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Story by Sterling Gates. Art by Jamal Igle

Bizarrogirl: Does self-punishment end, Supergirl?
Supergirl: It might never end, Bizarrogirl. We can be sorry for what we've done, be sorry for hurting others, but it's what we do afterwards that really matters. But if it does end, it will be because you look into a mirror... and realize you've already punished yourself enough.

Bizarrogirl is a Supergirl 2010 Story Arc written by Sterling Gates with art by Jamal Igle.

In the aftermath of the destruction of New Krypton, the Last Children of Krypton are struggling through severe psychological damage and Survivor Guilt. While Superman tries to cope with his pain by walking across the United States, Supergirl is staying over with Lana Lang after going missing during six weeks, wanting nothing but to become “Linda Lang” permanently, quit being Supergirl and forget Kara Zor-El ever existed.

However her retirement plans are ruined when Bizarrogirl crash-lands on Metropolis. What does her Bizarro counterpart want? Can she be stopped by a depressed and demoralized Supergirl? And more importantly, what is she running from? What has happened to Bizarro World?

Bizarrogirl is considered by many fans one of the best Supergirl stories ever written.

In Live-Action Supergirl episode "Bizarro", Bizarrogirl's characterization is loosely based on Gates' version, incorporating traits such like her and Supergirl being reflections of each other.


Tropes:

  • Abhorrent Admirer: A bald Bizarro is particularly and openly smitten with Supergirl. Kara is not impressed.
  • Aborted Arc: After being defeated, Superwoman is taken to S.T.A.R. Labs and locked up while Dr. Light looks for a way to remove her alien DNA. Bizarrogirl's ship crashing accidentally trashes the lab and damages Superwoman’s restraints, which implied she might get loose in the future. This subplot was dropped when Gates left the book and forgotten when Flashpoint rebooted the universe.
  • Absurdly Spacious Sewer: The sewers of Metropolis are large and wide enough to fit in a rocket ship.
  • Action Film, Quiet Drama Scene: The beginning of the story alternates drama and action scenes. After the destruction of New Krypton, Kara tells Lana about her desire to move on and forget the past. Later both women find themselves in a cafe, talking about Linda's future plans right before a car crashes into the place.
  • Action Girl: Even a demoralized and frightened Supergirl is still a hero capable of fighting cosmic monsters.
  • Adult Fear:
    • As Superman is away, Bizarrogirl rampages through Metropolis, and Supergirl looks for her Bizarro doppelganger, Dollmaker takes advantage of the chaos to kidnap several kids.
    • Supergirl decides to help Bizarrogirl because she can't let a second genocide happen.
  • Alien Geometries: Bizarro World's Metropolis' buildings bend and twist in ways that completely ignore gravity and other laws of physics.
  • Alien Invasion: The coming from the "Ash'ka'phageous" and its spawn to Bizarro World kicks out the story.
  • Always Save the Girl: Bizarro #1 is more concerned with his cousin's safety than with Bizarro World's fate. He was perfectly willing leave his world behind to protect her.
    Bizarro: For all her perfections, we hate her, so me decide take her to Earth and live with public identities. Let godship eat Bizarro World.
  • An Ice Person:
    • Bizarrogirl has freezing eye-beams which she tries to use on Supergirl. On the other hand, the Kryptonian heroine uses her freezing breath to douse Bizarrogirl’s flaming breath.
    • At the beginning of her rematch, Supergirl opens hostilities by encasing her doppelganger in a chunk of ice.
  • Antagonist Title: The storyline is named after Supergirl's eponymous adversary.
  • Anti-Hero: Bizarrogirl is a loony but she wants to make the right thing.
  • Anti-True Sight: Kara installed mass-loaded vinyl throughout the walls of her room to block the noise of Metropolis.
  • All Just a Dream: The story opens with a battle between Supergirl and Superwoman. It looks like a flashback narrating the final fight between both super-beings until the legions of undead make clear Kara is having a nightmare.
  • Apocalyptic Log: Jimmy's camera auto-uploads to the server of Daily Planet pictures of Jimmy being dragged for someone wearing an S-shield and disappearing in a smoke cloud.
  • Apologetic Attacker:
    • Supergirl apologizes to Dr. Light before knocking her out and making off with Bizarrogirl.
      Supergirl: Dr. Light, I think you're going to be really mad at me later. And I'm really sorry.
      Dr. Light: "Sorry"? What for —
      Supergirl knocks her out with one uppercut.
    • She also apologizes to Jimmy after blowing him away with a gust of hurricane breath.
  • Asshole Victim: Bizarro Luthor gets stomped by the spawn of the monster he summoned to kill Bizarro #1, so it’s hard to feel sorry for him. Bizarro #1 certainly does not.
  • The Atoner: As teaming up with Supergirl, Bizarrogirl learns morality in human terms, the difference between saving people and killing them and realizes back on Earth she killed a man because he was too loud. Bizarrogirl decides to punish herself and asks Supergirl (who is struggling with her own feelings of guilt) if she'll even be able to find some sort of redemption:
    Bizarrogirl: Does self-punishment end, Supergirl?
    Supergirl: It might never end, Bizarrogirl. We can be sorry for what we've done, be sorry for hurting others, but it's what we do afterwards that really matters.
  • Back-to-Back Badasses: Bizarro tries to invoke this when he decides to make Bizarrogirl to back him up when fighting the godship.
  • Badass Boast: Supergirl to a giant critter who has just eaten Bizarro Luthor.
    Supergirl: Cough up that Bizarro Luthor right now, monster... or else I'll cut him out of you.
  • Bad Dreams:
    • After the destruction of New Krypton, Kara has nightly nightmares in where she fights Superwoman again, and a legion of corpses tries to drag her down to Hell.
      Supergirl: Some people talk in their sleep. Others walk. I heat-vision, apparently.
      Lana Lang: I'm sure someone out there makes a sleep mask that can handle that. Nightmare?
      Supergirl: Yeah... Again.
    • During her trip to Bizarro World, Supergirl has another nightmare in where she finds herself in New Krypton again and can’t warn people because she has necome mute all of sudden.
  • Bad Is Good and Good Is Bad: Bizarros are… backwards creatures. Bizarrogirl is a little smarter than most, however, and is eventually able to get her head around the notion that killing people is bad.
