"Easy to Chew, But Hard to Swallow!": Plastic Man and Agent Morgan finally go on a vacation without Woozy Winks. They get lost and ask for directions at a gas station where Plas peruses a tabloid that sensationalizes [[Vampires|vampi
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- -- Woozy Winks
Appearing in "Easy to Chew, But Hard to Swallow!"
- Agent Morgan
- Woozy Winks
- Edwina, Mistress of the Undead (First appearance)
- Satan the Cat (First appearance)
- The Cartoonist Wrangler (First appearance) (Narrator)
- Mammoth City
Synopsis for "Easy to Chew, But Hard to Swallow!"
Plastic Man and Agent Morgan finally go on a vacation without Woozy Winks. They get lost and ask for directions at a gas station where Plas peruses a tabloid that sensationalizes vampires preying on villagers. Plas then approaches the clerk who keels over dead. Plas examines the body, which is drained of blood, and finds two small holes in the neck. Clearly a vampire! They decide to head to a nearby house to call some detectives (since they are on vacation).
The phone at the house does not work, so they are invited in by the owner and meet his stepdaughter, Edwina, Mistress of the Dark. Edwina seems a little gothy-gloomy, but the stepfather explains that she is just going through a phase. The two get into an argument and Edwina storms off. The man shows Plas and Morgan to their room. Plas goes to the car to get their luggage and discovers Woozy sleeping in the back.
The man offers Woozy a room as well. He puts them each into separate rooms and starts dreaming of eating them, as he is a vampire! The vampire goes to eat Plas in his sleep, but Plas deflates... Meanwhile, Woozy is also looking for a snack, but the only thing in the fridge is tomato juice. He decides to drink it anyways. The Vampire finds Woozy, hypnotizes him, and goes in for a drink but he can't seem to find Woozy's throat through the chubbiness... He heads off to eat Agent Morgan, but it is Plastic Man in disguise. The two begin to battle.
Morgan enters the battle, as does Edwina - who is eager to put a stake through her stepfather - and the heroes begin to gain the upper hand. Morgan runs out the front door and the vampire pursues, only to discover that it is morning as he bursts into flames.
With things wrapped up, our trio head home but soon discover a hitch-hiker. It's Edwina! She explains that she now has nowhere to go and she's only fifteen. Plas & Morgan take her in and they all live happily-ever-after... Or do they?
- This book was first published on September 22, 2004.
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