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Curating this book, it was important to me to have something for everyone, so while we do feature a few heterosexual couples, they do not dominate our book. We really aim to have stories everyone can relate to and I think we’ve really made something beautiful here.

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A comiXologist Recommends

Doom Patrol #1

Written by Gerard Way

Art by Nick Derington

Those familiar with the writing of Gerard Way and find his choices delightful will find his incarnation of the Doom Patrol fascinating and exceeding all expectations.  Issue #1 of Doom Patrol carries all the questions left to us from previous incarnations (sort of), the resurfacing of old mainstay characters (Robotman, heck yeah), and the cerebral sarcasm that comes with tying cosmic catastrophe with everyday life (The Gyro).  

Doom Patrol introduces the reader to a Casey Brinke. Casey drives an ambulance and just wants to do good things.  Casey explains casually her fascinating youth in day-to-day life as if it doesn’t come off like the coolest series of adventures a little kid could have had. Most importantly, Casey wants to do good things because her mother told her to do good things, right before her mother flew off into the sun.

Quick food-related segues and analogies lead to perhaps my most favorite reintroduction to a character ever.  I really want to get into it and chew on the meat a bit. I wouldn’t know where to safely start or safely stop so I will not “chew” or “get into” anything. This single issue is so well-constructed and nuanced that the segues and scene changes fall like dominoes, one inciting incident after another, gag after action-packed gag triggers another outrageous moment so if I started somewhere I would have to spoil the next moment to adequately geek-out.

Nick Derington’s art reminds me of Darwyn Cooke’s character acting with Mike Allred’s line quality and pacing.  It is great fun if you aren’t familiar with his other work, and it is a real treat to see him under the new Young Animal banner.

With such expert writing paired with charming art by Nick Derington the Doom Patrol are going to be getting mixed up in some weird weirdness.

Matthew Burbridge is a Digital Editor at ComiXology.

Superman x Wonder Woman comic books and animated movies for the new SuperWonder fan

We have been asked by several people who like Superman and Wonder Woman together where they should begin. Well here is a little reading and viewing suggestions from us.

You can buy the comics in book stores or comic shops or down load digtially via comixology or purchase online via Amazon.

We suggest these volumes. Read them in the following order.

Justice League Vol 1 Origins by Geoff Johns

Justice League Vol 2 Villains Journey by Geoff Johns

Justice League Vol 3 Throne of Atlantis by Geoff Johns

Justice League Trinity War by Geoff Johns

Superman/Wonder Woman Power Couple Vol 1 by Charles Soule and Tony S Daniel

Superman Doomed by Greg Pak, Charles Soule, Scott Lobdell

Superman/Wonder Woman Casualities of War by Peter Tomasi and Doug Mahnke

These are other volumes you can get looking at the couple in Elseworld type settings and before DC rebooted in 2011.

Kingdom Come by Alex Ross and Mark Waid

The Kingdom by Mark Waid

Justice League A League of One by Christopher Moeller

Wonder Woman Paradise Found by Phil Jimenez

Superman/Batman/Supergirl by Jeph Loeb

Distant Fires by Howard Chaykin

Animated movies you can pick up are

Justice League War

Justice League Throne of Atlantis

Justice League vs Teen Titans

Superman/Batman Apocalypse

And we have great fan fiction you can read from via

https://www.fanfiction.net/community/Superman-Wonder-Woman-FanFics/92746/99/1/1/0/0/0/0/