  • Bald of Evil: Bizarro Lex Luthor is bald, as Bizarrogirl points out. She finds it sexy, much to Kara's disgust.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Supergirl plays it straight, but her doppelganger’s costume is closer to that of the Pre-Crisis Supergirl than the Post-Crisis version.
  • Berserk Button: Don't try to harm Bizarrogirl's rocket. It's a very, very bad idea. Don't speak too loud when Bizarrogirl is around, either. She doesn't like loud people and usually shuts them up. Permanently.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Dr. Light is usually a nice, good-natured woman but being punched out by Bizarrogirl really got her pissed. Cue energy blast from above.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Bizarrogirl is a loony, but she is still a super-powerful loony. Kara learns this the hard way when Bizarrogirl almost turns her to stone. Later she manages to petrify the whole godship with Supergirl's aid.
  • Big Bad: Godship, the alien Planet Eater. Bizarro Luthor even calls him “Big Bad”.
    Bizarro Lex: Godship am Big Bad.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Say what you will about Bizarro, but he intended to flee because he wanted to protect his young cousin.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Godship's spawn are larger-than-human, insect-like, green bugs with a hard carapace, three pairs of legs and huge maws.
  • Big Damn Heroes: In issue #53 a child is about to get crushed by a car. Jimmy Olsen rescues him right on time.
  • Big "NO!": In issue #53 a child screams when a car is about to crush him. Technically he yells "AAAAAAH!", but the spirit is the same.
  • Big "WHAT?!": Kara exclaims one when Lana warns that a Supergirl-looking Bizarro is destroying the city.
    Lana: Where are you right now?
    Linda: I'm at the house. Why?
    Lana: Because a Bizarro with your face is tearing up the financial district!
    Linda: WHAT?!?
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: The Ash'ka'phageous is a moon-sized, chrysalis-looking, planet-eating lifeform. In order to feed, it spawns swarms of vaguely insect-like, giant, eyeless monsters which land on the targeted planet, eat everything and then return to the primary organism to be processed. A quick x-ray scan by Supergirl reveals they don't even have brain.
    Supergirl: A quick scan with X-Ray vision reveals this thing doesn't even have a brain. It's operating on instinct only. An eating machine.
  • Bizarro Universe:
    • Bizarro World. It is a cubic planet. Bizarro's "Fortress of Togertheness” is located in a volcanic area called "Anti-Antarctic". Bizarro Jimmy wants to "draw" pictures of destroyed cities, and their greatest champion is a coward and a liar.
    • Bizarrogirl insists on her being the original deal and Supergirl her "Bizarro-Me". She keeps a very weird moral code for human standards and her powers are opposite to Supergirl's: she has fire breath, freezing vision and petrifying vision (which is unique to her).
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Bizarrogirl is not quite evil, but she is wild, violent and dangerous. And her eyes are black.
  • Blackmail: Supergirl warns she will smash Bizarrogirl's rocket unless her twin lets everybody go.
  • Blackmail Backfire: Supergirl threatens Bizarrogirl with smashing her rocket if she doesn't release her prisoners. Bad idea. Bizarrogirl flies off the handle and almost turns Kara to stone.
  • Blatant Lies: Bizarro Lois and Bizarro Jimmy find Bizarro right when he's about to make off with his cousin. What does Bizarro comes up when he has been caught red-handed?
    Bizarro Lois: Bizarro #1... What... What am you doing?
    Bizarro: Me... Am... Rrr... Taking cousin for ride in new rocket?
  • Blessed with Suck:
    • Supergirl is the world's most powerful teenager. After being unable to prevent her planet's destruction, though, she regards her powers as a dangerous burden.
      Lana: You're telling me you're not even going to go look? At all? What if someone needs your help? What if someone's hurt? Look around, Kara. People out there need you. You can use your gifts to —
      Kara: "Gifts"? These "gifts" make a target, Lana. They make me dangerous to everyone around me. And as you'll recall, the last time I tried to help someone, I got a planet full of my people blown up —
    • Kara’s super-senses can hear everything from anywhere. So she has to get her room soundproofed in order to be able to sleep.
      Supergirl: Not long ago, I installed mass-loaded vinyl throughout the walls of my room. Having Super-Hearing was keeping me awake at night. I couldn't escape the noise.
  • Blocking Stops All Damage: In a dream sequence Supergirl fights Superwoman and at one point the older woman catches Supergirl’s harder-than-steel fists harmlessly.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Bizarrogirl is not evil. She is... backwards. She rampages through a city and kidnaps a bunch of people because she looks to throw a party, and she shuts her “guests” up when they try to talk. As she fights alongside Supergirl, she learns morality human and the difference between killing and saving people, remembers she killed a man because he was too loud and has a breakdown.
  • Body Horror:
    • As dreaming, Kara sees Superwoman's flesh melting off until the villain becomes a flaming living skeleton.
    • Superwoman's body twists and bends in unnatural ways as her alien DNA is being filtered.
    • Bizarrogirl looks like a grey-skinned, cracked-faced Supergirl.
  • Bound and Gagged:
    • Bizarro tied and gagged Bizarrogirl before getting her into the rocket which would take her to Earth.
    • Kara also ties up and gags Bizarrogirl when she flies her back to Bizarro World.
  • Brainless Beauty: Bizarrogirl has Supergirl's looks but the usual Bizarro dimwittedness.
  • Breaking the Bonds: Supergirl encases Bizarrogirl in a chunk of ice which her doppelganger breaks free from easily.
  • Breath Weapon:
    • Kara has her hurricane and freezing breath.
    • Bizarrogirl breathes fire.
    • During their fight Bizarrogirl spits fire at Supergirl and the Girl of Steel retaliates with her freezing breath.
  • Broken Tears: Bizarrogirl cries blood tears upon realizing she killed an innocent man.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": Kara wears the normal “S”-shield. Bizarrogirl wears the reversed version.
  • Bug War: Supergirl and Bizarrogirl fight a swarm of insectoid monsters spawned by Godship.
  • Call-Back: Supergirl watches a recording of the events of "Escape From Bizarro World" in order to find some clue to stop an enemy from eating the whole planet.
