Kyle Baker's art is one of the main reasons I continue to come back to this title, as he has a wonderfully original style that is perfectly suited to the comedic potential of Plastic Man, and if nothing else his art does a wonderful job of setting the bar for other artists who make use of Plastic Man. I mean how can one not smile at the various shapes that Plastic Man employs in this issue to capture the mouse, from his cross dressing mouse hooker, to his lifesaving efforts to rescue the dying mouse. The sequence where the mouse climbs inside Plastic Man's head and smarts munching on his brain was also a delightfully disturbed bit of imagery, and the effects that this attack had on Plastic Man were quite funny. Also while it's such an obvious gag I have to say that I did smile at the breakfast face panel, though I felt ashamed afterwards, as it's such an old gag, that it should be long past its best before date. Read Full Review
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