The new Justice League Unlimited undertakes its second mission, gathering a fresh team to shut down an anomaly in France. Alanna Strange, Equinox, Animal Man and Stargirl recruit Batgirl, Steel, Robotman and Vandal Savage to enter a zone where time is in chaos, and wars past and future are being fought simultaneously. The motley crew […]Read More Justice League United #13 review
Last year DC gave us the Weird Worlds anthology, six issues of great-looking, flighty fun. Here’s the sequel, with two of the three stars of that book back, while the irritating Lobo is, happily, gone. The first returnee is Garbage Man, the Swamp Man-Thing creation of artist-writer Aaron Lopresti (who provides this issue’s lovely cover). […]Read More My Greatest Adventure #1 review
And now, the end is … here. The Doom Patrol is cancelled again, but they’re not going down without a fight. And their foe in the story entitled ‘Doomsday (No, not him)’ is ‘pandimensional carpetbagger’ Mr Somebody, who’s taken over Oolong Island by taking over President Veronica Cale. Marshalled by the villainous General Immortus in a […]Read More Cancelled Comics Cavalcade Week – Doom Patrol #22 review
Since 1963 the World’s Strangest Heroes have been beating the odds. Brought together by the mysterious Chief, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl and Robotman were the Doom Patrol. The heroes created by Arnold Drake and Bruno Premiani not only risked their lives for the world, they’ve given them, voluntarily dying at the end of their original run […]Read More Their Greatest Adventure – Save the Doom Patrol!
A slacker brat finally finds his purpose but his parents aren’t pleased. Bane’s first date is equal parts hilarity and violence. The Secret Six invades Oolong Island. And something fishy this way comes as the Doom Patrol mops up after one of the departed Chief’s shady experiments. The Doom Patrol? Yes, it’s crossover time, as DC’s craziest […]Read More Secret Six #30 review
Having nationalised the Doom Patrol, Oolong Island president Veronica Cale forces the team into accompanying her to a state banquet in North Korea. There they’re reunited with an old – very old – enemy and make the acquaintance of a family who make the Mansons look like the Bradys. Those are the bare bones of […]Read More Doom Patrol #17 review
Horror writer Brian Keene visits Oolong Island, and brings a long-lost member of the Doom Patrol with him. Step forward Ted Bruder, formerly Fast Forward but usually referred to as Negative Man II for his less than sparkling personality. Once he could see 60 seconds in the future, but lately he’s been falling between realities, […]Read More Doom Patrol #16 review