I actually picked this one up for my eldest son to read. He's a HUGE Plastic Man fan. And unlike Plastic Man On the Lam, this one isn't violent enough for me to want to keep him from reading it. There isn't a real continuity to the stories, just a bunch of Plastic Man trying to wiggle his way out of some kind of trouble in the world. It's a great bit of humor reading and opened my eyes a bit more to what Plastic Man was like. One of the best parts, in my opinion, were the references that placed it in time. You could tell that it was a comic written in the 2000s. And I like things that I can point to and say "Hey, I remember that!".
It's one of the comics that you don't really need to know a lot about. It isn't dark or historical. It doesn't change the internal world. It's just fun. And we all need a bit of fun in our lives.