Doomed and Alpha Centurion are locked in mortal combat, and this most dangerous game just might end in a fatality as a new combatant enters the fray! Plus, the moment youve been waiting for as Superman turns his attention to Doomed!
If you read the sentence, “Doomed decapitates Mother Herd with a boat,” and weren't interested in reading this, Doomed #6 probably isn't the book for you. While I normally don't enjoy issues that are mainly action, Lobdell does a good job of using the action to develop Reiser as a character. Combined with great artwork, this is a solid read. There are a couple of missteps in my opinion but they're easy to overlook in this case. Read Full Review
Maybe it's because I'm one of the few fans of this book, but I felt betrayed by this finale. Instead of properly tying up his story, Scott Lobdell just uses this issue to get Reiser/Doomed prepped for his appearance in Teen Titans. Who was this issue for? If my anger while reading it was any indication, it wasn't for me. Read Full Review
As with issue 5, I only hope Reiser continues to have a presence in the DC universe. This may not have been the best series ever, but it was good enough and I've found mini-doom likeable enough as a character that I hope to see more of him.