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 Plastic Man

Plastic Man No. 1
November-December 1966
Cover: Plastic Man vs. Lynx, Dr. Dome, and Professor X //Gil Kane (signed)
Story: "The Dirty Devices of Dr. Dome" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Gaspar Saladino
Feature Character: Plastic Man II (of Earth-12; Eel O'Brian, Jr.; first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #7)
Supporting Characters: Gordon K. "Gordy" Trueblood, Micheline "Mike" DeLute III, Micheline DeLute II (hereafter known as Madame DeLute), Fawnish, Captain McSniffe (first appearance for all)
Intro: Robespierre and his mother, Hank, Officer Gosling, Countess Snidely
Villains: Dr. Dome, Lynx (first appearance for both), Professor X, Marvin and another crook (first and only appearance for all; not to be confused with the Professor X of Marvel's X-Men)
Comment: The Plastic Man who appears in DC's PLASTIC MAN #1-10 is not the Earth-Quality hero who appeared in Quality Comics PLASTIC MAN and POLICE COMICS, the Earth-2 / Earth-X hero who appeared in ALL-STAR SQUADRON, or the Earth-One hero who is first introduced in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #76, or the identity form of Robby Reed who appears in HOUSE OF MYSTERY #160.  Since this Plastic Man makes an appearance in INFERIOR FIVE #2, and the Inferior Five are revealed in OZ-WONDERLAND WAR #3 to live on Earth-12, we have designated the Plastic Man who appears in issues #1-10 of this comic as the Plastic Man of Earth-12.
 The Plastic Man of this series is revealed to be the son of an earlier Plastic Man in issue #7.
Synopsis: Plastic Man is marked for death by Dr. Dome, who hires a criminal scientist, Professor X, to destroy the Flexible Fighter.

Plastic Man No. 2
Cover: Plastic Man and cop vs. The Spider //Win Mortimer
Story: "The Three Faces of Plastic Man" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute, Fawnish, Captain McSniffe
Cameo appearances: The Spider, the Japanese Beetle, the Frog, Bulgdanov (as characters in Plastic Man's phony origin stories; first and only appearance for all)
Villains: Dr. Dome, Lynx, Lousy Louie, Matt the Rat (first and only appearance of last two)
Comment: In this story, it is revealed that Dr. Dome has been fighting Plastic Man for seven years.
Synopsis: To learn the true origin of Plastic Man as part of a plan to defeat him, Dr. Dome triplicates Lynx and sends her out to interview three of Plas's associates.  She gets three totally different origin stories.

Plastic Man No. 3
March-April 1967
Cover: Dr. Dome shooting holes in "ladder" Plastic Man as Micheline DeLute reaches for him //Joe Orlando
Story: "The Biggest Wheel In Town" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute, Captain McSniffe
Intro: Melvin, Barney, Rupert and his mother, Haverford Sluice, Mr. Scurvy, Dirvish (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Viz the Vicious, Nox the Nasty, Urglly the Ugly (first and only appearance for all)
Villains: Dr. Dome, Diablo and another henchman (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: Plastic Man tries to roll out a solution when the Duke of Wheelington claims a patent on the wheel.

Plastic Man No. 4
May-June 1967
Cover: Plastic Man as steam shovel, about to gobble up crook who is shooting at police //Carmine Infantino / Mike Esposito
Story: "Dr. Dome's Dame of Doom" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man (next appears in INFERIOR FIVE #2)
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute, Fawnish, Captain McSniffe
Villains: Madame Merciless, Ngolo and his henchman, Mr. Slinky and his gang (first and only appearance for all), Dr. Dome, Lynx (both next appear in issue #6)
Comment: Shortly after this story Plastic Man helps the Inferior Five deal with King Size in INFERIOR FIVE #2.
Synopsis: Dr. Dome hires a female criminal to take care of Plastic Man by hypnotizing him into being her slave.

Plastic Man No. 5
August 1967
Cover: Crook watching Assassin bend "barbell" Plastic Man over his knee //Carmine Infantino / Mike Esposito
Story: "The 1,001 Plas-Sassins" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man (last appearance in INFERIOR FIVE #2)
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute, Captain McSniffe
Villains: The Assassin, Sir Reginald Ratfinque, Jean LeFeet, Lefty McGoon, Ivan Byturnozov, and other members of SAPMALAL (Society to Assassinate Plastic Man And Live A Little; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man puts into action a scheme to masquerade as a villain called the Assassin, "kill" Plastic Man, and collect a $5,000,000 reward for charity.  But things go awry when a real Assassin appears.

