Red Hood: The Lost Days #6

    Red Hood: The Lost Days » Red Hood: The Lost Days #6 - Benediction and Commencement released by DC Comics on January 1, 2011.

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    In this series finale, Jason Todd takes his final steps to becoming the Red Hood, and his last lessons are about to be learned. Confronting Talia al Ghul and meeting a new player who's calling himself Hush are the tip of the iceberg as Jason readies himself to confront the one who "made this all possible" – The Joker. Witness the end of the beginning right here!



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    Does It Have To Be Over Already? 0

    The final pieces fall into place as Jason Todd completes his transformation into the Red Hood. Judd Winick ends the series strong just like he began it.  It is a tricky prospect to have Jason face off against the Joker in this final issue since we already know he won't kill Joker and Joker won't know who he really is yet. But Winick handles this in much the same way as he handled Jason's attempt on Batman's life. It isn't about the confrontation so much as it is about another step of Jason's jou...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    The End of this chapter. 0

    The final issue of the Red Hood mini-series.  The Story:We start in the past with Batman (Bruce) telling Jason that the Joker is the most dangerous criminal of them all since he has no methodology.In the present we have an exemple of how unpredictable he is,since he just killed two of his men since the trafficers brought two more men and were very scared so this was to calm them down.So what the Joker wants from these arm dealers is a formula that is highly flammable and Joker will use this to w...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Has Winick Been Watching Aqua Teen Hunger Force? 0

     The Good: This series has been blessed with fantastic covers it's whole run. The last one tops them all. It's fantastic. Batman especially looks breathtakingly badass.As usual, Jeremy Haun's art compliments the dark tones of this series brilliantly.Winick seems to have a perfect grasp of The Joker. The way he's introduced into this series is completely classic Joker, and just overall really well handled.Like the first 3 issues, this one takes things in a different direction. #4 and #5 lacked th...

    4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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