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Doom Patrol (1964) #112

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-12-13 04:34:44 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis Madame Rouge and Monsiuer Mallah show up at Doom Patrol headquarters proposing a truce. Garguax is in the employ of Zarox-13, who plans to destroy Earth as part of a plot against neighboring worlds in his own galaxy. Brain is siding wiht him just to learn more, but the Brotherhood must ally themselves with the Doom Patrol or they will be destroyed as well. While at Doom Patrol HQ, Dr. Caulder hypnotizes Madame Rouge and learns her origin. She was a popular actress named Lisa DeMille who became bipolar (actually labeled erroneously in the issue as schizophrenia/split personality) who consented to brain surgery from Monsieur Mallah that had the opposite effect she was told. Madame Rouge is disappointed by Dr. Caulder's apparent lack of interest in romance, but the combined forces of the DP and the Brotherhood send Zarox-13 back to space. Madame Rouge and Monsiuer Mallah show up at Doom Patrol headquarters proposing a truce. Garguax is in the employ of Zarox-13, who plans to destroy Earth as part of a plot against neighboring worlds in his own galaxy. Brain is siding wiht him just to learn more, but the Brotherhood must ally themselves with the Doom Patrol or they will be destroyed as well. While at Doom Patrol HQ, Dr. Caulder hypnotizes Madame Rouge and learns her origin. She was a popular actress named Laura DeMille who became bipolar (actually labeled erroneously in the issue as schizophrenia/split personality) who consented to brain surgery from Monsieur Mallah that had the opposite effect she was told. Madame Rouge is disappointed by Dr. Caulder's apparent lack of interest in romance, but the combined forces of the DP and the Brotherhood send Zarox-13 back to space.
2012-12-13 04:14:53 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Garguax
2012-12-13 04:14:03 scottandrewhutchins Removed Character Changeling (DC)
2012-12-13 04:14:03 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Mento (DC)
2012-12-13 04:14:03 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Beast Boy (DC)(01 - Gar Logan)
2012-12-13 04:13:35 scottandrewhutchins Added Creator Arnold Drake
2012-12-13 04:13:35 scottandrewhutchins Added Creator Giordano Bruno Premiani - 'Bruno Premiani'
2012-12-13 04:13:35 scottandrewhutchins Synopsis Madame Rouge and Monsiuer Mallah show up at Doom Patrol headquarters proposing a truce. Garguax is in the employ of Zarox-13, who plans to destroy Earth as part of a plot against neighboring worlds in his own galaxy. Brain is siding wiht him just to learn more, but the Brotherhood must ally themselves with the Doom Patrol or they will be destroyed as well. While at Doom Patrol HQ, Dr. Caulder hypnotizes Madame Rouge and learns her origin. She was a popular actress named Lisa DeMille who became bipolar (actually labeled erroneously in the issue as schizophrenia/split personality) who consented to brain surgery from Monsieur Mallah that had the opposite effect she was told. Madame Rouge is disappointed by Dr. Caulder's apparent lack of interest in romance, but the combined forces of the DP and the Brotherhood send Zarox-13 back to space.
2012-12-13 04:08:07 scottandrewhutchins Added Character Zarox-13
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Robotman (02 - Cliff Steele)
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Negative Man
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Monsieur Mallah
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character The Chief (DC)
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Madame Rouge
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Elasti-Girl (DC)
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Changeling (DC)
2006-10-30 19:51:53 tomkaters Added Character Brain (DC)
2006-09-10 14:50:22 hattertim Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-09-10 14:50:22 hattertim Added Cover Added cover (large)

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