New Doom Patrol Season 2 Poster Brings in the Butterflies

New Doom Patrol Season 2 Poster Brings in the Butterflies

Just two days shy of Doom Patrol’s return, DC Universe has shared a hallucinatory new poster for season 2. And more importantly, fans of the series can also enter for the chance to win one for themselves. The new one-sheet will be available as part of the DC Universe Rewards program to coincide with Doom Patrol’s season premiere this week.

The poster was designed by the U.K.-based artist known only as Doaly. Over the years, Doaly has collaborated with the likes of Marvel, Lucasfilm, Warner Bros., and more. He has also designed posters for films such as Bumblebee, Jurassic Park, Avengers: Endgame, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. You can check out some of Doaly’s other work on his official website.

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Doaly’s colorful new Doom Patrol poster shows the team members’ heads encased inside butterfly wings. And in the center of that butterfly is the Chief’s daughter, Dorothy, the latest occupant of Doom Manor. To receive their own copy of the poster, fans must have the right amount of tokens earned through DC Universe Rewards. Launched last month, the program gives DC Universe subscribers and non-subscribers alike the chance to win these tokens by staying engaged with the platform. Participants can earn tokens by reading digital comics, watching DC movies and TV shows, and posting on the community boards. Past prizes have included a 30-day premium subscription, a Harley Quinn statue, and a limited-edition Titans poster.

Doom Patrol season 2 will premiere on DC Universe and HBO Max this Thursday, June 25. You can check out the full poster for the new season below, then share your thoughts in the comment section!

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