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The Legion of Stupor-Bizarros was a Bizarro version of the Legion of Super-Heroes.


Created by Bizarro Superboy when he was rejected for membership in the Legion of Super-Heroes, the Bizarro-Legion would fill that void in Bizarro's life he felt he'd get from Legion membership. Much like its counterpart, the Bizarro-Legion had its own clubhouse on Htare, and its own ship.

The official charter of the Bizarro-Legion was to do the opposite of all Earthly things, to hate beauty, love ugliness, and to maintain imperfection on Bizarro World.

Beings created for the Bizarro Legion included Bizarro versions of: Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl, Cosmic Boy, Chameleon Boy, Invisible Kid, Ultra-Boy, Mon-El and Brianiac 5. All the Bizarro-Legion members had the same powers as their Legion of Super-Hero counterparts, however they were imperfect. For example, while Bizarro-Brainiac 5 could build complex machines, but they didn't work properly and thinking hurt his head, and Bizarro-Invisible Kid could turn his body invisible, but not the clothes he was wearing.

Using Bizarro logic, the Bizarro-Legion went into space and completed missions which under the Bizarro way of thinking was good, but caused nothing but, grief, chaos and terror for everyone they encountered. The Bizarro-Legion agreed to disband after the Legion of Super-Heroes were able to crush diamonds into lumps of coal. The Bizarro-Legion returned to Htrae, and have not been seen since.


Equipment: The Bizarro-Legion had access to the duplicator ray that created Bizarro's, as well as perversions of Legion technology created by Bizarro-Brainiac 5.
Transportation: The Bizarro-Legion had their own space ship
Weapons: The Bizarro-Legion had access to a Kryptonite Ray


With all the changes to the Multiverse due to Crisis on Infinite Earths, Zero Hour, and Infinite Crisis and Final Crisis that saw the erasing of Earth-One, the "reboot" of the 30th Century, and the return of "original" 30th Century, the ultimate fate of the Bizarro Legion is unknown.

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