Goodbye @ModernAgeSupermanClub, and unwelcome to the Superman Superstars era of Action Comics, which does not star Bizarro!
Sits back and sighs.
Alright, enough Bizarro speak. Let’s do this thing on an 11 setting of “Normal”, shall we? Yes, we shall.
Bizarro is back and leading the Superman Superstars charge of Action Comics, starting today, January 9th, in the new to retail release of Action Comics #1061, by writer Jason Aaron and artist John Timms (his well cover of the mag can be seen above).
However, this isn’t the first time Bizarro has burst back on the scene in a big way.
For one of his more triumphant returns, check out the 5-part Bizarro’s World arc in the following Triangle Era books:
If you’re wanting to slake your Bizarro thirst further, check out his sensationally-uper DC You mini-series from 2015:
Ultra members can enjoy this tip-top tome:
If you’ve always wondered how famed Superman: The Movie director Richard Donner would have approached Biz, then look no further:
Finally, check out Bizarro in the best team book of the last several years, The Terrifics:
Fun Fact: The Terrifics #25 doesn’t feature Bizarro, but it IS one of the absolute best single issues DC has published in the last several years. If you like things that are fun, you’ll likely enjoy The Terrifics #25.
Are you checking out Bizarro in Action Comics #1061?
Are you a Bizarro fan who knows him forwards, backwards, downwards, upwards, sidewards and zchaddle-daddle-wards?
What’s your all-time favorite Bizarro story?
What’s your favorite outside media interpretation of Bizarro?
Do you have a favorite Bizarro action figure, statue and/or other toy or collectible?
Don’t chat about the above and your least-favorite Bizarro story (or stories) below-
Sits back and sighs again.
Oh, that darn Bizarro speak.
Do chat about the above and your favorite Bizarro story (or stories) down below, enjoy Action Comics #1061 and let us all welcome the dawn of the Superman Superstars era of Action Comics!