- I enjoy a good stretch!
- -- Plastic Man
Appearing in Plastic Man: "The Menace of Serpina"Edit
- Madame Serpina (Single appearance)
- Mr. Hardwich
- Tony (a thug)
- Mammo the Strongman
- Bobo (a snake) (Death)
- Sylvester Smirk
- Pulman Coach
- Broker Club
- Gayway Amusement Park
Synopsis for Plastic Man: "The Menace of Serpina"EditPatrick's friend Pulman Coach asks him to find his missing business associate Sylvester Smirk. Plastic Man finds him being squeezed by Bobo the boa constrictor. Hardwich hired Madame Serpina to kill his business rival Smirk. Plastic Man kills the snake and fights off Serpina’s circus strongman admirer Mammo, saving Smirk and helping him close his business deal.
Appearing in Manhunter: "The Blue Room of Blanding's Castle"Edit
- Hugh Blanding
- Alice Blanding
- Officer Clancy
- Robert Drake
- Blanding's Castle
- The Blue Room
Synopsis for Manhunter: "The Blue Room of Blanding's Castle"EditAn insane woman kills men in a special blue room inside Blanding's Castle, and her uncle tries to hide this secret from Manhunter and the authorities.
Appearing in Phantom Lady: "Phantom Lady vs. the Spider Widow"Edit
- The Boss
- Chuck (Death)
- Officer Mike
Synopsis for Phantom Lady: "Phantom Lady vs. the Spider Widow"EditPhantom Lady receives a letter from the Spider Widow challenging her to duel to see who is the most capable crime fighter. However, Spider Widow has also received the same letter from Phantom Lady. During their duel, they realize they've been set-up by a couple of gunmen, who try to shoot them down.
Appearing in The Spirit: "Oriental Agents"Edit
- Foreign Agents
- Ebony White
- Homer Creep
- Captain O'Rourke
- Wildwood Cemetery
- The Dizzy Jive Club
- A Secluded Valley
Synopsis for The Spirit: "Oriental Agents"EditHomer Creep, Ellen Dolan's ex-fiancee, is kidnapped by foreign agents who put him under a hypnotic spell to kill a man.
Appearing in Human Bomb: "Introducing the Bombardiers"Edit
- The Bombardiers (First appearance)
- Miss Red Rogers
- Montague T. McGurk (Curly)
- Swordo the Sword Swallower
- An Un-named Japanese Soldier (Death)
- James (Ms. Roger's chauffeur)
- Tommy Rogers (Ms. Roger's brother) (Death)
- Chemical 27-QRX Capsules
Synopsis for Human Bomb: "Introducing the Bombardiers"Edit
Roy Lincoln and two other fellows are turned down from joining the United States Army, so they all attempt to get to Tokyo to fight the Japanese. Overheard by Red Rogers, she flies them to Tokyo [the men are unaware that Red's brother is being held captive by the Nipponese], but first Roy reveals his secret identity and offers the group capsules that contain his secret formula to become explosive!
- 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.
- "Oriental Agents" was originally printed in The Spirit comic strip (9/29/1940) by Register and Tribune Syndicate.
- The Menace of Serpina is reprinted in Plastic Man Archives Volume 2.
- "Phantom Lady vs. the Spider Widow" and "Introducing the Bombadiers" are both reprinted in The Quality Companion (TwoMorrows Publishing, 2011).
- There is a billboard ad for Pepsi Cola in the Plastic Man story.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Read the complete issue at the Digital Comic Museum
- Police Comics #21 entire issue
- Police Comics #21 index entry
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks