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“DEATH OF THE FAMILY” continues here!

Ties in to this month’s TEEN TITANS #16!

Tim Drake and Jason Todd have to survive a confrontation with The Joker and stop their respective teams from killing each other.

Considering how well they have worked together in the past, that shouldn’t be a problem, right? RIGHT?

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Disappointing 0

This has been a very good series, and I have really enjoyed it, but this issue is disappointing. Scott Lobdell has done a brilliant job making this series very fun, but there have been a few imperfections along the way, and a few disappointments.PlotThis issue sees Arsenal (Roy Harper) lead the Teen Titans, along with his fellow Outlaw, Starfire in rescuing all the people infected with Joker Venom. The only problem is that certain members of the Teen Titans aren't overly fond of having Arsenal b...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

RHATO #16 0

Family Matters!To read this review with images, Click Here.I'm really interested in this week's Red Hood and the Outlaws not so much because I want to see how the Joker arch concludes but because I've seen some very low scores on this issue from people who usually give RHATO high scores. I was not crazy about the last issue, but I did respect how Jason did not relent against the Joker, and I thought the labyrinth Joker set up for Red Hood was pretty menacing. Furthermore, Lobdell said months ago...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Family Matters. This Issue...Not So Much. 0

Red Hood and the Outlaws #16 - (Death of the Family Tie-In)Released: Wednesday, January 23rdWritten by: Scott LobdellArt by: Timothy Green IICover by: Tyler KirkhamThe previous issue of RHatO proved that tying into Scott Snyder's massive Death of the Family story was possible without losing the integrity of the book. Focusing primarily on Jason and his confrontation with the psycho who killed him, the book featured a bit of comic relief with Roy and Kori and set up a potentially good follow-up. ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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