Plastic Man No. 6
September-October 1967
Cover: Goldzinger using magnet on Plastic Man as Gordy tries to free him //Carmine Infantino / Mike Esposito
Story: "The Sly, Slippery, Slithery Sphinx" (14 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters:  Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute
Intro: Benjie and his girlfriend (only appearance for both)
Villains: Dr. Dome, Lynx (last appearance for both in issue #4; last appearance for both), and their gang, the Sphinx and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A super-strong crook named the Sphinx begins cutting into Dr. Dome's territory, so Dome joins forces with Plastic Man against him.

Story: "Menace of the Mad, Mad, Mod Goldzinger" (9 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute
Villain: Goldzinger (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Plastic Man encounters a gold-magnetizing crook called Goldzinger, whom Madame DeLute promptly signs up to trounce the Malleable Marvel.

Plastic Man No. 7
November-December 1967
Cover: Gorilla tying Plastic Man in knots //Carmine Infantino / Mike Esposito
Story: "Plastic Man's Fantastic Old Man" (23 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Win Mortimer
Feature Character: Plastic Man (origin revealed in this story, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #1)
Intro: Plastic Man I (of Earth-12; Eel O'Brian; mistakenly called "Eels" O'Brian in this story; origin revealed in flashback), Woozy Winks (of Earth-12), Mrs. Eel O'Brian (Plastic Man II's mother; in flashback), Miss Stankard (only appearance for all)
Supporting Character: Gordy Trueblood
Villains: The King, Queen, and Jack of Spades (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Gordy Trueblood feels bad when he reads that Plastic Man failed to stop the villainous King of Spades and his gang, until he learns that it was really the original Plastic Man, father of the current hero, who was involved.

Plastic Man No. 8
January-February 1968
Cover:  Six crooks stretching out Plastic Man //Carmine Infantino / Mike Esposito
Story: "The Unforgettable Wot's-Iz-Name" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Jack Sparling
Feature Character: Plastic Man
GS: The Chief (of Earth-12; Niles Caulder; first and only appearance)
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Captain McSniff, Madame DeLute,
Intro: Dr. Filmore Verbiage, Jack, Joe (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Weasel (Mr. Waisel), Tall Boy, Sharpshooter, Tiny, Pig Face, various crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man loses his memory, takes on the traits of three other people he encounters, and falls into the hands of criminals.

Plastic Man No. 9
March-April 1968
Cover: Plastic Man used as slingshot against Maharaja of Bajoor by Killer Joe //Jack Sparling
Story: "Joe, the Killer Pro" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Jack Sparling
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Micheline DeLute, Madame DeLute, Fawnish
Intro: Maharaja of Bajoor, Miss Zeftig (only appearance for both)
Villains: Killer Joe, Gus, Mr. Thisby and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: When a mysterious person wants Plastic Man killed, she does it right, hiring the professional's professional, Killer Joe.
 
Plastic Man No. 10
May-June 1968
Cover: Plastic Man vs. Plastic Man //Jack Sparling
Story: "The Terrible Plastic Twin" (24 pages)
Editor: Murray Boltinoff
Writer: Arnold Drake
Artist: Jack Sparling
Feature Character: Plastic Man (of Earth-12; last appearance)
Supporting Characters: Gordy Trueblood, Madame DeLute, Micheline DeLute, Fawnish (last appearance for all)
Villains: The Doll Maker (Marcel Mannequin) and his "dolls", various crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This is the last appearance of the Earth-12 Plastic Man.  With this issue, PLASTIC MAN suspends publication.
Synopsis: Gordy gets temporary plastic powers thanks to a transfusion from Plastic Man, but both of them are faced with the menace of the Doll Maker and his miniature mobsters.

Plastic Man No. 11
February-March 1976
Cover: Plastic Man vs. costumed crooks //Ramona Fradon
Story: "The Hamsters of Doom" (17 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Steve Skeates
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Tenny Henson
Feature Character: Plastic Man (of Earth-One; last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #123; see Comment below)
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks (of Earth-One), NBI Chief Branner (of Earth-One; name confirmed in ADVENTURE COMICS #468), Sundae Supplement, Gully Foyle (first appearance for all)
Intro: Neal Dennis, Edwin Maxwell, Frank Lloyd Van Skeet, Prissy Chichester, Prof. Theodore Von Holocaust (only appearance for all)
Villain: Dr. Forklift (first and only appearance)
Comment: The Earth-One Plastic Man appears in the following comics before this issue:
 PLASTIC MAN #17 (flashback): Origin of Plastic Man
 JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144 (flashback): Plastic Man teams up with Jimmy Olsen and the Blackhawks.
 BRAVE AND THE BOLD #76, 95, 123: Plastic Man teams up with Batman (and Metamorpho, in issue #123)
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy Winks find themselves up against men with the minds of hamsters, which is bad enough.  Later, they encounter hamsters with the minds of men...

