Number 1. Bizarro is the "inverted" evil version of Superman. But you have to be a real comic book buff to know that there's a Bizarro Lois, too.
The cover leaves open which Lois Bizarro is in love with -- the real or the inverted one. Great Scott!
>> Action Comics #255
Number 2. What's weirder than having Superbaby on the front cover? Well, having Super-Monkey next to him, of course.
>> Superboy #76
Number 3. So let's wrap things up. Kid reporter Jimmy Olsen is trapped in a
gorilla's body, while the gorilla is trapped in Jimmy Olsen's body, hanging from a tree eating a banana.
So what's weird about this Jimmy Olsen #116 comic book, you may ask?
The fact that's it's a complete rip-off of Jimmy Olsen #24!
>> Jimmy Olsen #116
I don't know what you think about photo covers on comic books, but my instinct tells me the world just doesn't need them.
>> Amazing Spider-Man #262
A classic coming of age story: Superboy turns into Super-Merman.
>> Superboy #194
>> Detective Comics #241
I don't particularly mind a Bat-Baby, but why on earth is he wearing Lederhosen?!
>> Batman #147
When your assistant Cryll changes himself into a Mercurian Quill-Thrower to fight against you,
it's just one of those days where you wish you would've stayed in bed.
>> Tales of the Unexpected #51
He's naked, tattooed & crying, and the knife in his mouth reflects the full moon... see, being a hitman
is all about blending in with the crowd.
>> Crying Freeman #4
Two reasons not to go to school today, Donald Duck: it's Sunday, and you're an adult, fer chrissake.
>> Mickey Mouse Magazine #60
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