Plastic Man appears in 1238 issues.
A famed wartime super-group which included almost all the heroes of the time, combining members of the Justice Society of America, Freedom Fighters and the Seven Soldiers of Victory with assorted solo heroes. The team was briefly revived by Alan Scott during the Final Crisis storyline.
Batman Inc. is the result of Bruce Wayne using the concept and idea of Batman to counter-act the idea of crime. His goal is to make Batman a global franchise and stop crime around the world.
Short lived team of 4 very elastic men that had a tangle with Superman
United States federal criminal investigation and internal intelligence agency.
Strongly against Superman's creation of the One-Earth Regime, Batman summons as many heroes he can find who have yet to side with Superman's dictatorship in order to combat it from the shadows.
A group of heroes who oppose Dark Arcana
Sanctioned by the United Nations, the Justice League International is designed to be a publicly accountable answer to the Justice League.
He is made a full time Leaguer in JLA (1997) #16 after infiltrating the Injustice League disguised as Joker under orders from Batman.
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.
Initially formed as a special missions task force working with the UN, the JLTF eventually became the Justice League training team for younger heroes under the sometimes strict but watchful eye of J'onn J'onzz.
A team that, somewhat overzealously, protected the world against threats in an alternate timeline created during the events of Trinity.
The Super Friends is a more kid friendly version of the Justice League of America and was a popular television show during the 1970s. Several volumes used the popularity of the shows name for titling.
Based of the Kenner toy line and a spin-off to the Super Friends.
Original Member, sucked into the Dark Mutiverse in Terrifics #1
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