Plastic Man #4

Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 10, 2004

    Oh my god, they killed Woozy! Yes this issue ends with what looks to be the death of Woozy Winks, and while the cover to next month's issue makes one question if Woozy is about to join the ranks of Bucky, and Jason Todd, I will say that Woozy's death was quite heroic, and if this was meant to be his final act, than I have to give Kyle Baker credit for letting the character leave with some semblance of heroism. In fact I'm become rather fond of Woozy ever since Ty Templeton offered up his origin in a one-shot a few years back, where we not only learn how the two characters met, but also why Plastic Man lets the seemingly useless Woozy hang around with him. As for the rest of the issue I have to say this issue manages to deliver some truly clever gags, like the sequence where Plastic Man makes use of one of his many identities during a visit to a seedy bar populated by criminals, and I also had to smile at how he managed to deal with the security guard during his late-night visit to the Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley Mar 8, 2004

    I think the series has been improving. Or maybe Im stating to like it more. Either way, this is fun book to read. Read Full Review

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