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Encyclopedia > Batman and the Outsiders

The Outsiders is a fictional superhero team, produced by DC Comics. First appearing in the final issue of The Brave and the Bold in 1983, they were given their first comic, Batman and the Outsiders, shortly after. This title was changed after #32 to Adventures of the Outsiders lasting until #38. Since this initial run, there have been three volumes of Outsiders comics. Outsiders volume 1 lasted 28, and volume 2 24 issues. Yet another series, Outsiders volume 3, was launched in 2003, featuring new members, some of whom had previously been part of The Titans.


Batman and the Outsiders debuted in 1983 and was originally written by Mike Barr and illustrated by Jim Aparo.

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All time members

Members are listed here in order of their first joining the team. None are listed twice.


Founding members

Later members

  • Looker
  • Windfall II
  • Windfall
  • Atomic Knight

Outsiders, vol.2 (1993) members

  • Faust
  • Technocrat
  • Wylde
  • Eradicator
  • Dervish
  • Terra II
  • Doctor Light IV

Outsiders, vol.3 (2003) members


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Outsiders (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (835 words)
The team were given their first comic, Batman and the Outsiders, which debuted in August 1983, created and originally written by Mike Barr and illustrated by Jim Aparo, and then later illustrated by Alan Davis.
Outsiders volume 3, almost completely unrelated to the previous series, was launched in 2003, featuring new members, some of whom had previously been part of The Titans.
Former Outsiders Technocrat and Looker were in close proximity of Breach when he exploded in the Battle of Metropolis.
Outsiders Chronology (2955 words)
The Outsiders (Geo-Force, Halo and Dr. Light) are shown battling at the South Pole.
The Outsiders use their new hovercraft, the Pequod, to zero in on the gorillas.
The Outsiders offer their assistance to Green Arrow when Arsenal is kidnapped by Drakon, who works for the Riddler.
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