6 edition of The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 8 (DC Archive Editions) found in the catalog.
August 2, 2006
by DC Comics
Written in English
|Series||Plastic Man Archives (8)|
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|Number of Pages||204|
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Yup.. As I lay me down to sleep, I now (that winter is here) have begun to pull random (or not so random) Archives volumes and read them before I go to sleep. I limit the pile to six, and am reading in roation the following lines: Doom Patrol Plastic Man Adam Strange JLA Dynamic Duo GA HAwkman I BLEW thru Doom Patrol volume # 1. Access this article and hundreds more like it with a FREE TRIAL to Scholastic News magazine. No obligation or credit card is required. All Issues (52).
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The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 8 (DC Archive Editions) Hardcover – August 2, by Jack Cole (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings. Book 8 of 8 in the Plastic Man Archives Series. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price 5/5(6). The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 8 book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Reprinting the Plastic Man stories from Police Comi /5. The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 8 (DC Archive Editions) by Jack Cole (August 2, ) More Buying Choices - Hardcover 6 New from $Author: Jack Cole.
The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 1, The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 2, The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 3, The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 4, The Plastic Man. Plastic Man (real name Patrick "Eel" O'Brian) is a fictional superhero first appearing in Police Comics #1, originally published by Quality Comics and later acquired by DC Comics.
Created by cartoonist Jack Cole, Plastic Man was one of the first superheroes to incorporate humor into mainstream action character has been published in several solo series and has interacted with Created by: Jack Cole.
Plastic Man (vol. 4) # Created by Kyle Baker The conclusion of Kyle Baker’s run pokes fun at the key tropes of DC Comics from the time, Author: Chase Magnett.
DC Archive Editions is a line of hardcover reprint runs of early, often rare comic book series, titles, and stories. They include more than Golden Age and Silver Age comic properties currently owned by DC Comics, regardless of whether DC Comics was the original series first published Superman Archives Vol.
1 in Most of the restoration work to make the pages suitable for. Plastic Man v1 (all reprints from here on) JonTheScanner. 1-March pm. by Jack Cole & Bill Schelly includes books The Plastic Man Archives, Vol.
1, The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 2, The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 3, and several more. See the complete The Plastic Man Archives series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. The Pliable Paladin returns for another round of body-bending action in THE PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL.
Reprinting the Plastic Man stories from POLICE COMICS # and PLASTIC MAN # (), this page volume also includes an introduction by acclaimed writer and longtime Plastic Man fan Harvey Pekar. The DC Archive Editions book series by multiple authors includes books The Plastic Man Archives, Vol.
1, All Star Comics Archives, Vol. 7, The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 2, and several more. See the complete DC Archive Editions series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
Synopsis for "Plastic Man" Synopsis not yet written. Notes. This issue is reprinted in Plastic Man Archives Vol. Trivia. No trivia. See Also. Discuss Plastic Man Vol 1 8 on the forums; Cover gallery for the Plastic Man series; Images from Plastic Man Vol 1 8; Recommended Reading Links and ReferencesCover Artists: Jack Cole.
These are the original stories of a common thief who turned into the world's wackiest super-hero. With the ability to stretch his body into any shape and length, Plastic Man has become one of the most colorful and comical icons of all time. This book collects some of his zaniest earliest adventures as they were first published in the s.
New Comics. Forums. Gen. Discussion; Bug Reporting; Delete/Combine Pages. Character» Plastic Man appears in issues. Former thief Patrick "Eel" O'Brien accidentally fell into an acid vat.
This vat gave him the powers to bend his body into any imaginable form. More editions of The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 8 (DC Archive Editions): The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 8 (DC Archive Editions): ISBN () Hardcover, DC Comics, Plastic Man Archives, Volume 1. by Jack Cole. Hardcover. USD Bursting onto the comic-book scene inPlastic Man was a bright spot in a Golden Age of heroes, standing out as one of the most unusual and innovative creations of the time.
A reformed criminal turned do-gooder, Plastic Man stretched the definition of the strong-jawed. Plastic Man; Supporting Characters: Woozy Winks; Chief Branner; Antagonists: Other Characters: Locations: Items: Vehicles: Synopsis for "A Shock to the System" Synopsis not yet written.
Notes. This issue is reprinted in Plastic Man Archives Vol. Trivia. No trivia. See Also. Discuss Plastic Man Vol 1 10 on the forums; Cover gallery for the Cover Artists: Jack Cole. Written by Jack Cole Art and cover by Cole The Pliable Paladin returns for another round of body-bending action in THE PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL.
Reprinting the Plastic Man stories from POLICE COMICS # and PLASTIC MAN # (), this page volume also includes an introduction by acclaimed writer and longtime Plastic Man fan. Series: Plastic Man Archives. Series by cover. 1–8 of 8 (show all) Works (8) Titles: Order: The Plastic Man Archives, Volume 1 by Jack Cole: 1: The Plastic Man Archives, Volume 2 by Jack Cole: 2: The Plastic Man Archives, Volume 3 by Jack Cole: 3: The Plastic Man Archives, Volume 4 by Jack Cole: 4.
Golden Age Plastic Man's origin retold. "Plastic Man's Fantastic Old Man." Gordy Trueblood reads that Plastic Man failed in his attempt to stop the King of Spades and his gang, but is relieved to discover that it was the original Plastic Man. Script by Arnold Drake, art by Win Mortimer.
Cover Carmine Infantino and Mike Esposito. Cover price $from Plastic Man (Quality Comics, series) #8 (Summer ) Indexer Notes Archive credits pencils and inks to Jack Cole, but art experts believe pencils and inks are by John Spranger.Of all the Golden Age Archives of early comics DC has made available — Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman — the best read is The Plastic Man of the others have more historical significance to the superhero genre, but Jack Cole’s stories of his stretchable accidental hero are so creative and odd that they’re great reads, even 60 years on.