Plastic Man #1
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Plastic Man #1

Writer: Kyle Baker Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 3, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2
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A retelling of Plastic Man's origin as well as a great new tale that pits Plas against his criminal past!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Mike Storniolo Dec 8, 2003

    I dont really think theres anything more I can say about this book unless I repeat myself. It has great story, art, inks, colors; the whole damn thing is great. Read Plastic Man. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 10, 2003

    A fairly goofy reading experience and there are times when the material seems to be trying a little too hard to go for a laugh. However, there were a couple moments that made me smile, and both of them involved Plastic Man. Now once one adjusts to the idea that Kyle Baker has Plastic Man moving though an incredibly goofy world, where the characters are incredibly stupid, than the book becomes far more enjoyable, and I for one hope Kyle Baker keeps this book off on its own little world of absurdity because frankly I'd become rather bored of the idea of Plastic Man being only good for providing comic relief. With that said there are moments where the joke fall a bit flat, such as the bullet wound tic-tac-toe, and Woozy's attempt to pick up the old lady. However, the flashback material was cute, and the scenes that make use of Plastic Man's powers work exceptionally well, as there's some highly imaginative moments. Read Full Review

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