Plastic Man No. 12
April-May 1976
Cover: Plastic Man and Sundae Supplement vs. Dr. Honctoff //Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez?
Story: "The Bogus-Men Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out" (17 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Steve Skeates
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Tenny Henson
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner, Sundae Supplement, Gully Foyle
Intro: Mrs. Tubbley, Musty Corridor, Sander Van Cedarchest, Hornsby (only appearance for all)
Villains: Carrot-Man (first appearance; next appears in issue #15), Dr. Honctoff, Bogus-Men (androids; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man must track down a batch of robbing androids and their creator, while dealing with a nutcase in a carrot suit who has decided to become a super-villain.

Plastic Man No. 13
June-July 1976
Cover: Robby Reed (as Plastic Man) vs. Plastic Man //Ernie Chua (signed)
Story: "If I Kill Me, Will I Die?"  (17 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Steve Skeates
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Robert Smith
Feature Character: Plastic Man
GS: Robby Reed (last appearance in HOUSE OF MYSTERY #173; next chronological appearance in flashback in NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERBOY #49; becomes Plastic Man, the Mole, King Kandy, Mighty Moppet, and the Human Starfish in this story)
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, Sundae Supplement, Gully Foyle, NBI Chief Branner
Intro: Amelia Roost, Max Headset and his Mail-Order Canadians, Hara Goon, Rachael Evans (only appearance for all)
Villain: Robby Reed
Synopsis: Plastic Man and company go for a vacation to a resort at which a hog-calling contest is being held, and at which a youth named Robby Reed is working, whose hero-forms have turned evil thanks to a rusty H-dial.

Plastic Man No. 14
August-September 1976
Cover: Plastic Man vs. Meat By-Product //Ernie Chua (signed)
Story: "Meat By-Product and Sludge" (17 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Elliot S! Maggin
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Mike Royer
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, Sundae Supplement, Gully Foyle, NBI Chief Branner
Intro: Dr. Sandra Charton, Gregory Rogat, Helga Helgenrustrom (only appearance for all)
Villains: Meat By-Product, Sludge (two monsters; first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: The Plastic Paragon faces two separate monsters spawned by...well...meat by-product and sludge.

Plastic Man No. 15
October-November 1976
Cover: Plastic Man vs. The Snuffer //Ramona Fradon / ?
Story: "The Snuffer" (17 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Steve Skeates
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Sundae Supplement, NBI Chief Branner, Woozy Winks
Intro: Seymour Wastely, Wally Savin, Biff "Crash" McBlammo (only appearance for all), Commissioner "Dead Eddy"
Villains: The Snuffer, Murray "the Swede" Schneidermann, Rice O'Rooney, various crooks (first and only appearance for all), Carrot-Man (last appearance in issue #12; last appearance), Boss Annova (first appearance), Kolonel Kool (Gully Foyle; first appearance as Kolonel Kool)
Synopsis: A crime syndicate wants to put Plastic Man out of business forever, so it hires a cyborg killer known as the Snuffer.

Plastic Man No. 16
February-March 1977
Cover: Plastic Man vs. crooks and Kolonel Kool //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: "Brains Washed While U Wait" (17 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Steve Skeates
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Sundae Supplement (last appearance), NBI Chief Branner (next appears in issue #20), Woozy Winks
Intro: Albert Ergberg (only appearance)
Other Character: Commissioner Dead Eddy (last appearance)
Villains: Kolonel Kool, Boss Annova and his gang (including Nerdley; last appearance for all)
Synopsis: Kolonel Kool takes over Boss Annova's gang and threatens Plastic Man and others with a brainwashing device.

Plastic Man No. 17
April-May 1977
Cover: Plastic Man, Woozy Winks, and Dolly Wile vs. the General and the Corporal //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: [untitled] (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: John Albano
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Feature Character: Plastic Man (origin revealed in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance)
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks, Dolly Wile (first appearance)
Intro: Willie Wile, Roger, Pearl and her friend, Miss Snoopbone (only appearance for all)
Villains: Skizzle Shanks (first appearance; in flashback; name revealed in his next appearance, in DC COMICS PRESENTS #93), another crook (in flashback), the General (Ron), the Corporal, and their gang, a sniper (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man's new girlfriend is threatened by a band of terrorists who want help from her bank-robber father.

