Doom Patrol: Magic Bus -, Volume 5
DC Comics, Jan 31, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
In the 1960s, they were DC Comics' misfit super-heroes, a team of borderline freaks who secretly banded together against evil. The team was brought back in 1989 by Grant Morrison, renowned writer of JLA and The Invisibles, who reinvented them as disaffected heroes up against a parade of absurdist villains.
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Review: Doom Patrol, Vol. 5: Magic Bus (Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol #5)User Review - Patrick Hudson - Goodreads
I think I preferred this to the last one, but that maybe because I'm getting more used to the diverse tone and a little more tolerant of its wild experimental tendency. It occurred to me while reading ... Read full review
Review: Doom Patrol, Vol. 5: Magic Bus (Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol #5)User Review - Christian - Goodreads
More genius from Grant Morrison's surreal period. Who else can skip from a psychedelic call to revolution with the Brotherhood of DADA to a perfect Jack Kirby/Fantastic Four pastiche to a horrifying ... Read full review