Lately, I have been thinking of Bizarro World. This is odd since I never really read many Superman comics growing up. I was mostly Marvel. What I know of Bizarro world comes mainly from watching cartoons and the general cultural osmosis, despite being an obscure comic book Bizarro even made it onto Seinfeld. What has provoked me into thinking about it is not the cultural history of the term, but its contemporary relevance. We seem to be living in an inverted world of sorts: capitalists call themselves workers, white supremacists claim to be an oppressed minority, and so on. Everything seems upside down.