superman, Lois Lane and their children and, later, other Bizarros including Batzarro, the World's Worst Detective.

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