  • The Call Knows Where You Live: At the beginning, Kara is determined to quit her hero identity. Cue Bizarrogirl crash-landing on Metropolis, starting to tear up the place, and Kara being the only available hero around.
  • Came from the Sky: Bizarrogirl's rocket ship crashes in Metropolis' Centennial Park. Dr. Light and Gangbuster head to the zone to investigate and run into the Bizarro alien.
  • Car Fu: Bizarrogirl picks up and tosses cars around as rampaging through Metropolis.
  • Catch-Phrase: Parodied:
    Bizarrogirl: Shhhh. You am too loud. Me am trying to have party, but me hate loud friends —
    Supergirl: That's too bad! Because I like making noise. (thinking) So not my best catch phrase.
  • Chained to a Rock: Bizarrogirl kidnapped a bunch of people -including Jimmy Olsen, Gangbuster and Dr. Light- and chained them to the wall of her “lair”.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Jimmy Olsen saves a child from being run over. Later in that issue, a fake cop abducts him. Four issues later, Supergirl and Cat Grant have to work together to find him and several more children kidnapped by Dollmaker.
  • Chekhov's News: At the beginning, Lana hears a news report mentioning the JLA is busy overseas. When something starts tearing up Metropolis and Kara states the League will surely handle the emergency, Lana warns they're out of the country.
  • Chest Insignia: Kara wears her family crest. Bizarrogirl's insignia is similar, but reversed.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Bizarrogirl, by virtue of being a Bizarro, has a weird, warped mindset. She kidnaps a bunch of strangers because she wants to throw a party but she demands them to remain silent. Later, when Supergirl punches her across the city and she crashes into a park, Bizarrogirl starts to pick flowers, sing and dance.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: During the trip back to Bizarro World, Kara recalls Reactron’s torture at her mother’s hands and blames herself for taking him back to New Krypton.
  • Conservation of Ninjutsu: Subverted. Godship obliterates an army of Bizarros very, very quickly and easily. He also beats Supergirl and Bizarro #1 down when they attack individually, but He has a harder time doing so.
  • Cooldown Hug: Kara gets progressively upset as talking about her need to move on and forget about her Kryptonian roots. Lana wraps her arms around Kara and hugs her until the girl calms down.
  • Conscience Makes You Go Back: Bizarrogirl gets scared and runs away during the Final Battle. Supergirl goes after her and encourages her to not be afraid.
  • Cowardly Lion: Bizarro and his cousin are biological weapons of mass destruction, but they are quite cowardly. Bizarro wanted to escape from Bizarro World instead of fighting an Eldritch Abomination. Bizarrogirl admits to being terrified of the Godship, yet still does a bang up job fighting it after she grows a spine.
  • Crapsaccharine World: Metropolis is a bright, futuristic city protected by the world's greatest hero. It's also a place infested with villains packing power enough to level buildings and where devastating battles are a daily reality which the locals are used to. When Bizarrogirl gets to leveling Metropolis, Jimmy Olsen calls it a typical day.
    Jimmy: Okay, so. A something is tearing up Metropolis. Typical Wednesday for us, really...
  • Crater Power: Supergirl punches Bizarrogirl so hard she makes a crater when she lands.
  • Curse Cut Short: When her ship's alarm system warns about an incoming collision:
    Rocket's A.I.: Blue Alert! Blue Alert! Incoming! Incoming!
    Supergirl: What? Oh, Cra—
  • Da Editor: During the initial Bizarrogirl rampage Perry White is ordering his workforce around, asking eyewitness accounts, giving instructions and asking where are both Jimmy Olsen and his coffee.
  • Dare to Be Badass: Lana’s speech manages to force Kara out of her despondency.
    Lana: So, way I see it, you've got two options. One, you can continue to wallow in self-pity over the fact that you couldn't save New Krypton from a power-stealing, world-shattering blast. Or two, you could get out of bed and go save whoever you can. Your choice, Kara, but you might ask yourself, what would your people want you want to do?
  • Death from Above: Subverted. Dr. Light blasts Bizarrogirl from the upper atmosphere with a massive blast of light, but it’s intended to depower instead of obliterating.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Supergirl befriends Bizarrogirl after defeating her.
  • Determinator: Lana tells Linda she cannot become a member of her family if she will not stop whining and try to help. Langs don't quit.
    Lana: Your choice, Kara, but you might ask yourself, what would your people want you want to do?
    Linda: It's Linda.
    Lana: If you're going to keep pretending you don't care about people, no, it's not. We're supposed to be fighters, not sit-around-and-mope-ers.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Bizarrogirl killed a man because he shouted aloud. She hates loud people.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": At the beginning Kara doesn't want to go by her Kryptonian name, a reminder of her loss, and reiterates she is Linda Lang now.
    Lana: Your choice, Kara, but you might ask yourself, what would your people want you want to do?
    Linda: It's Linda.
  • Doomed Hometown: Bizarro sent Bizarrogirl to Earth because their homeworld was being devoured by the "godship".
  • Dumb Muscle: Though not to the same degree as the usual Bizarros. Bizarrogirl is capable of learning from her mistakes and doesn't get everything backwards.
  • Dynamic Akimbo: Kara poses like this after defeating Bizarrogirl.
  • Dynamic Entry:
    • When it looks like Bizarrogirl is about to hurt Jimmy, Supergirl bursts into her lair, swoops in on her twin and slugs her from behind.
    • Supergirl does this again to her doppelganger when Bizarrogirl is about to fry Gangbuster.
  • Earth-Shattering Kaboom: Half of Bizarro World had been turned to space debris when Supergirl and her imperfect clone made it to the planet.
    Supergirl: That monster— whatever it is— is chipping away at your planet, and pretty soon the core will destabilize.
    Bizarrogirl: What will destabilizing the core of Bizarro World do?
    Supergirl: You saw what happened to the bottom half of Bizarro World?
    Bizarro #1: No. Er, yes?
    Supergirl: That was nothing compared to what will happen if we don't get it away from Bizarro World.
  • Eldritch Abomination: The "Godship" is a moon-sized world-eating creature called "Ash'ka'phageous".
