History ComicBook / RedHoodAndTheOutLaws

20th Nov '16 1:26:34 AM Hello9876
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* CanonDiscontinuity: As far as Roy and Starfire are concerned, most of their backstory and time spent with Jason has been tossed out with [[Comicbook/DCRebirth]], to much [[CharacterRerailment fan acclaim]].

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* CanonDiscontinuity: As far as Roy and Starfire are concerned, most of their backstory and time spent with Jason has been tossed out with [[Comicbook/DCRebirth]], Comicbook/DCRebirth, to much [[CharacterRerailment fan acclaim]].
20th Nov '16 1:26:12 AM Hello9876
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* CanonDiscontinuity: As far as Roy and Starfire are concerned, most of their backstory and time spent with Jason has been tossed out with [[Comicbook/DCRebirth]], to much [[CharacterRerailment fan acclaim]].




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* ViewersAreMorons: While it's not uncommon for comic books to recap past events (to help a reader catch up), Comicbook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws makes a habit of frequently recapping what's literally being shown on the page, and then repeating it several times in case the reader didn't figure it out the first time



* ViewersAreMorons: While it's not uncommon for comic books to recap past events (to help a reader catch up), Comicbook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws makes a habit of frequently recapping what's literally being shown on the page, and then repeating it several times in case the reader didn't figure it out the first time


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* WellDoneSonGuy: The common link between all three members of the "Dark Trinity" can be summed up as them living in the shadow of their mentors.
19th Sep '16 7:31:28 AM jonsei93
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** Jason, alongside Artemis and Bizarro, form a Dark Trinity directly contrasting Batman, Wonder Woman, and Bizarro respectively. The trio are considered successors who can never actually succeed the originals and so must grow into something of their own.

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** Jason, alongside Artemis and Bizarro, form a Dark Trinity directly contrasting Batman, Wonder Woman, and Bizarro Superman respectively. The trio are considered successors who can never actually succeed the originals and so must grow into something of their own.
13th Sep '16 2:51:14 AM Hello9876
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* AsYouKnow: In lieu of recap pages, characters often recap the events of previous issues for benefit of the reader at the beginning of a new one.

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* AsYouKnow: In lieu of recap pages, A very common trope in the series is for characters often recap the events of previous issues for benefit of to provide exposition to the reader at by telling each other information that they should already know, or is apparent on the beginning page. For example, the first issue of a new one.the relaunch starts off with Ma Gunn telling Batman that she had shot him for sending Jason to her school, and that he was probably wearing armor that saved him. She says this immediately after having shot him on the page.
12th Sep '16 9:31:43 PM Tzitzimine
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* AsYouKnow: A very common trope in the series is for characters to provide exposition to the reader by telling each other information that they should already know, or is apparent on the page. For example, the first issue of the relaunch starts off with Ma Gunn telling Batman that she had shot him for sending Jason to her school, and that he was probably wearing armor that saved him. She says this immediately after having shot him on the page.

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* AsYouKnow: A very common trope in the series is for In lieu of recap pages, characters to provide exposition to often recap the events of previous issues for benefit of the reader by telling each other information that they should already know, or is apparent on at the page. For example, the first issue beginning of the relaunch starts off with Ma Gunn telling Batman that she had shot him for sending Jason to her school, and that he was probably wearing armor that saved him. She says this immediately after having shot him on the page.a new one.
12th Sep '16 7:12:35 PM Million_Dollar_Guy
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* AsYouKnow: A very common trope in the series is for characters to provide exposition to the reader by telling each other information that they should already know, or is apparent on the page. For example, the first issue of the relaunch starts off with Ma Gunn telling Batman that she had shot him for sending Jason to her school, and that he was probably wearing armor that saved him. She says this immediately after having shot him on the page.
10th Aug '16 12:03:30 PM TheStrayXIII
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* ShoutOut: The way Jason's attack on Roman's limo is drawn very similarly to the S.U.V. action set-piece from ''Film/{{Deadpool}}''.
10th Aug '16 11:32:39 AM TheStrayXIII
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* BatmanColdOpen:
** The beginning of Issue #6 is the end of some sort of escapade Red Hood has gotten into on a Nuclear Submarine.
** In many ways the beginning of Issue #1 can be considered this as well, as we witness Arsenal getting busted out of jail by Red Hood and Starfire.
** And done again in Issue #8


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* BatmanColdOpen:
** The beginning of Issue #6 is the end of some sort of escapade Red Hood has gotten into on a Nuclear Submarine.
** In many ways the beginning of Issue #1 can be considered this as well, as we witness Arsenal getting busted out of jail by Red Hood and Starfire.
** And done again in Issue #8
9th Aug '16 10:33:41 PM Tzitzimine
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In June 2015, the book was retooled into ''ComicBook/RedHoodArsenal'', while Starfire was spun off into her own solo ongoing. In 2016, the title will return as part of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' initiative, with Red Hood recruiting Artemis and Bizarro and forming a dark counterpart for DC's Trinity.



