We’re looking at Doom Patrol #6 and we’re getting to the bottom of what happened to Cliff Steele. If the dude is dead… how did he manage to appear in the five previous issues of this series? We start to uncover the truth right now.
We’re looking at Doom Patrol #60 and the Candlemaker makes things worse for every one of the Doom Patrol.
We’re looking at Doom Patrol #5, and in this issue, the new Doom Patrol and the not-the Doom Patrol-anymore Doom patrol take on a whole host of Asian demons and beasties. And then at the end of the issue, things get weird.
Remember last time, when things were looking bad for the Doom Patrol and everything was falling apart? Well… in issue #59, it gets worse.
We’re looking at the fourth issue of John Arcudi and Tan Eng Huat’s Doom Patrol and it’s Doom Patrol vs. Doom Patrol vs. a giant Asian sword-wielding, tiger-skin stealing, origami-making dude.
What do you do on the day after your origin has been told (and everything you thought you knew was a bit of a lie… and also… your brain gets squished on the floor)? If you’re Cliff Steele… you just keep on going, cuz the end of the world is just around the corner. Join Scott and Murray as they look at Doom Patrol #58.
It’s Doom Patrol #3 by John Arcudi and Tan Eng Huat. The Doom Patrol moves into a dance club, and meet up with their first adversary. And mysterious stuff is going down with Cliff Steele.
It’s Doom Patrol #57 and Grant Morrison and Richard Case are revisiting the origins of the Doom Patrol and boyoboy is it a doozy! Come join Scott and Murray as they look through the issue.
We are looking at John Arcudi and Tan Eng Huat’s second issue of the Doom Patrol and it’s great fun… just the way comics used to be. Good characters… some funny moments… some action… some mystery. And then the team quits.
We are looking at Doom Patrol #56 by Grant Morrison and Richard Case. Crazy Jane is starting to get better… just as the rest of the Doom Patrol is starting to fall apart. And boy oh boy… that last page!!!