Doom Patrol #14

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

    An entertaining visit into the past, with the modern day trappings coming in the form of the new cast taking up residence in the bodies of the original Doom Patrol. In the end the past couple issues have acted as a fun crash course into the early days of Doom Patrol, as with the new cast being largely unfamiliar with their predecessors, Robot Man almost plays the role of a tour guide, as he fills in the gaps. The book also continues to display its sense of humor, as Ted remains a delightfully refreshing voice, with his rants about the silly logic of the super-villain mind, and why everyone around him is a friggin' idiot. This issue also has some fun with the idea that Fever wound up in the body of the Chief, as there's several laugh aloud moment that arise from the gender switch, with Ted's little moment with Vic being my personal favorite scene. Now the trip back to the present was a bit abrupt, and the final pages are annoying elusive when it comes to providing answers, but the stuff Read Full Review

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