Doom Patrol #15

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 10, 2002

    Cliff has never seemed all that comfortable within this latest incarnation of Doom Patrol, so his departure didn't really strike me as all that surprising. However, the reason for his departure made for interesting reading, as we see the question of whether he possesses a soul is still very much an unresolved question. I was also a bit thrown by the idea that the rest of the team broke apart after Cliff left. There's also a very real sense that this break up was actually a welcome event for Ava, as she is extra creepy in this issue, and one has to be a bit concerned about Ted, thanks to the scene where Ava expresses her interest in him. The issue also acts to shatter Shyleen's shy & quiet demeanor, as she literally explodes into a rage in this issue, and manages to offer up a pretty intense cliffhanger finish along the way. However, now that he's gone and broken the team apart, I can now enjoy John Arcudi's efforts of putting it back together, as right now this looks rather difficult. Read Full Review

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