I removed Nemesis and Prototype from the list of appearances because he wasn't really "in" these episodes. That's like saying Jonathan Kent "appeared in" Phantom cos we saw Martha looking at his picture. Instead, I included links to the paragraph in which the dvd is mentioned. Marikology 04:21, 23 May 2007 (UTC)
- SPOILER ALERT: On the Canadian Kryptonsite Forums, they all say that Clark is frozen in the Fortress of Solitude and Bizarro is out Masquerading as Clark. (Bizarro is in Gemini. I am going to add this to his list of appearances. You can't use the "Hasn't aired yeT' card on me because technically it has.)
Powers and abilities
I consider to add something to the section "powers and abilities": Assumed, that Bizarro really stranded at the sunny side of Mars in Bizarro, it means that he has flown several million kilometers (between 55.6 and 101) to reach Earth during the eclipse. Does anyone know how long the eclipse lasted in Blue? It would be a new measurement of how fast a Kryptonian can move/fly. It's also notable that he survived a prolonged period of time in vacuum. Any comments User:Dva 18:45, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
- It's really hard to say scientifically, I think. A solar eclipse is when the Moon comes between the Earth and the Sun. I don't think a normal solar eclipse wouldn't actually darken anything besides the Earth itself (i.e. it wouldn't impact Mars, for example). But maybe this was a special eclipse done with Kryptonian technology, which works in a totally different way. --Kanamekun 19:51, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
- Dva, this would make a great addition! I simply can't think of any other way he could get back to Earth rather than flying (if he had access to a portal or a ship, he could've left before the eclipse started)... --Kanamekun 05:10, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
Once again: powers and abilities
I think, your estimation is perfectly right. An ordinary solar eclipse is a well-defined constellation between celestial bodies. I don't doubt it. But I turned my attention to Bizarro's abilities. If he really made the distance from Mars (or somewhere else) to Earth when the special Kryptonian eclipse occured, he must have been incredibly fast, since he was obviously able to head Clark off at the Fortress of Solitude after Kara disappeared. And it brings up another question. What exactly powers Bizarro in space? Okay, we know that sunlight weakens him a bit and green K gives him extra-strength, but it doesn't explain his abilities. Or does the phantom exhibit Kryptonian powers itself independent from its host's DNA? I think it's worth the time to muse about it....
User:Dva 22:53, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
More on Bizarro
Yah good point, I have no idea what powers Bizarro beyond Kryptonite. Regarding Clark though, I think it was Jor-El who froze him in the Fortress of Solitude. Then maybe around the same time as the solar eclipse, Bizarro was somehow able to get from wherever he was (probably Mars) back to Earth (or less likely, Jor-El freed him to mess with Clark).
Then.. Bizarro came to Smallville to take on Clark and show him who was boss. But Clark wasn't around... so Bizarro pulled a Single White Female and stole his girlfriend/social life.
Regarding Kryptonian powers independent of hosts' DNA... I don't think so. Although as a wraith, he seemed to have a number of other powers... flying, possession, the ability to stick his hand in people's stomachs, DNA sampling, etc. --Kanamekun 00:36, 15 December 2007 (UTC)
Guys, Al said in an interview a while back that he was indeed stranded on Mars under the rays of the sun (The Sunny side of Mars said by Chloe was not meant as a pun), and when the eclipse occurred, it affected all planets in the Sol System, including Mars. As for the breathing and speed, Kal-El could breath when he flew in space in Crusade, and as we have seen how fast it takes Clark to run, we could assume this is how he returned. Also, I am just making a full list of known appearances of Bizarro to remind myself to do something on K-site later (sorry).
- Zod - Phantom Form
- Nemesis - DVD
- Prototype - DVD
- Phantom - Many forms
- Bizarro - Three Forms (Clark-face, shards of jagged stainless steel-face, and after being punched into the air by Clark, Green Kryptonite-face)
- Gemini - As Clark
- Persona - As Clark (as far as we know)
But yeah, if anyone noticed, After Clark punched Bizarro at the the end of ep. 7.01, before John Jones catches Bizarro, pieces of his face fall of and reveal green kryptonite. Is he made of Green K? Troy 19:53, 28 December 2007 (UTC) (Vezz801)
- Wow, interesting find! Bizarro really managed to escape from Mars during the eclipse!? I am relieved that we were right! What prevented the Martian Manhunter from stopping Bizarro? Something, I've been struggling with for weeks.....