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Bizarrogirl clearly cares about Bizarro #1 and vice versa.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: Bizarro Lex sent a signal into the core of the planet, hoping to find someone to come out and help him kill Bizarro, but the signal went in the opposite direction and attracted a world-eating monster.
    Supergirl: What happened to Bizarro World, Lex? And what is the Godship?
    Bizarro Lex Luthor: Godship am Big Bad. And it came because of me. Me was trying to find worstest way to hurt Bizarro #1, my worstest enemy, so me sent signal into core of the planet, hoping to find someone to come out and help. But signal went opposite direction into space and it attracted—
  • Evil Knockoff: Bizarrogirl of Supergirl, whom she believes to be the real Bizarro.
  • Evil Twin: Bizarrogirl causes chaos on Earth because she's just as confused as Kara but doesn't deal with it as well.
  • Exact Eavesdropping: Cat Grant spies on Lana while the red-haired woman is speaking to Supergirl on the telephone. She hears their entire conversation, but she misses the part about Supergirl being Lana's "niece".
  • Expendable Clone: Bizarro created the the whole Bizarro race by making copies of himself which resembled Earth people. Nevertheless, he admits he considers most of Bizarros expendable because he can just make more of them again, and possibly the only Bizarro he cares for is his "cousin". To be fair, he was sad when Bizarro Lois, Jimmy, Perry and Batzarro got eaten.
    Supergirl: Cough up that Bizarro Luthor right now, monster... or else I'll cut him out of you.
    Bizarro: There am no need for surgery, Supergirl. We will just make another Lex like I made him the first time.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: Kara cuts her hair after the destruction of New Krypton as a show of grief.
  • Extreme Omnivore: The godship's spawn are able to eat anything and everything, from organic lifeforms to rocks. Then they return to their progenitor planet-eater where they're digested. Supergirl calls them "omniphagus suplicants".
    Bizarro: Bugs came from godship and started eating. They ate Bizarros, buildings, even part of Bizarro World itself. Once they am full, they fly back into godship and more would come out.
    Supergirl: Huh. Omniphagus supplicants to produce fuel. Interesting
    Bizarro: Huh?
    Supergirl: Those things go out and eath something, then they return to the ship and are processed.
  • Eye Beams:
    • Kara accidentally fires her heat vision and blasts her bedroom's roof as having a nightmare.
    • Bizarrogirl’s eyes can fire freezing beams. She also has stone vision to contrast Supergirl's X-Ray vision, something that no other Bizarro has.
  • Eyeless Face: The Godship's spawn are giant, bug-like critters with no eyes.
  • Face Palm Of Doom: When confronted by Gangbuster, Bizarrogirl grabs his head and starts to squeeze. She cracks his helmet and almost crushes his skull.
  • Fearful Symmetry: Supergirl and Bizarrogirl face off like this during her Breath Weapon duel.
  • Fiery Redhead: Lana is a pretty temperamental redhead.
  • Finger Poke of Doom: Kara knocks Bizarrogirl out by flicking her forehead.
  • Five Rounds Rapid: Gangbuster attempts this against out-of-control Bizarrogirl in spite of being perfectly aware that bullets don't work on Bizarros. It does not go well.
    Gangbuster: Tried to... get her away from everybody... Turns out she's not vulnerable... to bullets...
  • Flight: Supergirl and all Bizarros can fly.
  • Flying Brick: Supergirl and Bizarrogirl are super-strong, super-fast, super-tough and can fly.
  • Flying Firepower: Supergirl has heat vision. Bizarrogirl can fire freezing and petrifying beams.
  • Forgiveness: Discussed. Bizarrogirl asks Supergirl if she'll ever be earn her redemption after killing an innocent man.
    Bizarrogirl: Does self-punishment end, Supergirl?
    Supergirl: It might never end, Bizarrogirl. We can be sorry for what we've done, be sorry for hurting others, but it's what we do afterwards that really matters. But if it does end, it will be because you look into a mirror... and realize you've already punished yourself enough.
  • Giant Equals Invincible: Played straight. Supergirl usually is more than capable of dealing with monsters, but the moon-sized Godship is too tough to be punched out and strong enough to smash her away. It easily withstands the assault of an army of Bizarro clones and at the end the heroes have to resort to power up Bizarrogirl's petrifying vision to merely freeze it.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Kara braids her hair into cute twin pigtails which make her look younger than she is.
  • The Glomp: Bizarrogirl performs a flying tackle when she sees Bizarro.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom:
    • Bizarrogirl's eyes give off a red glow when Jimmy calls her "Bizarro Supergirl" loudly.
    • Kara's eyes give off an ominous glow when she faces up to a godship's spawn.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Bizarro Luthor succeeded into drawing a creature able to kill Bizarro #1… except it could and did kill Bizarro Luthor too.
  • Green and Mean: Godship's spawn are green giant bugs.
  • Grew a Spine: Bizarrogirl gets frightened and runs away when it’s time to face godship, but she becomes more courageous after talking to Supergirl.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: Variant. Bizarrogirl tries to turn Supergirl into stone. Supergirl vibrates her way out of her stone shell, grabs it and slams Bizarrogirl with it.
  • Hair Flip: Kara flips her blond locks nervously as she apologizes to Lana for her rudeness.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Bizarrogirl is a backwards loony. You never know what will set her off. She almost kills Jimmy for talking too aloud.
  • Headbutt of Love: Bizarrogirl is having a breakdown afrer realizing she killed an innocent man. Then Supergirl kneels in front of her, holds her hands, presses her forehead against her clone's and reassures her that she may earn her redemption someday.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Bizarrogirl develops a better understanding of good, evil, life, and death through the story, and tries to become a hero (or as much of one as a Bizarro can be).
  • Hell Is That Noise: As they examine an apparently Kryptonian rocket ship, Dr. Light and Gangbuster hear a strange noise in the darkness right before being ambushed by Bizarrogirl.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: The inhabitants of Bizarro World hate Bizarrogirl, believing she left them to fend for themselves when godship turned up. As soon as they see her, they insult her and pelt her with fruit, eggs and worse things.
  • Heroic B.S.O.D.: New Krypton's destruction deeply affects Kara. She has nightly nightmares, sufffers from horrible Survivor Guilt, and wants to forget about her Kryptonian identity. When Metropolis is attacked she locks herself in her room and tries to convince herself that the Justice League will handle it.
