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Red Hood and the Outlaws Vol. 2: The Starfire (The New 52) Paperback – July 2, 2013
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Red Hood, Arsenal, and Starfire. Jason Todd, Roy Harper, and Princess Koriand'r (just Kori for short). Three different individuals. Three different personalities. But together they have become one mighty force of swift brutal justice, and a tight nit bunch.
Issues 8 and 9 deal with Todd wanting to go back to Gotham City to take care of some unfinished business. And no, thank goodness, it is not to settle a grudge with his former mentor, Batman. There is a Chinese mafia boss who has taken a medical ward hostage in which she was being treated for injuries given to her by Todd. The trio fly in and do what they do. While in town, the whole Court of Owls debacle is going on and Todd and company receive the message from Alfred that all Bat-members in the area are needed for help. In a touching moment, Tim Drake reaches out to Todd, and a cool flashback is given that should make Bat-fans appreciate what Lobdell did with these characters in regards to the relationships between current and former Robins alike. Anyways, Todd is in and it is off to save one of the many targets the Owls have targeted. Their particular person to protect, Mr. Freeze!
Issues 10-13 focus on Starfire and put the Outlaws in a space adventure. Starfire is contacted by a member of former crew of the (appropriately named) spaceship, The Starfire. It turns out her planet of Tamaran is being enslaved by a death loving intergalactic race known as the Blight. Starfire is torn to save her planet as her sister, Komand'r, the queen of the planet, traded her into slavery for the freedom of the planet. Quite the dilemma. Plus, an interesting new take on the whole sister relationship that will surprise and satisfy.Read more ›
RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS VOL.2: THE STARFIRE collects issues #8-14 and see's Red Hood and the Outlaws return to Jason's old turf, Gotham City, to end an old rivalry with Suzie Su. He ends up staying Gotham due to Alfred sending a distress beacon to the Bat-family over the Batman: Night of the Owls (The New 52), which the Court of Owls attacks, Gotham. Issues 10-13 is the prime story of the book, which the Outlaws get transported to the other side of the galaxy by Starfire's old crew (before she came to Earth), to end the dark reign of the Blight who have enslaved the Tamarans race, the same race who enslaved Starfire growing up. And Starfire intends to free Starfire's older sister, Komand'r. And the last issue is the Outlaws fighting Superman because of some mix-up.
I've said it before in my review of Red Hood volume 1 that I do not have the knowledge of Lobdell's previous work before the DC New 52 or Teen Titans knowledge of Starfire, so I still stand by any previous expectations on Lobdell and Starfire's portrayal as lackluster and I can't speak too much on either of those topics.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
decent second novel. it was a little disjointed but all in all a good read. I loved the Starfire story line and the build up to death of the familyPublished 1 month ago by Matt_Dudley
Love the series love the developement of the plot and the cliffhangersPublished 1 month ago by allen jacques
Just don't. The art is great but even that isn't enough to distract you from the pointless story, the jumble in things and just what? Like what is the real objective here? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Blanca
This one was even better than the first in my opinion. This volume of The Red Hood was just ACTION packed!!! I couldn't stop reading this one until I was finished!! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Corey