Jason Todd appears in 1102 issues.
Gangster killed by Red Hood during a meeting at the Penitente Cartel
Akila is an Amazon of the Egyptian tribe of Bana-Mighdall. Former Shim'Tar and best friends with Artemis.
Although working closely together during his tenure as Robin, Jason has grown to be an enemy of the Bat Family at large.
A subaquatic fighter from Earth-8 with attittude and bad temper. Any similarity with another Marvelous sub-mariner character is (not exactly) coincidence.
A petty criminal who got a batarang lodged in his brain after attempting to throw one at Batman. The injury causes him to have an almost tourettes like speaking pattern.
The former Robin Jason Todd was resurrected as a result of Superboy-Prime's reality affecting punches. Jason was angered at Batman because Bruce had not killed Joker for his crimes. At first, Jason's exposure to the Lazarus Pit was blamed for his violent actions but Batman blames it on some unsaid violent incident that happened to Jason as a child.
Black Mask is the archenemy of Jason Todd, and is one of the first criminal masterminds and organizations he posed a threat to.
A slightly delusional fan of the Quest-Vision television series.
One of the villains under Terminus' direction, who has Batman's bootprint scarred into his face, after fighting the Dark Knight with a flame thrower.
The wacky ruler of Wacky World and preserver of the legacy of Uncle Mitch.
Jade and Jason were both proteges of Bronze Tiger under the League of Shadows. Jason later left the League because of his moral ethics. They now fight against each other.
Jason battled Crazy Quilt several times alongside Batman. But because of Crazy Quilt's hatred of Dick Grayson (and being unaware the mantle had changed hands), he almost beat Jason to death before having his plans foiled by him.
One of the earliest foes of Red Hood and the Outlaws, Crux had some sort of grievance against Starfire.
The second Robin, Jason Todd, would cause problems for the new dynamic duo when he came back to Gotham, intent on replacing Dick Grayson and Damian.
December Graystone, once known as Blood Mage, is a magic and telekinetic member of the League of Assassins.
Ever since Jason Todd was brought in to replace Dick Grayson as Batman's sidekick Robin, resentment and rivalry existed between them. Jason suffered under oppressive comparisons to Dick when in truth the two have very little in common besides the Robin identity, and Dick had difficulty accepting the fact that his Robin identity was something that Batman could just give to another kid.
The two brothers did not become real enemies until Jason's return to Gotham City, and apparently to life, as the Red Hood. Animosity between them reached a new level with Jason now turning against Batman's ways by being a lethal vigilante.
The abusive son of a diplomat who manages to escape punishment for his crimes due to diplomatic immunity. Jason Todd takes the law into his own hands and let's him fall to his death.
Mob accountant killed by Red Hood during the siege on the Penitente Cartel
A film obsessed villain. Batman 395 and Detective Comics 562 debuted in the same month.
Flamboyant face-eating serial killer who's gunning for Gotham City's guardians. Known for nearly killing Red Hood (Jason Todd) in Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin.
The Forerunners are a race created by the Monitors to run their errands. The Forerunners are chosen at random whenever the Monitors have a job to be done.
High ranking member of the Penitente Cartel targeted by Red Hood and Scarlet
Young but intelligent and ruthless, Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong has clashed with both Batman and Robin on several occasions as the General. Obsessed with all things military, the General is not a foe to be underestimated, if his past exploits as a gang leader and an anarchist are any indication.
Notorious gangster in Gotham City killed by Red Hood during the siege on the Penitente Cartel
Oliver Queen was a spoiled, thrill-seeking playboy, until he was left stranded on a deserted island for several years. There, he trained to become a master archer in order to survive. After his return home, he used his new-found skills and his wealth to became the costumed vigilante known as Green Arrow.
H.I.V.E. Member and inventor of the Transsubstantian Device before being stopped by Red Hood and Arsenal.
Jason Todd is the second person to be Robin. He was brutally killed by the Joker. He was brought back due to the events of Infinite Crisis and acted as Red Hood, before becoming Red Robin. As Robin, Jason has helped Batman battle Hugo Strange.
James Gordon is one of Batman's first supporters, helping him fight against crime and corruption in Gotham City. He eventually rose to the rank of Commissioner in the Gotham City Police Department, and continues to be one of Batman's greatest allies.
The head of Arkham Asylum and recently he has been operating secretly as Black Mask, until he was captured and thrown into his own Asylum.
The Joker killed Jason Todd's mother and severely beat him to death, and later left Todd to die in an explosion.
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