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"Plastic Man: "Presenting the Man Who Can't Be Harmed"": When Woozy Winks saves the life of Zambi the Soothsayer, little did he realize that he'd be rewarded with invulnerability and immunity to pain. To decide his course in life, he flips a coin and pursues a life of crime, soon becoming partne


Quote1 This is where the Mouthpiece gets off! Quote2
-- the Mouthpiece



Appearing in Plastic Man: "Presenting the Man Who Can't Be Harmed"

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  • Mister Mire

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  • Homer Twitchel
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Synopsis for Plastic Man: "Presenting the Man Who Can't Be Harmed"

When Woozy Winks saves the life of Zambi the Soothsayer, little did he realize that he'd be rewarded with invulnerability and immunity to pain. To decide his course in life, he flips a coin and pursues a life of crime, soon becoming partners with Eel O'Brien. But Plas talks Woozy into turning himself in, but when he does, the Police discover that Woozy's powers prevent him from being held. So a deal is made for Woozy to help Plastic Man capture Eel O'Brien!

Appearing in "Dewey Drip"

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Appearing in 711: "The Man Who Killed Deek Dakin"

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Appearing in Chic Carter: "The Rat Trap"

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Appearing in Firebrand: "The Sinister Peanut Vendor"

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  • Joan Rogers (Final appearance)
  • Slugger Dunn (Final appearance)

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Appearing in Steele Kerrigan: "Machine Gun Clarkson"

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Appearing in Burp the Twerp:"The Alaskan Caper"

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Appearing in The Spirit: "Johnny Marston"

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Appearing in "Super Snooper"

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  • Super Snooper

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Appearing in Phantom Lady: "The Phony Phantom Lady"

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Synopsis for Phantom Lady: "The Phony Phantom Lady"

The authorities begin a search for the Phantom Lady, who was seen blowing up a neutral foreign consul building. The real Phantom Lady, however, is soon captured by the spies responsible and they intend to use her to drive to the White House so they can attack and destroy it.

Appearing in The Human Bomb: "The Living Dead of Skull Valley"

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Synopsis for The Human Bomb: "The Living Dead of Skull Valley"

When The Human Bomb travels to Skull Valley to take on the Living Dead, he discovers them to actually be Nazis, so he fells them with a paralyzing gas.

Appearing in Dick Mace: "Dark Bayou"

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Appearing in The Mouthpiece: "The Human Bomber"

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Appearing in Manhunter: "The Theater Murder"

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Synopsis for Manhunter: "The Theater Murder"

Manhunter faces a costumed foe named Samson, who is not only a strongman, but a murderer as well.

Notes

  • All Quality Comics characters and the distinctive likeness(es) thereof were originally Trademarked & Copyright © 1951 Quality Comics. The characters and the distinctive likeness(es) thereof were acquired by DC Comics in 1956. While some of the properties acquired did not have copyright and trademarks renewed, some of those depicted here are Trademarks & Copyright © 1973-2008 DC Comics, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • Earth-Two:
  • Firebrand:
    • Captions refer to Slugger as Ensign Reilly's shipmate
    • Joan Rogers has been coincidentally temporarily assigned to the Red Cross effort in Cairo, in the far Pacific, and now back in an American city, every time Ensign Reilly and enlisted sailor Dunn have gone ashore.
    • This is the final Golden Age appearance of Firebrand. He appears next in Justice League of America #193.
  • This is the final appearance of the Mouthpiece.
  • Plastic Man: "Presenting the Man Who Can't Be Harmed" is also reprinted in DC Special #15, Plastic Man 80-Page Giant #1 and Plastic Man Archives Vol. 1.
  • Spirit: "Johnny Marston" was originally printed in The Spirit comic strip #6/30/1940 by Register and Tribune Syndicate. It is reprinted in the Spirit Archives, Volume 1.
  • This is the final appearance of Steele Kerrigan.

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