I dunno - for crazy Silver Age stuff, probably created under Weisinger, this ain't bad writing. True, it's terribly uneven - they barely notice Triplicate Girl's 'death', and then they spend about ten seconds going 'yaay! She's back!' before dropping that to focus on the punchy stuff - but what works actually works rather well. Although TG's death IS handled rather cavalierly, the fact that she DOES die (or part of her, anyway), along with a number of innocent civilians (or so it's implied) make Computo a fairly dangerous menace, for the Silver Age. Considering that most villains of the era only went as far as setting up easily-beaten deathtraps, Computo is clearly a robot to be taken seriously. Also, despite the fact that it winds up being punctured by her, uh, not being dead, Triplicate Girl's funeral is actually a rather nice moment. The concept of an intergalactic space graveyard for dead superheroes is an interesting one, and if it weren't for the one character who died due to an alien version of a banana peel, this would actually be rather moving. I almost get the feeling that Seigel started to write the scene as a straight death scene, only to have in intercepted by Weisinger, who bawled him out and demanded that it be fixed. And, I'm sorry, I like the Bizarro-Computo. Bizarros are just so weird that they can't help being funny, at least in my opinion. "Oh, goody! Me am being destroyed! How very nice!" Oh, and the Joker's looking rather dapper in that picture.