History ComicBook / PlasticMan

28th Aug '16 6:55:43 PM AnotherGuy
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*** In an issue of JLA, Wonder Woman is at home, about to change her clothes, and suddenly turns and addresses the red and yellow light fixture on the wall: "If my body were the last thing you ever saw, would it be worth it?". Plas sheepishly departs.

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*** In an issue of JLA, Wonder Woman is at home, about to change her clothes, and [[http://i.stack.imgur.com/4OHRU.png suddenly turns and addresses addresses]] the red and yellow light fixture on the wall: "If my body were the last thing you ever saw, would it be worth it?". Plas sheepishly departs.
28th Aug '16 6:54:02 PM AnotherGuy
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** One in-story example: in a JLA issue, he posed as Big Barda's dress. It took the rest of the League to hold back her UnstoppableRage upon discovering.

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** One in-story example: in a JLA issue, [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/18993/664668-jla_33_2.jpg he posed as Big Barda's dress.dress]]. It took the rest of the League to hold back her UnstoppableRage upon discovering.
5th Aug '16 1:59:46 AM Psychadelico
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* WeaksauceWeakness: The Kyle Baker run gave him a few (high and especially low temperatures, [[HollywoodAcid acetone]], and ''[[OnlyLikeCanCutLike rubber bullets]]'') to keep his NighInvulnerability from becoming a story-breaker. None of these are shown to actually be deadly to him, [[SlapStick but they do hurt.]]

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* WeaksauceWeakness: The Kyle Baker run gave him a few (high few: high and especially low temperatures, [[HollywoodAcid acetone]], and ''[[OnlyLikeCanCutLike rubber bullets]]'') to keep his NighInvulnerability from becoming a story-breaker.bullets]]''. None of these are shown to actually be deadly to him, [[SlapStick but they do hurt.]]
5th Aug '16 1:57:36 AM Psychadelico
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** "Ew! You melted my butt!"

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** "Ew! "Ew... You melted my butt!"
5th Aug '16 1:55:44 AM Psychadelico
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** "Ew! You melted my butt!"
5th Aug '16 1:54:16 AM Psychadelico
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* WeaksauceWeakness: The Kyle Baker run gave him a few (high and especially low temperatures, [[HollywoodAcid acetone]], and ''[[OnlyLikeCanCutLike rubber bullets]]'') to keep his NighInvulnerability from becoming a story-breaker. None of these are shown to actually be deadly to him, [[SlapStick but they do hurt.]]
14th Jun '16 4:04:15 AM rafi
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** Batman has said that if Plastic Man decided to go evil, not even the entire Justice League could stop him.



* ObfuscatingStupidity: "I only ''act'' dumb, sister."

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* ObfuscatingStupidity: He is usually portrayed as being ''genuinely'' a bit dopey. During "World War III," Creator/GrantMorrison's final story arc for ''{{JLA}}'', however, he reveals that, thanks to his longtime friendship with a CListFodder hero named the Red Bee, he knows just about everything there is to know about "apian management." Since an alien [[EvilOverlord Evil Overlady]] named the Queen Bee is taking over New York City, and all the big-name heroes are busy on the Moon, Plastic Man ends up masterminding their victory. [[ComicBook/NewGods Big Barda]] even mentions how out of character this is for him, remarking, "This almost seems like a plan." To which he responds (while disguised as a big clown), "I only ''act'' act dumb, sister."
13th Jun '16 10:59:39 PM drac0blade
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In this new version, Plasic Man was never rehabilitated by monks, and briefly considered suicide in the first issue because he considered himself no longer human, until he decided to become a hero instead. Woozy, meanwhile, was now a former mental patient who got booted out of his comfortable padded cell thanks to "something called 'Reaganomics.'" While it was slightly more mature, it was mature the way "Ren and Stimpy" was more mature then "Loony Tunes."

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In this new version, Plasic Plastic Man was never rehabilitated by monks, and briefly considered suicide in the first issue because he considered himself no longer human, until he decided to become a hero instead. Woozy, meanwhile, was now a former mental patient who got booted out of was quite content in his comfortable padded cell before he got booted out thanks to "something called 'Reaganomics.'" While it was slightly more mature, it was mature the way "Ren and Stimpy" was more mature then "Loony Tunes."
13th Jun '16 10:57:13 PM drac0blade
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* TheAtoner

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* TheAtonerTheAtoner: For his criminal past.
13th Jun '16 10:56:04 PM drac0blade
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ComicBook/PostCrisis, they changed Plastic Man's origin to make him DarkerAndEdgier - a little. Sorta. "Dimmer and Slightly More Pointed" might work better.

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ComicBook/PostCrisis, they changed Plastic Man's origin to make him DarkerAndEdgier - a little. Sorta. DarkerAndEdgier...ish. Kinda. "Dimmer and Slightly More Pointed" might work better.
Pointed," more like.
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