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In June 2015, the book was retooled into ''ComicBook/RedHoodArsenal'', while Starfire was spun off into her own solo ongoing. In 2016, the title will return returned as part of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' initiative, with Red Hood recruiting Artemis and Bizarro and Bizarro, forming a dark counterpart for DC's Trinity.





** The series itself sees a darker Jason than previously depicted in Vol. 1 and in ComicBook/RedHoodArsenal, as the ending of the latter saw Jason revert back to his anger-fueled murdering of villains. While he makes strides to avoid killing, the desire is still there and the reason Jason already hasn't is out of respect for Batman.

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** The series itself sees a darker Jason than previously depicted in Vol. 1 and in ComicBook/RedHoodArsenal, as the ending of the latter saw left Jason revert back to his anger-fueled murdering of villains.disillusioned and bitter towards people in general. While he makes strides to avoid killing, the desire is still there and the reason Jason already hasn't is out of respect for Batman.



* RevisitingTheRoots: As part of the ''Rebirth'' initiative, Jason's pre-Crisis origins are brought back alongside his history as a villain is being used again in the series' first arc.

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* RevisitingTheRoots: As part of the ''Rebirth'' initiative, Jason's pre-Crisis origins are Post-Crisis origin is brought back alongside elements from his history as a villain is being used again story that hadn't seen referenced in the series' first arc.''decades'' like Ma Gunn.
9th Aug '16 1:39:42 PM TheStrayXIII
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\n* ShadowArchetype:
** Red Hood, to Batman. After being revived, Red Hood trains with the All-Caste, a secret, somewhat mystical sect of warriors who mirror Batman's League of Assassins. Red Hood is also CrazyPrepared like Bats, with safehouses around the globe, each one full of weapons and supplies.
** Starfire, to Superman. She's basically the flip side of Clark's coin, both being nearly all powerful aliens that are powered by the yellow sun. Both came from being traumatically removed from home into unfamiliar surroundings, with two every different upbrinings. Starfire's perceptions of humanity, along her tendency to attempt to kill whatever she doesn't like directly contrast Clark's. Star wishes to remain very private, only presenting herself willing to the public eye when it's unavoidable. She doesn't wish to come off as friendly or there for others' protection, she just wants to do what she wishes. if Clark and her were to ever meet it'd a lot of friction between the two. [[spoiler: In issue 14, they do meet... and it nearly breaks out into all out brawl involving the "team" and Sups, mostly due to her and Jason's character traits. It takes Jason's date, Isabel, from keeping things from getting out of hand while getting them all to sit down and talk.]]
** Jason, alongside Artemis and Bizarro, form a Dark Trinity directly contrasting Batman, Wonder Woman, and Bizarro respectively. The trio are considered successors who can never actually succeed the originals and so must grow into something of their own.



* ShadowArchetype: Red Hood, to Batman. After being revived, Red Hood trains with the All-Caste, a secret, somewhat mystical sect of warriors who mirror Batman's League of Assassins. Red Hood is also CrazyPrepared like Bats, with safehouses around the globe, each one full of weapons and supplies.
** You can also apply that with Starfire, to Superman. She's basically the flip side of Clark's coin, both being nearly all powerful aliens that are powered by the yellow sun. Both came from being traumatically removed from home into unfamiliar surroundings, with two every different upbrinings. Starfire's perceptions of humanity, along her tendency to attempt to kill whatever she doesn't like directly contrast Clark's. Star wishes to remain very private, only presenting herself willing to the public eye when it's unavoidable. She doesn't wish to come off as friendly or there for others' protection, she just wants to do what she wishes. if Clark and her were to ever meet it'd a lot of friction between the two. [[spoiler: In issue 14, they do meet... and it nearly breaks out into all out brawl involving the "team" and Sups, mostly due to her and Jason's character traits. It takes Jason's date, Isabel, from keeping things from getting out of hand while getting them all to sit down and talk.]]
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