god_spawn's Red Hood and the Outlaws #10 - Star Light, Star Bright--First Star I kill Tonight!; Better to Burn Out-Than to Rage Away review

Kori steps up.

Good: Er'rything is good. It's what I've come to expect from Lobdell now. The smooth and solid dialogue, decent action, a good laugh here and there. I also did not expect Isabel to show up but it seemed like they have a plan for her since she got teleported onto the ship. I also like how she was just really cool with Jason lying. I feel like I'm getting repetitive with these reviews for RHTO but this is by far one of the best New52 titles IMO and has been my favorite since day one. Lobdell has done great things with these characters and has completely flipped the original thoughts of the characters. From Starfire being promiscuous, to Jason still being mad about the whole Joker and Batman thing and Roy being an angst drug addict turned minor background character for comic relief. He's flipped them and given the characters a new purpose. Roy really does care for Kori. Starfire isn't prostituting herself around with a goldfish memory. Jason has gotten over the whole ordeal of no one avenging him. The characters have a new sense of direction and Lobdell has done a magnificent job at doing that.

Bad: Nothing.

Recommended: Yes.

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