Outsiders #25

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Carlos D, #039, Anda Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 29, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Lex Luthor and his allies threaten to finish what they started and tear the teams apart. And what does Donna Troy have to do with it all?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 14, 2005

    I wasn't a big fan of the writing, and the sketchy style of Carlos D'Anda did little to change my less than favourable impression of the issue. There are some artists who are able to deliver some very effective looking work using this style, but Carlos D'Anda isn't one of them as his work looks like it's in desperate need of an inker who can seriously tighten up his art. The big impact moments of the issue are also poorly served by the art. In the scene where Wonder Girl calls for Superboy's help, the art utterly fails to convey the punishment that she's suffering. The same holds true for the big moment where Starfire is supposed to be cutting loose as it's little better than a light show, with absolutely no wow factor. The emotional angst of the final pages was also a bit weak, as Shift's torment is seriously hampered by some goofy looking facial contortions. The art also could have done a better job of selling the idea that Thunder lost her wig, as the character's appearance ju Read Full Review

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