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5 Aug 2008
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On DVD: ******* This show was shown right after The Superfriends on the ABC Network. It featured various adventures of the DC Comics superhero Plastic Man. This show featured many adventures in different segments: Plastic Man, Baby Plas, Plastic Family, Mighty Man & Yukk, Fangface and Fangpuss, and Rickety Rocket.
6 Oct 2009
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On DVD: ******* This show was shown right after The Superfriends on the ABC Network. It featured various adventures of the DC Comics superhero Plastic Man. This show featured many adventures in different segments: Plastic Man, Baby Plas, Plastic Family, Mighty Man & Yukk, Fangface and Fangpuss, and Rickety Rocket.
6 Oct 2009
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23 Jul 2007
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MaxBack (*******www.maxback****) pays cash for used cell phones and electronics. MaxBack remarkets gently used electronics and sends unusable electronics to be remanufactured or recycled by MaxBack's parent company Environmental Reclamation Services, Inc., a zero-landfill, ISO-14001-certified, reverse-logistics company. When you feel it's time to sell or recycle your used cell phones, iPods, tablets, iPhones, or video games, remember that MaxBack is ready to pay cash for your electronics and handle them responsibly. Choose to sell your electronics to MaxBack, an electronics buyback program you can trust.
9 Dec 2011
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shazap,com This is the second issue in the new grouping of the titans. Once again the threat which brought together the greatest team of young heroes together has reunited them to battle for the earth’s salvation. The story is just as good on this issue and it continues to move along. The humor is a little over the top but it works in this particular issue where there wasn’t a lot of action. The troubling thing is that they switched artists and I don’t think it works at all. The art is very loose and cartoony and I think that for this book it is terrible. Most of the time when a character was talking they were making some stupid fish version of the “o” face and how can you have Nightwing, one of the most serious guys in comics all stretched out and goofy looking. I wasn’t a fan of this move at all. Give Benitez a run on plastic man or something that is supposed to be light hearted and whacky. The story is still very exciting though as we find out that trigon has another child on earth that is helping him with his latest plot to destroy the earth.
22 May 2008
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In this series, we see the adventures of Plastic Man, a man who was doused with acid which gave him the ability to manipulate his molecular structure to stretch and shape his body to any shape he wants.
20 May 2010
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If you're a /co/mrade give a thumbs up! An unused pilot that was offered to the Cartoon Network. It seems that I've started an internet rumor. I don't really know if Cartoon Network chose between this and Johnny Test. I was just using Johnny Test as an example of the low quality programming that CN was willing to put on as opposed to this pilot. Apparently CN has a crippling fear of success. Thanks all for the 200,000+ views. I don't know if this insane viewer count had anything to do with the upcoming Plastic Man cartoon shorts on DC Nation. I like to think it did. Oh, I don't own Plastic man yadda yadda yadda. Don't sue me DC comics! That would so crush my soul after growing up reading your books.
8 Oct 2013
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This is just a rundown of some baddies my JLA face off with, as well as some story arcs involving same. A quick note about the "cartoon characters" in the vid. One story arc involving a certain mischievious Imp who is also pictured, has him turning the JLA'ers into several of his favorite toons. They are as follows, Superman-Popeye, Batman-Yogi Bear, Hawkman-Foghorn Leghorn, Green Lantern-Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Flash-The Roadrunner(of course), Atom-Jiminy Cricket, Wonder Woman-Snow White, Green Arrow-Donald Duck, Martian Manhunter-Marvin the Martian, Black Canary-Betty Boop, Spider-Man-Bugs Bunny, Thor-Porky Pig, Iron Man-Richie Rich, Captain America-Mickey Mouse, Hulk-Taz, Sub-Mariner-Jabberjaw, Human Torch-Pinochio, Giant-Man-Bullwinkle, Daredevil-Hotstuff, the Little Devil, Captain Marvel-Peter Pan, Doctor Strange-Casper, the Friendly Ghost, Plastic Man-Goofy, Blue Beetle-Pink Panther, and Solar-Woody Woodpecker! Email me at wrestlgurlyahoo**** if you want more info about my JLA universe, or IM me on yahoo messenger where I'm wrestlgurl, too.
7 Sep 2009
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Plastic Boy "Chocolate Infusion / Exposed" coming up on Captivating (Armada Music) in January 2010. After "Rise Up" and "A New Life" back in 2007 the little plastic man is back...and to STAY! Out now!!!
