All-New Doop PDF Þ Paperback

All-New Doop PDF Þ Paperback

All-New Doop [KINDLE] ✽ All-New Doop Author Peter Milligan – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Living in the margins, Doop has freaked out X Men and readers alike But when he gets deeply involved in X Men business and Kitty Pryde s personal life Doop will be thrust into the spotlight Behind the Living in the margins, Doop has freaked out X Men and readers alike But when he gets deeply involved in X Men business and Kitty Pryde s personal life Doop will be thrust into the spotlight Behind the scenes of Battle for the Atom, Doop s unrequited love for Kitty forces him to drag Iceman into Doopspace for some highly unusual questioning Doop soon discovers the shapeshifting Raze isn t really Kitty Pryde from the future but Raze has a dark secret that just might stop Doop from telling the other X Men his true identity Now, Doop must struggle to halt the craziness corrupting the real world As Kitty and Doop find themselves in the middle of the scariest moment of their lives with no one to turn to, will Kitty finally accept Doop s proposal of marriage Collecting All New Doop.


10 thoughts on “All-New Doop

  1. Anne Anne says:

    Whuuuuut I don t get it.I ve heard that Doop is funny in other comics, so I m going to assume he s like Deadpool Amazing when he comes into other titles, butoften than not a total miss in a title that he carries So, this is Doop, huh He lives in the margins whateverthefuckthatmeans , and he was created because someone doodled him on a sheet of paper, at one point.Somehow, that horseshit translates into Doop can time travel Uuuuuuuugh.Ok, part of me wants to congratulate Milligan on ho Whuuuuut I don t get it.I ve heard that Doop is funny in other comics, so I m going to assume he s like Deadpool Amazing when he comes into other titles, butoften than not a total miss in a title that he carries So, this is Doop, huh He lives in the margins whateverthefuckthatmeans , and he was created because someone doodled him on a sheet of paper, at one point.Somehow, that horseshit translates into Doop can time travel Uuuuuuuugh.Ok, part of me wants to congratulate Milligan on how meta or whatever it was of him to have Doop be responsible behind the scenes for the whole stand off thing between the All New X Men, Future X Men, and Regular Old Vanilla X Men.You know, where the kids from the future decide to stay here in the past But most of this story hinged on your love of nonsense to keep it flowing.Now, I love nonsense as much as the next fella, but even I reach my hard limit eventually.The freaky marriage proposal to Kitty Pryde with a ring made of rotten meat Taking her to the Hairy Armpit restaurant Sure, it sounds funny, but the reality of reading issue after issue of that ismuchmuchmuch different.To break up the monotony, Doop also deals with Mommy Issues, hangs out with a group of retired superheroes who live in the Margin, and has a nervous breakdown that left unchecked could DESTROY THE UNIVERSE Because we all know what happens when you lose touch with realityThat s right, you end up licking construction tools, and wondering why your boyfriend left you for That Sane Girl.Would I recommend this to you Well, I guess that depends on whether I like you or not


  2. Gavin Gavin says:

    Read in conjunction with DD weekD for Doop Dumb, Dimwitted, Dullard, De tarded, dispicable, displaced, depressing, desperate, etc Doop was a pleasant Lillie addition to the Wolverine and the X Men book by Jason Aaron, comic relief and inside jokes, but not a focus very often.I guess he was a hit, so they decided to make a book about himoh that was a baaad idea.He s the summary what rhymes with Doop Poop What s a synonym for Poop Shit This book is what Yup.Art stinks, story is ju Read in conjunction with DD weekD for Doop Dumb, Dimwitted, Dullard, De tarded, dispicable, displaced, depressing, desperate, etc Doop was a pleasant Lillie addition to the Wolverine and the X Men book by Jason Aaron, comic relief and inside jokes, but not a focus very often.I guess he was a hit, so they decided to make a book about himoh that was a baaad idea.He s the summary what rhymes with Doop Poop What s a synonym for Poop Shit This book is what Yup.Art stinks, story is just a suggestion here, not and actual plot, and they make Doop into a creepy voyeur who obsesses over Kitty He videotapes everything, and then slides through the margins because he s a MARGINAL character, get it to help Or just manipulate events He also has a terrible storyline where he discovers that his mother is actually an asexual hermaphrodite Oh that s so funny Hahaha someone is different Also, early on, they let Doop speak English, which kinda takes away any need to be clever at all This is a big fat turd of a book.Doop is Poop


