"The Bride of the Doom Patrol": After much soul-searching, Elasti-Girl finally agrees to marry Mento. She changes her mind, however, after a foiled ploy by Negative Man and Robotman to spoil the wedding proves to her how much her life with the Doom Patrol means to her. A heartsick Mento meanwhil
Appearing in "The Bride of the Doom Patrol"
- Beast Boy
- Justice League of America
- Teen Titans
- Osmun (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Bride of the Doom Patrol"
After much soul-searching, Elasti-Girl finally agrees to marry Mento. She changes her mind, however, after a foiled ploy by Negative Man and Robotman to spoil the wedding proves to her how much her life with the Doom Patrol means to her. A heartsick Mento meanwhile consoles himself by redesigning his psychokinetic helmet and costume. Shortly thereafter, Mento appears to attack the Doom Patrol and to cause Rita to be temporarily blinded. An angry Robotman then retaliates by wrecking Steve Dayton's mansion. Actually, both sides are being victimized by the Brotherhood of Evil, whose shape-changing member, Madame Rouge, had impersonated Mento in his "attack" on the Doom Patrol members.
The Chief discovers their ruse in time to prevent an all-out war between Mento and the Patrol, but a recovered Elasti-Girl unwittingly spoils his plan to lure the Brotherhood into a trap. The heroes are on the edge of defeat when the Chief comes to the rescue in his Action Chair. The Brotherhood and Garguax retreat from a regrouped Doom Patrol, and Elasti-Girl accepts a new proposal from Mento. The wedding takes place at last a few hours later, with members of both the Justice League and the Teen Titans in attendance.
- This book was first published on April 19, 1966.
- This issue includes the wedding of Steve Dayton and Rita Farr.
- The Brotherhood of Evil appeared last in Brave and the Bold #65. They appear next in Doom Patrol #108 (Brain and Mallah appear in Doom Patrol #108).
- The Justice League of America appeared last in Justice League of America #44. They appear next in Justice League of America #45.
- The Teen Titans appeared last in Teen Titans #3. They appear next in Teen Titans #5.
- This issue is reprinted in Doom Patrol Archives Vol. 3.
- Super-Hip is a recurring character in the Adventures of Bob Hope comic book series.
- Larry Trainor's hair is erroneously colored black when it should be blonde.
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