- Dva 00:19, 29 December 2007 (UTC)
- Wow I'd love to see that interview! Is there a link to it online? --Kanamekun 00:30, 29 December 2007 (UTC)
Status of Bizarro
I think, it is too early to pronounce Bizarro dead by now. Persona has just revealed that the Kryptonian body of the last Zoner disintegrated due to blue kryptonite (but the phantom could be still out there). I mean, Brainiac returned from the dead, too.....
By the way, I remember Al Gough saying that Bizarro poses a recurring threat and that he may fight the Justice League one day. Insofar, it is hard to believe that he really died.
Dva 18:06, 02 February 2008 (UTC)
- Yeah but Brainaic is a computer, not a being. And he told Clark that the blue K would destroy him- he busted into a million pieces. I don't think it's reaching to pronounce him dead. And Al Gough lies. All the time. Marikology 18:18, 2 February 2008 (UTC)
- If Bizarro ever miraculously returns from the dead, then we can change his status. For now, it's safe to say that he's dead. Flash0816 19:32, 2 February 2008 (UTC)
- "By the way, I remember Al Gough saying that Bizarro poses a recurring threat and that he may fight the Justice League one day." In the article  Gough said "You haven't seen the last of Bizarro, and the Legion of Doom is always a possibility." So he didn't say specifically that BZ would fight the JL. But note that the interview was on October 11 of last year, well before Bizarro was killed. --Noclevername 22:05, 4 March 2008 (UTC)
- Hi, I added in the Trivia section the recent (After Persona) word from Al Gough where he said Bizarro could always show up... I agree with the Deceased status however, even if I want him back, he can be considered dead like Brainiac was after "Vessel" until "Wrath". --Darkcook 23:10, 30 March 2008 (UTC)
Power and Abilities
I think it's really unnecessary to have "vast" and "under green kryptonite" in the powers and abilities.
- Many characters have "vast" super strength, like Clark and Aldar. However, their power isn't "vast super strength". If they really are that powerful, then it should be noted in the Powers and Abilities section, which it already is. Their power is simply super strength.
- Bizarre had super strength to begin with. He used green kryptonite to increase his strength. It's misleading to say that Bizarro had super strength or vast super strength under green kryptonite. He wasn't under green kryptonite in most of Persona because he already absorbed some earlier. Like number 1, green kryptonite should be in the Powers and Abilities section, which it already is.
- The capitalization. The names of the powers are not proper nouns, so they should be lowercase.
--Stressed dessert 14:03, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
- You are right that Bizarro's actual power is super strength and not "vast" super strength. Nevertheless, Aldar's power is described as "vast super strength" (see Aldar).
- By the way, I don't think that many characters have ever displayed immense strength. I can just recall three instances:
--Dva 20:20, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
- Sorry, I hadn't check Aldar's page yet, but I just edited it. Anyway, you're right about those three instances. They shouldn't really be in the infobox, but in the article. --Stressed dessert 21:35, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
Since the Bizarro storline took almost 8 months to wrap up, this page had gotten unnecessarily long as details were added in bits in pieces. (It was longer than Oliver, Kara's AND Jimmy Olsen's pages!) As a result, every section rehashed a lot of the same info and plot summary. (For example, it mentioned that he extraced Clark's DNA and that Lana killed him at least three times each.) I recently removed a lot of rehashed content from this page. Just from comparing the history, it seems like I took out valid information, but if one reads through it, they will see that all the points of his five appearances are covered. Marikology 01:15, 17 April 2008 (UTC)
Personality Section and Love
There's not really a lot in here about Bizarro's love affair with Lana. As a wraith, he was predominantly obsessed with survival. As Bizarro-Clark, he was really and truly in love with Lana. Everything he did (even including trying to kill Clark) seemed to be motivated by his deep love for Lana, and his desire to spend his life with her. Am I overstating the case here? Just wanted a sanity check, before I added this stuff to the Personality section. Let me know what you think - thanks! --Kanamekun 05:15, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
Two Requested Edits
Can someone add the appropriate episodes under each quote in the Quotes section? Also - there's no reference in the Personality section to how Bizarro chose to take on Clark's love for Lana... while rejecting Clark's strong sense of destiny. Since that was a major driver in his personality, was thinking we should add that.
Thanks! If nobody gets to this, I hope to have some time next week... but any help would be appreciated! --Kanamekun 03:35, 3 August 2008 (UTC)
- Haha, I just saw my old note from May on the same subject. Guess I've been meaning to add that one for a while :-).
- If anyone could help out with tracking the quotes down though, that'd be awesome. --Kanamekun 03:36, 3 August 2008 (UTC)
He has never been referred to as Bizarro so since everybody is obsessed with following exact rules, i moved his page to Bizarro Clark as this is the closest thing to his comic name. Feel free to move it back but i thought that since it applies to every other character then he should be called Bizarro Clark.Nicholsy 15:06, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
- The episode where he was created was actually titled "Bizarro" and one of the official episode descriptions referred to him as Bizarro.