  • Hero Insurance:
    • After the Earth-New Krypton war, the Justice League is helping out with rebuilding efforts.
      Newscaster: Across the planet, the Justice League has led reconstruction efforts at sites hit heaviest by the Kryptonians — including Cairo, Paris, and Metropolis.
    • Minor example: Kara accidentally blasts her bedroom's ceiling, so she fetches a paintbrush and a paint bucket and sets out to repair the damaged surface.
  • Hero with an F in Good: Bizarrogirl's more genuinely stupid than suffering from the usual Bizarro backwards logic. As she grows to understand other people she becomes more genuinely heroic.
  • He's Back: Kara wants to quit her Supergirl identity after the destruction of New Krypton, but after Lana warns her about the Bizarro tearing up the city, Kara goes back on her decision to give up her cape and leaves her room to engage her doppelganger.
  • Hope Spot: Supergirl makes an army of Bizarro clones to fight Godship and its swarm off. At the beginning it looks like her strategy is working... until it's sown not even the Krypto-Bizarros are power enough.
    Supergirl: For the first few seconds, it seems like we might have a shot at winning this... but only the first few seconds. Even making super clones of Bizarro... they're still not powerful enough to win this fight.
  • Hulk Speak: Bizarros talk like this, omitting words or using wrong pronouns.
  • Idea Bulb: A light bulb appears above Bizarro's head when he figures out an easy way to explain his predicament to Supergirl. Bizarro being Bizarro, the light bulb is broken.
  • Imagine Spot:
    • When Kara sees Dr. Light kneeled over Bizarrogirl, she mentally visualizes her mother kneeling over a shackled Reactron.
    • And then she reminisces her cousin and she hugging after the destruction of New Krypton when she sees Bizarrogirl glomping Bizarro.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: At one point Bizarrogirl threatens to eat Jimmy, though she may not understand the implications of the threat.
  • Immune to Bullets:
    • The cover of issue #53 shows bullets bouncing off Kara.
    • Supergirl and Bizarrogirl are naturally bulletproof. Gangbuster shoots the latter, but bullets do nothing.
      Gangbuster: Tried to... get her away from everybody... Turns out she's not vulnerable... to bullets...
  • Important Haircut: Kara cuts her hair short after the New Krypton's debacle to try to change herself and forget her former life.
  • Inner Monologue: Kara does this several times when talking to her counterpart.
    Supergirl: I didn't tell her that's exactly how I felt after New Krypton. After my people killed thousands of innocent bystanders.
  • Innocent Bystander:
    • Thousands of innocent people were killed by Zod and his army during the Earth-New Krypton War. Kara feels guilty about it.
      Supergirl: She told me she wanted to live the rest of her life in this cave, punishing herself for killing that man. Said it was only right. I didn't tell her that's exactly how I felt after New Krypton. After my people killed thousands of innocent bystanders.
    • After arriving in Metropolis, Bizarrogirl tears up the place. Her rampage killed one person and hurt plenty more. Once she understands human concepts of "right" and "wrong" she is devastated and falls apart.
  • Insectoid Aliens: The Ash'ka'phageous resemble bipedal insects (unless the're travelling from a planet to another. Then they look like giant winged cocoons). They spawn swarms of bug-like critters.
  • Insistent Terminology: When Jimmy calls Bizarrogirl "Bizarro Supergirl", she growls "It am Bizarrogirl, Jimmy Olsen!"
    Jimmy Olsen: You're wrong, Bizarro Supergirl![...]
    Bizarrogirl: It am Bizarrogirl, Jimmy Olsen!
  • Intangibility: The Flash teached Supergirl how to vibrate at Superspeed to slip her molecules between those of solid objects in order to deal with enemies that try to freeze you by coating you in ice. Kara uses his lessons to escape when Bizarrogirl tries to encase her in stone. However it’s a last resort because she is usually not fast enough.
    The Flash: Mr. Freeze, Captain Cold, Minister Blizzard — All of them will try to freeze you dead in your tracks, coat you in ice. You gotta know how to counter. If you vibrate at Super Speed, your molecules will be able to slip between the molecules of whatever's freezing you.
  • Internal Homage: When Bizarrogirl is created, she floats upwards in a position which mirrors Supergirl's one in the cover of Action Comics #252 -her origin story- and spouts her same lines.
  • In the Back: Supergirl hits Bizarrogirl from behind when the latter is distracted.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Jimmy Olsen hurries up to search whatever is tearing up Metropolis so he can take pictures.
    Jimmy: And I'm gonna get closer to whatever's messing up downtown.
    Boy: What?! Why?
    Jimmy: So I can take a picture of it.
  • It's All My Fault: Kara blames herself for New Krypton's destruction and her people's genocide schemed by Lex Luthor and General Lane and carried out by her arch-enemy Reactron.
    Kara: "Gifts"? These "gifts" make a target, Lana. They make me dangerous to everyone around me. And as you'll recall, the last time I tried to help someone, I got a planet full of my people blown up —
    Lana: That wasn't your fault and you know it —
    Kara: It doesn't matter whose fault you think it was, Lana! 80,000 people were put in danger because of something I did... and then Supergirl couldn't save any of them.
  • It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: When Kara speaks aloud about extraditing Reactron to New Krypton illegally, she mutters: "I thought I was doing the right thing."
  • It's Personal: As having a nightmare, Supergirl slugs Superwoman while shouting: "You destroyed our planet!"
  • Just in Time: Jimmy Olsen saves a boy who was seconds away from getting squashed by a car.
  • Killed Mid-Sentence: Bizarro Lex Luthor is explaining to Supergirl and her twin the Godship's origin when a giant critter turns up all of sudden and chomps on him.
  • Kind Hearted Cat Lover: Kara still keeps her pet cat Streaky.
  • Knuckle Cracking: Supergirl cracks her knuckles -and makes her eyes glow to reinforce the effect- when she warns a giant critter that it can choose between spitting Bizarro Luthor out voluntarily or getting him cut out of its insides.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Supergirl and Dr. Light block Bizarrogirl's powers with light of a K-class star.
    Supergirl: Because I just had an interesting conversation with a brilliant scientist I know. Y'see, a yellow sun gives a Kryptonian powers and a red sun takes them away.
