The Doom Patrol has returned from Paraguay, still in search of The Chief, Niles Caulder. With no other leads, our heroes are at a bit of a loss. Thankfully, Willoughby Kipling, aka Kip, barges into the mansion looking for Niles but finds our favorite misfits instead. Kip has an interesting
The Doom Patrol continue their search for their beloved Chief. Even Cyborg convinced his dad to let him stay. Cyborg tries to lead this group of misfits, despite being the only one who has it together. While the Doom Patrol humor was still represented in this episode, “Puppet Patrol” was
The madness continues as Doom Patrol releases its second episode, “Donkey Patrol.” As our fearsome narrator, Mr. Nobody (Alan Tudyk), points out, it’s a wonder how many people stuck around after the donkey fart that ended their pilot episode. But, fans couldn’t stop talking about how refreshing Doom Patrol is.
Doom Patrol is DC Universe’s second foray into scripted television. With the success of Titans, Doom Patrol has a lot to live up to. Fans were weary of the dark, gritty, and violent world of Titans, but it seems most came around and embraced the grown up versions of Robin,
Not only are we getting to learn more about Gar aka Beast Boy, but we are getting a sneak peek at the Doom Patrol. Gar leads Rachel back to his home filled with some eccentric characters, while Kory and Dick work together to find Rachel. It’s hard to believe that