Doom Patrol #18

Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Tan Eng Huat Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 12, 2003

    An entertaining adventure set in the past, as this book continues its rather odd method of delivering a plot by placing the various members of the new Doom Patrol into a story that is set in ancient China. This in turn results in a very funny tale, that also does a pretty good job of delivering the information that I'm guessing will play a key role in what looks to be this book's final arc. This issue is an amusing exercise that has fun with the idea that the cast of this book have been placed into ancient China, but they can still draw upon their modern day sensibilities, so that the personalities of these characters are not changed so they would be a better fit for this era. Now this does result in a rather mixed up story, and there are times where one is drawn out of the era by a comment that doesn't suit this time period, but in the end this is an entertaining read, and it's yet another issue where I'm fully convinced that this series is one of the best series to come out of the re Read Full Review

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