Plastic Man #10

Writer: Kyle Baker Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 22, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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What happens when Plastic Man takes on a vampire? Bet that'll leave a mark!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 30, 2004

    Kyle Baker's art is a large reason why I urge fans to take a chance of this title, as it's the closest I've ever seen a comic book come to capturing the frantic energy of a well done cartoon. I mean Plastic Man is a character who was born to be the star of a cartoon series, as he's a one man gag factory, and Kyle Baker has a grand old time playing with the character's shape shifting abilities, from the scene where the character replaces the blown tires, to his failed attempt at humour when he adopts the Red Riding Hood form, only to discover the vampire is a well read monster. There's also a cute little gag sequence where Agent Morgan uses a televangelist to make holy water, and the final panel of the issue manages to offer up a goofy closing image to the story. I also enjoyed the scene where Woozy makes his late night raid on the vampire's fridge, as his reaction shots are priceless. Read Full Review

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