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So today Red Hood And The Outlaws issue 25 was released today, telling a dark story of Jason’s past before becoming robin. From the cover it seems like Hush is some how involved with this by seeing a man with bandages and a trench coat; however upon reading we see something else. The story begins with Talia searching for for The Red Hood Gang with Jason adding a narrative about his current life. Then we see Jason is actually talking to his mother who is in a coma like state caused by whatever drug she was on. You start to see the pain Jason is feeling by living the life he has too and how he doesn’t want to becomes like his father. Then a friend gives him an opportunity to join The Red Hood Gang, to help him make money and give him the chance not to be himself. While trying to decide if he should actually join, he runs into Talia, who is still searching for the gang. Jason agrees to show Talia where the meeting is going to be held. Before entering the meeting Talia knocks him out in the attempt to save Jason’s life but ultimately dooming himself to a faithful encounter. When first regaining consciousness he is approached by a man covered in bandages with bright green eyes and an iconic smile. The man is wearing a tuxedo carrying a crowbar and is on the verge of attacking Jason with some cynical quips. Jason quickly knocks him back and runs into the meeting and quickly saves Talia from getting murdered by one of The Untitled.While The Untitled is distracted by Jason, Talia strikes the immortal cutting off his head. Talia very curious with Jason saves him and his friend Chris from being attack by the mob of Red Hoods. With only seconds to spare because the bandaged man sets fire to the whole building then letting out a cynical laugh. Jason’s last line was that he never wanted to be a Red Hood. In my opinion Jason’s character always had this painful background to him and this just adds to it. This adds to the fact that Jason never picked the life that he has, that he was pushed into it. Anyone who is a fan of Jason Todd should definitely read it .

So today Red Hood And The Outlaws issue 25 was released today, telling a dark story of Jason’s past before becoming robin. From the cover it seems like Hush is some how involved with this by seeing a man with bandages and a trench coat; however upon reading we see something else. The story begins with Talia searching for for The Red Hood Gang with Jason adding a narrative about his current life. Then we see Jason is actually talking to his mother who is in a coma like state caused by whatever drug she was on. You start to see the pain Jason is feeling by living the life he has too and how he doesn’t want to becomes like his father. Then a friend gives him an opportunity to join The Red Hood Gang, to help him make money and give him the chance not to be himself. While trying to decide if he should actually join, he runs into Talia, who is still searching for the gang. Jason agrees to show Talia where the meeting is going to be held. Before entering the meeting Talia knocks him out in the attempt to save Jason’s life but ultimately dooming himself to a faithful encounter. When first regaining consciousness he is approached by a man covered in bandages with bright green eyes and an iconic smile. The man is wearing a tuxedo carrying a crowbar and is on the verge of attacking Jason with some cynical quips. Jason quickly knocks him back and runs into the meeting and quickly saves Talia from getting murdered by one of The Untitled.While The Untitled is distracted by Jason, Talia strikes the immortal cutting off his head. Talia very curious with Jason saves him and his friend Chris from being attack by the mob of Red Hoods. With only seconds to spare because the bandaged man sets fire to the whole building then letting out a cynical laugh. Jason’s last line was that he never wanted to be a Red Hood. In my opinion Jason’s character always had this painful background to him and this just adds to it. This adds to the fact that Jason never picked the life that he has, that he was pushed into it. Anyone who is a fan of Jason Todd should definitely read it .