    Bizarrogirl: Bah! Science am boring!
    Supergirl: Ha. You are an imperfect Kryptonian clone, Bizarrogirl, super-powered by a blue sun. Dr. Light theorizes the light of a K-Class star will take your powers away.
  • Last of His Kind: After the destruction of New Krypton, Kal and Kara are again the last living Kryptonians, and on the verge of a break-down.
    Supergirl: My people are gone, Lana. All of them. Mom. Dad. Thara. Even poor Zal-Tel. Me and Kal are the only ones who...
  • Lightning Can Do Anything: In S.T.A.R. Labs, Dr. Light tries to filter Superwoman's DNA and restore her humanity by using several procedures such like running electricity through her body.
  • Literary Allusion Title: Issue #52's title "Looking Glass" is a shout-out to Alice in Wonderland.
  • The Lonely Door: While Supergirl is busy searching Bizarrogirl, villain Dollmaker abducts a child using a door which appears and disappears on a brick wall.
  • Losing a Shoe in the Struggle: It happens when Supergirl punches her counterpart so hard she flies away but her boot remains behind.
  • Lovely Angels: Supergirl and Bizarrogirl team up to defeat the godship and save Bizarro-World.
  • Magitek: According Dr. Light, a combination of science and magic was used to alter Lucy Lane’s DNA and give her Kryptonian powers.
    Dr. Kimiyo Hoshi: Superwoman was infused with several strains of alien D.N.A. using a combination of science and magic, giving her extraterrestrial abilities.
  • Mirror Match: Supergirl fights her imperfect duplicate twice.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: The godship's spawn have huge fang-filled mouths.
  • Muggle Foster Parents: At the beginning of the story Kara wants to become Lana’s niece officially.
  • Mundane Utility: Kara floats up to her bedroom's damaged ceiling to paint it white.
  • My God, What Have I Done?:
    • Supergirl extradited Reactron illegally, believing he would have a fair trial. Instead of it, he was tortured. And then he blew New Krypton up. She blames herself for all of it.
      Supergirl: I stood in that room and watched my mother torture that man for information. A man I'd taken back to New Krypton. A man I'd... I'd illegally extradited for his crimes. [...] I thought I was doing the right thing. I was "Supergirl", right? I always do the right thing. The man I took back, his name was Reactron. He was the end of my people. Because of me, they're gone.
    • When she fights alongside Supergirl, Bizarrogirl learns the difference between killing people and saving them... and she realizes what she killed a man back on Earth. She falls apart and decides to punish herself.
  • My Greatest Failure: Supergirl blames herself for being incapable of saving her family, her race and her planet.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!:
    • Kara extradited Reactron to Krypton illegally, unaware that Luthor turned him into a planet-buster human-bomb.
      Supergirl: I thought I was doing the right thing. I was "Supergirl", right? I always do the right thing. The man I took back, his name was Reactron. He was the end of my people. Because of me, they're gone. Kal said even super-people make mistakes.
    • Godship remained orbiting Bizarro World for days until Bizarro decided to kick it out. Bizarro thinks he might have made it mad because then it sent a swarm after him.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Supergirl gets smashed into a building and gets hurt, but her body doesn't get damaged.
  • Nightmare Sequence:
    • The story starts out with Kara reliving her final battle against Superwoman. As she is hitting the supervillain, accusing her from destroying her planet and causing a war, Superwoman retorts the Kryptonians were not blameless, Alura was far from innocent, and Supergirl killed her. Then her flesh melts off her face, and a legion of skeletons -including Supergirl's dead parents'- move in on Kara to drag her down with them.
    • During her trip to Bizarro World, Supergirl has another nightmare in where she finds herself in New Krypton again. She tries to warn people their planet is about to explode, but she has lost her voice. Then New Krypton explodes and Supergirl feels her flesh melting off.
  • Noodle Incident: Supergirl was gone for six weeks after the New Krypton-Earth War. Worried, Lana asks the Kryptonian girl where she went and what she did, but Kara doesn't want to talk about it.
    Lana: I don't want to pry, Linda, but... Where did you go?
    Kara: What?
    Lana: Well, you were gone for six weeks. I was worried when we didn't hear from you after all... of everything, so I just was wondering—
    Kara: Lana, it... it doesn't matter. Can we change the subject, please?
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Unsurprisingly, Bizarrogirl does not get the concept. During the trip back to Bizarro World she scares Supergirl to death when all of sudden she’s behind her and leaning past her shoulder.
  • Not So Different: Supergirl and Bizarrogirl are not really opposites as much as reflections. Supergirl realizes the fact as soon as she meets her.
    Supergirl: But then you happened. Everything I was thinking... Every emotion in my body... Every doubt I had inside... I saw all of them in your cracked face. You were like me.
  • Obliviously Evil: Bizarrogirl has no idea that she's really hurting people, and is horrified once the godship's attack forces her to understand what death is really about.
  • Oddball Doppelgänger: Bizarrogirl is loony, backwards Supergirl’s twin.
  • Oh, Crap!:
    • Jimmy has this reaction when he finds out the thing leveling Metropolis is a Bizarro.
      Jimmy: Holy—
    • Bizarro #1 has this expression when Bizarro Lois and Bizarro Jimmy catch him red-handed before he can leave the planet together with his cousin.
    • Supergirl swears when she sees Bizarro World crumbling apart.
      Supergirl: Oh, Rao.
      Bizarrogirl: (smiling) Swearing am un-ladylike, Bizarro Me. Me hate it!
      Supergirl: We're too late.
  • Oh My Gods!: During Supergirl's second nightmare, a Kryptonian woman exclaims: "Cythonna's teeth!", invoking an ancient Kryptonian goddess.
  • Our Hero Is Dead: In issue #55, Bizarrogirl turns Supergirl to stone and Jimmy screams Bizarrogirl has killed off her. The next issue, Kara shows she is alive and well.
  • Parental Substitute: Lana is taking care of Kara after the New Krypton-Earth War.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: After emerging from her rocket, Bizarrogirl tears Metropolis down.
  • Planet Eater: The "godship" is a planet-eating, space-faring, giant life-form.
