Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Human mutant
Occupation: X-Force member
Group Membership: The Coach, X-Force (Anarchist/Tike Alicar, Battering Ram, Doop, Gin Genie/Beckah Parker, la Nuit/Pierre Truffaut, Sluk/Byron Spencer, U-Go Girl/Edie Sawyer, Zeitgeist/Axel Cluney)
Affiliations: Boyz R Us, the Coach, X-Force (Anarchist/Tike Alicar, Battering Ram, Doop, Gin Genie/Beckah Parker, la Nuit/Pierre Truffaut, Sluk/Byron Spencer, U-Go Girl/Edie Sawyer, Zeitgeist/Axel Cluney)
Enemies: An unidentified group of armed gunmen
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: The X-Force Tower,
Santa Monica, California, USA
First Appearance: X-Force I#116 (May, 2001)
Powers/Abilities: Plazm was a mutant with a
protoplasmic body which he could project outward as a destructive beams
of plasma energy. He could alter his liquid form to a some extent,
wrapping it around others to cause their body to release endorphins. He
could also fly (with a peak speed of 700mph) and had enhanced
durability due to his liquid form.
History: (X-Force#116 (fb)) -
Plazm was seen on a stealth mission with X-Force in North
Africa where Sluk was killed.
(X-Force I#116 - BTS) - Afterwards, X-Force team leader Zeitgeist viewed footage of the North African mission, noting that he had wanted to see how Plazm and Batterin Ram operated on point, but after watching Plazm in action, Zeitgeist thought about leaving Plazm on defensive duties. At some point, an images of Plazm were merchanised and sold across the nation. A headshot photo of Plazm hung within the Orange County, California X-Force Cafe.
(X-Force I#120 (fb) - BTS) - While viewing the North
African footage of Plazm and the other X-Force members, Zeitgeist and
the Coach discussed the concept of killing most of the team in order to
bring in fresh faces to please the team's investors.
(X-Force I#116) - Plazm prepared for a new mission but when Gin Genie went into a panic, Plazm tried to calm the arguments between Gin Genie and the others by trying out a new technique with powers, covering Gin Genie with his own liquid form to help her body release more endorphins. He later attended a mission briefing in which X-Force learned they would be rescuing boy band Boys R Us from a group of armed gunmen in New York. During the mission, Plazm took out some of the gunmen but was ultimately killed alongside Gin Genie and la Nuit when a helicopter fired on the team.
(X-Force I#120 - BTS) - An image of Plazm with the rest of X-Force was turned into an expensive crystal print, which X-Force team owner Spike Freeman bought, only to destroy it with a sledgehammer.
(X-Men Icons: Chamber#1 - BTS) - Footage of Plazm
during an X-Force mission aired on television as the undercover Chamber
met his new roommate Walter, who referred to the broadcast to explain
to Chamber how mutants were celebrities now.
Comments: Created by Peter Milligan and Michael Allred.
Plazm had a profile in Marvel Encyclopedia HC Vol. 2: X-Men (2003).
Profile by Proto-Man.
Plazm should not be confused with:
images: (without ads)
X-Force I#116, p14, pan5 (Plazm, main image)
X-Force I#116, front cover (Plazm flying)
X-Force I#116, p5, splash page (Plazm in stealth suit)
X-Force I#116, p20, pan4 (Plazm's death)
X-Force I#116 (May, 2001) - Peter Milligan (writer), Michael Allred (art), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Force I#120 (November, 2001) - Peter Milligan (writer), Michael Allred (art), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Men Icons: Chamber#1 (October, 2002) - Brian K. Vaughan (writer), Lee Ferguson (pencils), Norm Rapmund (inks), Mike Raicht (editor)
First Posted: 07/15/2002
Last updated: 05/25/2019
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