Plastic Man #15

Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 24, 2005

    Kyle Baker's art remains one of the primary reasons why I find myself enjoying the heck out of this title, as he does an amazing job selling the visual competent of his gags. I mean how can one not smile at the expression on that girl's face when our outsider shows off his bling, or the page where our teen comes up with a not so clever plan of getting Edwina's attention? This sequence also has itself a very funny punchline moment as he holds up one of her books in a failed attempt to prove his usefulness. The book also does its usual job of capturing the walking gag factory that is Plastic Man, as I loved the scene where Plas transforms into a respectable person so he can answer the door, and the bit where his chandelier disguise is exposed was a cute little sequence. There's also a couple nice one-page spreads in this issue, as I loved the big super-villain moment that Ray is given. Read Full Review

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