Plastic Man appears in 1239 issues.
Abra Kadabra is the self-proclaimed Master of Magic from the 64th Century and an enemy of The Flash.
Originally a hero who helped confront the Anti-Monitor during the Crisis on Infinite Earths, he returned, embittered by the failures of New Earth's heroes, intent on restoring the Multiverse at any cost.
Created by Professor Ivo with revolutionary Absorption Cell Technology. This android can replicate the powers of any metahuman he encounters.
The Anti-Monitor is the Monitor's counterpart from the Anti-matter Universe. He is responsible for the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, was the sole Guardian of the Sinestro Corps and once, against his will, was the source of the Black Lantern Corps Central Power Battery.
Aquaman Predator is one of the Metapredators. This one is a counterpart of Aquaman.
Dr. Light is a recurring enemy of the Justice League and the Teen Titans, manipulating light energy for various nefarious purposes.
Plastic Man's villain.
Atom Predator is one of the Metapredators. This one is a counterpart of Atom.
A thug who was friend of Plastic Man before he becames a hero.
Baron Blitzkrieg has superhuman stregnth, invunerability, flight and a limited ability to channel his internal energies through his eyes, to create crude but destructive heat beams.
Batman Predator is one of the Metapredators. This one is a counterpart of Batman.
The Batman Who Laughs is the Dark Knight of Earth -22, and the chosen herald of Barbatos. He was infected by a nanotoxin in the Joker's bloodstream upon his enemy's death, and the combination of the Joker's depravity and Bruce Wayne's tactical mind created the deadliest villain his planet had ever seen.
Bizarro is an imperfect duplicate of Superman. Everything Bizarro does is deliberately backwards or the opposite of normal.
The original champion of the Wizard, Black Adam turned to brutality and ruthlessness to protect innocents after the murder of his family. Seeing him as corrupt, the Wizard punished Adam with eternal imprisonment within the tomb of Ramesses II. Following his escape, he overthrew Kahndaq's tyrant by force, becoming the country's defender and one of the most powerful enemies of Billy Batson AKA ‘Shazam’.
Brainiac is one of Superman's oldest and most powerful foes. A techno-organic being with a twelfth-level intellect and hyper-advanced technology, he travels the multiverse seeking civilizations to shrink and abduct, which he then adds to his collection of captured worlds. He has been responsible for the extinction of countless cultures and the deaths of untold billions.
Police officer who dislikes Plastic Man.
The ultimate physical specimen, Captain Nazi is an incomparable athlete and a master of hand to hand combat. He is a longtime foe of Captain Marvel as well as being the archenemy of Captain Marvel Jr.
Bizarro version of Metamorpho.
Circe is a legendary sorceress from Greek mythology who acts as a super-villain and enemy to Wonder Woman. Immortal and undying, she is a centuries-old enchantress with goddess-level powers. Her place in history is famous for Homer's Odyssey.
Basil Karlo was an actor who upon discovering that a remake of one of his classic horror movies was being made went insane and began killing the cast and crew, wearing the mask of the film's villain Clayface, until stopped by Batman. Initially having no superpowers, Karlo joined with a group of other "Clayfaces" and stole their combined powers, allowing him to shapeshift into any forms he wants.
A version of Batman from the Dark Multiverse who destroyed Darkseid and took on his power.
Uxas, famously known as Darkseid, is the supreme monarch of the ecumenopolis, Apokolips. Widely regarded as one of the Justice League's worst adversaries, the greatest enemy of New Genesis and one of the biggest threats to the DC Multiverse, he seeks to bend everything to his will and remake the cosmos in his image, while searching for the Anti-Life Equation, an equation which seemingly consists of immense power that has the potential to dominate all life in the DC Multiverse.
Dawnbreaker is the Batman of Earth -32, as well as the Green Lantern of that universe's Sector 2814. A young Bruce Wayne received a green power ring mere moments after his parents were murdered, and in his rage the ring's power was corrupted to give way to a dark force that consumed him.
Plastic Man had been a crook named Patrick "Eel" O'Brian when he was shot by a security guard and struck by a falling drum full of an unidentified acid, some of which entered Eel's wound. He was saved by a mysterious order of monks whose example cured his penchant for crime. The acid bath gave him the ability to change his shape. He wore dark glasses and a red-and-yellow costume as flexible as his body. Whatever shape he took, the colors remained the same, so there might be a red-and-yellow chandelier over a table full of plotting gangsters, or a red-and-yellow abstract painting hanging on the wall, but the villains never caught on until it was too late.
Plastic Man soon acquired sidekick Woozy Winks, a doofus who was originally magically enchanted so that nature itself would protect him from harm. That eventually was forgotten and Woozy became simply a dumb but loyal friend of Plastic Man.
Albert Desmond used a special gun to commit crimes as Mr. Element. Later, he discovered the fabled Philosopher's Stone and used it to do battle with a number of heroes, most often the Flash.
A super-villain who uses his superior mind and dreaming powers, centered on an invention called the Materioptikon, to commit crimes.
Mad scienist with a dome-shaped helmet and Plastic Man's arch-enemy in his early adventures.
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