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The most unlikely team-up ever comes to an end. It's the crashing finish to the brief alliance of Batman, Robin and Jason Todd, a.k.a. The Red Hood, against a common foe. After all, the three "sons of Wayne" can put their differences aside for just so long. And when one fight ends, another will begin...
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Come on. Really? Is That It? 0

While it is an entertaining story, Judd Winick's final Jason Todd story for the foreseeable future leaves much to be desired as it ends like the first act of an ongoing story rather than the true conclusion of a story.  As always, Winick writes an excellent Jason Todd. He nails Jason's antagonistic personality, especially when dealing with other members of the Bat-family, and always makes it believable that this guy was trained by Batman with how capable he can be. The best part is how Winick le...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Red City 0

The Good: Jason Todd, as always is the case with Winick, was extremely well written. Batman himself would be impressed by some of the levels of preparation Jason had, but there's an additional layer of rogueish charm to everything he says and does that sets him apart from anyone else in the Batman family. It was nice to see Jason back in action in his classic costume, and Tocchini drew some pretty nice poses in a few scenes. The way Winick portrayed Scarlet and all her crazy father issues, build...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Good setup but we will never have any pay off. 0

Review of Batman & Robin #25.  The Story: Jason,Dick and Damian go off to save Scarlet but Jason wants to do this alone.  The Good: Judd Winick writes a pitch perfect Jason Todd, but you knew this already. He injects plenty of humour in this issue and the best bit is in the beginning with him commenting about the Batmobile. The planning Jason has made all around Gotham just shows how prepared he is for his mission and I liked the brother-sister relationship between Jason and Scarlet.  The Ba...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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