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Comics' strangest super-team is back! Multi-billionaire Thayer Jost is looking to buy his very own superteam, paying Cliff Steele, formerly known as Robotman, for his services and leadership skills, as well as the Doom Patrol name. With four new members rounding out the team,  Ava, Fever, Kid Slick, and Ted Bruder,  will the latest incarnation of the Doom Patrol even survive their first mission?

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The Good: Blazing right out of the start, this first issue tells you, it's not trying to be a rehashing of any other Doom Patrol series. It's going to be its own thing. Sure there's Robotman, but what's a Doom Patrol without Robotman? This is something new, and still not altogether quite like the norm in superhero teams. A corporate exec has bought his own superhero team? That's a pretty unique idea, especially for the main characters. And a lot of it is about P.R. and the expense of filling you...

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