  • Playing with Fire: Bizarrogirl breathes fire.
  • Power Crystal: Bizarrogirl's rocket ship is controlled by Sunstones, glowing crystals which perform a large array of tasks like building or information storing. Supergirl also learns information about the Bizarro race via a Sunstone.
  • Power Floats: Kara can fly and float. She hovers as she repairs a burned ceiling.
  • Power Glows: Dr. Kimiyo Hoshi -alias Dr. Light- glows when she creates constructs of solid white light.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner:
    • Supergirl delivers one before fighting her Bizarro.
      Bizarrogirl: Shhhh. You am too loud. Me am trying to have party, but me hate loud friends —
      Supergirl: That's too bad! Because I like making noise. (thinking) So not my best catch phrase.
    • Kara to a giant critter who has just eaten Bizarro Luthor.
      Supergirl: Cough up that Bizarro Luthor right now, monster... or else I'll cut him out of you.
  • Precocious Crush: Bizarrogirl has a crush on Bizarro!Luthor, much to the real Kara's disgust.
  • Preemptive Apology: Supergirl apologizes to Dr. Light before knocking her out and making off with her Bizarro clone.
    Supergirl: Dr. Light, I think you're going to be really mad at me later. And I'm really sorry.
    Dr. Light: "Sorry"? What for —
    Supergirl knocks her out with one uppercut.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Bizarrogirl has the intellect and personality of a scared, angry little girl.
  • Publicly Discussing the Secret: Kara and Lana argue about the former's actions during New Krypton and her unwillingness to become a hero again while standing in the street. Justified because a super-villain is trashing the neighborhood and people are too busy running away to pay attention to two women arguing.
  • Punch Catch: As dreaming she's fighting Superwoman, Supergirl sees Lucy to grab her arms right when she is hammering her down.
  • Punched Across the Room:
    • During Kara's nightmare, Superwoman smashes her into a wall.
    • Bizarrogirl's punches Supergirl through a sewer's ceiling and into a building.
    • And then Supergirl extricates herself from the wall, looks for Bizarrogirl and punches her out of Metropolis.
    • Bizarrogirl got tail-whipped across Bizarro Metropolis by a Godship's supplicant.
    • Godship threw Supergirl through the planet when she approached him.
  • Quit Your Whining: Lana tries to accept and respect Kara's choice to give up her hero job until Bizarrogirl tears up Metropolis. Then she coaxes Kara to stop from wallowing in self-pity and help out.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning:
    • Bizarrogirl's eyes are naturally red.
    • Supergirl's eyes glow red when she faces a critter which has just eaten Bizarro!Luthor, telling it better spits Luthor out... or else.
  • Red Is Heroic: In addition to the red-caped Supergirl, Gangbuster wears a red armor.
  • Red Shirt Army: The Bizarro Justice League are blasted into oblivion by Godship very, very quickly.
  • Running Gag: Bizarrogirl being knocked across the city and losing one boot in the process. The second time it happens, she screams: "Not Agaaaaaiiinnnn!"
  • Saving the World: Supergirl and Bizarrogirl team up to save Bizarro World, the former feeling compelled to help because she failed to save New Krypton.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Deconstructed. Previously Supergirl extradited super-villain Reactron to New Krypton illegally so he answered for his crimes. She thought she was doing the right thing, but he got a scam trial and got tortured for information. And then he revealed that her taking him to Krypton was a ploy to destroy the planet.
  • Security Cling:
    • After discussing about her name change and her need to move on and forget her roots and her past, Kara hugs Lana.
    • Bizarrogirl clings to Bizarro when she meets him upon returning to Bizarro World.
  • Shooting Superman: Gangbuster fires at Bizarrogirl. It does nothing, he knows it will do nothing -he lives in Metropolis!- but he keeps shooting.
    Gangbuster: Tried to... get her away from everybody... Turns out she's not vulnerable... to bullets...
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Lana is a green-eyed redhead and Supergirl's foster aunt.
  • Single Tear: When Kara sees Bizarro and Bizarrogirl embracing, she remembers Kal and herself hugging each other after the loss of New Krypton, and sheds a tear.
  • Skirt over Slacks: At one point of her fight against Bizarrogirl, Supergirl's blue short-pants can be seen when she lands.
  • Slasher Smile: A Dollmaker's human-like android displays a psychotic grin while he abducts a child.
  • Soft Glass: Averted. A car gets smashed into a cafe where Kara and Lana are having breakfast. The impact shatters the shop's window panes and Lana gets dozens of tiny cuts.
  • Starfish Aliens: The Ash'ka'phageous are a race of moon-sized planet-eaters. As travelling across space they take a chrysalis-like shape, but when they descend upon a planet they look like a kind of bipedal monstruos insect.
  • Stylistic Suck: Fitting with that world's backwards nature, Bizarro World's newspapers include children crayon doodles instead of pictures.
  • Super Breath:
    • Supergirl has freezing breath and Bizarrogirl fire breath. Both girls use their super breath powers against each other during their first bout.
    • Supergirl blows Jimmy away when she salvages Bizarrogirl's ship.
  • Super Senses: Kara installed mass-loaded vinyl throughout the walls of her room because her super-hearing kept her awake at night. She cannot hear what is happening while Bizarrogirl tears up the city, but she can feel explosions nearby.
  • Super Speed: Supergirl is barely fast enough to slip her molecules between the molecules of solid objects.
    The Flash: Mr. Freeze, Captain Cold, Minister Blizzard — All of them will try to freeze you dead in your tracks, coat you in ice. You gotta know how to counter. If you vibrate at Super Speed, your molecules will be able to slip between the molecules of whatever's freezing you.
  • Super Strength:
    • Kara breaks several layers of rock and steel easily as she bursts into Bizarrogirl's lair.
    • Bizarrogirl punches Supergirl so hard than Kara flies through the ceiling of a sewer and crashes into a building's wall which explodes upon impact.
  • Super Toughness:
    • Supergirl bursts into Bizarrogirl's lair, piercing through several layers of concrete and steel without scratch.
    • Kara gets slammed into a building. The brickwork explodes, the windows shatter and the steel beams get bent. Kara moans "Ow".
    • The Godship slams Kara through a planet (although to be fair, Bizarro World is significantly smaller than Earth).
