It’s Ho-Ho-Homicide in ‘Red Hood and the Outlaws’ Annual #2. They’ve been naughty, but only to be nice. “Nobody’s happy, everybody’s dead,” that’s been the theme of Red Hood and the Outlaws. But when the gang finds themselves kids again, you’ll be feeling the nostalgic comfort that can only come from seeing Santa wield an assault rifle. Of course, it’s not all sugar plums and banana clips. There’s some sadness as well. For example, not one of these characters gets to utter the line, “Now I have a machine gun.
Ho ho ho,” and that’s a missed opportunity if there ever was one. Sidebar: imagine being the officer writing up the report of the hostage rescue? “Jeez, look at this, guys. Terrorists killed some poor guy and wrote this on him. Sick %@$+@^!)$. ”.
“That was me, Sarge. ”. “What? McClane? You did this?”. Anyway, Merry Christmas from the Outlaws and the folks at DC Comics.
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Red Hood and the Outlaws. Starring: Jason Todd as Red Hood (#1 - Present); Roy Harper as Arsenal (#1 - 5, 7-Present); Koriand'r as Starfire. Red Hood and the Outlaws is a superhero team appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, and debuted in 2011 as part of The New 52 event.