Red Hood: Outlaw # 46DC Comics
Written by: Scott LobdellArt by: Paolo Pantalena & & Travis MercerInks by: Paolo Pantalena & & John LivesayColors by: Arif PriantoLetters by: Troy Peteri
Red Hood: Outlaw covers never ever tend to disappoint, however the 2 for Red Hood: Outlaw # 46 (main by Paolo Pantalena and Arif Prianto, alternative by Philip Tan and Elmer Santos) are among the very best weve seen in a long time.
However as much as Im glad to see Artemis back in control of that excessively large ax, it wouldve been cool to see the human manifestation of mistress in action for an issue or more.
While I generally favor Tans work, Pantalena stole the show this time around. The combination of Bizarros ferocity, Red Hoods desperation and Artemis control amounts up the group completely. Plus, this cover is an ideal tease for what is available in Red Hood: Outlaw # 46.
( WARNING: Spoilers for Red Hood: Outlaw # 46 ahead.).
If Isabel enters the fold, I question how thats going to affect the Jason-Artemis dynamic.
The mix of Bizarros ferocity, Red Hoods desperation and Artemis control sums up the group perfectly. Plus, this cover is an ideal tease for what comes in Red Hood: Outlaw # 46.
If Isabel enters the fold, I wonder how thats going to affect the Jason-Artemis dynamic. Probably more drama. At least she got Mistress back– and her old appearance.
Maybe its the return of a certain Mistress thats brought balance back to the Outlaws, or maybe its something else, however the group felt in-sync in a manner they havent in a while.
And while the return of the All-Caste and The Untitled is something Ive griped about in current issues, Scott Lobdell helped make sense of why both groups are unexpectedly back in the mix. Though, it mayve been better to let us in on the trick a bit faster.
Not only did she misread the situation with Jason, but now shes likewise understood she involved Isabel wrongfully. Essence knows she made a pretty big mistake, and I get the sensation shell try to remedy it.