  • Superpower Lottery: Bizarrogirl has Bizarro’s power set.
  • Survivor Guilt: Kara feels horribly guilty after New Krypton's destruction. Every night she has nightmares in where legions of dead accuse her from letting her family die and bringing destruction and pain eveywhere.
  • Symbol Swearing:
    • Supergirl as battling Bizarrogirl:
      Supergirl: How do you like being frozen, you Bizarro#$%#—
    • Supergirl swears in Kryptonese upon seeing Bizarro World partially destroyed.
      Supergirl: Oh, Rao.
      Bizarrogirl: (smiling) Swearing am un-ladylike, Bizarro Me. Me hate it!
  • Taken for Granite: Bizarrogirl’s Eye Beams nearly turn Supergirl to stone.
  • Take That!: Issue #57 mocks the much-maligned Justice League: The Rise of Arsenal mini-series. The original mini featured a widely-mocked scene where a doped up Arsenal hallucinates that a dead cat is his daughter Lian. The subsequent issue features a Bizzaro version of Arsenal... whose gimmick was a quiver full of dead cats which he uses as projectile weapons.
  • Tears of Blood: Bizarrogirl cries bloody tears when she realizes she killed a man.
  • Tempting Fate: Once on Bizarro World, Supergirl decides to explore the inside of godship even though Bizarro warns it's a bad idea. She believes he means it's a good idea and flies off, stating: "Don't worry. I'll be fine." The godship smashes her through the planet.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: At the beginning Kara declares that Supergirl is retired for good. Before the end of the next issue she is wearing her blue-and-red outfit again.
    Supergirl: Yeah. Just like Kara Zor-El, Supergirl's going away, too. For good.
  • That's No Moon!: Supergirl approaches “Godship” and sees it isn’t a ship but a moon-sized monster.
    Supergirl: It's not a ship.
  • There Was a Door: Supergirl bursts into Bizarrogirl's lair through the ceiling in spite of the huge hole nearby.
  • These Hands Have Killed: After understanding human concepts of "good" and "evil" and remembering she killed a man because he was loud, Bizarrogirl feels so horrified and guilty she chains herself to a rock. As she cries bloody tears she wonders if "self-punishment ever ends".
  • They Would Cut You Up: After helping defeat Bizarrogirl, Dr. Light wants to run tests on her. Supergirl quickly knocks Dr. Light out, picks her doppelganger and makes off with her because she doesn't want Bizarrogirl to become a guinea pig.
    Supergirl: Dr. Light was going to keep you. Run tests on you indefinitely. I couldn't let that happen.
  • Thinking Out Loud: During their trip to Bizarro World, Supergirl reflects outloud on the events which led to her retirement, her decision to go back to being Supergirl and taking her “twin” back to Bizarro World.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: The Girl of Steel swears when she sees Bizarro World crumbling apart, but her face is expressing this line instead.
    Supergirl: Oh, Rao.
    Bizarrogirl: (smiling) Swearing am un-ladylike, Bizarro Me. Me hate it!
    Supergirl: We're too late.
  • Throat Light: Orange light and heat pour out of Bizarrogirl's throat when she is about to expel fire. In addition, her eyes glow red.
  • Time Skip: The story starts out six weeks after the finale of “New Krypton”.
  • Tomboy: Bizarrogirl hates flowers because she hates feminine things.
  • Trespassing to Talk: In issue #57, Lana Lang walks into her office and finds Cat Grant sitting on her couch in the dark and wanting to talk about her connection with Supergirl.
  • Up, Up and Away!: Kara puts both fists forward when she flies furiously to engage her Bizarro version for the second and final time.
  • Waking Up Elsewhere: Jimmy is captured by Bizarrogirl and knocked out. When he comes around he is chained to a wall in Bizarrogirl's lair.
  • We Can Rebuild Him: Bizarro Luthor gets stomped by a critter. Bizarro assures that it does not matter since he can remake him.
    Bizarro: We will just make another Lex like I made him the first time.
  • We Need a Distraction: Supergirl and Dr. Light come up with a way to stop Bizarrogirl: Supergirl will engage her and keep her distracted as Dr. Light gets ready to shoot a depowering light blast.
  • What the Hell, Hero?:
    • Lana gets angry with Kara when the teenager won't even investigate an explosion.
      Lana: You're telling me you're not even going to go look? At all? What if someone needs your help? What if someone's hurt? Look around, Kara. People out there need you. You can use your gifts to —
      Kara: "Gifts"? These "gifts" make a target, Lana. They make me dangerous to everyone around me. And as you'll recall, the last time I tried to help someone, I got a planet full of my people blown up —
      Lana: That wasn't your fault and you know it —
      Kara: It doesn't matter whose fault you think it was, Lana! 80,000 people were put in danger because of something I did... and then Supergirl couldn't save any of them.
      Lana: Fine. You wanna wallow in self-pity and guilt while people need you? You want to ignore these people crying out for someone to help them? That's great. You do that, Kara. Just don't expect me to support you while you do it.
    • Bizarro Jimmy and Bizarro Lois chew Bizarro out when he tries to flee.
      Bizarron Jimmy: You am... leaving?!
      Bizarro Lois: Running away am not like Bizarro. That am more like Clark Kent! You don't want to be like Clark Kent, right, Bizarro?
      Bizarro: Rrr...
      Bizarro Lois: No, Bizarro #1! You can't run! You can't leave Bizarro World in hour of need!
  • Wingding Eyes: Bizarro World's Daily Planet depicts the Girl of Steel after being curbstomped by Godship with "x"'s for eyes to show that she's knocked out.
  • The Worf Effect: When both girls happened upon a godship's spawn, Bizarrogirl attacks right away. Her punch does nothing, and the critter merely tail-whips Bizarrogirl across Bizarro Metropolis.
  • X-Ray Vision: Kara uses her X-Ray vision to scan Gangbuster's hand, previously crushed by Bizarrogirl.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Bizarrogirl was sent to Earth by her cousin to escape to Bizarro World's destruction. Supergirl takes her back to her world, but her planet's half-eaten, and most locals hate her.

Bizarrogirl: We saved Bizarro World, Supergirl... So why do me now hurt inside?

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