Outsiders, Vol. 5: The Good Fight
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Outsiders, Vol. 5: The Good Fight (Outsiders III #5)

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The Outsiders have been thought dead for months. Then, deep undercover in the African country of Mali, trying to save innocent lives and stop a civil war, they are discovered.

With a new team consisting of members from teams past and one former super-villain, the team finds itself at odds with an entire nation, not to mention the super-hero community.

Also, the Outsiders t

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Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 3rd 2007 by DC Comics
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Rob
Clones with problems, villainy at its most sympathetic (a talking gorilla trying to manufacture a body for his soulmate, a talking brain encased in a metal box), with solid action-packed art pacing Winick's twisted story, a situation your average superhero would never think they would find themselves in, only the Outsiders could get out of. And what a great, ominous foreshadowing of an oldtimey bad guy sure to wreak havoc in the upcoming volume. A lotta fun.
Jamie Vanhorn
I like them
Kathleen
I would like to once again thank the DC writers for smoking crack so that I'll never have to. Of course Mallah and the Brain are in love and trying to make a body for the Brain so they can be together. I'm not sure if I feel horrified or gleeful about that characterization choice, but it definitely made this trade more interesting.
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definitely not for kids, but still interesting.
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Born February 12th, 1970 and raised on Long Island in New York, Judd began cartooning professionally at 16 with a single-paneled strip called Nuts & Bolts. This ran weekly through Anton Publications, a newspaper publisher that produced town papers in the Tri state area. He was paid 10 dollars a week.

In August of 1988, Judd began attending the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor bringing Nuts &...more
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