Outsiders #24

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Carlos D'Anda Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 25, 2005 Critic Reviews: 4
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Secrets are revealed and Indigo's origin is explored as the Outsiders join the Titans for an all-out battle against two of DC''s most powerful villains!

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning May 29, 2005

    Because its Summer Crossover Madness time, it should be noted that Insiders almost certainly ties in to at least one of Infinite Crisis miniseries. While the quality of the minis themselves has been hit or miss thus far, many ongoing series have grown more exciting by association. With chief architect Geoff Johns ramping things up in Teen Titans and JSA, other creators seem eager to get in on the fun. Here, Winick produces the most action-packed issue of Outsiders to date, cashing in the weight of high drama hes been building for two years. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill May 29, 2005

    ever actually been a useful fighter yet in this series? Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - James Redington May 29, 2005

    I am looking forward to the next part, but if Superman doesnt turn up to sort out the mess that he has caused with all these bloody Superbots, I might just not bother with the last part. How can the JLA be annoyed with Bats because of the Brother satellite and not at Supes for creating Superbots that have killed people while he did nothing to stop them? Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 7, 2005

    While I realize that it's a stylistic choice on his part, Carlos D'Anda's art is a little too rough around the edges for my liking. Now I will give the art credit for its work on some of the impact shots during the big battle, as Thunder's big drop attack is as impressive as ever, and Jade gets a great little moment to show what she brings to the table. I'll also give the art credit for its work on Jade's sudden change of expression when she discovers her power has been cut off, and the one page shot where Starfire races into the sky with Indigo is a great looking moment. However, there are also numerous moments where the art came up a little short for me. The scene where Indigo is killing Grace didn't convey the sense of urgency it needed to, nor did the scene where Arsenal has Indigo in the sights of his big gun. However, the biggest disappointment visually would have to be the cliff-hanger moment, as the sky full of Superman robots wasn't nearly as harrowing as it should have be Read Full Review

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