Plastic Man No. 19
August-September 1977
Cover: Plastic Man, Woozy Winks, policeman, Marty Meeker, and two crooks //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: "The Mouse That Soared" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: John Albano
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Colorist: Liz Berube
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, Dolly Wile (voice only; last appearance)
Intro: Marty "the Mouse" Meeker, Nancy, Mr. Bivins, two Redinskians (aliens; first and only appearance for all)
Villains: Max the Knife and his gang, other crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A weakling is given super-powers accidentally by some aliens, and goes into action as a super-hero, causing problems for Plastic Man.

Plastic Man No. 20
October-November 1977
Cover: Plastic Man emerging from pizza box, two crooks, Edie, and Woozy Winks eating pizza //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: "The Snooping Snitches" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: John Albano
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: D. Schulman
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Character: Plastic Man (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #148)
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks (next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #467), NBI Chief Branner (last appearance in issue #16; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #467)
Intro: Edie (only appearance)
Villain: A giant android (first and only appearance)
Comments: This is the last issue of the first DC run of PLASTIC MAN.
 Plastic Man is fired from the NBI in this story.
 Sometime after this story, Plastic Man teams up with Batman to fight Big Jake Doyle in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #148.
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy Winks investigate a secret government project which is developing a giant android warrior.

Adventure Comics No. 467
January 1980
Cover: Starman vs. aliens; Plastic Man and Woozy Winks vs. crooks //Steve Ditko / Dick Giordano (Starman); Joe Staton / Bob Smith (Plastic Man)
Story: [untitled] (8 pages)
Editor, writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Feature Character: Plastic Man (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #148)
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner (last appearance for both in PLASTIC MAN #20)
Intro: Carlton Canary (only appearance)
Villains: Various assassins (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy Winks are assigned to bring in a syndicate informer for questioning, which becomes difficult when they learn the bus in which they are transporting him is filled with hired killers.

Adventure Comics No. 468
February 1980
Cover: Starman vignette; Plastic Man and Woozy Winks vs. Whirling Dervish //Jim Aparo (signed)
Story: [untitled] (10 pages)
Editor: Ross Andru
Writer: Len Wein
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner
Intro: Agent Cyfer (dies before this story opens), Ninotchka (only appearance)
Villain: Dmitri Dervish (first appearance; dies in this story), the Supreme Leader (voice only; first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: An NBI agent's murder leads Plas and Woozy to the ballet, where they find the killer may be a triple-jointed Russian star.

Adventure Comics No. 469
March 1980
Cover: Pinkeye shooting at Plastic Man and Woozy Winks; Starman vignette //Jim Aparo (signed)
Story: "Codename: Pinkeye" (10 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner
Intro: Trixie Vixon (only appearance)
Other Character: Dmitri Dervish (as a corpse; last appearance)
Villains: Supreme Leader (as a voice; last appearance), Pinkeye (Alex Pinkus; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy try to learn who killed Dmitri Dervish, and turn up with a laser-wielding albino as a foe.

Adventure Comics No. 470
April 1980
Story: [untitled] (8 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner
Intro: Alonzo Van Rivett (dead before this story begins)
Villains: Brickface (Mason Stucko), the Trowel (Terry Cotta), Cindy Bloch (first appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Plas and Woozy investigate the murder of a building contractor with mob ties, and come face-to-segmented-face with the criminal known as Brickface.

Adventure Comics No. 471
May 1980
Cover: Plastic Man and Woozy Winks vs. Brickface; Starman vs. Captain Krydd //Jim Starlin
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner (next appears in issue #474)
Villains: Brickface, the Trowel (last appearance for both), Cindy Bloch, Lowbrow (I. Q. Small; first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Woozy Winks learns why Brickface killed the contractor, but has to keep himself from falling 47 stories afterward.

Adventure Comics No. 472
June 1980
Cover: Starman and Mn'torr at crypt; Plastic Man as piano falling on crowd //Ross Andru / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: [untitled] (8 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks
Other Character: Cindy Bloch (dies in this story)
Intro: Granetta Bloch
Villains: Lowbrow, Max Largesse, G. Hapwell "Happy" Medean (first appearance of last three)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Cindy Bloch is murdered by the extremely stupid and short criminal Lowbrow, whose partners nevertheless get Plastic Man in a deadly predicament.

