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Who Is The Villain In Doom Patrol Season 3?

Just because HBO Max's "Doom Patrol" depicts the DC multiverse on the small screen doesn't mean the show is restricted in any way. In fact, it's quite the opposite. If you've seen the first two seasons of the series so far, you'll already know just how bizarre things get for the team led by Dr. Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton). During the 24 episodes that make up Seasons 1 and 2, the team has traveled through alternate realities, fought inter-dimensional villains, and even tried to stop an apocalypse. We're still waiting to see if Dorothy Spinner manages to stop her own imaginary friend — the Candlemaker — from encasing the world in wax. What a cliffhanger, right?

However, because "Doom Patrol" Season 3 is already in the works, it seems likely they'll find some way of stopping the Candlemaker. Either that, or they'll jump into another timeline or dimension. Honestly, anything is possible with this show, and it's going to get even more bizarre. Michelle Gomez was previously confirmed to play Madame Rouge in the upcoming season, but there's a handful of absurd villains with equally strange powers also coming to "Doom Patrol."

They've been pulled straight from writer Grant Morrison's run on the team, so that alone should be proof that this will turn a bit weird.

Absurd Anarchists

Okay, don't say we didn't warn you. The Sisterhood of Dada are coming to "Doom Patrol" Season 3. Yes, we can feel your confusion through the screen. Before we dive into who they are, it's interesting to note that the writers have made a slight change to the group, as Grant Morrison originally introduced them in "Doom Patrol" #26 as the Brotherhood of Dada. Clearly, the show is putting its own spin on the writer's brilliantly bizarre 1989 run and updating it for the modern era. The group was originally made up of anarchists who opposed the very nature of reality, law, and order. However, they're not typically evil, because that's a concept with its own rules and constraints in itself.

As revealed by DC and Warner Bros. (via Deadline), Micah Joe Parker is set to play Malcolm/Agent ! who is described as "a thoughtful soul who would rather be invisible than face the unforgiving world." While Wynn Everett will star as Shelley Byron/The Fog, who is "supposedly a deadly terrorist, Shelley is charming, seductive, poetic and a bit mad." Miles Mussenden is the third member of the group as Lloyd Jeffrson/Frenzy, a tattooed mask sculptor who has a "capacity for extreme devastation."

Also part of the Sisterhood is Anita Kalathara as Holly McKenzie/Sleepwalk, described as "a light-hearted ne'er do well" who shouldn't be woken up from her naps — and in the comics, she can only use her super strength when she's asleep. Last but certainly not least is Gina Hiraizumi as Sachiko/The Quiz, an extreme germaphobe whose phobias make for "awe-inspiring" abilities She's not too dissimilar to Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero) and her horde of powers that come with different identities. Hopefully, the show puts the Sisterhood in comic-accurate outfits.