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Crazy Jane is stranded in the bleak hell of the real world, cut off from the Doom Patrol - if indeed they ever existed. This is a 32-page, no-ads issue, presenting Grant Morrison's final Doom Patrol story and a preview of the opening story of the new Doom Patrol writer, poet and award-winning novelist Rachel Pollack.







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...And Art was Her Salvation 0

I hereby continue the reviews of my favorite Grant Morrison issues in anticipation of Action Comics #1. Last week, I reviewed Doom Patrol #62, “Planet Love.” Tonight, I thought why not cover the Doom Patrol finale while the last review is still fresh in my mind. “The Empire of Chairs” is the swan song of Grant’s run on Doom Patrol and it’s possibly the most beautiful single issue written by the man (possibly). We meet up again with Crazy Jane who had been sent to “Hell” by the Candlemaker a few...

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