Plastic Man is a Caucasian male with short black hair. His eyes are obscured by large black goggles. He wears a red tunic with a series of laces on the front. Around his waist, his costume has a yellow and black band. He wears no shoes.
Plastic Man had a long criminal record.He became a hero in 2003.
Plastic Man was one of a number of Justice League members who responded to the emergency in Metropolis. He had taken the form of a drill to attempt to tunnel into Metropolis, but found that the force field surrounding the city was a sphere going underground.
With the barrier between them, Plastic Man was unable to help Batgirl in her fight with Match, no matter how much he tried to breach the force field.
Metropolis December 1, 18:20EST
Plastic Man noticed a trench appearing around the force field, and concluded the beam from the ship made the bubble shrink. He watched as Batgirl finished off her fight with Match, though she was knocked out in the process.
Metropolis December 1, 18:33EST
Plastic Man watched as Black Lightning helped Batgirl back up.
Metropolis December 1, 19:03EST
As soon as the force field was shut down, Plastic Man bridged the trench that had appeared. Plastic Man noticed the others were some 20 percent smaller. Upon learning they would be regrown, Plastic Man remarked that he was malleable anyway, so it did not matter to him.
Metropolis December 1, 22:03EST
As all heroes met up to discuss the next steps, Plastic Man showed Batgirl how the resizing had affected him.
When magnetic field disruptors planted by the Reach threatened the Earth, Plastic Man joined 39 other heroes of Earth in a briefing in Metropolis City. The heroes would use a computer virus provided by Lex Luthor to safely disable the disruptors. The heroes were paired off with another into twenty squads: one member would run interference against weapons guarding the disruptors, allowing the other to get close enough to plant the virus.Plastic Man was assigned to Gamma Squad, and worked alongside Flash.
Within thirty minutes, all squads had succeeded in their mission.
Powers and abilities
Plastic Man has the ability to stretch his body, and assume the shape of other objects.
Plastic Man is a hero originally published by Quality Comics in the Golden Age, and eventually acquired by DC Comics.
This is his sixth animated appearance. He first appeared in one episode of Super Friends, then starred in his own series Plastic Man, had a cameo in Justice League: The New Frontier, a failed pilot called Puddle Trouble and he had multiple guest appearances in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Though he didn't appear, he was mentioned in Justice League Unlimited.