Doom Patrol #1-87, Annual #2 (1987-1995)

Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: John Byrne , Steve Lightle , Joe Staton Inks by: Terry Austin , John Byrne , Karl Kesel , Gary Martin , Joe Staton Cover by: Steve Lightle

When Celsius finds the wheelchair of her late husband Niles Caulder, she begins a journey to find the supposedly dead members of Doom Patrol and recruits Robotman and Tempest to aid her in her quest.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Steve Lightle Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Steve Lightle

The captured Celsius, Tempest and Cliff Steele must contend with Kalki, who plans on using a satellite to kill anyone who isn’t faithful! Meanwhile, Harry Stein and Valentina Vostok arrive in Jamaica to look for the missing members of Doom Patrol.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Steve Lightle Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Steve Lightle

The fates of Kalki and Negative Man are resolved, as we meet Rhea Jones, the newest Doom Patrol member!

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Steve Lightle Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Steve Lightle

Meet Karma, the newest member of Doom Patrol, and see the confrontation between Negative Woman and Negative Man.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Steve Lightle Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Steve Lightle

A transmission regarding Niles’ Operation Overcast is intercepted by the Doom Patrol and the team flies off to investigate, only to be met by the Operation’s current meta-humans.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Erik Larsen

The new members are all that stand between an Ozark town and total destruction!

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Erik Larsen

The rookie members of the Doom Patrol face off against a deadly adversary–one who can explode and reform at will!

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Erik Larsen

Kansas City may never been the same again, as Shrapnel tangles with the entire Doom Patrol team!

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg, Steve Miller Pencils by: Randy DuBurke, Erik Larsen Inks by: Joe Alidetta, Gary Martin Cover by: Erik Larsen

Larry Trainor tries to regain control of the Negative Energy–but will he end up killing Val Vostok in the process?

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Erik Larsen

Superman’s enemy Metallo discovers Robotman’s supply of spare parts and he wants to stock up! Can Robotman and the Man of Steel stop the villain?

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Gary Martin Cover by: Erik Larsen

Garguax strikes in person, Reactron is freed from prison, and the Doom Patrol is caught in a frenzy.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Pablo Marcos Cover by: Erik Larsen

Negative Man regains his energy form–but at what cost? The Doom Patrol fights to save Earth from an invasion by Garguax, while in Washington, DC, another person from the Patrol’s past is revealed.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Al Gordon Cover by: Erik Larsen

The Doom Patrol plans to resume their search for the Chief…plans that change drastically when Power Girl shows up at their door to enlist them in the battle between Order and Chaos.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Jim Sanders III Cover by: Erik Larsen

The new Lord of Chaos has defeated Power Girl. Can the Doom Patrol save Kansas City before it crumbles?

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Erik Larsen Inks by: Jim Sanders III Cover by: Erik Larsen

The search for the Chief comes to an end…but along with their long-lost leader, the Doom Patrol also finds their old foes, General Immortus and the Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Graham Nolan Inks by: Timothy Dzon Cover by: Erik Larsen

The Chief is alive! But not for long if General Immortus and the Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man have anything to say about it!

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Graham Nolan Inks by: Timothy Dzon Cover by: Erik Larsen

The Doom Patrol strike up an alliance with their alien foe Garguax as they go up against the forces of the alien invasion beneath the Arctic icecap.

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Written by: Paul Kupperberg Pencils by: Graham Nolan Inks by: Timothy Dzon Cover by: Erik Larsen

The Doom Patrol returns to Kansas City to mourn the death of one of their team…but Garguax isn’t giving them time to grieve.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Carlos Garzon Cover by: Richard Case

In Crawling from the Wreckage part 1, Grant Morrison begins his celebrated run–one of the earliest works of his DC career. After the events of recent issues, the team must rebuild, gaining all new members in the process!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Richard Case

The Doom Patrol’s new direction continues as the Patrol welcomes Rebis, the new Negative-being, and we learn more about Crazy Jane…and the Scissormen start cutting up something fierce. Crawling from the Wreckage part 2.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Richard Case

The Scissormen come a-calling as the Patrol sets up shop in the old Justice League of America’s former mountain headquarters. Crawling from the Wreckage part 3.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Richard Case

In this Crawling from the Wreckage finale, the new Doom Patrol takes the battle with the Scissormen to their home dimension–and the sinister City of Bone.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Richard Case

Red Jack kidnaps Lodestone while she lies comatose. The question remains, WHO is he? And what does he want from the Doom Patrol?

