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PlastiCast

By Max Romero

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Description

A podcast devoted to the Human Rubber Band in every form, PlastiCast explores Plastic Man's appearances in comics, cartoons, and any other medium he's reshaped. Join host Max Romero and the occasional guest for all this — and Woozy, too!

Customer Reviews

Good Natured Fun!

This podcast is tons of good natured fun as host Max Romero shares his love of the Plastic Man character and comics. The joy he finds in these stories is infectious as he reviews and summaries the adventures of the stretchy hero. Max also weaves the history of the comics into each episode giving listeners some great background about the character as well. It’s a joy to listen and is definitely recommended.

The Pliable Paladin! The Ductile Detective! The Stretchable Sleuth!

This is a really fun podcast that is a joy to listen to. I was recently exposed to plastic man from the justice league action cartoon (although I’d seen the character here and there before) and now I can’t get enough of him! I’ve started reading the golden age comics and they are truly stunning. I love learning more about this character and Max Romero provides interesting facts, commentary, and insightful analysis. Can’t wait for more episodes.

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  • Category: Visual Arts
  • Language: English

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