Doom Patrol #12

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 12, 2002

    The big selling point of this issue is a very solid little moment where Cliff is made aware of a rather unsettling truth about himself, and while this idea may prove to be false, the mere suggestion that it might be true is enough to grab my attention. The issue also offers up a fairly entertaining tussle with a collection of demons, but truth be told the cast of Doom Patrol are infinitely more interesting, so the pages devoted to the villains aren't as strong as they might've been. Still, the issue is pretty solid entertainment, and the issue does bring to the surface a very big question about one of it main characters that I can't wait to receive the answer to. The back-story that our villains receive is also nicely messed up, as we learn how they are able to collect their supply of condemned souls, and why it's likely that Doom Patrol is likely to see this collection of baddies again. Plus there's also the art of Tan Eng Huat, which continues to impress. Read Full Review

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