Scott Morse has a highly animated style, so while his writing wasn't quite the equal of Kyle Baker, his art was more than up to the task of keeping this book looking like a good, old-fashioned madcap cartoon. I mean Plastic Man offers up a new visual gag in pretty much every single panel, and most of them display a solid sense of imagination. Plus how can one not love the simple fact that the big bad villain has embraced the common masked hood appearance, as there's is something inherently amusing about the idea that no effort was made by the villain when it came to his costume. The art also has a wonderful sense of constant motion, as every panel offers up an image where the characters are captured in the midst of an attack, and if nothing else this issue can hardly be labelled a talking heads issue, as the characters are forever bouncing around the panels. Read Full Review
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