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The reign of Ra's al Ghul! Ra's al Ghul has had everything taken away from him. His League of Assassins, his power...even his family. All he has left is his mission to bend the world to his will and save it from itself. He's more dangerous than ever,and it'll take the combined might of the Outsiders team to take him down! But the Outsiders are far from all together. Black L The reign of Ra's al Ghul! Ra's al Ghul has had everything taken away from him. His League of Assassins, his power...even his family. All he has left is his mission to bend the world to his will and save it from itself. He's more dangerous than ever,and it'll take the combined might of the Outsiders team to take him down! But the Outsiders are far from all together. Black Lightning is pushing his powers to their limits and trying to show Batman that his potential has no limit. Katana is trying to save Orphan's and Signal's souls from the allure of the ruthless Lady Shiva—who is acting benevolent for the moment, but Katana can see through her ruse. The Outsiders will have to overcome their shortcomings, ambitions, and insecurities in order to stop Ra's al Ghul from using a device tha t promises to change the balance of power in the entire DCU! Find out if they have what it takes to win in Batman and the Outsiders Vol. 3: The Demon's Fire—the epic conclusion to the critically acclaimed series from writer Bryan Hill (Wildstorm: Michael Cray, TV's Titans) and artist Dexter Soy (Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Hush, Red Hood and the Outlaws). Collects Batman and the Outsiders #13-17.


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The reign of Ra's al Ghul! Ra's al Ghul has had everything taken away from him. His League of Assassins, his power...even his family. All he has left is his mission to bend the world to his will and save it from itself. He's more dangerous than ever,and it'll take the combined might of the Outsiders team to take him down! But the Outsiders are far from all together. Black L The reign of Ra's al Ghul! Ra's al Ghul has had everything taken away from him. His League of Assassins, his power...even his family. All he has left is his mission to bend the world to his will and save it from itself. He's more dangerous than ever,and it'll take the combined might of the Outsiders team to take him down! But the Outsiders are far from all together. Black Lightning is pushing his powers to their limits and trying to show Batman that his potential has no limit. Katana is trying to save Orphan's and Signal's souls from the allure of the ruthless Lady Shiva—who is acting benevolent for the moment, but Katana can see through her ruse. The Outsiders will have to overcome their shortcomings, ambitions, and insecurities in order to stop Ra's al Ghul from using a device tha t promises to change the balance of power in the entire DCU! Find out if they have what it takes to win in Batman and the Outsiders Vol. 3: The Demon's Fire—the epic conclusion to the critically acclaimed series from writer Bryan Hill (Wildstorm: Michael Cray, TV's Titans) and artist Dexter Soy (Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Hush, Red Hood and the Outlaws). Collects Batman and the Outsiders #13-17.

30 review for Batman & the Outsiders Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Khurram

    I really liked the story and artwork of the book, it was lacking on that action side. I think because the series was finishing these last 5 issues were a bit rushed. In fairness I do think it was the right decision to cut out some of the fights to further the story. The thing that really bothers me about the book is now that I am really invested in these characters, and especially their growth. Now the series is over I want to know where they go from here. I also think they have the perfect team I really liked the story and artwork of the book, it was lacking on that action side. I think because the series was finishing these last 5 issues were a bit rushed. In fairness I do think it was the right decision to cut out some of the fights to further the story. The thing that really bothers me about the book is now that I am really invested in these characters, and especially their growth. Now the series is over I want to know where they go from here. I also think they have the perfect team leaders and shadow mentor to continue their journey and evolution. One of the themes of this series is all the characters of this series are good enough to have their own series and go beyond the Bat family or Gotham. There is a lot more potential here than an actual ending. If anyone know where I can follow the Outsiders now that the series is over I would appreciate it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shaun Stanley

    Batman and the Outsiders Vol. 3 The Demon's Fire collects issues 13-17 written by Bryan Hill with art by Dexter Soy, Gleb Melkinov, and Marcio Takara. The conclusion to the story takes the battle to Ra's Al Ghul. I'm torn overall on this book. I think Bryan Hill really gets Black Lightning and I enjoy his relationship with Katanna. I think the two of them would make a great series. Hill has done a great job of elevating Lightning and I think he could continue to make him an integral character in Batman and the Outsiders Vol. 3 The Demon's Fire collects issues 13-17 written by Bryan Hill with art by Dexter Soy, Gleb Melkinov, and Marcio Takara. The conclusion to the story takes the battle to Ra's Al Ghul. I'm torn overall on this book. I think Bryan Hill really gets Black Lightning and I enjoy his relationship with Katanna. I think the two of them would make a great series. Hill has done a great job of elevating Lightning and I think he could continue to make him an integral character in DC. But I think the way he writes Batman is inconsistent: Batman either seems to care too much or not at all. Orphan/Cassandra has a good arc but I think Signal/Duke suffered. More needs to be done with his character to build him up. Overall I liked he story told and think Hill could have a good career at DC.