  3. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Doop is this weird green potato like creature who kinda looks like Marvel s version of Slimer So why care about this character He played a wonderful supporting role in Jason Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men and his single issue in the spotlight 17 was one of the most talked about and praised in the run I think it was solely because of Aaron s series that led to Marvel commissioning All New Doop, a five issue miniseries written by Doop s co creator, Peter Milligan, with covers by Doop s othe Doop is this weird green potato like creature who kinda looks like Marvel s version of Slimer So why care about this character He played a wonderful supporting role in Jason Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men and his single issue in the spotlight 17 was one of the most talked about and praised in the run I think it was solely because of Aaron s series that led to Marvel commissioning All New Doop, a five issue miniseries written by Doop s co creator, Peter Milligan, with covers by Doop s other co creator Mike Allred And I was really, really looking forward to it too I thought it was going to be one of the highlights of the second wave of Marvel NOW which is why I was so disappointed with how it turned out At the time of writing, only three issues have been published with twoto go, but I m not going to be reading those so here are my reviews of All New Doop 2 and 3 from my blog posted below Why no review of 1 I think I couldn t be bothered or maybe I was too shocked at how bad it was Anyways, onto the reviews All New Doop 2 Review When the Doop mini series was announced, I couldn t wait because I thought it d beof that brilliance we saw in that single issue from Wolverine and the X Men when Jason Aaron showed us a day in the life of Doop That awesomeness has been sorely lacking from this mini series which has completely bizarrely chosen to retell the Battle of the Atom storyline from last year with Doop popping up in between sections of that arc Why, why, whyyyyyyyyy, Peter Milligan There is one curveball in here and that s Doop falling in love with, and proposing to, Kitty Pryde after learning to talk English This issue shows them on their first date which hits the bricks once Doop reveals that he s secretly video taping everyone I get that Doop s existence is between the margins ofpopular characters and bigger stories, which is explained in this comic, and that having him pop up in between the Battle of the Atom storyline underlines that idea, but again why Why repeat an X Men storyline from last year and not even a very good one Why not do something original or different Do we need to have Doop s perspective on this storyline No His angle changes nothing about the story, and the cliffhanger of this issue means nothing because, to those of us who read the Battle of the Atom storyline months ago, we already know what happens next I love Mike Allred s covers, I think David Lafuente s art is really good, but I hate Peter Milligan s script it s so awful, unimaginative and tedious, I can t believe it got greenlit Two issues in and the Doop miniseries is turning out to be the biggest disappointment in the second wave of Marvel NOW titles The worst of it is, I don t think it ll get better I think this is all there is to this series Milligan retelling the Battle of the Atom storyline for some mystifying reason Doop deserved better All New Doop 3 Review It s just a five issue miniseries but I think 3 is the end of the line for me All New Doop has been so bad I can t read anyInitially it was a retelling of Battle of the Atom with Doop and Kitty lurking around the edges or Doopspace, the margins of the story and now it s about Doop facing his mother for some reason After a battle with Raze, the future offspring of Wolverine and Mystique, Raze reveals that he somehow knows a terrible secret about Doop s mum Oh yeah, and Doop has a mum Wha. Doop goes into an emotional tailspin because he apparently doesn t get along with Mama Doop, but not before making sure Kitty and Bobby break up because he wants Kitty all to himself even though she s turned him down multiple times nothing like giving the hero a stalker attitude to make you root for him Doop s momentarily reunited with his former X Statix team mate, Tike Alicar the Anarchist, who talks him into confronting his mum And that s the issue One big what the fuck is going onIs that what this whole miniseries has been about exploring some weird mummy issues Doop has Ugh I know Peter Milligan created Doop with Mike Allred but he completely screwed the pooch on this one though Allred s covers have been amazing His Doop miniseries has been one long wasted opportunity and totally boring to boot It s so crappy, I can t bear to buy and read the remaining two issues to see whether Doop and his mum get along I just don t care If you want to read a great Doop comic, check out Jason Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men 17 and ignore Peter Milligan s tripe


