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The most unlikely team-up ever comes to an end. It’s the crashing finish to the brief alliance of Batman, Robin and Jason Todd, a.k.a. The Red Hood, against a common foe. After all, the three “sons of Wayne” can put their differences aside for just so long. And when one fight ends, another will begin…

Written by JUDD WINICK; Art by GREG TOCCHINI; Cover by GUILLEM MARCH; Variant cover by J.G. JONES

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  1. I just dont think I’m picking this book up. The last issue was just terrible and didn’t look like the story had any reasonable direction. Loved the first issue of Judd’s arc but not the second.

  2. Last issue was a piece of shit and it looked like a piece of shit.

    I love this cover though. The amount of force Damien had to make to shatter Jason’s mask makes me laugh everytime I see it.

  3. I wasn’t digging the last issue either.  Art was just severely lacking.  I may pass on this, which would suck because I’m a big Winick fan.

  4. Last issue was pretty good, though I wasn’t a fan of the rather rushed looking art.

    Also, didn’t Scarlet loose her ugly Dollytron face at the end of the Morrison Red Hood story? 

  5. @comicBOOKchris  Good point.  I’ll pick it up just to complete the arc.  It’s been fun the whole time for me, though.  

  6. @comicbookchris/misterckent: Yeah I noticed that too after I did my review for it. Morrison clearly ended her arc on Gotham Bridge by having her mask slip off. But whether she has a deformed face or not was left ambiguous.

    So like Bendis, Winick doesn’t care about continuity they can easily look up. 

  7. It’s been a while, but I remember thinking last issue was pretty good. The art was meh.

  8. I’m going to pick it up anyway. I figure i might as well finish it out before the dc relaunch

  9. Scott Snyder and Jock on Detective are where its at, I like Morrison and Burnham on Batman Inc too, Batman and Robin is losing its edge as of the last couple issues. 

  10. I gave this issue a two which is probably being too generous. Seriously, Winick is showing how inept he is at writing superhero comics. He’s giving us the same material he’s giving on Jason Todd for everything else he’s written. I enjoyed the ‘Tales of the Red Hood’ story long ago but this is more of the same. Plus the art is just awful and I fear for the next couple of issues of FF by Tocchoni.


  11. I think the Scarlet thing is more the artist’s fault than Winick’s. A non-uglyfaced Scarlet works just fine for the scenario in this book (an emotional anchor for Jason Todd), so it’s not like her inclusion in this is a writing mess-up.

    The artist probably just wasn’t aware of what happened at the end of the previous Red Hood story.

  12. @TheNextChampion  – I defended Tocchoni on here, but I have to say, the art in this book was putrid. I liked his stuff on “Last days of American Crime”. Not sure what happened here. Probably a combonation of him having to rush, inking, and coloring was different. Marvel usually has better production value for coloring, so FF will look better … but yikes!

  13. I know I’m in the minority but I like Jason Todd. Glad to see didn’t get thrown back into jail at the end of this one.

  14. Sorry to say it, but that was a bit of a yawner …

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