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"What Is Drama?": As part of the rampant marketing that the Doom Patrol has allowed, we see the Doom Patrol TV show, written by Paul Proch, featuring actors playing Robotman, [[Rita Farr (New Earth)|Elasti-Gir
- Let’s see what ratings are like and then we’ll talk about ElastiGirl herbal breast augmenter, okay?
- -- Doom Patrol's Manager
Appearing in "What Is Drama?"
- Television version of the Doom Patrol
- Paul Proch
- Thayer Studios
Synopsis for "What Is Drama?"
As part of the rampant marketing that the Doom Patrol has allowed, we see the Doom Patrol TV show, written by Paul Proch, featuring actors playing Robotman, Elasti-Girl, and Negative Man, fighting against "Morphex" (a copy of Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man, however the producer at Thayer Studios, and the fact checker, Herman, aren't impressed and have different ideas. We find that as fact checker, Herman has spent a significant amount of time researching the Doom Patrol. He actually appears to be obsessed.
- This book was first published on May 7, 2003.
- No special notes.
Doom Patrol merchandise shown in this issue includes:
- Robotman Head-Bobbler
- Dr. Caulder Action Figure
- Doom Patrol Hi Energy Beverage
- Manipulaty “Doom Patrol Edition” Board Game
- Elasti-Girl Soap
- (Negative Man) Band-Oid (band-aids)
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Links and References
- Doom Patrol at Wikipedia.org
- Doom Patrol at the DCU Guide
- Doom Patrol at TV Tropes
- Doom Patrol Fansite