Kyle Baker's Plastic Man[ edit ] Plastic Man — , written and illustrated by Kyle Baker , harkens back to the Jack Cole version of Plastic Man featuring Eel O'Brian tended to by a monk in a mountain retreat, and inspired by the monks kindness, Eel resolves to use his powers for good, becoming the crime fighter Plastic Man, and works for the FBI. Almost everything by Nicki Minaj. Batman declares that Plastic Man is the most powerful superhero in the room. Whether this is an inherent flaw in his powers or a mental block had never been explained, whereas, his son, Offspring, also gained his father's powers, but is able to mimic any color he chooses; Offspring's introduction revealed that Plastic Man could change color, turning his nose blue to prove to Batman that he could, but it apparently took a great deal of concentration just to accomplish that much. The alteration that Plastic Man was initially in the superhero business for the money has had an effect on his character development, notably in the storyline "Divided We Fall" by Mark Waid where he, along with other Justice League members, was separated into two people, his normal "civilian" identity and his superhero persona, by the manipulative wish-granting Id. In what must be the most blatant example ever, the song "Fuck Me On The Dance Floor" by Princess Superstar manages to push this trope so far that one starts wondering if it is using sex as a metaphor for dancing instead of the other way around, as is traditional. He is resistant to high velocity impacts that would kill an ordinary person, resistant to blasts from energy weapons Batman once mentioned that he could presumably even withstand a nuclear detonation , and is bulletproof. After the four of them made it back to their world, Mister Terrific tries to leave the three of them at Simon Stagg's compound only to be drawn back to them. Eventually, Batman convinced Plas to return to his life as a super hero again when they needed his shape-shifting skills and immunity to telepathy to defeat the Martian Manhunter, who had regressed to a racial memory of the long-forgotten 'Burning Martians' after overcoming his weakness to fire. Plastic Man was once a very talented professional thief. Vixen breaks them up. He immediately determined to use his new abilities on the side of law and order, donning a red, black and yellow later red and yellow rubber costume and capturing criminals as Plastic Man. Plastic Man's real name is Edward O'Brian in this continuity, instead of Patrick, living in the suburbs with his wife Ramona, a baby, and a dog. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.