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Richard Case

The Doom Patrol wages an assault on Red Jack at his mysterious home to save the life of their ally Lodestone!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Doug Braithwaite Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Richard Case

More secrets of the new Doom Patrol are revealed as Josh and Dorothy Spinner tour the new team headquarters!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

The superhero Sunburst confronts a strange sleeping supervillain. But as they battle, a strange cloud kidnaps a girl–setting into motion events that lead to the formation of a new gang!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

Mr. Nobody and his gang head to Paris to steal a painting from a collection in the French Alps. His plan: to free the power of the painting, turning it into a man-eating monster!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

The Doom Patrol arrives in Paris for a meeting with Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, and Animal Man, who inform them about the dangerous painting. But in order to save everyone, the team needs to enter the painting themselves!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

As the Doom Patrol battles the Brotherhood of Dada inside the painting, Superman and the Justice League arrive in Paris prepared to destroy whatever evil emerges!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

Take a trip inside the mind of Crazy Jane! With Jane in a cataleptic state after the team’s adventure in Paris, Cliff Steele enters her mind in order to revive his fallen comrade.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

A man named Willoughby Kipling barely escapes an assassination attempt by the Cult of the Unwritten Book. With the universe itself on the line, he turns to the Doom Patrol for help!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

The Doom Patrol track down the Unwritten Book and its owner in Barcelona. They split up, leaving Crazy Jane with the boy and the book. But can she protect him from the Sisters of Our Lady of the Razor?

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

At Doom Patrol Headquarters, Professor Niles Caulder looks at some readings and determines that the Patrol is facing the end of the world. Meanwhile, Cliff Steele is taken prisoner by the Cult!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: Simon Bisley

Cliff Steele’s going up against the toughest foe he’s ever faced…himself, as his disembodied brain and new robot body engage in a most unusual dialogue. Also, the Brain and Monsieur Mallah return!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: John Nyberg Cover by: W. H. Pratt

Featuring the first appearance of Flex Mentallo and Danny the Street! Back in his old body, Cliff Steele assists Professor Caulder in preparing for the move to a new headquarters. Meanwhile, Dorothy Spinner works with Joshua Clay in controlling her powers.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Kelley Jones Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

The Doom Patrol does battle with the Men from N.O.W.H.E.R.E., who are trying to destroy Danny the Street! In space, a ship full of aliens is en route to Earth.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

After awakening from her coma and talking with Cliff Steele and Professor Caulder, Rhea Jones heads off to the circus with Rebis, Crazy Jane and Cliff in pursuit.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

The aliens that appeared at the end of last issue explain to Cliff, Jane, Joshua and Professor Caulder their war with the race known as the geomancers–who have already kidnapped Rhea and Rebis!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Kim DeMulder, Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

Cliff and Jane explore the aliens’ homeworld known as The Mesh–and are viciously attacked by a Smoke Dog!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

The Insect Mesh is preparing for battle while Cliff and Jane descend into the no-man’s-land between the two powers and begin fighting their way toward the center.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Kim DeMulder, Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

The sacred Judge Rock lies in ruin as the war comes to an end. Can the Doom Patrol help the aliens resolve their differences?

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Mike Dringenberg Inks by: Doug Hazlewood Cover by: Simon Bisley

It’s the spotlight story you have been waiting for, the secret origin of the legendary Flex Mentallo!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Steve Yeowell Inks by: Steve Yeowell Cover by: Simon Bisley

Something startling is buried beneath the Pentagon and the Doom Patrol is out to learn what it is. Back at base, Dolores Watson finally finds Flex as he, the Chief, Dorothy, and Josh are attacked by the REAL Men from N.O.W.H.E.R.E.!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

Doom Patrol infiltrates the Pentagon to find the captured Flex Mentallo and Dorothy Spinner and learns of the horror of the Ant Farm.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Vince Giarrano Inks by: Malcolm Jones III Cover by: Simon Bisley

Ernest Franklin is consumed by a hatred of facial hair–and is hired by the equally strange group The Bearded Gentlemen’s Club of Metropolis to kill Niles Caulder.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

The Chief has finally come through with a new body for Cliff. But when he starts planning on starting some secret new research, Rebis confronts him about it.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark McKenna Cover by: Simon Bisley

Meet the shadowy Mr. Evans and the Scarlet Harlot! Who are they and what do they want? And why does it mean trouble for the Doom Patrol?

