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  • Title: The Doom Patrol Archives, Vol. 3
  • Author: Arnold Drake Bruno Premiani BobBrown
  • ISBN: 9781401207663
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Hardcover

  • The DOOM PATROL was certainly one of the unusual and most fondly remembered of DCs 1960s titleswith of a focus on the personality of the characters themselves In this third volume we see a new unofficial member, a wedding and a very early DC crossover with The Challengers of the Unknown
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    Dlotempio
    My rosy view of this series started to diminish with this volume. Premani is still excellent and provides art that humanizes the fantastic threats and body distortions. Drake is still pulling in interesting concepts like Robotman's existential horror resulting from his loss of body. Even the throwaway line that Negative Man sent Larry Trainor a birthday card is a cool concept that foreshadows Grant Morrison's work. But the flippant rejoinders, constant need to fill panels with words and lack of [...]

    Joseph
    Another fun-filled Doom Patrol Archive. In this volume, we are introduced to Beast Boy, the green skinned boy who has been a mainstay of the DCU since his re-introduction as Changeling with the New Teen Titans. The stories are fast paced and the characterizations are consistent throughout. We get to know more about the background for Robotman in this volume, as well.Rita Farr, Elasti-Girl, tends to spend most of her time in a will-she-or-won't-she dalliance with Steve (Mento) Dayton, but ends up [...]

    Kevin Mann
    For the most part, this is fun, very uncomplicated, the result of a much simpler time. I had read a few of these 60s Doom Patrol reprints as a child in the 1970s, so i knew what i was getting into with a re-read 35 years later, regarding the title's style & art. Fans tend to proclaim these as "ahead-of-their-time", i would disagree with that, these stories are very much OF their time. And as much as some want to contend these are more like Marvels of that day, than DC, i would disagree. The [...]

    Keith
    Archives, Vol 3 is a bit of a slog compared to the previous volumes. While Vol. 1 is genuinely disconcerting and strange, and Vol. 2 has some zip and good ol'fashioned beat-em ups, v3 is weighed down with a lot of uninteresting developments that don't even feel much like Doom Patrol. The first half of the book is mostly focused on the introduction of the animorphing Beast Boy, a new recruit to the team that sort of feels like when Cousin Oliver was added to the Brady Bunch -- he's annoying, his [...]

    Adam Graham
    This third collection of Doom Patrol stories is the best yet, collecting Issues 98-105 of Doom Patrol along with Issue 48 of Challengers of the Unknown.The first two collections were superb but this one topped them. There are a number of reasons why.First and foremost was the introduction of Beast Boy, a spunky orphan with the amazing Superpower to change himself into any animal and a smart aleck attitude that was second to none. The character also had a compelling personal story as his guardian [...]

    Rich Meyer
    Another great entry in the DC Archives series, and one that I couldn't put down. Usually I try to read these a few issues a night, just so they last longer. But the original Doom Patrol always draws a person in to their strange little world. This volume features nothing but the art of Bruno Premiani and Bob Brown (covers and the Challengers issue). Arnold Drake really hit his stride in the stories in the one, as the Mento-Rita Farr romance turns to marriage, Mr. 103 returns twice, and Beast Boy [...]

    Todd
    Seriously, why have people not been insisting that I read this book when I've asked for Silver Age recommendations? Solid writing, excellent characters, bizarre humor. This comic is impressive. I'm going to have to check out Drake's run on Challengers of the Unknown. Perhaps, I'll find some fun there.

    Craig
    This is really fun and light, despite the main tenet and name of the team. I took a star off because some if it is a bit dated, but it doesn't render it any less enjoyablejust sometimes overly verbose.

    Thurston
    One too many 'pardon the pun' jokes for meBut a 5 star just on the covers themselvesWould have loved this as a kid. intermix some science lessons with how the mr 103 can change elements and how they reactt badKudos to the glossy ARCHIVE editions!! cheezy dialogue and all

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