  3. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    So finishes up a decent run on Batman running the outsiders. Bryan Edward Hill creates some fantastic characters with the crew, just never really loved his Batman here. He gives him interesting ideas but I can't help but feel like it doesn't sound like Bruce for me. Still, everyone else works really strong. I just wish the story itself was stronger as Ra is one of the lamest villains around. The ending leaves the family of the outsiders broken up too which is a interesting idea. Overall, good li So finishes up a decent run on Batman running the outsiders. Bryan Edward Hill creates some fantastic characters with the crew, just never really loved his Batman here. He gives him interesting ideas but I can't help but feel like it doesn't sound like Bruce for me. Still, everyone else works really strong. I just wish the story itself was stronger as Ra is one of the lamest villains around. The ending leaves the family of the outsiders broken up too which is a interesting idea. Overall, good like the rest of the series. A 3 out of 5.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    3.5, rounded up. Ra's Al Ghul has a device which could make him all-powerful, and only Batman & The Outsiders can stand in his way. But the team is still on shaky ground, and the addition of Lady Shiva to the mix might be the fracture point that sends them all tumbling, right when they need to be united most. This final volume of Batman & The Outsiders is great on the surface. The story has been building to the confrontations contained here since the beginning, and it feels satisfying for the A pl 3.5, rounded up. Ra's Al Ghul has a device which could make him all-powerful, and only Batman & The Outsiders can stand in his way. But the team is still on shaky ground, and the addition of Lady Shiva to the mix might be the fracture point that sends them all tumbling, right when they need to be united most. This final volume of Batman & The Outsiders is great on the surface. The story has been building to the confrontations contained here since the beginning, and it feels satisfying for the A plot, no doubt. The character arcs are completed as much as they can be, and everyone is in a different place than when the series started (except maybe Batman, but this book was never really about him anyway). But there's also a feeling of unfulfilled potential. Like the story wasn't quite finished. Duke, Cass, Katana, and Black Lightning all have further to go, and while this stage of their journey may be over, there's this nagging sensation that we won't get to see where they go next just yet. I know from reading interviews with Hill that he had plans for a second season of the book, and I hope they get picked up somewhere, even if not by Hill himself. The artwork remains predominantly Dexter Soy, while Marcio Takara pops in to finish the series off when Soy takes off to launch a different book instead. Soy's been going from strength to strength at DC, and while Takara can't quite match his sleek visuals, he's not a bad fill-in to end on. Batman & The Outsiders' final volume does what it sets out to do - it brings everything to a conclusion, and it does it well. But once the dust has settled and the story is over, the lingering doubt that there's more to tell and we may not see it, could leave a bit of a sour taste in your mouth.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Having read through this whole series, I can say that I enjoyed it plenty. It wasn't perfect by any means (some areas with Bruce I felt could have been better), but I enjoyed it. This concluding volume was solid. The fight with Ra's al Ghul got wrapped up well enough and we got some teamwork with Cass, Duke and Lady Shiva. And as always, I enjoyed Dexter Soy's artwork (who worked through this series, but also in Rebirth's Red Hood and the Outlaws, which was a favorite of mine). I definitely thoug Having read through this whole series, I can say that I enjoyed it plenty. It wasn't perfect by any means (some areas with Bruce I felt could have been better), but I enjoyed it. This concluding volume was solid. The fight with Ra's al Ghul got wrapped up well enough and we got some teamwork with Cass, Duke and Lady Shiva. And as always, I enjoyed Dexter Soy's artwork (who worked through this series, but also in Rebirth's Red Hood and the Outlaws, which was a favorite of mine). I definitely thought it was worth the read and enjoyed that Ra's was used for the series since I feel he hasn't been utilized much these days.

  6. 5 out of 5

    David

    A forgettable Outsiders series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    FJ

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tyrone Jamal Tyson

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dave

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nathaniel

  11. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Wirth

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Dinges

  13. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jason Simpson

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dia

  17. 5 out of 5

    Wilhelm Steiner

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jonathon

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rickey

  20. 4 out of 5

    Matt Kopchek

  21. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  22. 4 out of 5

    Reed Benson

  23. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Melvin

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy

  25. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Coakley

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jake Magnuson

  27. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Maluck

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pat

  29. 5 out of 5

    RG

  30. 5 out of 5

    Floriane

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