Gail Simone first caught the attention of the comics world on the world wide web, where her popular humor column "You'll All Be Sorry!" was featured on Comic Book Resources. It wasn't long before she was tapped to write The Simpsons for Bongo Comics, which led to working in the mainstream for Marvel Comics as the writer on Deadpool.
Following her Marvel work, Simone began working for DC, where she is most known for her much-beloved run on BIRDS OF PREY. She has continued to write for DC and its many imprints on titles that include ROSE AND THORN, ACTION COMICS, TEEN TITANS, THE LEGION, VILLAINS UNITED, JLA CLASSIFIED, THE ALL-NEW ATOM, GEN13 and WELCOME TO TRANQUILITY. Her most recent projects include BATGIRL and THE MOVEMENT.
PLASTIC MAN #4
Plastic Man fondly remembers his days as a simple street thug, when people knew his name and respected his talents (even though no one ever respected him).
PLASTIC MAN #3
Eel went looking for a kid, but he found a Man-Bat instead, who brought him not only to the kid but also to the lair of the secret society that needs Plastic Man to stop asking incon
PLASTIC MAN #1
Meet Eel O’Brian: a petty thug, thief and con artist who runs a strip club. Hey, he’s also dead, at least according to the gang that tossed him out like last week’s garbage.
PLASTIC MAN #5
Eel O’Brian takes a flexible view of morality: you walk on your side of the line, he’ll keep his feet on his (no promises about his hands, eyes, ears or midsection).
CATWOMAN/TWEETY AND SYLVESTER SPECIAL #1
In his relentless pursuit of Tweety, Sylvester suddenly finds himself with a new, human ally—Catwoman.
PLASTIC MAN #2
Eel didn’t like it when a spy blackmailed him over his secret identity, and then a kid found out, and now the dancers at his club know and the concept of a secret identity has gotten
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