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Batman Red Hood The Lost Days TP (Batman (DC Comics)) [Paperback]

Jeremy Haun , Pablo Raimondi , Judd Winick
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22 Jun 2011 Batman (DC Comics)
Written by JUDD WINICK - Art by JEREMY HAUN and PABLO RAIMONDI - Cover by BILLY TUCCI Jason Todd, the former Boy Wonder, returns to life and fights to rediscover his humanity in this exciting adventure from the 6-issue miniseries. Learn what secret events led him down the path of death and destruction as he tours the DC Universe in an effort to find his way in a world that left him behind. On sale JUNE 22 - 144 pg, FC, $14.99 US

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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics; First Printing edition (22 Jun 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401231640
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401231644
  • Product Dimensions: 25.7 x 16.8 x 0.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 331,814 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Judd Winick has written for such titles as Detective Comics, Exiles, Green Arrow and Outsiders. Argentine artist Pablo Raimondi, best known for his work on 'Books of Doom' and 'Madrox'. He has also worked on DC's 'Superman: Man of Steel', and co-created 'Oxido'. Jeremy Haun has drawn G.I. Joe: Special Missions Manhattan, Desperadoes: Banners of Gold, Civil War: Iron Man/Captain America as well as New Excalibur. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting secret origin 8 Jan 2012
By No More Mr. Mice Guy TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
This volume reprints the DC Comics Mini-Series issues #1-6. I picked it up in my local library, not knowing anything about the character, who apparently has established a place for himself in the DC Universe. For those like me who are not familiar with him, the Red Hood is apparently the resurrected Jason Todd, the formerly dead Robin II. This story fills in his being discovered by Ras al Ghul, and his training by his daughter Talia, who hopes to use him to do something to Batman, but it is not clear if it revenge or a present. Anyway, we go through a `Winter Soldier' routine as Jason finds his humanity again while killing bad guys, and falling for Talia. It is also revealed that he wasn't Hush. I'll have to go back and reread `Hush' to find out who he was, as I'm sure I thought he was Jason Todd. Anyway, it is an interesting and entertaining Batman-universe-related story, regardless of anything else, and can also be read as a stand-alone story. I enjoyed it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pleased to spend my money on this 20 Nov 2011
By K701
Format:Paperback
This follows Jason Todd's training in becoming the Red Hood. It's highly readable and portrays his pain and anger at firstly finding out that Batman let the Joker live, despite his killing of Todd, and also that he has been replaced by a new Robin. Very good read; a keeper.
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4.0 out of 5 stars When a Robin goes Bad 10 July 2012
By Sam Quixote TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
Judd Winick returns with another book of his character, the Red Hood, aka Jason Todd (formerly the second Robin), this time addressing the years in between returning from the dead to when he shows up in Gotham - presumably for the events in "Under the Red Hood" (recommended by the by).

The "Lost Days" are what you'd expect. Nurtured from the grave by Talia Al'Ghul (who wouldn't you know it has an ulterior motive!), Jason goes from combat expert to combat expert learning the finer points of shooting, putting together bombs, lethal physical fighting, etc. to give him the edge over Batman.

What makes Jason a more interesting version of the good guy turned bad is that he still retains some of the goodness that Bruce gave him from his training as Robin. Throughout the book Jason's faced with the scum of the Earth, some of whom he punishes for various discretions and some he leaves alone - it's the choices he makes which are interesting to see, that despite distancing himself from Batman he still retains a moral code of sorts. Also, as he's learning and developing prior to going back to Gotham we see him make mistakes and falter in his missions making his character more human.

The only place where I felt Winick dropped the ball was at the end when Jason confronts Joker. He lets him live despite how everything about the character's personality is geared toward Joker's death, so Jason's action and reasoning felt a bit contrived. But then Joker can't die can he?

Anyway, it's still a good read with Winick proving once again how comfortably brilliant he is when it comes to writing Jason Todd/Red Hood. Jason's a complicated guy and a somewhat likeable protagonist despite his ruthlessness and here in "Lost Days" we see how he hones his world view before the climactic events of "Under the Red Hood" which is definitely the next book to pick up after this. Worth a read if you're a fan of this character.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Backstory for New52 Readers 8 July 2014
Format:Paperback
A great backstory volume that follows Jason Todd from his being found roaming the streets in a shirt and tie to his donning the Red Hood mask and his ideal to be a better protector than Batman by crossing the line Batman himself will not morally allow. This is a wonderful story and really gave me a lot of insight into a character I'm only just now discovering. His initial hate and rage is aimed at Batman when he finds out the Dark Knight releases the Joker instead of killing him to avenge Todd's murder. The shift in his character and the placement of his anger is fascinating to watch as he trains with specialists the world over, with Talia al Ghul's financing, in sniper shooting, assassination, bomb-making, etc. Red Hood is a fascinating character as he takes what he learned from Batman as a vigilante, yet takes things further as an anti-hero by becoming his own authority on whose life is worthless and killing as many evil criminals as he deems fit. The art is great, Jason never wears a costume but by the end of the book he gets his new Red Hood mask and it is pretty cool, very similar to The New 52 one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book 13 Oct 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Great leading to the events of Under The Red Hood. Fills the the time line between Death In The Family And Under The Red Hood
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