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It’s the end of the Outlaw era! Magic and metahumans are everywhere, but good and evil are easy to spot-right? Red Hood and the Outlaws are about to discover that the line between moral and immoral is very thin indeed. Red Hood, Artemis, and Bizarro have battled many threats together...but they’ve never faced a veritable army of the damned! Which is what is happening durin It’s the end of the Outlaw era! Magic and metahumans are everywhere, but good and evil are easy to spot-right? Red Hood and the Outlaws are about to discover that the line between moral and immoral is very thin indeed. Red Hood, Artemis, and Bizarro have battled many threats together...but they’ve never faced a veritable army of the damned! Which is what is happening during the protests on the streets of Qurac as the Untitled prepare to strike at the heart of humanity! It’s a battle that will take the Outlaws literally to hell-but will they be able to find their way back? Collects Red Hood: Outlaw #43-50.


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It’s the end of the Outlaw era! Magic and metahumans are everywhere, but good and evil are easy to spot-right? Red Hood and the Outlaws are about to discover that the line between moral and immoral is very thin indeed. Red Hood, Artemis, and Bizarro have battled many threats together...but they’ve never faced a veritable army of the damned! Which is what is happening durin It’s the end of the Outlaw era! Magic and metahumans are everywhere, but good and evil are easy to spot-right? Red Hood and the Outlaws are about to discover that the line between moral and immoral is very thin indeed. Red Hood, Artemis, and Bizarro have battled many threats together...but they’ve never faced a veritable army of the damned! Which is what is happening during the protests on the streets of Qurac as the Untitled prepare to strike at the heart of humanity! It’s a battle that will take the Outlaws literally to hell-but will they be able to find their way back? Collects Red Hood: Outlaw #43-50.

30 review for Red Hood: Outlaw, Vol. 4: Unspoken Truths

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Oof. Scott Lobdell decided to go back to his Red Hood and the Outlaw roots bringing back the Untitled and All-Caste nonsense he started his New 52 run on. At least this time around he has Artemis and Bizarro along with him. Bizarro is the bright spot of this book. He's in full on Zangief mode and is both the heart and badass of this story. An issue before this story ends, you can actually hear the record scratch when you get to issue #48 and it's a Joker War crossover. Lobdell doesn't even bothe Oof. Scott Lobdell decided to go back to his Red Hood and the Outlaw roots bringing back the Untitled and All-Caste nonsense he started his New 52 run on. At least this time around he has Artemis and Bizarro along with him. Bizarro is the bright spot of this book. He's in full on Zangief mode and is both the heart and badass of this story. An issue before this story ends, you can actually hear the record scratch when you get to issue #48 and it's a Joker War crossover. Lobdell doesn't even bother to try to make this fit in chronologically. You're just left to guess when all these stories take place but my guess would be that issue #48 and #50 take place before #43-47, #49. Paolo Pantalena handles most of the art. He has some weird character designs. It's like stepping back to Rob Liefeld era Image comics of the 90s. He loves to accessorize.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Red Hood has managed to come to terms with a lot in his short life - but the Untitled and their effect on him remain hanging over him, no matter how much he'd like to shake them, and they're about to come back with a vengeance! The final volume of Red Hood has a bit of an identity crisis going on; there's a LOT in here, and it's definitely a case of Scott Lobdell throwing everything and the kitchen sink at the plot to make sure he wraps it all up before issue 50 and the end of the road. First ther Red Hood has managed to come to terms with a lot in his short life - but the Untitled and their effect on him remain hanging over him, no matter how much he'd like to shake them, and they're about to come back with a vengeance! The final volume of Red Hood has a bit of an identity crisis going on; there's a LOT in here, and it's definitely a case of Scott Lobdell throwing everything and the kitchen sink at the plot to make sure he wraps it all up before issue 50 and the end of the road. First there's a creepy interdimensional cult. Then there's Trigon, and the Chamber Of All, and the return of Essence, and the original Outlaws, the end of the current Outlaws, and oh no I've gone crosseyed. Plus, right in the middle of the story, we get a flash-sideways to the Joker War so that Red Hood can tie into that as well! Bloody hell. It's not bad, per se, Not at all. It's just...a lot. I expect reading it all in one go will likely mitigate the scattershot storytelling approach, but reading it in monthlies was a pain in the butt, I can tell you. I also wasn't entirely satisfied with the way it all ended; it's not a complete put-all-your-toys-back-in-the-box type reset, but it's pretty close. The vast majority of the artwork is handled by Paolo Pantelena, who is basically Kenneth Rocafort if Rocafort could do more than two issues in a row without a fill-in. Seriously, their artwork looks almost exactly the same, to the point I thought there was a misprint on the cover. Oh, and Brett Booth shows up for the Joker War crossover as well. Red Hood's last adventures are a mish-mash of ideas, most of which overtake each other until we've got one big Katamari going on before the series ends. It's not a bad ending, and it's still miles better than the earlier Red Hood series were, but it's definitely not the kind of ending I expected given how great the Rebirth volume of this series has been up to this point.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    For the last Volume of this run, we get the same action packed flow of the rest of the series, and while ultimately there is plenty to be covered here, I'm just going to hit the highlights briefly. - The Untitled are back and have a two fold mission: 1) Open the Chamber of All, and 2) Use that to free Trigon from his hellish prison so he can use the Untitled as his army and take over reality. - Isabel, Jason's girlfriend, gets a hold of the Blood Blade and releases Essence from her sword prison. A For the last Volume of this run, we get the same action packed flow of the rest of the series, and while ultimately there is plenty to be covered here, I'm just going to hit the highlights briefly. - The Untitled are back and have a two fold mission: 1) Open the Chamber of All, and 2) Use that to free Trigon from his hellish prison so he can use the Untitled as his army and take over reality. - Isabel, Jason's girlfriend, gets a hold of the Blood Blade and releases Essence from her sword prison. As Essence, she then joins the fight against the Untitled. - Artemis is reunited with her powerful axe, Mistress. - Bizarro takes on Trigon single handed to allow the others to close the doors to the Chamber. After defeating Trigon, he takes the throne in Hell to rule, leaving the Outlaws. - During the scene of closing the chamber, the power of the Chamber of All, existing in all times, allows them to interact with the original team (Jason, Starfire, and Arsenal). Much respect for Jason not revealing that Arsenal would soon be dying. - Everyone basically goes their separate ways, leading Jason to head back to Gotham. - There is also a connection issue in the middle that matches up to Joker War (which I will be reading very soon) Overall, I've enjoyed the Red Hood series. Nice anti-hero with comedy, and tons of action. Recommend. Wonder what's next for Jason Todd?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Onna