Adventure Comics No. 473
July 1980
Cover: Plastic Man and girl on roller coaster; Starman vignette //Ross Andru / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks

Other Character: Granetta Bloch (last appearance)
Villains: Lowbrow, Max Largesse, Happy Medean (last appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy strive to bring in the killers of Cindy Bloch.

Adventure Comics No. 474
August 1980
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner (last appearance in issue #471)
Intro: The Pigeon (only appearance)
Villains: Archie Type, Blind Ali, Acid-Tongue, the Skunk (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plas and Woozy must face three assassins of varying competence while trying to trap criminal Archie Type.

Adventure Comics No. 475
September 1980
Cover: Plastic Man, Aquaman, and Starman //Brian Bolland (signed)
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks
Villains: Even Steven, Dr. Meg LeMania (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: In Las Vegas, Plas and Woozy encounter Even Steven, a balance-crazy bandit who puts an extra handle on slot machines.

Adventure Comics No. 476
October 1980
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner (next appears in SUPER FRIENDS #45)
Intro: Mrs. Felicity Felix (dies in this story), Fong Woo (only appearance)
Villains: Cheeseface (Curt Whey), Edam O'Grottin (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy get on the route of killers who deal out explosive bottles of milk.

Adventure Comics No. 477
November 1980
Cover: Aquaman pelted by garbage; Starman and Mn'torr; Plastic Man vs. Roxanne Roller //Ross Andru / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Character: Plastic Man
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks
Intro: Cash Kwickly, Surefoot (a chimpanzee), Rod Sewage, Rupert Hoax, Morrie Banalo (only appearance for all)
Villain: Roxanne Roller (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: In California, Plastic Man and Woozy take on the totally awesome case of a skateboarding chimp kidnapped by a roller-skater.

Adventure Comics No. 478
December 1980
Story: [untitled] (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Character: Plastic Man (next appears in SUPER FRIENDS #43)
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks (next appears in SUPER FRIENDS #43)
Villains: T. Foster Fabricant, Minnastroni, Lucky, Sam Spudd (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Fabricant, Minnastroni, and Lucky are based on the Marx Brothers.
Synopsis: Plas and Woozy try to foil the theft of the Maltese Chicken by three crooks turned gumshoes turned crooks.

Super Friends No. 43
April 1981
Story: "Mouth-Trap" (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: Plastic Man (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #478; next appears in issue #45)
Supporting Character: Woozy Winks (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #478; next appears in issue #45)
Villains: Chatterbox (Lou Kwashus), Ice-Maven Izzy, Berlitz, Webster (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy take on a criminal deejay with a sonic weapon.

Super Friends No. 45
June 1981
Story: "One of Our Barbarians Is Missing" (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Character: Plastic Man (last appearance in issue #43; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #39)
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks (last appearance in issue #43; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #39), NBI Chief Branner (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #476; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #39)
Intro: Rheinhold Slaschenhacker, Jon Millitant (only appearance for both)
Villains: Rubberneck (Perry Skope), Puttyface (Mal E. Able; first and only appearance for both)
Comment: Shortly after this story Plastic Man and Woozy team with Superman to fight the Toyman in DC COMICS PRESENTS #39.
Synopsis: Two crooks trick an actor who thinks he is a barbarian hero into working with them, and Plastic Man and Woozy must sword things out.

World's Finest Comics No. 273
November 1981
Story: [untitled] (8 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Marty Pasko
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Plastic Man (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #39; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks, NBI Chief Branner (last appearance for both in DC COMICS PRESENTS #39; last appearance for both)
Intro: Helmut Horsesache (dies before this story begins), Agent O'Nigma (dies in this story), Anne O'Rexia, Pete Ophelia, Gloria Jerrybuilt, Bobby Dwarf (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Sergio Demente (first appearance; dies before this story begins)
Villains: Melvin Klone, Snookie Yields, Dr. Malcolm Feasance (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Sometime after this story Plastic Man joins the heroes of Earth in the crusade against the Anti-Monitor in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, then teams with Superman, Elastic Lad, and the Elongated Man against Malleable Man in DC COMICS PRESENTS #94, his last Earth-One appearance.
Synopsis: Plastic Man and Woozy must discover who is killing the celebrated (whether deserving or not) clothing designers of America.

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