Now, if Dr. Light's left-hander made Starfire crash, his right-hander has a completely different effect on Halo. Suggestive effect...Of course - and not that I can be bothered to check out Dr. Light's actual powers - I have a theory about this moment. It's not that Dr. Light has hypnotic power (or else imagine what he would do with it), but that Halo is so immensely stupid that his suggestion just placed itself inside her empty head and became her own idea. In fact, no one is more surprised than Dr. Light himself!
Oooh, should have watched out for that curveball!
Raven has been smitten with Halo since she saw the girl's room and wondered what it would be like if Trigon has put the Barbie Camper she so wanted under the Christmas tree, so it's no wonder she's the first to want to save her.
Why don't I have a single other memory of her astral projection acting like that? It's never been more gooey.
The new mystery about Halo is that she can turn on you like THAT! Still want her in the team? Ok, suit yourself. The other mysteries, if you're keeping score, are that she is dumb as a post and that she has unreliable powers. Batman sure knows how to pick 'em. 12-year-olds and THIS.
Good thing the Outsiders also have Black Lightning, takin' care of bidness.
And apparently, Dr. Light smells too. BL really is the go-to guy.
How many teams do you need to take down a B-list villain? Two. This IS page 13.