    Ah the end of an era! Finishing this series is bittersweet I must say. I know a lot don't like how sexualized the characters were drawn and in this volume I definitely got annoyed at how they were drawn. It was like overkill and not in a good way. The storyline on the other hand was epic. I'm bummed it's over. The last comic felt rushed like it was trying to close all loose ends in one go which was kinda odd, but I get it. I love Jason Todd. That said, read it. Give these comics a chance. Are th Ah the end of an era! Finishing this series is bittersweet I must say. I know a lot don't like how sexualized the characters were drawn and in this volume I definitely got annoyed at how they were drawn. It was like overkill and not in a good way. The storyline on the other hand was epic. I'm bummed it's over. The last comic felt rushed like it was trying to close all loose ends in one go which was kinda odd, but I get it. I love Jason Todd. That said, read it. Give these comics a chance. Are they drawn badly sometimes? Yeah. Are the women in the comics given too little clothes and ridiculous poses? Yes. But the heart of the story. Found family! Is great!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    While I was not the biggest fan of issues 28 through 42, I did like how it was concluded. The resolution with Essence was nice as well as the concluding bit with Duela Dent. I’m going to miss Artemis and Bizarro, but I hope we get to see them again. I also liked the mission where they went back in time. I still hate that he was killed off in Heroes in Crisis, but I appreciated that Jason got to see Roy alive one last time. The only really strange but was Bizarro taking over for Trigon. I suppose While I was not the biggest fan of issues 28 through 42, I did like how it was concluded. The resolution with Essence was nice as well as the concluding bit with Duela Dent. I’m going to miss Artemis and Bizarro, but I hope we get to see them again. I also liked the mission where they went back in time. I still hate that he was killed off in Heroes in Crisis, but I appreciated that Jason got to see Roy alive one last time. The only really strange but was Bizarro taking over for Trigon. I suppose I get why, but the fact he took over Trigon’s followers was a bit of an oddity.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amanda [Novel Addiction]

    BIZARRO! Also, though, like... I'm not sure this illustrator knows how to draw an older person? It kind of seems like they just assumed adding more lines on the face = older. Or maybe I'm just really picky. Generally the art was great, I just had some issues with the faces. BIZARRO! Also, though, like... I'm not sure this illustrator knows how to draw an older person? It kind of seems like they just assumed adding more lines on the face = older. Or maybe I'm just really picky. Generally the art was great, I just had some issues with the faces.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    It is rare to find a comic so inconsistent in tone and direction. I't like they switched writers every couple of pages. It is rare to find a comic so inconsistent in tone and direction. I't like they switched writers every couple of pages.

  8. 5 out of 5

    David

    I'm just here for Bizarro. He's my current favorite DC character. DC Comics needs to give him his own series! I'm just here for Bizarro. He's my current favorite DC character. DC Comics needs to give him his own series!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dichte Sophie Kristensen

  10. 4 out of 5

    Blue

  11. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

  12. 5 out of 5

    lailahm

  13. 5 out of 5

    Wasan Syananondh

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jason

  15. 4 out of 5

    Remy's Dad

  16. 5 out of 5

    July

  17. 5 out of 5

    Madison

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dimitra

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bryan Parrott

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jacques

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dympna

  23. 5 out of 5

    Billy Atkinson

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Travischesser

  26. 5 out of 5

    M

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  28. 5 out of 5

    Galen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brandon Hawthorne

  30. 5 out of 5

    Heather

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