Doom Patrol #10

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 11, 2002

    While Geoff Johns' "Flash" is offering up top quality super-hero action, and the "JSA" continues to be one of the most entertaining team books on the stands, as of this issue John Arcudi's Doom Patrol holds the top spot, as my favorite DC title. I mean, first one has to admire the idea that John Arcudi has created almost an entirely new cast on the series, and that he's also managed to generate entertaining stories, without the use of a single big-name villain. There's also the fact that this title is easily one of the funniest titles on the stands, as starting with the super arrogant Ted, this book's cast is a fine collection of amusing personalities, and John Arcudi has a wonderful grasp on how to poke fun at the conventions of the super-hero comic. Combine this with the wonderfully energetic work of Tan Eng Huat, who has now delivered ten issues in a row (an impressive feat for the modern day comic artist), and you have one of the best new titles to come out of DC in years. Read Full Review

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