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The Red Hood is out! But the bigger mystery is who broke him out of prison – and why? His liberators seem to have plans for him. Plans that Jason wants no part of. It's a street brawl, and unlikely allies come together! Batman, Robin and The Red Hood must fight alongside one another in a knockdown, drag-out battle, taking on the people who sprung Jason Todd.
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No more stupid costume for Red Hood 0

Batman and Robin are on a mission to save Red Hood.  The GoodThe issue starts off a bit slow with supporting DC villains I could care less about, but this issue is a lot more than that. There's a lot of great character development with Jason "Red Hood" Todd. Just within the few fight scenes we see, we understand how his mind works and what kind of person he is. I really enjoyed the slight banter between Dick and Jason as well. Both characters understand how each other works in battle, and they h...

11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Dick, Damian and Jason Go! 0

Judd Winick is back with a quick artist change for Batman and Robin Cover Meh, never going to be above the fire place but it is passable Plot  SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content. So, Jason has been busted out of prison while in transit for an unknown person by a group of anthropomorphic animals calling themselves Menagerie. Jason being his usual self decides he would rather leave without them and begins a fight. With Jason getting losing, Batman and Robin come to take him from ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Review: Batman and Robin #24 0

Jason Todd has been takin out of police coustody by a group for hire. Does he welcome their assistance or is he going to kick their ass?  THE GOOD: The art was okay. The story is amazing! I love seeing Jason Todd back and I'm glad that he will be in a series coming in September. I like this issue because you get to see what Jason is thinking and I love his view of the world. Seeing Jason kick butt is a really cool and exciting thing for a Jason Todd fan. I loved seeing Jason Todd talk about how ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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