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Collects Doom Patrol #1-18, the complete run, 2004-06; JLA #94-99 and more. Recommended. The World’s Strangest Heroes are back, in the way that only the legendary writer/artist John Byrne can deliver! This reunites Robotman, Elasti-Girl, Negative Man and Niles Caulder with a host of edgy new heroes. Byrne, best known for his unforgettable work on Marvel’s X-Men and for taking on Fantastic Four, has the team encounter the vampiric threat of Crucifer, head to the Antarctic to stop a pack of mysterious creatures from before the dawn of time, rescue a team of scientists conducting ocean research on an ancient, deadly species of monsters and much more. DC, 2020.

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The World’s Strangest Heroes are back, in the way that only the legendary writer/artist John Byrne can deliver! This reunites Robotman, Elasti-Girl, Negative Man and Niles Caulder with a host of edgy new heroes. Byrne, best known for his unforgettable work on Marvel’s X-Men and for taking on Fantastic Four, has the team encounter the vampiric threat of Crucifer, head to the Antarctic to stop a pack of mysterious creatures from before the dawn of time, rescue a team of scientists conducting ocean research on an ancient, deadly species of monsters and much more.

Picking up in the wake of the events of “The Tenth Circle” saga in JLA. Obviously all the heroes of the Justice League — Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman et all — play a large part in the story arc collected from JLA #94-99.

This packs in almost 100 bonus pages of additional material. First of all, it has every piece of art John Byrne did on the Doom Patrol, starting long before this series came out. It begins with Who’s Who Profile pages, the DM Index covers #1 and 2, “The Secret Origin of the Doom Patrol” by Alan Kupperberg, with art by John Byrne, from 1978; “Doom in the Heartland” from Superman #20, 1988; and Behind the Scenes. This last feature offers never-before-seen penciled pages, character studies, even some interesting full color digital studies Byrne did on character design.

Collects Doom Patrol #1-18, 2004; JLA #94-99, the Doom Patrol adventure from Secret Origins Annual #1, Superman #20 and behind the scenes material.

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