Comic Rack – Red Hood: Lost Days #1 (of 6)

by Cap'n Carrot on June 5, 2010 · 1 comment

in Comics!

The decision to return Jason Todd to the land of the living was questionable and best. Other than his initial run as the Red Hood in “Under the Hood” (also by Judd Winick) the character was pushed aside to waste away. And when he has been used the stories have been mediocre at best (*cough*Grant Morrison*cough*).

Winick returns to the character he resurrected in this six-part mini-series focusing on what happened to Jason Todd between his rebirth and reappearance as the Red Hood. If this first issue is any indication the series has a chance to be pretty darn good.

Issue #1 fills in Todd’s time with Talia and Ra’s al Ghul before regaining his mind in the Lazarus Pit. I’ve always been a fan of Talia and it’s nice to see a side of her here other Batman writers (*cough*Grant Morrison*cough*) seem to have forgotten. It seems the Bat-books can do no wrong lately…well, most of them, anyway (*cough*Grant Morisson*cough*), and I’ll be happily waiting to see how this story plays out. Must-read.

[DC $2.99]

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  • Zach

    Guess I’m off. I always liked Jason Todd. He was the Robin of my childhood. I agree what Dc has done with him since bringing him back has not been stellar. I did like him in 52.

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