RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #14
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• Just as the team gets back to Earth, they are interrupted by SUPERMAN.

• There’s a Black Market alien technology being fenced and the Man of Steel has traced a connection to the Red Hood!

• An old friend of Jason is coming for him leading up to next month’s “DEATH OF THE FAMILY” tie-in issue!

Story by Scott Lobdell
Art by Pascal Alixe
Colors by Blond
Letters by Dave Sharpe
Cover by Kenneth Rocafort & Hi-Fi

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  1. wiski wiski says:

    This comic is edging closer and closer to a drop for me. It’s got much worse artwork and just isn’t as much fun or interesting as it used to me.

    • daningotham daningotham says:

      You should hang in there through Death of the Family. I have a feeling we have some good stuff coming up…..especially issue #17. It’s an all Bruce and Jason issue!

    • wiski wiski says:

      Yeah, but I don’t want Red Hood and the Outlaws to have anything to do with the rest of the Batman universe, so anything like that is just more reason for me to avoid it.

    • daningotham daningotham says:

      Yeah, being as Jason Todd was the 2nd Robin I think he will always be stuck in the Batman Universe.

    • angelicfey says:

      I share your desire for a Batman free Red Hood comic. In my case, I simply treat such events as a ‘monster of the week’ episode. The villain’s origin is largely irrelevant.

  2. RedBaron504 RedBaron504 says:

    Boy, the art was terrible. Everyone looked bloated.

  3. Jhogo Aggo Jhogo Aggo says:

    The art was really bad. I really liked earlier books in this ruin, but I may dropping it here soon.

  4. daningotham daningotham says:

    I loved this issue! This should have been solicited as a Death in the Family tie in though. Batgirl #13 was an official tie in and the Joker storyline was on one page. We got a lot more than that with the Joker in this issue.

  5. angelicfey says:

    I’m still enjoying the story. The art, however, is a whole different kettle of rotted, foul smelling fish.

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