"Nuclear Fear, Part 1: Beginning with a Bang!": The Outsiders, newly located to Los Angeles without The Batman and embracing newcomer Looker, have to guard the grand opening of a nuclear power plant that has been targeted by terrorists. Little do they realize how unusual these "terrorists" are w
- I spared you so you could talk -- it would be unwise to disappoint me!
- -- Katana
Appearing in "Nuclear Fear, Part 1: Beginning with a Bang!"
- Andrea Wye (First appearance)
- Batman (On a TV or computer screen)
- King Gregor (portrait)
- King Viktor (portrait)
- Maseo Yamashiro (In a photograph only)
- Miss Robales (Prince Brion's secretary)
- Reiko Yamashiro (In a photograph only)
- Roger Dumont (First appearance)
- Simpson (Single appearance)
- Yuki Yamashiro (In a photograph only)
- Pacific Ocean
Synopsis for "Nuclear Fear, Part 1: Beginning with a Bang!"
The Outsiders, newly located to Los Angeles without The Batman and embracing newcomer Looker, have to guard the grand opening of a nuclear power plant that has been targeted by terrorists. Little do they realize how unusual these "terrorists" are when they encounter The Nuclear Family ... Mom, Dad, Biff, Brat, Sis, and Dog! After fighting them, the Outsiders decide to use Looker as a decoy to find out who is behind the Family, but she is soon captured by their creator, radiation-sickness stricken Doctor Eric Shanner. He plans on destroying all life on Earth with radiation sickness as well!
Appearing in "Halo in Statue of Limitations"
- Rama Lama of Ding Dong (racist charicature)
Synopsis for "Halo in Statue of Limitations"
The Rama Lama of Ding Dong requests several stone statues of Halo. His acolytes fill his house with these statues, but it turns out he actually wanted a phone. The confusion came from how "Halo" sounds like the word "Hello" which you say when using a phone. The whole thing is kinda racist and doesn't really make sense.
- This issue is a significant leap forward in Outsiders continuity. It came out the same month as Batman and the Outsiders #27, although the story takes place about a year later in publication. Batman does not appear in this issue, and his disappearance is explained when he leaves the team six months later in Batman and the Outsiders #32. This story is directly continued from the ending to Adventures of the Outsiders #38.
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Links and References
- Outsiders (comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Outsiders at Cosmic Teams
- Outsiders at DCU Guide
- Outsiders at the Outer Observatory
- Outsiders at TV Tropes