The folks over at Multiversity Comics have the first peek at the July offerings from the Young Animal imprint, including the return of the Whole Patrol!
Link Sausage 2016
5 months ago
Time for an all new episode of WAITING FOR PRO-TEEN! WhutWHUUT! Kick back and chill with your ProBros (one is a surprise GUEST HOST!) before you have an episode about issues and issues with episodes, and LET'S GO PRO!
Actually, something doesn't seem quite right about all that...
- Down on Derington Way - 8:14
- Doom Clock - 12:56
- Byrne For You - 20:41
- Doomsplaining - 24:58 - Time to mix the old(ish) with something new(ish), as we dive into the meaty messages hidden between the covers of Doom Patrol Volume 6 issue 1: the Director's Cut! A behind the scenes look at the work of Gerard Way and Nick Derington, with special appearances by Shelly Bond!
- Mailbag O Doom - 45:49 - We read your responses to the question, "What is your fav-our-ite Disney film?"
|The debut of ProTeen!|
|The [redacted] about [redacted] was [redacted]. Sheesh. Is this a political transcript?!|
Down on Derington Way - 6:47Here's the imagery for Solo #7
Doom Clock - 12:13
SURPRISE! New segment! GASP! What's it all about?? You'll have to tune in to find out!!
Doomsplaining - 21:19 - Time for something completely different, as we take a look at a story featuring the Doom Patrol and the Teen Titans, from issue 7 of 'Solo', by Mike Allred!
Mailbag O Doom - 36:37 - super short condensed version of the mailbag this week, as there wasn't a QOTW. I'm sure you'll survive.
|No one in comics today does groovy like Mike Allred. Even if by "today" I mean 2005.|
|All the grooviness.|
|It's CLANKING TIME!|
|The Chief will teach you music appreciation!|
|Thus ends the party.|
Doom Patrol #5 is the first time Larry Trainor, Cliff Steele, Flex Mentallo, Casey Brinke, Sam Reynolds, Danny, and Fugg are all brought together. So, in a sense, this is the first true issue of the new volume of the Doom Patrol. And it’s so damn fun. So much happens in this issue that by the end of it, it feels like a collected edition.
Celebrate good times as we cover a brand new issue! There are spoilers and swear words in this one, so consider yourself warned! LET'S GET PATROLLING!
Down on Derington Way - 8:03Doom Clock - 11:45Doomsplaining - 15:51 - It's time for a brand new issue! HUZZAH! We cover issue 5 of volume 6, from Gerard Way and Nick Derington! Mailbag O Doom - 41:19 - We read your responses to the question, "What is your favourite fictional vehicle?"
|Standard issue Derington cover.|
|The variant cover by Farel Dalrymple.|
|The creative team behind the dream.|
|Captain Trainor suiting up.|
|Danny is reunited with his old friends.|
|The despair upon Dannyland.|
|Single best image in the whole darn issue.|
|Niles Caulder. Always intrusive.|
|The good stuff. If the inevitable plush Fugg doesn't come with "the good stuff," I'm going to wait for the deluxe version.|
|HERO OF THE BEACH!!|
So let's get to the imagery. Here's the cover for Doom Patrol (volume 2) #64
Down on Derington Way - 7:12
Doom Clock - 9:57
Doomsplaining - 14:03 - It's the start of a new era, as we dive into the chaos of issues 64 and 65 of volume 2, beginning Rachel Pollack's run on the series!
Mailbag O Doom - 49:21 - We read your responses to the question, "Which fictional character would you add to the Doom Patrol roster?"
|Brian Bolland checks in for the first cover of Rachel Pollack's Doom Patrol.|
|Thus begins an era.|
|Dorothy assembles the Patrol!|
|Not a great day for young Dorothy Spinner.|
|Really the Doom Patrol at this point is right here.|
|Dorothy's craptastic day continues.|
|Cliff returns for real!|
|Even as just a head, Niles Caulder is nothing but trouble.|
|The cover to Doom Patrol (v2) #65|
|That's a pretty sad Mount Rushmore cosplay, Chief.|
|Dorothy means business.|
|Cliff just isn't sure what to make of it all.|
|United Snakes of America|
|Dorothy learns if you can dream it, you can do it.|
|Pig roast fail.|
|Time for justice? Or just weirdness?|
|From March 16. Tom Fowler tweeted this out. Nice!|
|This just might be the cover mentioned in the Mailbag.|