3 Mar 2010
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enjoy song running up that hill Superman, The Flash, Batman, Scarlet Witch, Martain Manhunter, Giant Man, Green Lantern, Captain America, Wonder Woman, Thor, Ironman, Aquaman, The Vision, Krona, Hawkeye, Quicksilver, Plastic Man, Wolverine, Spider-Man, The Hulk, The Beast, Hercules, Firestorm, Elongated Man, Green Arrow, Black Canary, The Atom, Ant Man, Zatanna, She-Hulk, Starfox, Kang, Red Tornado, Hawkman, Ultron, Amazo, Ice, Fire, Captain Cold, Killer Frost, Shadow Thief, Firestar, Stingray, Rage, Powergirl, AIM, Red Skull, The Flacon, Jack of Hearts, Starro, Dragonman, Namor, Mazima, Terminus, Captain Marvel, Shazam, Juggernaut, Animal Man, Big Barda, Rhino, Ion, Wasp, Yellow Jacket, Eternity, Infinity, X-Men, Ms.Marvel, Lois Lane, Galactus, Doctor Fate, Captain Atom, Songbird, Quasar, The Specter, The Watcher
16 May 2010
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This is the top ten songs that are very sad and depressing, i hope you all enjoy this and share any stories you may have to tell. list of songs and artists: Fall for you - secondhand serenade Who am i to say - hope may it be - enya my immortal - evanescence scars (acoustic) - papa roach mad world - gary jules its hard to say - the used plastic man - seether last to know - three days grace what hurts the most - rascal flatts Sorry for the delay, theres all the songs and artists for you guys. :3. Tags- hope rascal flatts seether three days grace love broken hearts the used evanescence enya secondhand serenade love songs songs to hear when you are depressed.
9 Jun 2011
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In this exclusive interview with the one of the world's most celebrated dolls we learn all about the spectacular plastic man in the cardboard box. The creators of the beloved Toy Story films re-open the toy box and bring moviegoers back to the delightful world of Woody, Buzz and our favorite gang of toy characters in TOY STORY 3. Woody and Buzz had accepted that their owner Andy would grow up someday, but what happens when that day arrives? In the third installment, Andy is preparing to depart for college, leaving his loyal toys troubled about their uncertain future. Lee Unkrich (co-director of Toy Story 2 and Finding Nemo) directs this highly anticipated film, and Michael Arndt, the Academy Award®-winning screenwriter of Little Miss Sunshine, brings his unique talents and comedic sensibilities to the proceedings. On Disney DVD & Blu-Ray Classification: G -- Some scary scenes
7 Jul 2011
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Northern soul had emerged in the north of England when the Real Thing formed in 1970, but the disco/funk/soul quartet couldn't get into the obscure R&B sounds, preferring instead the more progressive soul of the Temptations, Barry White, and funk jams. The Liverpool natives aspired for international success, a dream that went unfulfilled. Original members Chris Amoo, Dave Smith, Kenny Davis, and Ray Lake began by covering and remaking popular American recordings, and experienced payback when Frankie Valli and others covered their number one British hit "You to Me Are Everything." They cracked Britain's Top Ten for the second consecutive time with "Can't Get By Without You." Their first recording opportunity arose with EMI Records, where they cut their first single, "Plastic Man," the old Temptations song off their Masterpiece album; a remake of Tavares' "Check It Out" was the flip. The record didn't open many doors, but they continued thriving on the club circuit. Other EMI singles, including "Listen Joe McGintoo" and "Vicious Circles," were largely ignored. For unknown reasons, Davis left, and the Real Thing continued as a trio, doing some commercials, as well as live gigs. Their career began to sprout wings when David Essex started producing their initial Pye Recordings. Opening for Essex, they toured all over, even the States, the home of the music they loved. Initial collaborations with Essex, like previous recordings, were turntable hits, but sold few copies. By this time, Amoo' brother Eddie, who had sung with the Chants on Pye, joined the Real Thing. The Liverpool-bred but Ghanaian parentage brothers started writing songs that fleshed out their albums. Later, Loose Ends recorded an Amoo composition, "In the Sky," for their Virgin Records debut in 1980. The Real Thing hooked up with Ken Gold, and boom, "You to Me Are Everything" aced the British pop chart and placed number 66 pop and number 29 soul in the States. Their first album, titled The Real Thing, contained their chart busters and previous singles. The group wanted to call their second LP Liverpool 8, the name of the racially mixed section of Liverpool where they grew up with Asians, Africans, Chinese, Irish, and anyone else who couldn't afford more opulent surroundings. Pye Records didn't like the name, so they compromised with Four From Eight, which meant nothing to anyone outside of Britain. The Real Thing continued releasing albums, waxing four for Pye: Step Into Our World and Can You Feel the Force. PRT Records released 100 Minutes in 1982, their last regularly scheduled LP. Waxworks Records dropped a live LP in 1998, The Real Thing Live; many compilations and best-of albums documenting their career are on the market. ~ Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide
25 Jan 2012