  4. Patrick Patrick says:

    Doop Basically I went into this book with an inexplicable affinity for Doop, and the story didn t nothing to dissuade me I first discovered this slimy green potato dude in Peter Milligan s X Force run He was just a goofy little character who, aside from a full issue feature somewhere in X Force volume 2, seemed perfectly content to live on the fringe All New Doop takes that idea further, introducing us into Doop s home in the margins of reality From here, in the dimension called Marginalia Doop Basically I went into this book with an inexplicable affinity for Doop, and the story didn t nothing to dissuade me I first discovered this slimy green potato dude in Peter Milligan s X Force run He was just a goofy little character who, aside from a full issue feature somewhere in X Force volume 2, seemed perfectly content to live on the fringe All New Doop takes that idea further, introducing us into Doop s home in the margins of reality From here, in the dimension called Marginalia, Doop is able to travel to points throughout time and space, leading to all sorts of wackiness I wasn t crystal clear on everything that was happening, but that s probably because I just needtime to process everything If you like your stories a little on the meta side, and overwhelmingly on the silly side, you might enjoy this one


  5. Mike Mike says:

    See reviews by Anne Sam See reviews by Anne Sam


  6. Russell Russell says:

    I first came aware of Doop in the early 2000 s when Morrison s NXM run pushed me into comics and I tried to learn everything I could about everything I never got the chance to read X Statix, but Doop is the type of character who you look at and instantly want to knowI was glad to see Doop rescued for Jason Arron s X men run and evenglad to see this at the library Had to get it No clue where or when it took place, but Milligan Allred s names stuck out I haven t read the books tha I first came aware of Doop in the early 2000 s when Morrison s NXM run pushed me into comics and I tried to learn everything I could about everything I never got the chance to read X Statix, but Doop is the type of character who you look at and instantly want to knowI was glad to see Doop rescued for Jason Arron s X men run and evenglad to see this at the library Had to get it No clue where or when it took place, but Milligan Allred s names stuck out I haven t read the books that it references, but I am very much okay with that It helps with Doop s Zeppo episode of Buffy powers to not really know the full story of the future past x men shenanigans.And the book flows well exploring Doop, giving insight into them without removing the mystique I dug it, but not really looking forand not sure if I d ever reread


  7. StormblessedZeN StormblessedZeN says:

    I don t mind a bit of ultraweird and nonsensicality So this Doop miniseries was a pleasant read You have to obviously accept the notion of a screw ball heightened reality Particularly since from issue to issue the story can feel disjointed However overall the weird was wacky enough to make the wild ride a worthy read It s nothing to take seriously The art makes the transitioning panels a color ride The writing is appropriate for the type of story told but a bit derivative since it s basin I don t mind a bit of ultraweird and nonsensicality So this Doop miniseries was a pleasant read You have to obviously accept the notion of a screw ball heightened reality Particularly since from issue to issue the story can feel disjointed However overall the weird was wacky enough to make the wild ride a worthy read It s nothing to take seriously The art makes the transitioning panels a color ride The writing is appropriate for the type of story told but a bit derivative since it s basing itself on the Battle of the Atom Marvel Event


  8. C. Varn C. Varn says:

    I love Peter Milligan s X force and X statics, and so getting some insight into Doop would fascinating Further, my love of Kitty Pryde as a character made this promising but seems like written into the marginalia of the Children of the Atom storyline and is mostly nonsensical Aside from giving us the X static team in limbo in marginaliaor less and some jokes about Ingmar Bergman are humorous, but it is hard to see what I learned Milligan is not working with his normal satire, but I love Peter Milligan s X force and X statics, and so getting some insight into Doop would fascinating Further, my love of Kitty Pryde as a character made this promising but seems like written into the marginalia of the Children of the Atom storyline and is mostly nonsensical Aside from giving us the X static team in limbo in marginaliaor less and some jokes about Ingmar Bergman are humorous, but it is hard to see what I learned Milligan is not working with his normal satire, but a madcap farce and the consequences and stakes just don t seem there


  9. David David says:

    Meh.


