Red Hood: The Lost Days #4

    Red Hood: The Lost Days » Red Hood: The Lost Days #4 - Higher Learning released by DC Comics on November 1, 2010.

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    Jason Todd's journey has taken him all over the world in search of those who can help him train for his revenge on Batman. But something has begun to change inside him, and the blood and destruction he leaves in his wake is becoming far too risky. Now, he finds himself in London, learning at the feet of an expert bomber. But when Jason learns that the pyrotechnic genius is planning "something big" for the city, it may be something Jason's better nature won't tolerate...



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    Jason invades London 0

    (Okay, I can't think of a good title for this issue.) While Jason is training for revenge on Batman, he must stop a bomb maker who he's learning from from destroying London. Pros:  After the last issue, from Jason's monologues and the talk with Talia, for some time, not only has Jason been training, he's been brandishing his own version of justice with the teachers he had. Compared to Bruce, Jason is getting training from the worst kind of humans possible....and killing them. Winick lets readers...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Robin No More 0

    Lost Days breaks a little from its usual format this issue, moving away from its standalone issue structure and presenting a new artist. Both changes work well at this stage in the story, featuring a slightly older Jason Todd who is now well along his path to becoming the Red Hood.  A highlight of this issue is Jason's discovery that Batman has taken in a new Robin, Tim Drake. The scene is understated and quiet. Winick really could not have done it better any other way. As Jason gets himself int...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Review: Red Hood: Lost Days #4 0

    Jason Todd's "lost days" take a decisive turn here as he realizes that the bomb maker he's been learning from is also planning to stage a massive terrorist attack. The Good   It's a brilliant perversion of Batman's own "wandering years" to have Jason Todd seeking knowledge from the scum of the Earth and, in the process, developing the motivations for his own brand of vigilante justice. Winnick gives this a sense of no-nonsense realpolitik that's evocative of a spy novel and Haun's carries the pa...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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