|Publisher||Big Bang Comics|
|First appearance||(in comics)
Policemen Comics # 1
Big Bang Presents # 1
|Created by||Mort Todd (artist)
Gary Carlson (writer)
|Place of origin||Earth A|
|Supporting character of||Knight Watchman (sometimes)|
|Notable aliases||The Human Water Balloon|
Protoplasman is a Big Bang Comics superhero, who first appeared in Big Bang's self-published issue, Big Bang Presents #1, though his metafictional debut was in Policeman Comics (A tribute to Police Comics, where Plastic Man debuted), itself a division of Quantity Comics (a pastiche of Quality Comics), created by writer Gary Carlson and artist Mort Todd.
Fictional character biography
Protoplasman is the comic-relief superhero of the Big Bang world, who works closely with Knight Watchman either as a partner or as an assistant. Although his powers are sometimes described as elasticity, that appears to be false information. When using his powers, Protoplasman seems to take on a liquid-like form, suggesting that his powers are derived from fluidity, rather than elasticity.
Since Big Bang Comics began self-publishing, Protoplasman has become a favourite with fans, with a sense of humor derived from Plastic Man (on whom he was based) and the zany attitude of Canadian actor Jim Carrey.
- Big Bang Present # 1
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