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Clayface was a supervillain and an enemy of Batman.


Flashpoint Timeline[]

Clayface appears as part of Deathstroke's crew to fight the Atlanteans in Flashpoint timeline. Hydrokinesis was then used on his clay body and was torn apart.

Main Timeline[]

Clayface exists in the main timeline, he fought Batman and Commissioner Gordon in Blackgate Penitentiary, however, Batman defeated him by putting a water hose inside of him and making him explode, later, a part of his clay body became sentient and adopted a new identity called Ms. Clay with the same powers who eventually joined Task Force X.


"Ms. Clay"

He was possibly attacked by Paradooms but since he can re-form his body he most likely survived.

Powers and Abilities[]


Clay Physiology: Clayface's body is composed of clay, which he can manipulate to his desired form.

  • Shapehifting: He can transform him self into anyone. Riddler used a device to control him and force him to be his copy, being able to mimic his clothing and skin tone by chaning the color of his body in certain places. However, Batman was able to discern that Clayface was not the real Riddler. Clayface is also able to form weapons form his hands, such as a spiked mace.
    • Elasticity: Clayface is able to extend any part of his body such as his arms, which he can use to attack opponents from a distance, such as when he did so to Batman.
    • Vocal Manipulation: Clayface is able to shapeshift his larynx, which alter's his voice.
    • Size Alteration: Clayface is able to pack himself densley into a smaller form, such as form of the Riddler, or his "natural" state, which is much larger.
  • Superhuman Strength: Due to his large size and mass, Clayface possesses superhuman strength.
  • Superhuman Durability: Clayface is immune to most convention forms of attack, such as bullets and blades due to them slicing right through him.
  • Regenerative Healing Factor: Clayface is able to regenerate form slashes due to his clay body instantly repairing the damage. If Clayface was to explode, he can reconstitute his body as well.

He was erased from existence after Barry Allen created a second Flashpoint.


  • Skilled Combatant: Clayface was able to use his powers in conjunction to battle against Batman.


  • Supersaturation: If Clayface absorbs too much water, he can become mushy and supersaturated, which Batman exploited by supersaturating him to the point he exploded.



Comic Books[]



  • Clayface's true identity cannot be determined, as their have been 3 Clayfaces; Matt Hagen, Basil Karlo, and Preston Payne.
    • In the comics, Matt Hagen was Clayface around the time of Batman: Hush, while Basil Karlo was the Clayface of Flashpoint. If the films followed comics, that would mean there are 2 Clayfaces.