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Doom Patrol (1987) - #9
"It's Raining Plastic Men"
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Paul Kupperberg

Erik Larsen

Gary Martin

Carl Gafford - 'Gaff'

John E. Workman Jr.

Robert 'Bob' Greenberger

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Alan J.M. 'Al' Gordon
Erik Larsen

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Cover Date: June 1988
Cover Price: US $ 0.75

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Garguax's plastic men attack a missle silo in New Mexico. Arani is still on bedrest from her wounds from Shrapnel. Wayne's powers are useless against the plastic men, and he gets seriously beat up, while Scott gets a chance to shine. When the team returns home, Larry Trainor is gone. He has purchased a one-way bus ticket to Louisiana.

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Arani visits a war memorial and meets an old woman in a wheelchair named Ellen, who has recently lost her husband, who was wounded in World War II. Ellen tells Arani that she is uptight and neds to enjoy life. Arani accompanies her to Bryant's for a pork sandwich, a Kansas City Royals game (where a man catches a baseball and gives it to Ellen for George Grett to sign), a Buddhist temple, and convinces Arani to use her power to save people from a burning building and face the crowd of harassers. Finally, they go to a fountain, which is Ellen's chosen place to die. Arani returns home and gives the autographed baseball to Cliff.

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