The fourth issue of Red Hood and the Outlaws sees Starfire walloping in a winter wonderland. Which is not to be confused with the more festive and holiday appropriate ‘wassailing.’ This is more painful and explosive than all that, unless your caroling troupe has a really dynamite falsetto.
This guy Crux has a mad-on for aliens, even if they look more human than he does these days. That’s bad news for Kori, but tremendous news for readers, as artist Kenneth Rocafort gets to unleash some cosmic fury on these pages. The characters are so stunning, you might not mind their battle is laying waste to the virginal snow of this Thomas Kinkade village. Fireworks in December? Sounds like fun to me.
RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #4
Written by SCOTT LOBDELL; Art and cover by KENNETH ROCAFORT
The man who has pursued Starfire all the way to the wilds of Colorado has only one thing on his mind: her slow and painful death. His name is Crux – and he’s done some dark and dangerous work on his DNA to reach his goal of ridding the Earth of every alien on the planet! And Kori’s about to learn that Red Hood and Roy Harper have their hands full with the ancient evil known as The Untitled!
DC Universe / 32pg. / Color / $2.99 US
Let’s have a gander at some of Kenneth Rocafort’s stunning pages. The rest hits shelves on Wednesday.