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The Great Divide continues! Separated by two continents and personal differences, the two Outsiders teams are pushed to their limits. Black Lightning, Owl Man and newest member Freight Train take on the combined might of Chemomorpho while Geo-Force and his army invade a neighboring country - only to come face-to-face with that country's defender, The Olympian!

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Outsiders teaches comics what a Superhero Team title should be. 0

My introduction into Outsiders was as convoluted as a Grant Morrison comic. I started out reading The Hunt and was only mildly impressed, and worried a bit when one of my favorite artists, Philip Tan, was taking over, feeling his talent may be wasted on the team (I don't hate them but I thought they weren't the best match compared to his stints on Batman and Robin and Green Lantern.) The first few issues of DD and PT's run were messy and inconsistent, with Don Kramer doing half the art sprinkled...

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