  10. Chad Chad says:

    A surreal tale told around the margins of the Battle of the Atom X Men crossover featuring Doop and Kitty Pryde It was too nonsensical for me to enjoy.


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10 thoughts on “All-New Doop

  1. Anne Anne says:

    Whuuuuut I don t get it.I ve heard that Doop is funny in other comics, so I m going to assume he s like Deadpool Amazing when he comes into other titles, butoften than not a total miss in a title that he carries So, this is Doop, huh He lives in the margins whateverthefuckthatmeans , and he was created because someone doodled him on a sheet of paper, at one point.Somehow, that horseshit translates into Doop can time travel Uuuuuuuugh.Ok, part of me wants to congratulate Milligan on ho Whuuuuut I don t get it.I ve heard that Doop is funny in other comics, so I m going to assume he s like Deadpool Amazing when he comes into other titles, butoften than not a total miss in a title that he carries So, this is Doop, huh He lives in the margins whateverthefuckthatmeans , and he was created because someone doodled him on a sheet of paper, at one point.Somehow, that horseshit translates into Doop can time travel Uuuuuuuugh.Ok, part of me wants to congratulate Milligan on how meta or whatever it was of him to have Doop be responsible behind the scenes for the whole stand off thing between the All New X Men, Future X Men, and Regular Old Vanilla X Men.You know, where the kids from the future decide to stay here in the past But most of this story hinged on your love of nonsense to keep it flowing.Now, I love nonsense as much as the next fella, but even I reach my hard limit eventually.The freaky marriage proposal to Kitty Pryde with a ring made of rotten meat Taking her to the Hairy Armpit restaurant Sure, it sounds funny, but the reality of reading issue after issue of that ismuchmuchmuch different.To break up the monotony, Doop also deals with Mommy Issues, hangs out with a group of retired superheroes who live in the Margin, and has a nervous breakdown that left unchecked could DESTROY THE UNIVERSE Because we all know what happens when you lose touch with realityThat s right, you end up licking construction tools, and wondering why your boyfriend left you for That Sane Girl.Would I recommend this to you Well, I guess that depends on whether I like you or not

  2. Gavin Gavin says:

    Read in conjunction with DD weekD for Doop Dumb, Dimwitted, Dullard, De tarded, dispicable, displaced, depressing, desperate, etc Doop was a pleasant Lillie addition to the Wolverine and the X Men book by Jason Aaron, comic relief and inside jokes, but not a focus very often.I guess he was a hit, so they decided to make a book about himoh that was a baaad idea.He s the summary what rhymes with Doop Poop What s a synonym for Poop Shit This book is what Yup.Art stinks, story is ju Read in conjunction with DD weekD for Doop Dumb, Dimwitted, Dullard, De tarded, dispicable, displaced, depressing, desperate, etc Doop was a pleasant Lillie addition to the Wolverine and the X Men book by Jason Aaron, comic relief and inside jokes, but not a focus very often.I guess he was a hit, so they decided to make a book about himoh that was a baaad idea.He s the summary what rhymes with Doop Poop What s a synonym for Poop Shit This book is what Yup.Art stinks, story is just a suggestion here, not and actual plot, and they make Doop into a creepy voyeur who obsesses over Kitty He videotapes everything, and then slides through the margins because he s a MARGINAL character, get it to help Or just manipulate events He also has a terrible storyline where he discovers that his mother is actually an asexual hermaphrodite Oh that s so funny Hahaha someone is different Also, early on, they let Doop speak English, which kinda takes away any need to be clever at all This is a big fat turd of a book.Doop is Poop

