Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1B

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When a shocking encounter with Batman solidifies the Red Hood’s status as a villain, Jason Todd goes deep undercover to take down Gotham City’s criminal underworld from the inside. Along the way, Jason meets two unlikely allies: a disgraced Amazon warrior named Artemis and a half-baked Superman clone called Bizarro—and the DCU’s “Dark Trinity” is born!
by DC Comics

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Published September, 2016 (Modern Age) by DC Comics and went on sale July 27, 2016 for $2.99 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $5.00 USD.

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UPC: 76194134029600121
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Icarus27k
5

by on 8/14/2017 12:55:00 AM (Variant A)

An awesome, fresh start for Red Hood. The canonical story of Jason Todd often gets lost among those of other DC characters, even among his fellow Robins. So reading about his first meeting with Batman is unique. Lobdell adds elements of levity and heart to the parts of Jason's life everyone already knows, so it's not completely a tragic melodrama. It's obvious Lobdell loves the character of Jason Todd. The art also perfectly fits. I wish Dexter Soy could draw Red Hood from now on.

dix
2.5

by on 8/4/2016 9:22:00 PM (Variant A)

I know this was written to set up the new series, but it was a bit boring, a surprise from Scott Lobdell. The art is average, and the Red Hood's dark red text was difficult to read. Disappointing. Maybe if the meetings referred to in the synopses had taken place it would have been better, but I saw no Amazons or Supermen in this issue!


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Skiduluth
3.5

by on 8/28/2016 11:23:00 AM (Variant B)
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Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1B