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"A Change of Plans": The Outsiders continue to reel from their encounter with the Fatal Five. Thunder is recovering in hospital, and although her father, Black Lightning, puts on a brave face, he is very angry that the Outsiders allowed her to be harmed. Meanwhile, Nightwing and Arsenal confront
- Effective immediately, Nightwing, you're no longer the team leader of the Outsiders. I am. And my first decision as leader will be expanding our ranks. I believe you two know Starfire.
- -- Jade
Appearing in "A Change of Plans"
- High-Tech Thugs (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "A Change of Plans"
The Outsiders continue to reel from their encounter with the Fatal Five. Thunder is recovering in hospital, and although her father, Black Lightning, puts on a brave face, he is very angry that the Outsiders allowed her to be harmed. Meanwhile, Nightwing and Arsenal confront one another over their attitudes to the team, and Jade does a lot of thinking about the group. When she arrives at their headquarters, Arsenal and Nightwing have come to blows and she makes an announcement. She is taking over as the team's leader and she's adding Starfire to their ranks.
- This book was first published on September 22, 2004.
- No special notes.
- Indigo refers to crooks as "skells" and Grace Choi asks if she's been watching too much NYPD Blue. Shift briefly morphs into the character Andy Sipowicz from that show.
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