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"Bizarre Wars": Mxyzptlk is made the Absolute Ruler of the Fifth Dimension... about five seconds before said dimension is invaded by the obnoxious A, who demands that Mxyzptlk face him in a series of games. Reluctantly, Mxy seeks out Superman for help, but instead gets stuck with Bizarro.



Appearing in "Bizarre Wars"

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Mxyzptlk is made the Absolute Ruler of the Fifth Dimension... about five seconds before said dimension is invaded by the obnoxious A, who demands that Mxyzptlk face him in a series of games. Reluctantly, Mxy seeks out Superman for help, but instead gets stuck with Bizarro.

Appearing in "Super-Pets"

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Synopsis for "Super-Pets"

Superman's parents find room in the last rocket from Krypton for not just their son, but their Cat, Dog, Cow, Horse, Raccoon, Pig, Rooster, Hen, Lizard, Goat, Frog, Elephant, Zebra, Sheep and Walrus. With dozens of cute caped animals flying around, Superman is considered not that big of a deal, and Clark Kent is unable to get a job at the Daily Planet, even after he reveals his secret identity. And Krypton didn't actually blow up. The El's kinda goofed.

Appearing in Green Lantern in "The Afterthoughts"

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Synopsis for Green Lantern in "The Afterthoughts"

After thwarting several criminals using a Boxing Glove, Lasso and scattered Marbles, Green Lantern Alan Scott forgets to reabsorb them into his ring. The three constructs, purposeless , search for the meaning of their existence in Beatnik cafes, Philosophical texts, Therapy, Church, Television, Buddhist Meditation, Popular Music and Modern Art. Still clueless, eventually they find Doctor Fate, who explains to them their reality. They see Alan Scott, their previously unknown father being carried down the street as a hero, hug, and happily fade away from their tragic existence.

Appearing in "The Bat-Man"

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Appearing in "Captain Marvel and the Sham Shazam"

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Synopsis for "Captain Marvel and the Sham Shazam"

Doctor Sivana, dressed as a student, finds Shazam, and tricks him into revealing the name of a much stupider Marvel Creature, DUH (Dumbosthenes for Stupidity, Uloussies for Clumsiness, Hopelesscules for Cluelessness). He then tricks Billy Batson into saying "DUH" during a robbery, and he becomes the bumbling bucktoothed goofy Captain Marvel knock-off. Sivana is thwarted when Duh says "Shazam" by coincidence. Captain Marvel then treats both the Justice League and the Justice Society to Ice Cream with his reward money.

Appearing in "Letitia Lerner, Superman's Babysitter"

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Synopsis for "Letitia Lerner, Superman's Babysitter"

Ma and Pa Kent hire Letitia Lerner as a babysitter for the infant Clark, so that they might have one night to themselves. Baby Clark falls through the floor under the weight of the giant boulder holding him in his crib, climbs a giant bookshelf, swings on the ceiling fan, shatters all of the windows in the house, electrocutes himself and Letitia with the phone cord, drinks Milk directly from the cow, climbs on the roof, microwaves himself, rides away on a horse, and takes a nap in the middle of the Highway. When Ma and Pa Kent return home, they see the destruction and offer to pay Letitia double if she can work the next weekend as well.

Appearing in Aquaman in "Silence of the Fishes"

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Synopsis for Aquaman in "Silence of the Fishes"

While him and his family are tied up by Black Manta, Aquaman refuses to ask for help from the Creatures of the Sea, because he is simply not speaking with them, having gotten in an argument. When his family prods him to call the JLA, he insists that he is not speaking to them either. The family ends up dying of starvation.

Appearing in Aquaman in "Porcine Panic"

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Synopsis for Aquaman in "Porcine Panic"

In a bathtub, an Aquaman action figure attempts to save an ark full of dolls from a giant squeaky Pig.

Appearing in The Metal Men in "Tinocchio Syndrome"

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Synopsis for The Metal Men in "Tinocchio Syndrome"

Tin wants a girlfriend and heads out to a club. The other Metal Men are sent to retrieve him, but become distracted as Gold and Iron blow all their money buying drinks for girls, Lead cuts a rug, Mercury becomes more fluid than usual (due to the heat of the dance floor), and Platinum tries in vain to get the attention of a pair of gay men. Meanwhile, Tin strikes out repeatedly. The Metal Men all return home dejected.

Appearing in "Wonder Girl vs. Wonder Tot"

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Synopsis for "Wonder Girl vs. Wonder Tot"

Wonder Girl and Wonder Tot race as fast as they can to sit next to Wonder Woman at breakfast on Paradise Island, but cause so much destruction on the way that upon arrival as punishment Wonder Woman forces them to bus and clean dishes.

Appearing in Hawkman in "The Egg-Napper"

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Synopsis for Hawkman in "The Egg-Napper"

Hawkman, sworn to help all birds, investigates the theft of a Bluejay's egg. He finds it's been stolen by a Thanagarian criminal so diabolical, that he doesn't even care of the value of what he steals, just so long as he's stealing things. Hawkman catches the criminal and brings him to justice, much to the Bluejay's approval.