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Scott Hanna Cover by: Simon Bisley

Meet some new and oh-so-strange super-powered misfits as a disorganized and disoriented Doom Patrol battles the shadowy Mr. Evans, who’s come to spread sexual havoc among the good folk of Happy Harbor.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Mark Badger Cover by: Simon Bisley

The stain on Dr. Silence’s picture isn’t getting any smaller. If you pity him now, you’ll feel worse when he meets the Love Glove.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Art by: Simon Bisley, Richard Case, Duncan Fegredo, Paul Grist, Jamie Hewlett, Rian Hughes Cover by: Simon Bisley

Get ready for a face-off between the Doom Patrol and their very worst enemies, the chilling new Brotherhood of Dada!

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Richard Case, Mark McKenna, Stan Woch Cover by: Simon Bisley

Mr. Nobody runs for president, promising 365 Christmases a year. How can the Doom Patrol not support him, even if he is their worst foe?

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Philip Bond Cover by: Jamie Hewlett

Cliff, Josh, and Yankee Doodle crash a Brotherhood of Dada political rally. And the Mister Nobody saga comes to a startling conclusion.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case, Ken Steacy Inks by: Scott Hanna, Ken Steacy Cover by: Shaky Kane

We meet a Doom Patrol that might have been if two guys named Stan and Jack had chronicled their adventures 25 years ago.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Gavin Wilson

Rebis is missing in action on the moon, preparing for the final stage of his/her strange metamorphosis as Cliff Steele fights the New Brotherhood of Dada and Danny the Street dreams of the Dream Doom Patrol.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Simon Bisley

Cliff Steele tries to stop Crazy Jane from killing her abusive father, while Dorothy Spinner must stop the Candlemaker from destroying the world.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Simon Bisley

What member of the Doom Patrol is dead? Find out in the conclusion of a two-part look at Crazy Jane and the beginning of the end of the Doom patrol.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Richard Case, Mark McKenna, Stan Woch Cover by: Simon Bisley

Cliff is paralyzed and the Chief finally reveals the true history of the Doom Patrol.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Sean Phillips Inks by: Sean Phillips Cover by: Simon Bisley

Cliff Steele awakens in an old robotic body and learns that the Candlemaker is loose.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Tom Taggart

The Candlemaker is killing the world, but not everyone can see the horrific effects of the Secret Apocalypse, leaving the remnants of the Doom Patrol to save a planet that doesn’t know it’s dying.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Jamie Hewlett

A powerless Crazy Jane joins the battle as the Candlemaker seizes Danny the Street.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Tom Taggart

The Doom Patrol makes its last stand as the Candlemaker’s secret apocalypse comes to a terrifying conclusion.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Duncan Fegredo

The Chief has been decapitated, but his nanomachines continue his twisted mission…and the surviving Doom Patrol members must prevent them from spreading catastrophe throughout the world.

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Written by: Grant Morrison Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Richard Case

Grant Morrison’s seminal run concludes! Crazy Jane is stranded in the bleak hell of the real world, cut off from the Doom Patrol–if indeed they ever existed.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Brian Bolland

Dorothy Spinner, trapped in a hostile land, conjures up an imaginary Doom Patrol to battle a mob of terrifying apparitions.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Richard Case, Linda Medley Inks by: Stan Woch Cover by: Tom Taggart

Cliff Steele returns, but his computer brain seems to be a few bits short of a byte. With the Chief on ice and Dorothy freaking out, who will help Cliff put all the pieces back together?

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Richard Case Inks by: Stan Woch

The Doom Patrol begins to pull itself together yet again as Niles Caulder, the beheaded Chief, is reborn and rechristened.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Graham Higgins Cover by: Tom Taggart

The Doom Patrol takes another typically strange day in stride as they move into a bizarre new headquarters, gain two new members, and try to cope with the pre-teen menace called the Wild Girls.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Graham Higgins Cover by: Tom Taggart

The Doom Patrol discovers the secret of the Identity Addict, a super-hero with an unlimited number of costumed identities.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Graham Higgins Cover by: Tom Taggart

The Doom Patrol beat their way to the Identity Addict’s doorstep only to meet the Visionary Stomach, the Unborn Peacock, the Compassionate Cop, and the Better Mousetrap.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Scot Eaton Inks by: Tom Sutton Cover by: Tom Taggart

