This is a much stronger issue as Plastic Man is in fine shape-shifting form, and the addition of a fairly serious-minded character that is allowed to play against Plas' constant barrage of goofy moments makes for a highly entertaining show. The issue is also more in keeping with the idea that Kyle Baker is clearly trying to invoke the sprit of the old Bugs Bunny cartoons where one is able to stop a bullet by sticking one's finger in the barrel, and the way the villains sent a message to the heroes was using a brick with a note attached to it. There's also the ever classic death trap where the walls close in on our heroes, and the eye holes cut in a painting that seem to follow our heroes as they move down the hallway. Now the Woozy Winks' subplot is a bit of a dud, and I truly hope Kyle Baker is able to find something for Woozy to do, as I've always been rather fond of the character. Still, this is the only real moment in the issue that didn't work for me, as the material dealing with Read Full Review
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