Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 review

After a mock-assassination attempt on the mayor, Jason Todd is now the most famous bad guy in Gotham—and that’s saying something! It’s all part of the plan, though, and Jason has promised…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #40 review

I hated this book from the first page.  We have Jason, who has that stupid nose thing on his helmet that should never, ever be there, because it looks asinine.  There’s also…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #39 review

Before I get into the review, there’s an observation I’d like to get out.  This book is a flop.  It’s not like there’s any interesting villains, cool plot points, stunning visuals, or…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #38 review

It’s been a very rough few months for Jason Todd and his strange trio of misfit outlaws.  Between alien narcotic rings, Venom addiction, and being set on fire by one’s girlfriend, things…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #37 review

The Outlaws are going through some rough times, both on and off the page.  The story has been so painfully misguided since its inception, taking two very human characters and one super-powered…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #36 review

The latest arc of Red Hood and the Outlaws continues down the dangerous slope of drug abuse, with each of our heroes facing trials that they will be inevitably forced to overcome…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #35 review

After the Red Hood awesomeness that was Future’s End Month, I had forgotten how mediocre the issues beforehand were.  For anyone who hasn’t read those previous issues in a while, there was…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #34 review

Red Hood and the Outlaws has had its fair share of intense battles and more somber moments, but overall has been a rather light romp through a series of space adventures and…