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A Bizarro (1999) comic books

  • Issue #1
    A Bizarro (1999) 1
    Published Jul 1999 by DC.

    Part 1 of 4. Cover pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Greg Adams. "Vivisimilitude," script by Steve Gerber (Howard the Duck), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Greg Adams; Al Bizarro is freed from storage by lightning and visits his former wife and his original self while Lex Luthor begins a search for him. Superman appearance. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    A Bizarro (1999) 2
    Published Aug 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY STEVE GERBER. ART AND COVER BY M.D. BRIGHT AND GREG ADAMS. Superman guests in the incredibly angry, absurdly funny miniseries from the writer of NEVADA and the artists of Quantum & Woody! Al Bizarro tries to end his miserable, misbegotten life by jumping in front of a truck...and gets rescued by the Man of Steel himself! Seems poor Al can't do anything wrong...er, right! Plus, Lex Luthor tries to reclaim his suicidal property and the Guardian tries to keep Al from embarking on a life of crime in Suicide Slum. Guardian app. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    A Bizarro (1999) 3
    Published Sep 1999 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY STEVE GERBER. ART AND COVER BY M.D. BRIGHT AND GREG ADAMS. The absurdly funny miniseries from the writer of NEVADA and the artists of Quantum & Woody continues! Take an ordinary schlub who dreams of becoming a rock star. Put him through Happersen's imperfect-duplication process and what do you get? Something really twisted for your CD player, DAT player, or even your 8-track! If you thought this minsieries was bizarre already, you ain't seen nothin' yet! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    A Bizarro (1999) 4
    Published Oct 1999 by DC.

    Written by Steve Gerber. Art and cover by M.D. Bright and Greg Adams. The absurdly funny miniseries from the writer of NEVADA and the artists of Quantum & Woody concludes! Al Bizarro's become a millionaire pop star, but now that he's worth a fortune, in comes Luthor who claims that, as patent-holder, he owns everything Al's earned. So Al does what any self- respecting pop prince would do in these circumstances and flees the country in the shocking ¡Viva Bizarro!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.