Invincible in “Doppelgänger” by Matt Duarte
Description: Mark Grayson, in his civilian clothes, is inside his local comic book shop. He is looking at some comics on the stands while another customer and the owner of the shop discuss in the foreground over the counter.
CUSTOMER: Listen, he doesn't have his own arch nemesis. Where's his Luthor, or Joker, or Green Goblin?
OWNER: Well what about his father? That's as bad as they come...
Description: Mark has joined the customer and the owner at the desk.
MARK: What are you guys talking about?
OWNER: Invincible. He doesn't think he have a decent rogue gallery.
CUSTOMER: Sure, the father thing is very poetic, but they only fought once, you know?
Description: Same as before, Mark is talking very solemnly, obviously trying to defend the honour of his alter ego.
MARK: It's not about building a rogue's gallery. It's about stopping criminals and putting a stop to them. When you think about it, the fact that these fictional characters have a rogue galleries that constantly come back to haunt them means that they are not doing their job right.
Description: The owner and the customer have gone back to discussion, completely ignoring Mark.
CUSTOMER: You know what would be cool?
Description: Invincible stands by himself on the moon. Except this is Bizarro Invincible, his suit is purple and red, and he is badly scarred and with a bald head.
BIZARRO-INVINCIBLE: ME AM VINCIBLE!