Arnold Drake (Doom Patrol/Deadman) Passes Away

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  1. Primal

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    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    Arnold Drake at 2005's Comic-Con International in San Diego

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    Classic "Doom Patrol" comics authored by Arnold Drake

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    Drake's Beast Boy character enjoys renewed popularity on the "Teen Titans" animated series

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    Drake's "Deadman" helped launch the stellar career of artist Neal Adams

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  2. Lumpy

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    man...i was never a fan of dooom patrol, but beast boy is cool....still sad that we are really in the timeframe when alot of these guys are leaving us now....may he rest in peace...
     
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    A pity. I haven't read much of Drake's work, really only his short run on the Silver Age X-Men. It wasn't particularly remarkable, but even for a short run he still left a mark on the X-Men's history. Both Polaris and Havok were created during Drake's run.
     

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