Plastic Man (Eel OBrian)

The Religious Affiliation of
Plastic Man
Eel O’Brian

Religion: Christian (denomination unknown) CBR Scale: I

Name: Plastic Man

Alter Ego: Eel O'Brian

Other Names: Patrick "Eel" O'Brian; The Eel

Classification: hero hero  

Publisher(s): Quality

First Appearance: Police Comics #1 (Aug. 1941): "The Origin of Plastic Man"

Creators: Jack Cole

Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes

Number of Appearances: 636

   Comic Book Appearances: 566

   TV, Film Appearances: 70

Teams/Affiliations: All-Star Squadron; Freedom Fighters; Justice League of Anarchy; The Justice League

Worked for: Mammoth City Police Department

Race: white

Gender: male

This character is in the following 221 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Action Comics (vol. 1) #769 (Sep. 2000): "Supermanamrepus"
Adventure Comics
All-Star Squadron #50 (Oct. 1985): "Crisis Point!"
America vs. the Justice Society
Batman: The Brave and the Bold #1 (Mar. 2009): "The Panic of the Composite Creature" (only on cover)
Big Bang Presents #1 (July 2006): "On the Warpath with Willie Wampum!" (character based on)
Catwoman (vol. 3) #77 (May 2008): "Waking Up On the Wrong Side of the Universe, Part Three" (2-panel cameo)
DC Heroes Secret Files & Origins #1 (Feb. 1999): "Lost Pages "Above Top Secret"" (cameo)
DC One Million
Harley Quinn #23 (Oct. 2002): "Men are from Mars -- Women are from Hell!" (cameo)
Joker: Last Laugh
Justice League of America
Justice League: Cry for Justice
Justice Society of America (vol. 3) #22 (Feb. 2009): "One World, Under Gog, Part VII: Thy Will Be Done" (cameo)
Last Days of the Justice Society of America Special (1986): "The Last Days of the Justice Society"
Plastic Man
Police Comics
The Super Friends (vol. 1) #45 (June 1981): "One of Our Barbarians Is Missing!" (lead character)
Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #149 (May 1972): "The Case of the Ancient Clues" (lead character)
Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #175 (Dec. 2001): "The Witch and the Warrior, Part Two: Girl Frenzy"
World's Best Comics: Golden Age Sampler (Oct. 2003): "The Granite Lady" (lead character)

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