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History Edit

The Outsiders were originally founded to track down Jason Todd and bring him back into the fold. Later, they remained a team to do that which the Justice League couldn't or refused to do.

Dick Grayson and Victor Stone are the founding leaders. Technically, Dick leads the East Coast and Victor leads the West Coast, but Dick has too busy of a schedule to oversee the main East Coast team 24/7 so Victor and Dick made Roy Harper the field commander and he actually lives in the base 24/7 and goes on nearly all the missions. Roy is pretty much the one in charge of the team, except Dick and Victor reserve the right to relieve him of command. For determining if a new member can be added to the team, Dick, Victor, and Roy each get an equal say: one vote each.[1]

After quiting the Justice League, Batman joined the Outsiders and became the Commander.

2027 Edit

The Outsiders are led by Lian Harper. The Justice League calls them "Outlaws" or "Vigilantes" but in some cities, they are more admired than the Justice League. They are a much larger organization now, with chapter houses in most major American cities. The chapter houses are generally more like bunkers or lairs and the group tends to operate more like a heroic terrorist cell than the traditional hero team with the chapters running themselves and having their identities only known to themselves and a handler that then in turn reports to Outsider Command in Blüdhaven.[2]

Trivia and Notes Edit

  • Red Hood, Arsenal, Starfire and Huntress recently lost their membership as after they went rogue in the aftermath of Heretic's attacks on the team and the discovery of Level 7. Darkstar left the Outsiders to help them.

Links and References Edit

  1. Earth-27 for Nitwits: Outsiders Bunker
  2. E27 Journal: Killing Time