Brand New Art and Photos From Doom Patrol Season Two

Article by Steve J. Ray
DC UNIVERSE and HBO MAX today revealed the exclusive key art for season two of Doom Patrol. These exclusive images place the motley team of Super Heroes on a yellow brick road with Niles Caulder, a.k.a. The Chief (Timothy Dalton, “Hot Fuzz”), and his daughter, Dorothy Spinner (Abigail Shapiro, “Broadway Kids Against Bullying: I Have a Voice”). Take a look: Does Dorothy and the yellow brick road spell more warped and bizarre missions in a land far, far away? On Thursday, June 25, Doom Patrol Season Two will premiere on DC UNIVERSE, with new episodes debuting every Thursday. DC UNIVERSE members will be able to stream the entire season commercial-free and in downloadable 4K Ultra HD. Additionally, members can binge all 15 episodes from Season One before the debut of Season Two on the ultimate digital subscription service. Season Two will also debut simultaneously on HBO MAX.

Review: Suicide Squad #5

"Suicide Squad" - Part Five Writer: Tom Taylor
Artist: Bruno Redondo
Color Artist: Adriano Lucas
Letterer: Wes AbbottReview by Max ByrneThey’re back! After an elongated delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Suicide Squad #5 is here for all our enjoyment. With all the uncertainty around in the world currently, one thing we could’ve taken for granted is the awesomeness of this title! Tom Taylor and his crack creative team have delivered an issue that’s full to the brim with the usual heady mix of action, black humour and pathos. As if all that wasn’t enough, this issue has more twists and turns than the Monaco Grand Prix track! Following on from the welcome return of Captain Boomerang in the previous chapter, the opening section of the issue is a typically kinetic and vibrant slobberknocker of a fight, between the Antipodean @$$hole and Task Force X. This showcases the fact that despite the slovenly image projected by Boomerang, he is in fact a deadly and effective combatant. Holding…

Fan Retrospectives: Spider-Man: The Clone Saga: Part 12: The Mark of Kaine

The Spider-Man Clone saga is one of the most reviled story lines ever. It featured the return of Spider-Man's clone Ben Reilly, but also dragged Spider-Man through one of the strangest, series of conspiracies and narratives that the franchise have ever seen.
But... is it really as bad as the internet would have you believe? Come with us as we review the Clone Saga story arc by story arc as we uncover how one of comics' most infamous series holds up today."The Mark of Kaine" Web of Spider-Man #124, Amazing Spider-Man #401, Spider-Man #58, Spectacular Spider-Man #224, Spider-Man Unlimited #9
Writers: JM DeMatteis, Terry Kravanagh, Howard Mackie, Tom DeFalco, Tom LyleArtists: Steve Butler, Mark Bagely, Tom Lyle, Sal Buscema, Ron Lim, Ron Garney, Tod Smith"The Mark of Kaine" is probably the breaking point of the Clone Saga. So far, the story has been relatively easy to follow and engaging for the most part. However, "Kaine" is where the storytell…