  3. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Doop is this weird green potato like creature who kinda looks like Marvel s version of Slimer So why care about this character He played a wonderful supporting role in Jason Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men and his single issue in the spotlight 17 was one of the most talked about and praised in the run I think it was solely because of Aaron s series that led to Marvel commissioning All New Doop, a five issue miniseries written by Doop s co creator, Peter Milligan, with covers by Doop s othe Doop is this weird green potato like creature who kinda looks like Marvel s version of Slimer So why care about this character He played a wonderful supporting role in Jason Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men and his single issue in the spotlight 17 was one of the most talked about and praised in the run I think it was solely because of Aaron s series that led to Marvel commissioning All New Doop, a five issue miniseries written by Doop s co creator, Peter Milligan, with covers by Doop s other co creator Mike Allred And I was really, really looking forward to it too I thought it was going to be one of the highlights of the second wave of Marvel NOW which is why I was so disappointed with how it turned out At the time of writing, only three issues have been published with twoto go, but I m not going to be reading those so here are my reviews of All New Doop 2 and 3 from my blog posted below Why no review of 1 I think I couldn t be bothered or maybe I was too shocked at how bad it was Anyways, onto the reviews All New Doop 2 Review When the Doop mini series was announced, I couldn t wait because I thought it d beof that brilliance we saw in that single issue from Wolverine and the X Men when Jason Aaron showed us a day in the life of Doop That awesomeness has been sorely lacking from this mini series which has completely bizarrely chosen to retell the Battle of the Atom storyline from last year with Doop popping up in between sections of that arc Why, why, whyyyyyyyyy, Peter Milligan There is one curveball in here and that s Doop falling in love with, and proposing to, Kitty Pryde after learning to talk English This issue shows them on their first date which hits the bricks once Doop reveals that he s secretly video taping everyone I get that Doop s existence is between the margins ofpopular characters and bigger stories, which is explained in this comic, and that having him pop up in between the Battle of the Atom storyline underlines that idea, but again why Why repeat an X Men storyline from last year and not even a very good one Why not do something original or different Do we need to have Doop s perspective on this storyline No His angle changes nothing about the story, and the cliffhanger of this issue means nothing because, to those of us who read the Battle of the Atom storyline months ago, we already know what happens next I love Mike Allred s covers, I think David Lafuente s art is really good, but I hate Peter Milligan s script it s so awful, unimaginative and tedious, I can t believe it got greenlit Two issues in and the Doop miniseries is turning out to be the biggest disappointment in the second wave of Marvel NOW titles The worst of it is, I don t think it ll get better I think this is all there is to this series Milligan retelling the Battle of the Atom storyline for some mystifying reason Doop deserved better All New Doop 3 Review It s just a five issue miniseries but I think 3 is the end of the line for me All New Doop has been so bad I can t read anyInitially it was a retelling of Battle of the Atom with Doop and Kitty lurking around the edges or Doopspace, the margins of the story and now it s about Doop facing his mother for some reason After a battle with Raze, the future offspring of Wolverine and Mystique, Raze reveals that he somehow knows a terrible secret about Doop s mum Oh yeah, and Doop has a mum Wha. Doop goes into an emotional tailspin because he apparently doesn t get along with Mama Doop, but not before making sure Kitty and Bobby break up because he wants Kitty all to himself even though she s turned him down multiple times nothing like giving the hero a stalker attitude to make you root for him Doop s momentarily reunited with his former X Statix team mate, Tike Alicar the Anarchist, who talks him into confronting his mum And that s the issue One big what the fuck is going onIs that what this whole miniseries has been about exploring some weird mummy issues Doop has Ugh I know Peter Milligan created Doop with Mike Allred but he completely screwed the pooch on this one though Allred s covers have been amazing His Doop miniseries has been one long wasted opportunity and totally boring to boot It s so crappy, I can t bear to buy and read the remaining two issues to see whether Doop and his mum get along I just don t care If you want to read a great Doop comic, check out Jason Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men 17 and ignore Peter Milligan s tripe