Appearing in "The GL Corps: The Few, the Proud"

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Appearing in Supergirl and Mary Marvel in "The Clubhouse of Solitude"

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Synopsis for Supergirl and Mary Marvel in "The Clubhouse of Solitude"

Supergirl pops in to a coffee shop to meet with Marvel Marvel, who's now approaching middle age and married with kids.

Appearing in "Kamandi: The Last Band on Earth"

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Synopsis for "Kamandi: The Last Band on Earth"

Kamandi is the leader of a band whose music has brought the unruly post-Disaster world together.

Appearing in "Help! Superman!"

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Synopsis for "Help! Superman!"

Superman uses backwards logic to convince Bizarro to stop being a supervillain based on his own requirements of backwardness, confusing him to the point where he decides to take up gardening. Superman wishes he could just do the same thing with Mr. Mxzyptlk.

Appearing in Aquaman in "The Man Who Cried Fish"

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Synopsis for Aquaman in "The Man Who Cried Fish"

Bored at home playing solitaire, Aquaman uses his powers to call the Creatures of the Deep, then repeatedly hides behind his sofa and laughs at their confusion. The third time he calls them they do not come, and when he goes out to look for them, he is eaten by a giant fish, which all of the other fish find hilarious. In the end he sadly sits in the fishes stomach and plays more solitaire.

Appearing in Wonder Woman in "One-Piece, Two-Piece, Red Piece, Blue Piece"

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Appearing in "Bats Outa Heck"

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Synopsis for "Bats Outa Heck"

Two obsessed gothish Batman fangirls find out they will be dissecting bats in Biology, and instead steal the Bat corpses and give them a proper burial.

Appearing in "Who Erased the Eraser?"

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Appearing in The Atom in "First Contact"

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Synopsis for The Atom in "First Contact"

The Atom battles a squirrel, a small child and an army of ants attempting to find a tiny clear white circular object which he believes could someday save the world. It is revealed to be one of Wonder Woman's contacts, and she is trying to hide that she needs glasses from the other leaguers at the annual league picnic. Atom wishes he had a better job as Hawkman has him shrink into an Olive jar to retrieve olives his larger hands cannot reach.

Appearing in The Batman in "Inside the Batcave"

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Synopsis for The Batman in "Inside the Batcave"

A young child running away from home stumbles into the Batcave, astonished to find out Batman really exists. He looks over the trophy room, and eats the lunch he packed. When Batman returns and finds an unfinished sandwich on the floor of the cave, he investigates and finds the boy asleep in the Batmobile. The boy wakes up again in his own bed, where his brother insists he was dreaming. But in his pocket is still a moon rock he picked up off of Batman's table.

Appearing in "Solomon Grundy: Bored on a Monday"

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Synopsis for "Solomon Grundy: Bored on a Monday"

Solomon Grundy raids a supermarket and eats and drinks his fill of stolen goods before Alan Scott bursts in and, wishing to use non-violent means, explains the wrongs of shoplifting using a green energy Economics Graph. Confused, Grundy goes back to his swamp to think for a long time, until he wishes that as a villain he shouldn't care about right or wrong. He angrily returns to the supermarket for revenge to find it locked up for the night. He sits down in the parking lot and laments at how boring being a zombie is.

Appearing in "The Most Bizarre Bizarro of All!"

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Appearing in The World's Finest Team in "That's Really Super, Superman!"

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Synopsis for The World's Finest Team in "That's Really Super, Superman!"

Batman is distraught at how useless he seems in comparison to Superman. Increasingly angry as Superman continues to one-up him, he sees a psychiatrist who tells him he could still become something useful, like a Meter Maid or Mall Security. Furious he purchases a disguise and a gigantic lump of Kryptonite, then visits the Fortress of Solitude. Looking in through the window, he sees Superman dressing up with a Batman mask and pretending to be him in front of the mirror.

Appearing in "The J'onn J'onzz Celebrity Roast"

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Synopsis for "The J'onn J'onzz Celebrity Roast"

Martian Manhunter's Celebrity Roast is going fantastically until his cake with flaming candles on it causes him to pass out much to Superman's embarassment.

Appearing in "Wonder Woman's Day Off"

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Synopsis for "Wonder Woman's Day Off"

Wonder Woman calls in sick to the Justice League so that she can relax one day. At a cafe, two beatniks invite her to a poetry slam. She spends the day writing a poem, and it is so beautiful that Batman and Hawkman tear up and are forced to console each other.

Appearing in "Unknown Challenges of the Challengers of the Unknown"

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Synopsis for "Unknown Challenges of the Challengers of the Unknown"

The Challengers of the Unknown, in their customary dramatic and dynamic format, win a bowling match, guess the amount of jelly beans in a jar to win themselves a small color TV, obtain a good deal on home improvement rates, and eat a particularly difficult piece of beef.

Appearing in "Without You, I'm Nothing"

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Synopsis for "Without You, I'm Nothing"

What happens to the sidekicks when their more famous partners don't need them anymore?

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