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ePub Plastic Man, The: Archives - Volume 6 (Archive Editions (Graphic Novels)) download
Author:
Jack Cole
ISBN13:
978-1401201548
ISBN:
1401201547
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Publisher:
DC Comics (November 1, 2004)
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Jack Cole's PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES Vol. 2 continues the zany adventures of Plastic Man and his sidekick (?) Woozy Winks.

Jack Cole's PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES Vol. PLASTIC MAN is a very light-hearted and cartoony strip compared to many of his superhero contemporaries. Jack Cole was one of the true geniuses of the comic book art form. Here we have some great examples of his masterwork, Plastic Man. Plastic Man and his sidekick Woozy Winks are two of the greatest characters of the Golden Age of comics.

Plastic Man was a hit in the late '30s for artist Jack Cole, who worked with Will Eisner (of "The Spirit" fame - in face, Eisner writes the introduction to this . Pages with related products.

Plastic Man was a hit in the late '30s for artist Jack Cole, who worked with Will Eisner (of "The Spirit" fame - in face, Eisner writes the introduction to this volume). Plastic Man is "Eels" O'Brian, a notorious gangster who has acid spilled on him in a heist gone wrong. He is saved by a kind monk, who inspires him to fight criminals. See and discover other items: jack cole, dc archives, comic archives, plastic man dc comics.

The 1940's was the Golden Age of Comics but the two most inventive comics artists were Will Eisner and Plastic Man's creator, Jack Cole.

Edward Patrick "Eel" O'Brian. The 1940's was the Golden Age of Comics but the two most inventive comics artists were Will Eisner and Plastic Man's creator, Jack Cole. This volume doesn't disappoint, with some great stories involving a candy factory, the evil Dr. Phobia, Professor Spindrift in his tall suit, the insane Mr. Happiness and a solo Woozy Winks story.

Plastic man archives vol. 6. . Collecting for the first time the Plastic Man features from PLASTIC MAN COMICS and Police Comics In this volume, featuring a foreword by Michael T. Gilbert (Mr. Monster), Plas faces a super-gunsmith of the underworld, crushes The Crab, and more! Talent. Colorist Jack Cole, Studios Kaleidocolor, Rick Keene. Inker Jack Cole, Andre LeBlanc, Alex Kotzky, John Spranger, Bart Tumey. Introduction Michael T. Gilbert. Penciller Jack Cole, Alex Kotzky, John Spranger, Bart Tumey. Written by: Jack Cole.

In this volume, featuring an insightful foreword by comics historian Michael T. Monster), Plas faces a super-gunsmith of the underworld, crushes The Crab, and more! The Plastic Man Archives, Vol. 3 May 2018 · Rosenberg, TX, United States ·. See all.

DC Archives Plastic Man Volume 6 - Hardcover Graphic Novel.

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Jack Cole/Cover Artist. 2004, September (Publication). September 29, 2004 (Publication). Police Comics Vol 1/Collections. Quality Comics Reprints.

This volume features an introduction by renowned European comics historian Andreas Knigge, and is loaded with wacky, outrageous adventures of Plastic Man and his pal Woozy Winks - including the first . Volume 6 - 1st printing.

This volume features an introduction by renowned European comics historian Andreas Knigge, and is loaded with wacky, outrageous adventures of Plastic Man and his pal Woozy Winks - including the first Woozy solo story and an unusual Plastic Man text story! Hardcover, 216 pages, full color. Tags: Pre-Crisis DCU (1939-1985). Collects Police Comics (1941-1953) and Plastic Man (1943-56 Vital/Quality) Written by Jack Cole. Art by Jack Cole, Alex Kotzky, Bart Tumey, and Andre LeBlanc.

Follows the adventures of the superhero, a reformed criminal, and his bizare sidekick, Woozy Winks.
  • Great read, brings back old memories from my childhood, Thanks for the memories. I love reading and reminiscing these old comics.

  • Jack Cole's "Plastic Man" went through a number of refinements at the hands of his creator, none of which robbed the series of it punch (or punch lines). Great fun!

  • If you like Plastic Man, you'll love this.

  • This is the sixth volume in the DC Archives series of Plastic Man reprints from Police Comics and Plastic Man. Covering Plastic Man #5 & 6 and the Plastic Man stories from Police Comics #s 59 to 65. The madness continues but there is a question of credit where it is due.

    At this time in his career Jack Cole was busy. By all accounts he was an artist who liked to do it all from drawing to inking to lettering but at this point in his career he had to turn his creation over to other hands (just like Will Eisner turned his beloved creation the Spirit into Cole's hands while Eisner went into the army during World War II).

    The trouble is that in the golden age of comics many times records were not kept of who did what (not until Marvel where the creators were promoted were their credit boxes in every story and even then people still debate who inked Fantastic Four #1 in 1961). When you view the content pages very few of the stories have credits for the reason I sited.

    None the less the army of creators Cole employed to do the job were more than up to the task. From battling babies to femme fatales. From evil magicians to Woozy's (Plastic Man's W.C.Fields like sidekick) the pace moves fast, furious and whacky with the occasion bit of pathos thrown in. Some of the stories almost seem like motion picture cartoons magically captured on paper.

    The best thing about the reprints in this volume is other than some of the fashions they stand the test of time and do not seem dated today which is one of the tests of great fiction or art.

    Well worth it.

  • This is the sixth volume of the series collecting Jack Cole's Plastic Man comics in quality hardcover books. Jack Cole was a comics genius and these stories are great. Highly recommended.