Monday, September 18, 2017

DOOMcember 2017

From today's DC Comics' solicitations for December 2017 shipping comics from Newsarama, here's Doom Patrol #12.
 
DOOM PATROL #12Written by GERARD WAYArt and cover by NICK DERINGTONVariant cover by BEEPLERetailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.Something normal is happening to the Doom Patrol. Which means not weird, since their own normal is very weird. There are mysterious forces at work, unseen hands rewriting history, and the change is so gradual, the team doesn’t even necessarily see how much they are changing. The end of our second big DOOM PATROL arc leads into big things to come next month!On sale DECEMBER 27 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • MATURE READERS

also. . .


DOOM PATROL BOOK FOUR TPWritten by RACHEL POLLACKArt by RICHARD CASE, STAN WOCH, LINDA MEDLEY, SCOT EATON, TOM SUTTON and othersCover by BRIAN BOLLANDWriter Rachel Pollack continues Grant Morrison’s legendary run on the DOOM PATROL with stories from issues #64-74 plus DOOM PATROL ANNUAL #2 and a tale from VERTIGO JAM #2. In these stories, the Doom Patrol must pull themselves together yet again as they move into a bizarre new headquarters, gain two new members and try to cope with the preteen menace known as the Wild Girls!On sale JANUARY 31 • 352 pg, FC, $34.99 USISBN: 978-1-4012-7451-1 • MATURE READERS

I'm not sure why the image for the TPB is #64, aside from it being the first issue of the collection, but there it is. 

WFD Episode 103: Robotics Reconstruction Leads To Monstrous Revelation


HUZZAH! 


Mike and Paul ripped off another episode! Find the earhole-filling goodness via Podbean right here. What's it all about? Well, according to the show notes: 
Hey gang, we're back! Are you ready for some more DOOM PATROL? Of course you are! LET'S GET PATROLLING!
Down on Derington Way - 10:21
Doom Clock - 14:29
Doomsplaining - 18:24 - After twenty-something episodes we finally return to Doom Patrol Volume 3! This week we take a look at issues 7 and 8, by John Arcudi and Tan Eng Huat!
Mailbag O Doom - 48:04 - We read your responses to the question, "Who are your favourite fictional siblings?"

On to the contents, including the covers. 



. . .and drink! Thanks to the cover of Doom Patrol (v3) #7















And the bits from #8. 













As for the cover of Doom Patrol (v6) #10 that the guys mentioned in this episode, you can check that out right here.  

Finally, the Question of the Week for this episode was: 
Which comic character has the best colored costume? Or, which character's costume is the best colors?

Sunday, September 10, 2017

WFD Episode 104: Dropping Some Colouring Knowledge with Tamra Bonvillain

I'm skipping 103 (for now) to bring you 104 - Mr. 104! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! 

Sorry. Had to be done. 

In all seriousness - HUZZAH! 
Paul, Mike, and extra-super-amazing special guest Tamra Bonvillain gave us the wonderful Waiting for Doom Episode 104, which you can access here, and in which this happens: 
This week is doubly awesome as we not only take a look at the all new issue 8 from volume 6, but we're also joined by the colourist of the series, Tamra Bonvillain!
Down on Derington Way - 3:38
Doom Clock - 7:12
Doomsplaining - 9:45 - It's a new issue week - HOORAY! We take a look at issue 8, and are thrilled to also be joined by the colourist of the series, Tamra Bonvillain! Makre sure you've read the latest issue before joining us, as there WILL be spoilers as we discuss the events that occur in the story, while Tamra provides some insight into the creative process involved!
Mailbag O Doom - 47:35 - We read your responses to the question, "What is your favourite comic character costume combo colour?"



The main cover, by Nick Derington. 

The guys in beige. 

Larry Trainor's technical dream page. Nice composition in color. 
The Whole Patrol. Sort of. 

Reunited with her cat! 

Eddie Zilch
I'll have what she's having. 


Keeping it light and spoiler-free, I really dug this issue. I can see where it's going to make or break the run for readers, much like Morrison's work on the second volume had moments of departure that took the Doom Patrol into unexpected places and gave readers lessons in uncomfortable comics.  

Is Doom Patrol #8 the single best comic of the year? No. But it does do one hell of a job in upping the ante for what this series is about, buttoning up some lingering tales, and opening up some new questions an adventures. I dig it bunches, and cannot wait for #9. 


Derington by Way of Bonvillain
Here's a bit from Nick Derington's Twitter that I found hilarious. 




And, since Tamra Bonvillain was kind enough to be on the show, check out her work on this Star Wars Adventures #1 cover (which came out 6 September 2017, from IDW). The art is by The Unstoppable Wasp artist Elsa Charretier, with colors from Bonvillain. 
Star Wars Adventures #1 cover drawn by Charretier, colored by Bonvillain


Question of the Week:

Who no longer works in comics that you would love to see return?
I said Greg Guler. And here's a slice of why:

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

WFD Episode 102: Reconstructing the Deconstructed, for S.U.R.E.

HUZZAH! 

This one's a bit delayed, but aren't we all? Here's the goods for Waiting for Doom Episode #102, which is described thusly upon a Podbean:

If you're looking for duplicates and deep dives, androgynous shamans and annoying youths, well friend you're in the right place! LET'S GET PATROLLING!
Down on Derington Way - 6:43
Doom Clock - 11:05
Doomsplaining - 15:18 - We return to Doom Patrol volume 2, looking at issues 74 and 75, by Rachel Pollack, Linda Medley and Ted McKeever!
Mailbag O Doom - 49:32 - We read your responses to the question, "What's the most useful thing you've learnt from a comic?"

Now onto the stuff! 

Here's the cover for Doom Patrol (v2) #74

Punchin' bootleggers. 

And the innards. 










Likewise for Doom Patrol (v2) #75

The credits for this issue, which welcomes Ted McKeever aboard. 

And the issue's contents. 









And what would a WFD-related post be without a little Nick Derington art?

Here's some bits I have lingering on my desktop that asked to be shared this week. 


An image I found on Tumblr. Somewhat early Casey, but the essence is there.

An early take on Casey Brinke from Nick Derington. 
Question of the Week
Really? This post is a bit too late for that, but in case you use this as an archive, following this episode Mike and Paul wanted to know: Who are your favorite fictional siblings?


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