Sex, Drugs, and Violence
I really wanted to write a review about the first issue, but after reading the comic and hearing about all the flak that the creators were getting (mostly for the portrayal of Starfire) I figured I should hold judgment until the next issue. Now, in this issue, Starfire's sexuality isn't put in the foreground as much as the first issue, but it's still there. And honestly, I think it makes for an interesting character. Now, this character isn't a good role model. Not at all, but it makes sense in a bit of a rational way as Starfire isn't human. She's a Tamaranean and it would be kind of weird if she acted just like a human being.
As far as the Red Hood's character, I think his story is pretty good. I like that they've made him into a anti-hero type character and this issue shows some of his depth of character and humanity. It gives him dimension and lets you develop a relationship with the character.
All in all, I think Red Hood and the Outlaws is written for a bit younger audience, or the same one that loves movies like the Transformers triology or any other popcorn flick. It's emphasizing style over substance, but I think if you look closely you can see the intentions and depth of the creators in the characters they've developed.