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Comic aficionados have a surprise in store with Eisner Award winner Kyle Baker's take on who else but PLASTIC MAN! (In a plastic cover). Originally created in 1941 by Jack Cole Plastic Man was a flexible super hero, to say the least. He could bend, twist like a pretzel, contort his very pliable body into all kinds of shapes to make sure that good conquered evil. Plas, as he was known to friends was often found in the company of his pudgy buddy, Woozy Winks. Popular for perhaps 16 years, Plas is a cult favorite today. With his reintroduction by Baker (who also copped the Harvey Award) Plas may gain a new following among both children and adults. Plastic Man holds the first six issue of this rubbery crusader's exploits. Plas is in a jam as he's framed for a crime he didn't commit. Even his pals are convinced he's the guilty party with Superman exclaiming, 'Plastic Man a criminal! By the moons of Krypton! How could we have been so blind?' It's easy to believe Plas has done wrong as he has a shady past - he was once known as no-gooder, Eel O'Brien. With only Woozy to assist Plas has to find the real culprit. Plastic Man as seen through the eyes of Kyle Baker is pure parody delivered in eye-popping color.