Doom Patrol #1

    Doom Patrol » Doom Patrol #1 - Baptism of Blood released by DC Comics on August 2004.

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    Baptism of Blood last edited by PtitMog on 07/15/20 11:37PM View full history

    The original World’s Strangest Heroes are back, in the way that only the legendary John Byrne can deliver! Picking up in the wake of the events of “The Tenth Circle” saga in JLA, this series reunites Robot Man, Elasti-Girl, Negative Man and Niles Caulder with a host of edgy new super-heroes! They’ve defeated the vampire Crucifer…or have they?



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    An Awful Comic and a Worse Doom Patrol Comic 0

    The Good: Umm.... It's weird? And Martian Manhunter's in it. That's cool. And I guess all the JLA are pretty decently written. Look, when I'm reviewing something this bad I have to count my blessings. Oh, yeah, if the title hadn't let you on, this issue is really bad. The new characters seem kind of interesting, and I somehow like the precedent that aside from the constant Robotman, every Doom Patrol needs some new members unique in the entire DCU to that iteration of the Doom Patrol. Kupperburg...

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