Meet a villain endowed with strange powers and hung up on demolishing anyone who dares blow his cover. His challenger is Coagula, a woman granted bizarre chemical powers from an encounter with an ex-Doom Patrol member.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Tom Sutton Cover by: Tom Taggart

Cliff faces a shocking revelation about his past, the Doom Patrol meets Coagula, and Dorothy Spinner signs on with the Wild Girls.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Tom Sutton Cover by: Tom Taggart

Foxfur makes Cliff an offer he can’t refuse: a human body in exchange for his services as Foxfur’s champion.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Gene Fama Cover by: Bob Fingerman

The Head sleeps and dreams of Window Men, Doctor Void, the Confusers, and the infrequently visited corners of Niles Caulder’s soul.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Mark Wheatley Cover by: Michael Uman

The Children’s Crusade part 5, continued from SWAMP THING (1982-1996) ANNUAL #7. A troubled Dorothy Spinner finds her spirits lifting when she’s lured from the bosom of the Doom Patrol into the otherworldly Free Country. It could be the start of a new life–one even worse than the one she left behind. Continued in ARCANA: THE BOOKS OF MAGIC ANNUAL #1.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Linda Medley Inks by: Tom Sutton Cover by: Bob Fingerman

When Cliff Steele learns that there are scads of cheap, pirated versions of his downloaded-to-disk consciousness floating around, he must travel the world to confront and try to purge his duplicated consciousness from video games, domestic robots and garage-door openers.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Brian Bolland

The Teiresias Wars part 1! The new U.S. President is escorted into the bowels of the Pentagon where he witnesses a terrifying sight, an event that marks the renewal of an ages-old conflict between the impossibly ancient shapeshifting magicians, the Teiresiae, and the Builders.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

Cliff Steele is blown to bits as the conflagration between the Builders and Teiresiae continues, leading to another new robotic body-this time, one of his own design. The Teiresias Wars part 2.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

Cliff Steele gets a new body–one designed to his specifications. Meanwhile, the Doom Patrol learns the origin of the Teiresias Wars, as their home is under siege by the Builders, the group seeking to recreate the Tower of Babel. The Teiresias Wars part 3.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Joseph Baker

Cliff Steele’s new robot body must merge with Kate’s in order for them to reach the other-dimensional space where the Teiresiae hide. Meanwhile, the new Tower of Babel continues to exert an even greater control over the world. The Teiresias Wars part 4.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

The Doom Patrol must prevent their Teiresiae allies from destroying the new Tower of Babel with a firestorm that will also consume the Earth. The Teiresias Wars part 5.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Pander Brothers Cover by: Kyle Baker

In the rubble-strewn aftermath of the Teiresias Wars, an alienated Dorothy follows Charlie, the seedy doll, into a strange world to free a soul imprisoned and guarded by yapping dogs.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

Dorothy once again is losing control of her powers, threatening Violet Valley with a takeover by African spirit dancers and sitcom housewives. Masquerade part 1.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

Difficulties with her physical maturation lead Dorothy into joining a strange ritual with the Violet Valley witch coven, while the Head gains new mobility courtesy of the sex ghosts. Masquerade part 2.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Pencils by: Jamie Tolagson Inks by: Matt Howarth Cover by: Kyle Baker

Cliff Steele remembers battles and picnics with Crazy Jane; the Bandage Twins recall wild parties with JFK; Dorothy recollects romantic love affairs. But did any of this really happen? It’s the return of False Memory, confusing everyone in the Doom Patrol except for the Head.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

Imagine Ari’s Friends part 1! Reb Chaim–a renegade Hassidic miracle worker-appeals to the Doom Patrol for aid against a cult of messianic magicians called the Healers who plan to save the world…by destroying it.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

Charlie, Dorothy’s mysterious and prophetic doll, at last reveals his true nature, while the Doom Patrol learns of the Healers and their leader, the Rabbi of Darkness. Imagine Ari’s Friends part 2.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

The Doom Patrol sets out on a desperate search for the last piece of the Biblical Joseph’s Cup of Dreams, even as the Healers release the Light of Healing into a world that is far from ready for it. Imagine Ari’s Friends part 3.

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Written by: Rachel Pollack Art by: Ted McKeever Cover by: Kyle Baker

The Doom Patrol must save the world from the Healers and Rabbi of Darkness by finding its own true healing. Imagine Ari’s Friends part 4 is the series’ final issue.

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