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Red Hood and the Outlaws Annual #2

Written by Scott Lobdell Pencils by Neil Googe and Clayton Henry Inks by Clayton Henry and Wade von Grawbadger Colored by Marcelo Maiolo Jason Todd killed Penguin point-blank....

Red Hood and the Outlaws #24

Written by Scott Lobdell Pencils and Inks by Alisson Borges and Dexter Soy Colors by Veronica Gandini Cover by Antonio Fabela and Trevor Hairsine Rebirth brought us a...

Red Hood and the Outlaws # 23

Written by Scott Lobdell Pencils by Trevor Hairsine Inks by Ryan Winn Colors by Rainier Beredo Cover by Antonio Fabela and Trevor Hairsine Scott Lobdell on Red Hood and...

Red Hood and the Outlaws #20

The Story The issue starts off with a low level henchman checking his phone. He is at a party thrown by his wealthy girlfriend Emma,...

Red Hood and the Outlaws #18 Review

Each release of this title, whether on a run or a filler issue, never fails to captivate me and all my attention; especially the artwork.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #17 Review

Scott Lobdell continues to deliver an entertaining read this week in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #16 Review

I’m back on board with this issue. It was well written, there was a nice bit of humor, solid story, and tremendous art. Scott Lobdell is truly a great writer and Soy and Gandini are a magnificent team on the artwork. A big thumbs up to the team for this issue. Include it in your weekly pull.

Detective Comics #968 Review

A Lonely Place of Living continues this week in Detective Comics #968. In this series we are given the gift of Tim Drake’s return to DC Comics.

Detective Comics #967 Review

We have learned that Tim Drake is in fact not deceased. He is in the prison of Mr. Oz somewhere outside of time. Mr. Oz encourages Tim not to go back to the life that he so desperately wants to return to.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #15 Review

This story was frustrating. But not in a good way. In a very obnoxious way.

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