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Jason Todd - Batman's one-time sidekick, currently the anti-hero known as Red Hood - has been imprisoned in Arkham Asylum for the past several months. But after a period of good behavior, will a transfer to a lower-security prison mean reformation for Jason Todd . . . or is trouble waiting in the wings for Batman and Robin? Don't miss "The Streets Run Red" part one of three!    
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Less Dick, More Jason! 0

DC calls on Judd Winick to bring Jason Todd center stage in the newest issue of Batman and Robin #23.The GoodRule of thumb: if you want to give your audience a solid Jason Todd story, call upon the man who writes the character better than anyone, Judd Winick. First, I want to thank DC Comics for giving me another Jason Todd story. Second, I want to thank DC Comics for getting Judd Winick to write it. Winick knows the former 'Boy Wonder' turned hard-lined murderous criminal better than a...

24 out of 24 found this review helpful.

Batman's Red-Headed Middle Child 0

Judd Winick comes in as the next in what has become an ever-changing creative team for Batman and Robin, and he comes in with a new Jason Todd story picking up where Grant Morrison left the character off.Jason Todd's recent history with DC is an interesting case and has led to many people declaring that Winick is the only writer who can truly write the character. It seems like an extreme statement at face value, but it's not really about exaggerating Winick's skills as a writer. It is more of a ...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Judd Winick writing Jason Todd? SOLD! 0

I love a good Jason Todd story. And you know who tells the best Jason Todd stories? If you guessed Judd Winick, congratulations, look who won the pony! This is a bit of a slow moving issue, but that's good. It shows that Jason has a plan, and that it's a great one. He's literally still a violent, murderous vigilante even when he's in the joint. The entire thing starts out entertaining with the dialogue between Jason and Bruce, then just gets a little bit chilling when you see the aftermath of Ja...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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