Plastic Man #3

Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 6, 2004

    This series does seem to be dependent on one not expecting much from this book beyond a half dozen mildly amusing gags, and a plot that knows when to get out of the way when the humor moves onto the center stage. Basically this issue spends most of its time delivering Plastic Man's capture by his supporting cast, and this is followed by a cute exchange where the characters debate the question of whether Plastic Man needs to breath. We then see Plastic Man manages to escape again, which makes the preceding pages little more than an amusing distraction, as the story leaves us exactly at pretty much the same place we were at the end of the previous issue. Now it was an entertaining time as if nothing else this issue establishes his supporting cast as a threat, as their combined efforts managed to capture Plastic Man. The simple fact that his supporting cast is willing to believe the worst about Plastic Man also sets up an interesting situation, as even the ever dependable Woozy Winks was Read Full Review

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