Jason Todd appears in 1102 issues.
An ancient group of monks who've been in existence for millennia, and trained Jason Todd after his resurrection.
The inmates of Arkham are deemed too insane and dangerous for regular prisons. Although usually at each other's throats, the inmates will occasionally band together to take on their greatest foe - Batman.
Jason Todd was the second Robin, replacing Dick Grayson and partnering with Bruce Wayne. This ended with his death, which proved to be only a temporary condition for him. Years later, he took on the Batman identity and offered to allow Tim Drake to be his Robin. Tim refused to be part of a Dynamic Duo with him.
The crimefighters of Gotham who have allied themselves with Batman, and operate with his sanction, oversight and resources.
Setting aside their differences, Batman allows Jason to be a member of Batman Incorporated under one condition: No one must know that he is a part of the team. Under such a condition, Jason dons the guise of Wingman.
Jason Todd joined up with Donna Troy after discovering he had been targeted for death by the Monitors. This developed into a group of heroes traveling the multiverse in search of Ray Palmer. Jason donned the Red Robin costume towards the end of his adventures as a Challenger. He left the group as soon as they got back to their own Earth, feeling it was all a waste of time.
Though the concept was originally invented by the Joker, the False Face Society is best known today as the name of Black Mask's criminal organization. Both stressed the same theme: masks on the faces of all members.
The Flying Todds were a group of trapeze artists in the Sloan Circus, they were a family act just like the Flying Graysons.
The League of Assassins is an ancient army of killers led by Ra's al Ghul that often comes into conflict with Batman. Many of the greatest martial artists and mercenaries in the DCU have been members of the League of Assassins at some point.
Vigilantes led by Jason Todd, The Red Hood. The group consists of heroes and anti-heroes on the outskirts of the super-community seeking redemption and brotherhood.
The Sinestro Corps is a mirror organization to the Green Lantern Corps. Its members are chosen from those who can instill great fear and are given Qwardian Yellow Power rings. They are considered to be the evil equivalent of the Green Lantern Corps.
A constantly changing group composed primarily of incarcerated super-villains who perform black ops missions with a low chance of survival in exchange for the possibility of a shortened sentence. This "squad" was organized and put together by Amanda Waller.
Jason Todd was only briefly part of the Teen Titans, during a time when Dick Grayson was estranged from the team while dealing with Starfire having married another man. Jason participated in only two missions with the team, involving Brother Blood and the country of Zandia.
Another younger generation of super heroes following in the footsteps of the Justice League & Teen Titans.
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