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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!

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Superman Questions the Outlaws 0

I have been really enjoying this series for some time now and I am extremely looking forward to it's role in the Death of the Family crossover. Although it's not been the overall best series DC has going the now and that some issues have been a little poor it has without a doubt been a very fun series.PlotThis issues sees the Outlaws getting stopped by Superman on their way back to Earth. They manage to avoid him by teleporting away from their ship but Superman isn't that easy to avoid and soon ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

RHTO #14 0

Hoodies, WE ARE BACK FROM SPACE! And it is time to kick back and relax, that is if Superman wasn't knocking on the door. It seems the Man of Steel has something to say to the Outlaws, but what does have to deal with and how are the Outlaws gonna take a lecture from the boy scout in blue tights. Everything leads up to the last few pages which brings us into the DEATH OF THE FAMILY! With a guest artist, our last Rocafort cover, and intense story, this issue marks the beginning of a possible end to...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

RHATO #14 0

For a review with images, click here.Up, Up and Away...My Beautiful, My Beautiful Balloon!I’ve come to really enjoy Red Hood and the Outlaws. Though it deals in death, it actually has a more lighthearted tone than most of the Bat books, and I like the reprieve from doom and gloom. Last issue, the Outlaws were acting a little to campy with their one liners by making jokes in a situation where they expected to die. I also disliked last issue's easy resolution to the strife between Starfire and Bla...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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