  4. Patrick Patrick says:

    Doop Basically I went into this book with an inexplicable affinity for Doop, and the story didn t nothing to dissuade me I first discovered this slimy green potato dude in Peter Milligan s X Force run He was just a goofy little character who, aside from a full issue feature somewhere in X Force volume 2, seemed perfectly content to live on the fringe All New Doop takes that idea further, introducing us into Doop s home in the margins of reality From here, in the dimension called Marginalia Doop Basically I went into this book with an inexplicable affinity for Doop, and the story didn t nothing to dissuade me I first discovered this slimy green potato dude in Peter Milligan s X Force run He was just a goofy little character who, aside from a full issue feature somewhere in X Force volume 2, seemed perfectly content to live on the fringe All New Doop takes that idea further, introducing us into Doop s home in the margins of reality From here, in the dimension called Marginalia, Doop is able to travel to points throughout time and space, leading to all sorts of wackiness I wasn t crystal clear on everything that was happening, but that s probably because I just needtime to process everything If you like your stories a little on the meta side, and overwhelmingly on the silly side, you might enjoy this one

  5. Mike Mike says:

    See reviews by Anne Sam See reviews by Anne Sam

  6. Russell Russell says:

    I first came aware of Doop in the early 2000 s when Morrison s NXM run pushed me into comics and I tried to learn everything I could about everything I never got the chance to read X Statix, but Doop is the type of character who you look at and instantly want to knowI was glad to see Doop rescued for Jason Arron s X men run and evenglad to see this at the library Had to get it No clue where or when it took place, but Milligan Allred s names stuck out I haven t read the books tha I first came aware of Doop in the early 2000 s when Morrison s NXM run pushed me into comics and I tried to learn everything I could about everything I never got the chance to read X Statix, but Doop is the type of character who you look at and instantly want to knowI was glad to see Doop rescued for Jason Arron s X men run and evenglad to see this at the library Had to get it No clue where or when it took place, but Milligan Allred s names stuck out I haven t read the books that it references, but I am very much okay with that It helps with Doop s Zeppo episode of Buffy powers to not really know the full story of the future past x men shenanigans.And the book flows well exploring Doop, giving insight into them without removing the mystique I dug it, but not really looking forand not sure if I d ever reread

  7. StormblessedZeN StormblessedZeN says:

    I don t mind a bit of ultraweird and nonsensicality So this Doop miniseries was a pleasant read You have to obviously accept the notion of a screw ball heightened reality Particularly since from issue to issue the story can feel disjointed However overall the weird was wacky enough to make the wild ride a worthy read It s nothing to take seriously The art makes the transitioning panels a color ride The writing is appropriate for the type of story told but a bit derivative since it s basin I don t mind a bit of ultraweird and nonsensicality So this Doop miniseries was a pleasant read You have to obviously accept the notion of a screw ball heightened reality Particularly since from issue to issue the story can feel disjointed However overall the weird was wacky enough to make the wild ride a worthy read It s nothing to take seriously The art makes the transitioning panels a color ride The writing is appropriate for the type of story told but a bit derivative since it s basing itself on the Battle of the Atom Marvel Event

  8. C. Varn C. Varn says:

    I love Peter Milligan s X force and X statics, and so getting some insight into Doop would fascinating Further, my love of Kitty Pryde as a character made this promising but seems like written into the marginalia of the Children of the Atom storyline and is mostly nonsensical Aside from giving us the X static team in limbo in marginaliaor less and some jokes about Ingmar Bergman are humorous, but it is hard to see what I learned Milligan is not working with his normal satire, but I love Peter Milligan s X force and X statics, and so getting some insight into Doop would fascinating Further, my love of Kitty Pryde as a character made this promising but seems like written into the marginalia of the Children of the Atom storyline and is mostly nonsensical Aside from giving us the X static team in limbo in marginaliaor less and some jokes about Ingmar Bergman are humorous, but it is hard to see what I learned Milligan is not working with his normal satire, but a madcap farce and the consequences and stakes just don t seem there

  9. David David says:

    Meh.

  10. Chad Chad says:

    A surreal tale told around the margins of the Battle of the Atom X Men crossover featuring Doop and Kitty Pryde It was too nonsensical for me to enjoy.

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