Critic Consensus: As entertaining as the first, but with more emotional depth, Doom Patrol's second season explores darker corners without sacrificing any of its wonderful weirdness.
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as Larry Trainor / Voice of Negative Man
as Rita Farr / Elasti-Woman
as Niles Caulder / The Chief
as Cliff Steele / Voice of Robotman
as Jane / Crazy Jane
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as Victor Stone / Cyborg
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Season 2's main arc storyline is extremely creepy and very well done, evoking multiple horror tropes and ditching much of the fourth-wall-breaking wackiness of season one.
[A] simpler reason to enjoy Doom Patrol is that it fully throws itself into the absurdity unique to comics at their best.
In spite of the plot imbalances, the show's character work remains note-perfect, with showrunner Jeremy Carver and his writers managing to find new depth and connections to characters seemingly exhausted decades ago in their comic-book incarnations.
If there was an "Island of Misfit Toys" in the world of comic books, Doom Patrol would certainly fit the bill perfectly.
Season 2 doesn't miss a beat stepping back into the bizarre, heartfelt adventures of this flawed, dysfunctional psuedo-superfamily.
I assure you that if you were a fan of the premiere season, you will definitely enjoy this one! The second season couples many of the elements that made the first something special and is working toward something even greater this time around.
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