"Brick by Brick, Part One: Happy Birthday, Casey Brinke": Casey Brinke was driving in an ambulance with a paramedic named Sam Reynolds and a patient to the hospital. After dropping off the patient, Casey played a game called "Galac
Doom Patrol (Volume 6) #1 is an issue of the series Doom Patrol (Volume 6) with a cover date of November, 2016. It was published on September 14, 2016.
Synopsis for "Brick by Brick, Part One: Happy Birthday, Casey Brinke"
Casey Brinke was driving in an ambulance with a paramedic named Sam Reynolds and a patient to the hospital. After dropping off the patient, Casey played a game called "Galactic Matador" on an arcade machine. talking to Sam, when the latter showed his gyro to the former, contemplating what could be going inside of it and that they could all "be inside of someone else's gyro."
Meanwhile, in the gyro, Robotman was fighting masked figures, when he pushed a button that blew up the piece of food. In a warehouse, a man named Ricardo was throwing bricks, hoping that Danny the Street would give him a sign. Ricardo heard a sound outside.
Meanwhile, Niles Caulder tuned his keyboard.
Casey and Sam spotted Robotman, limping through the streets, who was then hit by a garbage truck. Then, Casey picked up Robotman's parts.
During a meeting at the Rondo Inn, an alien named Vectra told the other attendees that he knew of a source that could produce a regenerating, unending supply of meat for them, which he referred to as "Danny Burgers."
Casey brought Robotman's parts back to her home, when a woman came to her door and wished her happy birthday, despite it not being her birthday. She entered the apartment, examined Robotman's head and introduced herself as Terry None.
A body of a lion and entity named Ahl laid dead in the throne room of Final Heaven.
Appearing in "Brick by Brick, Part One: Happy Birthday, Casey Brinke"
- Casey Brinke (First appearance)
- Danny the Brick
- Niles Caulder
- Ricardo (First appearance)
- Sam Reynolds (First appearance)
- Terry None (First appearance)
- Final Heaven
- This comic was the first release under DC's Young Animal imprint.
- Doom Patrol Recommended Reading