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  • Clive

    There’s nothing wrong with Azrael, Plastic Man or Superman red and blue.

  • auto devis

    I don’t think Plastic Man is lame. He is basically immortal and great comic relief

  • 5minutes

    Plastic Man is awesome. Frank Miller’s interpretation of him in Dark Knight 2 was excellent: an insane man with the capacity to become anything that flittered across his brain who, luckily, was a “hero”.

  • Tom

    Yeah, I gotta agree with the others in that Plastic Man is all right. Otherwise I think it is a good list.

    Now I want to see you do a Top Ten Lamest Avengers. 🙂

  • daddyostjames

    “An bull angel named asmodel” how about Kim k. As a azz model & blood & crips Superman how about MS13 flash??

    • daddyostjames

      can’t say a?s?s!?

  • fdx

    I usually think there are no lame characters, just lame atists, but, i agree that there are exceptions to that rule.
    For example there’s no way that Fatman the Human Flying Saucer could ever be a great character but, hey you never know.

    What i mean is most of these characters could be interesting heroes, Plastic Man is a great example of that, or even Guy Gardner and Blue Beetle.

    Also Gnort is an interesting example since he was created as a lame superhero (lame Green Lantern to be accurate) during the Giffen / DeMatteis run on JLA which was supposed to be a comedy.

  • Sperkie

    Plastic Man has an awesome power and he is funny.

  • Yak

    Superman Red And Superman Blue, Plastic Man and Zauriel shouldn’t be on this list – as the other poster indicated. You’re obviously not a fan of the genre and should consider writing about other topics.