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Watch Full Episode Online in HD *******urlPass****/4gef For Free. synopsis: After helping Batman save some Boy Scouts, Plastic Man asks for his ally's help when two villains, Rubberneck and Kite Man, seek revenge on Plaz by going after his loved ones. watch batman the brave and the bold animation comic animated cartoon toon action hero dark knight night bat HQ HD Flash season 2 se2 se02 s2 s02 premiere premium full free new latest aired online television tv series Batman and Plastic Man rescue some boy scouts group Sasquatches episode 2 ep2 ep02 e2 e02 02x02 2x2 22 202 se2ep2 s2e2 s02e02 se02ep02 28 ep28 e28 Kite Man Rubberneck power long arm of the law December 11th 2009 12.11.2009 11.12.2009 11 12 2009 part
20 Jul 2012
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Get Your BBTS Exclusives and collectibles Here; *******www.bigbadtoystore****/bbts/default.aspx?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=sportswolf3 Thank's for watching!! Hang out with me on Facebook; ********www.facebook****/pages/Sportswolf3/496254197093446 Predator Action Figure Hangout; ********www.facebook****/YutjaActionFigureHangout Follow me on Twitter! ********twitter****/sportswolf3 Batman: The Brave and the Bold is an American animated television series based in part on the DC Comics series The Brave and the Bold which features two or more super heroes coming together to solve a crime or foil a super villain. As the title suggests, the cartoon focuses on Batman's regular "team-ups" with various heroes similar to the most well-known version of the original comic book series. The series premiered on November 14, 2008 on Cartoon Network in the United States,[1] and ended on November 18, 2011. Each episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold features the main character (Batman) teaming up with other characters from the DC Universe to thwart villains or to solve crimes. Most episodes have a cold open with an escapade not related to the remainder of the episode, apart from the regular appearances and reappearances of a villain who will figure prominently in episodes to come. In the first season, the villain was Equinox, who later returned in "Time Out for Vengeance!"; and in the second season, the villain was the alien Starro. During production, the show's creator said that if a character's cold open appearance was deemed successful, then it may warrant exploring the character further in a future episode's main adventure.[2] The show has no overarching story, instead having most episodes stand alone.[3] The show is lighter in tone than previous Batman series,[4] depicting the Dark Knight as more lighthearted and playful with a "dry, ironic wit."[5] The show features various references to various depictions of Batman in media, including the 1960s Batman TV series.[6] While the tone is lighter, the series has touched on the subject of death with such examples as retelling the murder of Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne at the hands of Joe Chill, the death of the Silver Age Blue Beetle, the assassination of Boston Brand, the death of the first Black Canary, the execution of "Gentleman" Jim Craddock, and the self-sacrifice and death of B'wana Beast and the Doom Patrol. The tone of the series was addressed in the episode "Legends of the Dark Mite!", when Bat-Mite broke the fourth wall to read out this missive from one of the show's creators: Batman's rich history allows him to be interpreted in a multitude of ways. To be sure, this is a lighter incarnation, but it's certainly no less valid and true to the character's roots than the tortured avenger crying out for mommy and daddy. Show creators have chosen to go with "lesser known" characters. In many instances, the characters are those that were repeatedly teamed with Batman in the 1970s run of the Brave and the Bold comic book, such as Green Arrow, Wildcat, Plastic Man, and even the Joker; thus, the characters have a look and feel akin to their Silver Age incarnations. While the show has featured major heroes such as the Green Lantern and the Flash, it consistently focuses on the lesser-known individuals to have carried the names, such as Guy Gardner and Jay Garrick, rather than the more popular, better known Hal Jordan or Barry Allen,[4] until Barry appeared in the second season episode "Requiem for a Scarlet Speedster!" (though this episode centers around Kid Flash and Jay Garrick), while Hal appeared in the first season episode "The Eyes of Despero!", as well as the third season episode "The Scorn of Star Sapphire". In the episode "Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases!", Batman even teamed up with Scooby-Doo and the Mystery, Inc. gang to defeat the Joker and the Penguin in a retelling of the similar crossovers from The New Scooby-Doo Movies. Additionally, Batman's alter ego of billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne did not appear as an adult during the series in situations where Batman was unmasked. His face was kept hidden until the season 2 episode "Chill of the Night!" when Batman finally confronts Joe Chill.[5] From this episode onwards, whenever Bruce Wayne appears, his face is no longer silhouetted (as in "The Knights of Tomorrow"). It was announced at the San Diego Comic Con 2010 that Batman: The Brave and the Bold would end after season three, which had 13 episodes.[7] Production has begun on a new Batman animated series, set to return the character to a more serious tone.[8] The series finale "Mitefall!" ended with Batman joined by most of the series' characters in the Batcave as it's being taken down. Breaking the fourth wall and addressing the audience, the hero said his farewells with the show's characters behind him.
29 Jan 2014
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