- Please don't move long-standing recurring character pages without opening a discussion first. --Kanamekun 15:46, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
But it is the same as using the name Doomsday in the episode sypnosises and recaps and i thought that Official Descriptions and episode titles wouldn't be enough evidence as he has never been called it on the show.Nicholsy 15:57, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
- There hasn't been an episode called Doomsday. I agree that the official description does refer to Davis as Doomsday. Feel free to note that on his page.
- As for Bizarro versus Doomsday, there is a big difference. Doomsday's human character is a main character this season, and has a human name: Davis Bloome. Bizarro's character was a wraith, and had no name before he appeared in an episode named after him.
- In any case, we already redirect "Doomsday" to "Davis Bloome". What would you like to change on Doomsday's page? --Kanamekun 16:03, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
Featured Article Oct/Nov
Bizarro was a villain and one of the prisoners from the Phantom Zone.
Bizarro was born in a lab on Krypton. After proving too hard to handle, he was exiled to the Phantom Zone. In 2006, Clark Kent opened the Phantom Zone portal to Earth. Bizarro along with other zoners escaped to earth. Bizarro later landed in Argentina killing a couple. This event was caught on video and the video was obtained by Lex Luthor. Lex's wife Lana Lang later stole it and gave it to Lex's father, Lionel. Bizarro needed to possess humans to survive, so he possessed an old man in Quebec. The Martian Manhunter tried to stop him but Bizarro injured him. Lex's men arrived but Bizarro left the old man to die. Bizarro possessed numerous people untill finally possessing a boy named Philipe Lamont.
Lex kidnapped Philipe planning to use Bizarro to power his army of super soldiers. Bizarro escaped and confronted Clark. He stole some of Clark's DNA to become an im-perfect Clark clone. Lionel showed up with kryptonite to stop Bizarro but it caused Bizarro to become stronger. Bizarro knocked out Lionel, and he and Clark started a deadly fight which destroyed Reeves Dam. Bizarro was knocked into a tower by Clark and retreated to Clark's house, to get kryptonite to power him. Bizarro then broke Lex out of jail to make Lex help him. Bizarro knocked Lex and started another battle with Clark. In direct sunlight, Clark defeated Bizarro and the Martian Manhunter flew away with him. However this wasn't the last they would see of Bizarro.
Several months later Bizarro returned to smallville posing as Clark Kent, the real Clark was imprisoned by Jor-El in the Fortress. Bizarro had Lana help him track down Brainiac at the Isis Foundation. Bizarro saved Chloe Sullivan and Jimmy Olsen. Shortly after he continued Clark's relationship with Lana Lang, while seeking help from Brainiac to assume Clark's identity permanently. Brainiac tricked Bizarro into helping him regain full power. Lana later destroyed Bizarro with blue kryptonite. Bizarro told Lana he loved her shortly before he blew up from kryptonite over-load.
While Bizarro was a wraith he had to possess humans to survive. However this possession would only last 24 hours and his hosts would die shortly afterwards. When Bizarro copied Clark's DNA, he had all of Clark's powers and some he didn't have yet (advanced heat vision, flight). Kryptonite had the opposite effect on Bizarro, it would strengthen him. In the sun, Bizarro's face would turn to stone, to the point where his face could shatter and fall off.
Who created him?
I heard it was Zor El but I also heard it was Jor El. So which is it?- MrAnonymous
Well, unfortunetly it was never really confirmed in the show itself on who created him.... But we do know, however, that he was created in a laboratory on Krypton and was discarded and thrown into the Phantom Zone for its erratic behavior. John Jones tells Clark that he helped Jor-El imprison it in there. And if you want my honest opinion, I would guess that Jor-El made him by accident... By the way, do you mind telling me where it says that Jor-El or Zor-El created it; where's your source? Maybe, though highly unlikely, I could have missed it being mentioned. -- ImperiexSeed, 8:08 AM, April 26th 2011
I believe that either The Martian or Brainiac said something about Zor El though I do vaguely remember hearing something about Jor El maybe that's what I heard.- MrAnonymous
It seems Bizarro's page is being overwhelmed with comics reference material. Should I create a new gallery page for him?
This message was posted by lastsonofkrypton, Superman apologist. 02:52, July 7, 2011 (UTC)
It says " Bizarro took a piece of Clark Kent's DNA which gave him a permanent form that was almost identical to Clark's." How is it not identical though? He's played by the same actor.