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Master cartoonist Kyle Baker writes and illustrates this update of the classic, off-the-wall 1940s super hero known as Plastic Man! Plastic Man is back in action — with cartoonist Kyle Baker writing and drawing his adventures. In this title that collects Plastic Man’s 2004 series in its entirety for the first time, Plastic Man must come to terms with his criminal past when the FBI assigns him to catch his underworld alter ego, Eel O’Brian. Can Plas clear his name? Maybe, with the help of his beautiful, ruthless new partner, FBI Agent Morgan. Or, maybe not, thanks to the completely useless help of his old crimefighting sidekick, Woozy Winks. Collects Plastic Man #1-20
|Sold by:||DC Comics|
|File size:||201 MB|
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|Age Range:||12 Years|
About the Author
Kyle Baker has authored more than 15 graphic novels and illustrated hundreds more in a career that extends over four decades. He is the winner of eight Eisner Awards and seven Harvey Awards, among others. A pioneer in the graphic novel format since the 1980s, Baker helped define and evolve the medium with works such as Nat Turner, Why I Hate Saturn, and King David. Other titles include The Cowboy Wally Show; Truth: Red, White & Black; and Birth of a Nation. Baker has lectured at Dartmouth, Howard University, the Library of Congress, and the School of Visual Arts, and he regularly teaches homeless teens for the City of New York.