Kyle Baker was born to draw Plastic Man, as I can't think of another artist working in the industry today who could do as effective a job of delivering the highly imaginative shapes that Plastic Man employs while he's on the job. Now I've become accustomed to the character being used as a background prop in the pages of the JLA, but in addition to his shapes being quite amusing, Kyle Baker has also taken the time to make Plastic Man's shapes useful when it comes to advancing the story, from the chase scenes as he races after the villains that populated these pages, to the various scenes where we see Plastic Man transports himself and his partner from scene to scene. There's also a number of hilarious visual gags, from the body that shoots across the room after Plastic Man's efforts to revive it, to his "Raiders of the Lost Arc" tribute, as he studies the pages of the most evil book of all time. Read Full Review
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