I love Kyle Baker's Plastic Man series. Morgan gave Plas a love interest and Edwina gave Plas someone to live with and try to mentor, they are great additions to his cast which had only been just Woozy before, and they are nicer to look at than Woozy, but Plas was very much the star of the series. Kyle Baker's Plastic Man comics made me laugh out loud several times, which is quite an accomplishment. One of my favorites is when Plastic Man has a mouse in his house, and he just spends 22 pages trying to get this mouse out of his house in various strange ways. The sequence where the mouse climbs inside Plastic Man's head and starts munching on his brain was also a delightfully disturbed bit of imagery. The final fate of the mouse was also a nice moment of dark comedy, as was Plastic Man's lament with dialogue spoofing Jeph Loeb's Superman's dialogue in Superman/Batman #13. Kyle Baker did a lot with Plastic Man's power to change his appearance in humorous ways showing the comedic potential of Plastic Man. It's impossible to draw the guy wrong because Plastic Man changes his appearance.