Doll Man lives somewhere in the middle of an unknown city, with idiosyncratic perspective.
|And bean people. And orange grass. And yellow skies.|
A city where toy aeroplanes are the size of children.
|Much bigger than the one that hit Hal Jordan's head.|
Doll Man supports creativity in the youth.
|As well as briefness in conversation.|
Doll Man lives somewhere in the middle of an apartment with idiosyncratic perspective.
|And avant garde decorating theory.|
Doll Man's hat has a life of its own and defies physics.
|Eat your heart out, Phantom Stranger.|
Doll Man arranges his books by color, not subject or author.
|All must be tidy in Doll Man's world, including word balloons.|
Doll Man's city has ultra-specific boutique businesses.
|And an exceedingly vibrant diamond exchange.|
Doll Man's visitors can wilt your bouquets with harrowing exposition.
|How often does "so often" mean in this context?|
Doll Man's city conserves electricity.
|And discourages Kryptonian tourists.|
Doll Man contains within him multitudes.
|All of them prepared to stay the night.|
Doll Man puts out the light shortly.
|Because that's how he does everything.|