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"Bizarro World!": Having kidnapped Lois Lane, the new Bizarro has warehoused an assortment of junk in order to create his own Metropolis. Superman tries to use his enchanced super hearing to find her, but is unable to fine tune it to zero



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Synopsis for "Bizarro World!"

Having kidnapped Lois Lane, the new Bizarro has warehoused an assortment of junk in order to create his own Metropolis. Superman tries to use his enchanced super hearing to find her, but is unable to fine tune it to zero in on her location.

Meanwhile, the clones at Project Cadmus, including the Newsboy Legion, have mysteriously fallen ill. Only the Guardian seems free from any symptoms. Dr. Packard, a Cadmus scientist, later reports to Lex Luthor on his work there. Cat Grant, tired of her the unwelcome sexual advances made by her boss, reveals live on air that she -- and eight other women -- are pressing charges against Vincent Edge. He is escorted away by the police.

Back in Bizarro's world, Bizarro tries to pretend to live a normal life with Lois. He dresses as Clark, saves her from a boat that almost falls on her, tries to help her write a story about it, etc. When she mentions Luthor's name, he goes ballistic endagering her life, but he rescues her in the end. She tells him she needs to use the bathroom, and uses that as her chance to escape. When he sees her climbing out of the warehouse he flies to her quickly, damaging many buildings on the way to her. She tells him to save those buildings as that is what Superman would do. He agrees and as he is trying to put the buildings back up, Lois knocks over the large Daily Planet ball on top of him, causing a complete collapse of all buildings.

She escapes as Superman finally finds her. He feels bad that he wasn't there to help her and flies off to stop Bizarro.



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  • Superman navigation number 1994/11.

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