Come on in, the apocalypse is fine! Heroes are reunited (or rebooted), some are lost, but all are changed as the battle for the soul of New York City heats up! LET'S GET PATROLLING!
Down on Derington Way - 7:53
Doom Clock - 11:44
Doomsplaining - 16:11 - This week we look at issues 58 and 59 of Doom Patrol volume 2, by Grant Morrison, Sean Phillips and Richard Case!
Mailbag O Doom - 39:59 - We read your responses to the question, "Where would you like to be locked up overnight?"
So here's the images you really want to see, right?
Let's start with the Bisley cover for Doom Patrol (v2) #58.
|That's a green, green background. Bisley's Robotman borders on iconic.|
Now let's get to the interiors…
|A quiet day with Cliff and Kay.|
|Sean Phillips doing some Ramona Fradon/Richard Case/Sean Phillips mashup.|
|A beautifully art page.|
|Cliff catching some static. |
Do you kids nowadays even know what static is?
|I'm with Hix on this one: we don't need directions, but there is no denying Sean Phillips' artwork.|
|Do not reposition your device. This page was printed this way. As the static cries for help.|
|Phillips really could come back for more DP any time.|
|Cliff sharing his discovery about the Chief.|
|Willoughby Kipling saving the day and backing up the Steele.|
|Today was not a good day for Cliff.|
The cover for #59, complete with Batman watch, courtesy of Tom Taggart.
|Tom Taggart's covers are so wacky. I'd love to see one in real life.|
|One of the ill-fated vignettes that open this issue.|
|Morrison via Kipling being cool before cool was mundane.|
|Hi Jane. Welcome back.|
|Yup. Jane's back, but integrated.|
|That Willoughby Kipling. So helpful.|
|Cliff just doesn't want to lose anyone else.|
|Cliff v. Candlemaker. Give it up for Mike Garvey provided excellent audio effects for the Candlemaker.|
|The return of Rebis.|
|Spider-Man from Nick Derington.|
|Robotman fighting the awesome fight.|
|Extra-special MGA80 (and Derington Twitter) bonus: Iron Man from the Dallas Comic Con.|