Doom Patrol #13

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Seth Fisher Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 8, 2002

    A very interesting situation that is sure to appeal to the longtime fans of the team, while also playing to the strengths of the latest incarnation of Doom Patrol, as we get the best of both worlds. We have the delightfully bizarre Silver Age element of the original group, while we also have the engaging personalties of the new team. Plus, there's a nice nostalgic factor at work here, as this particular lineup hasn't seen the light of day for almost thirty years, and while this might be seen as catering to a rather select group of readers, I do feel that most long running titles benefit from the occasional look back at their early years, if only to show newer readers why Doom Patrol has been around in one form or another for almost 40 years. This looks like a fun little jaunt into the team's past, and John Arcudi makes good use of the premise, as there's some very amusing moments to be found in these pages, as well as a nice sense of urgency thanks to the Brotherhood of Evil's dire sou Read Full Review

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