Doom Patrol: Meet the Team in New Character Teasers

With Doom Patrol set to premiere next month, several short teasers introducing the team's members have been released.

The teasers -- which focus on Crazy Jane, Elasti-Girl and Robotman -- were released on the Doom Patrol Twitter, and there are likely more to come. The first shows Kay Challis, also known as Crazy Jane. Played by Diane Guerrero, Kay houses 64 distinct personalities and each one has its own unique superpower. Pyrokinesis and electrical manipulation are two of the abilities shown in this montage, which also contains the names of some of Jane's different personalities.

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The second features April Bowlby reprising her role as Rita Farr/Elasti-Girl from Titans. Rita was once a beautiful actress who gained the ability to stretch, shrink and/or grow her body after being exposed to a toxic gas. Unfortunately, Elasti-Girl cannot always control her abilities, as her features can randomly lose cohesion. This gives the impression of melting and makes the character, who was once loved and praised for her looks, insecure. Her montage shows her changing her appearance while a clip from one of her movies plays behind her.

The third clip shows Brendan Fraser as Clifford "Cliff" Steele/Robotman, who also appeared in Titans. Cliff was once a daredevil race car driver. However, he was involved in a horrible accident that destroyed his body. Fortunately the Chief, portrayed in the series by Timothy Dalton, was able to save his brain and place it into a robotic body. Now Cliff struggles with his feelings that he is neither machine or human. His montage shows his former identity and his current form.

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Doom Patrol, starring Timothy Dalton as The Chief, Brendan Fraser as Robot Man, Joivan Wade as Cyborg, April Bowlby as Elasti-Woman, Diane Guerrero as Crazy Jane, Alan Tudyk as Mr. Nobody and Matt Bomer as Negative Man, is scheduled to premiere on DC Universe on Feb. 15.

This article will be updated as more teasers are released.

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