Equally I'm impressed by the artwork. I expected Byrne to illustrate with his usual attentiveness to anatomy, scale and what not, but he does more in Doom Patrol. He illustrates with an attention to character. For instance, I have a better bead on Faith because of the way Byrne describes her body language. She casually hangs her legs over the arm of a chair in which she sits. The costuming reflects character. The difference in facial and body construction adds distinction. These are subtleties that even I didn't expect and help Doom Patrol exceed. Read Full Review
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