Subverted: An elemental goddess is in the process of bestowing Blaze Infernoheat with his powers, hinting that they will be something that is very fitting for him. He ends up getting earth-based powers.
"Blaze Infernoheat" turns out to be an alias, and his real name is Clay S. Tone.
Blaze then learn to use magma powers and improvise them to create fire.
Parodied: Everyone has a name that not only perfectly details what they do, but is also completely unrealistic. For example, Mocha Espressocinno is obsessed with coffee.
Zig Zagged: Blaze Infernoheat is given earth-based powers. However, it turns out that his real name is Clay S. Tone, but as soon as he reveals this his powers suddenly become water-based. Meanwhile, his nemesis Gig A. Wattson has electricity-based powers, but his evil sidekick Neptune Atlantic controls fire. But Neptune Atlantic turns out to be an alias and HIS real name is Blaze Infernoheat.
Blaze Infernoheat has no particular relation to fire.
The author carefully made sure that no character's name means anything, no matter how unrealistic they have to sound to do that.
"He has fire-based powers, so we should give him a fire-based name to fit them."
This could make it easier to remember which name goes with which character.
Lampshaded: "Did your parents name you hoping you'd be a pyromaniac?"