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    Doom Patrol Season 3 Details; Supervillian Revealed.

    Birth of the Obsurd, Anti-Hero Team Up. Expect Disaster in the best ways. 

    Doom Patrol
    Doom Patrol. DC Universe, Vertigo Comics, HBO Max. Season 3 details as they come out.

    If you aren’t familiar with Doom Patrol, now’s your chance to binge this off kilter band of misfits that seem destined for doom and failure. The series is based on characters created for DC by Arnold Drake, Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani. These characters are reluctant to become the heroes they need to be but if they can pull together they may be able to save the day if they don’t ruin it first. Beware this one isn’t for the kiddos, mature audiences only.

    Doom Patrol’s Premise

    These are not your typical superheros. Doom Patrol is a team of traumatized defunct superheroes. They are connected in only that each has suffered an acident that both left them disfigured with superhuman abilities. Also that they found sanctuary with The Chief in Doom Manor. Throw in a sentinent street and the Bureau of Normalcy, and you are in for a great show.

    Unlikely Heroes

    (Character bios by DC Universe)

    • Negative Man / Larry Trainor played by Matt Bomer
      • Air Force test pilot. Larry Trainor crashed his plane, exposing him to a mysterious “negative” energy. Now a being of pure energy, Negative Man must remain wrapped in bandages to protect those around him less he expose them to deadly radioactive energy. Trainor also struggles with society’s expectations of what his life should be and his sexuality.
    • Robot Man / Cliff Steele played by Brendan Fraser
      • A former race car driver, Cliff Steele was in a horrific accident that left his body uninhabitable. Cliff’s brain was saved by the mysterious Dr. Caulder and he lives on in a robotic body. In this second chance, can he live a better life than he did as a human?

    • Elasti-Woman / Rita Farr played by April Bowlby
      • Actress on the rise, Rita Farr was exposed to a toxic gas that altered her cellular structure. She forms into an all-encompassing blob when stressed but if under control, she can channel her easticity to stretch willingly.
    • Crazy Jane / Jane is played by Diane Guerrero
      • Crazy Jane is the most OP but also unstable superhero. Jane suffers from the world’s most severe case of multiple personality disorder developed from childhood trauma. Each of her 64 distinct personas manifest a different superpower and can switch on each personality’s demand to appear.
    • Cyborg / Victor Stone played by Joivan Wade
      • Victor Stone is a half-human, half-machine. Victor struggles to form meaningful connections with others that make him human. Desperate to gain acceptance from the outside world, Victor harnesses the curse of his cybernetic body and uses his powers as the ultimate hero for the digital age. Cyborg is the only hero here that actually wants to be a hero but he’s not without guilt or trauma from the loss of his mother and strained relationship with his father.

    Season One

    Season one introduced us to the main characters and their respective backstories and traumas that brought them to Doom Manor. The Villian of the season, Mr. Nobody, narrated the journey and took part in four wall breaks and commentary of the TV show. Alan Tudyk was brilliant in the role of Mr. Nobody.

    After The Chief mysteriously disappears, the reluctant heroes of Doom Manor find themselves forced into to action by Cyborg to attempt to track down the Chief (Niles Caulder) and bring him back. However, they are often distracted from this primary mission to Cyborg’s frustration.

    Season Two

    Doom Patrol
    Doom Patrol’s Dorthy Spinner & Chief’s Miles Caulder. DC Universe/ HBO Max

    With Season two, Mr. Nobody was not the focus here; he was left out of this season. However, the show follows Dorothy Spinner (Abigail Shapiro), daughter of Niles Caulder. This season delves into the conflict of their newly discovered cause for all their accidents. The ‘team’ must put aside their feelings to protect the Chief’s daughter who wields an extraordinary power that she does not fully understand.

    What set this story apart from season one was Dorothy’s power to bring the imaginary into the real world. The trapped villian by the name of Candlemaker lives inside Dorothy and threatens release upon sucessful three wishes but her wishes have violent and disasterous consequences. Other notable characters from this season include the Sex Men and a disco-loving time traveler with a clock for a head.

    Season Three

    Season three introduces us to Dead Boy Detective Agency and the supervillain group, Sisterhood of Dada which are both led by Mr. Nobody. It isn’t clear at this time if, Alan Tudyk wil be brought back to reprise his role of Mr. Nobody but if he does, we’re in for a hell of a ride. Season three does not currenly have a release date.

    Dead Boy Detective Agency

    Dead Boy Detectives
    Dead Boy Detectives. Vertigo. DC Universe. Artwork by Matt Wagner

    Dead Boy Detective Agency, its members appeared in Vertigo Comics which Doom Patrol is published. They’re made up of a living teen psychic and two dead children

    Dead Boy Detectives
    Dead Boy Detectives. Vertigo Comics. DC Universe.
    • Edwin Payne will played by Ty Tennant. Dead since 1916, Edwin spent 80 years in hell due to a ‘clerical error’ and has seen horrors no one could imagine.
    • Charles Rowland will played by Sebastian Croft. Affable, charming, and dead since 1989, he always does his best to be chipper, but his death by hypothermia and neglect haunts him.
    • Crystal Palace will played by Madalyn Horcher. A cool, sarcastic teen who is also a psychic medium, her only friends are Charles and Edwin, the two dead boys who freed her from demonic possession.

    Season Three Villians Revealed

    Sisterhood of Dada

    Sisterhood of the Dada
    Brotherhood of the Dada now Sisterhood of the Dada. Doom Patrol Supervillian for Season 3. Vertigo Comics. Dc Universe. Artwork by Matt Wagner

    Brotherhood of Dada, a group of superpowered agents of mayhem (they’re not really evil, per se) who have clearly been renamed the Sisterhood of Dada

    • Malcolm will be played by Micah Joe Parker. He is a quiet, sensitive, and thoughtful soul who would often rather be invisible than face this unforgiving world.
    • The Fog / Shelley Byron will be played by Wynn Everett. Supposedly a deadly terrorist, Shelley is charming, seductive, poetic, and a bit mad.
    • Frenzy / Lloyd Jefferson will be played by Miles Mussenden. A sculptor of strange life-like masks who is covered with tattoos and scars, the memories and injustices that immortalize his life, he is cryptic and stoic with a capacity for extreme devastation.
    •  Sleepwalk / Holly McKenzie will be played by Anita Kalathara. A light-hearted ne’er do well, Holly knows where the best parties are. After a wild night of partying, she usually takes a nice long nap in the ice cream truck where she works, and if she is awoken mid-nap, there is hell to pay.
    • The Quiz / Sachiko will be played by Gina Hiraizumi. She is an enigmatic germaphobe whose crippling phobias mask awe-inspiring powers.

    Other Characters include Madam Rouge played by Michelle Gomez. Madam Rouge is a complicated and electrifying eccentric who arrives at Doom Manor with a very specific mission, if only she could remember it.

    So if you haven’t watched this yet, what are you waiting for? Dive into this original story with twists, turns, and obserdity that make this show a stand out. If you want a show that clearly doesn’t take itself too seriously, this is it. You can no longer watch on DC Universe but has been exported to HBO Max, which means it’s more accesible than ever.  Stay Tuned for more season 3 updates.


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