The display command in the plots package should have all the tools to do what you want.
Let's say that you've created your array A[i], i=1..m.
plots[display](seq(A[i], i=1..m)); will display all plots A[i] atop one another on a single set of axes.
plots[display](seq(A[i], i=1..m), insequence=true); will create an animation that will display each A[i] in sequence one after another. I'd recommend you look at the animate command in the plots package if you want to create animations, as it will produce smoother transitions.
If you would like all of the A[i] displayed side-by-side, use the Matrix command in conjunction with display.
It may be more convenient in this case, however, to define a two-dimensional array of plots, A[i,j], and then display the m-by-n matrix of plots
I hope these suggestions are of use.