Review: Red Hood And The Outlaws #27

[Editor’s Notes: This review may continue spoilers]

Writer: Scott Lobdell

Art & Cover: Pete Woods

Letters: ALW’s Troy Peteri

 

Summary

The death of his brother-in-arms leads to a visit from Jason Todd’s mentor and father figure, Bruce Wayne, which furthers the resolve of the Red Hood to achieve justice his way or the high way

 

Positives

As usual, Red Hood And The Outlaws does not fail to disappoint.  The appearance of Bruce Wayne, in a peaceful manor, was a wonderful addition to this issue despite him giving Jason Todd the horrible news of Roy Harper’s death.  The somber, yet positive tone was inspirational especially for a book known for for its non-stop action.

Negatives

There are no negatives worth mentioning in this issue.

 

Verdict

Red Hood And The Outlaws is the best series by DC Comics right now.  Start collecting these issues because this is what a comic book series should be.

 

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Jeff Testanero

Hartford, Connecticut based blogger and podcaster. Graduate of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting and serious comic book collector for the past 20+ years Diehard Superman fanboy