History YMMV / RedHoodAndTheOutlaws

17th Apr '17 9:37:40 PM flyingfishcake
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* [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars It's Not Supposed to Win Eisners]]: A common sentiment among readers is that they're [[JustHereForGodzilla only reading for flashy action scenes]], and that some of the harshest criticism (with regards to the writing and characterization) towards the book is uncalled for.

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* [[ItsNotSupposedToWinOscars It's Not Supposed to Win Eisners]]: A common sentiment among readers is that they're [[JustHereForGodzilla only reading for flashy action scenes]], and that some of the harshest criticism (with regards to the writing and characterization) towards the book is uncalled for.one which Creator/ScottLobdell shares.
17th Apr '17 9:30:59 PM flyingfishcake
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* ArcFatigue: Jason continues to be hung up on his death and resentful towards the Batfamily, bringing it up in every issue in the ''Rebirth'' series, even during Artemis's DayInTheLimelight. It's even more jarring when compared to books he guest-stars in, where he's portrayed as having undergone progress.
28th Mar '17 8:44:20 PM flyingfishcake
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* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: The controversy over Starfire's portrayal in the first issue generated a lot of online discussion for a book that would most likely have been forgotten otherwise in the wave of New 52 #1s, which most likely helped the book avoid cancellation until Comicbook/{{Convergence}}, despite poor reviews. It drew quite a bit of attention from readers who opposed the feminist leanings of many comic journalists, while creating a straw man against anyone who gave the book poor reviews. In contrast, the sequel series Comicbook/RedHoodArsenal was relatively uncontroversial, and has been largely ignored save for a few review sites that review it poorly anyway.

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* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: The controversy over Starfire's portrayal in the first issue generated a lot of online discussion for a book that would most likely have been forgotten otherwise in the wave of New 52 #1s, which most likely helped the book avoid cancellation until Comicbook/{{Convergence}}, despite poor reviews. It drew quite a bit of attention from readers who opposed the feminist leanings of many comic journalists, while creating a straw man against anyone who gave the book poor reviews. In contrast, the sequel series Comicbook/RedHoodArsenal was and the Comicbook/DCRebirth series have been relatively uncontroversial, and has been largely ignored save for a few review sites that review it poorly anyway.have seen diminishing returns on sales numbers.
7th Mar '17 1:33:58 AM flyingfishcake
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* BadassDecay: Prior to the series, Jason was portrayed as a WellIntentionedExtremist who planned ahead and was willing to kill to accomplish what he thought was necessary. In both the Comicbook/TheNew52 and Comicbook/DCRebirth series, Jason merely describes himself as a "bad guy", but actually spends most of his time angsting over having to follow Batman's rules.
26th Jan '17 7:08:05 AM Hello9876
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* SoBadItsGood: Much of the dialogue falls into this category, especially in the ''Rebirth'' series, with lines like "you're like 50 shades of grating" achieving MemeticMutation thanks to its {{Narm}}.
22nd Dec '16 5:12:25 AM XSpectreGreyX
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeArt: Rocafort's run as penciller for the book, his backgrounds were breath-taking.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeArt: Rocafort's run as penciller for the book, his backgrounds were breath-taking.breath-taking (when he bothered to draw backgrounds).
20th Nov '16 11:18:54 PM XSpectreGreyX
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** There are heated discussions on Twitter regarding Jason's sexuality. Some argue that the character should be bisexual, due to numerous HoYay moments in this and previous Red Hood stories, while others insist having him be bi would be too big a departure from the character.

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** There are heated discussions on Twitter regarding Jason's sexuality. Some argue that the character should be bisexual, due to numerous HoYay moments in this and previous Red Hood stories, while others insist having him be bi would be too big a departure from the character. And then there are others who say just having some HoYay moments doesn't equate to actual being attracted to the same-sex, and just consider the HoYay moments as fanservice.
17th Oct '16 11:01:44 AM flyingfishcake
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** While the first issue of the Comicbook/DCRebirth series has been received better than past issues, there are still a few websites that reviewed it negatively, leading to accusations of bias against Lobdell from some fans.

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** While the first issue of the Comicbook/DCRebirth series has generally been received better than past issues, there are previous runs, it's still a few websites that reviewed it negatively, leading to accusations of bias against Lobdell from some fans.drawn criticism, resulting fans leaving angry comments on negative reviews..
26th Sep '16 6:56:05 PM flyingfishcake
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** There are heated discussions on Twitter regarding Jason's sexuality. Some argue that the character should be bisexual, due to numerous HoYay moments in this and previous Red Hood stories, while others insist having him be bi would be too big a departure from the character.


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* FanPreferredCouple: Jason/Roy is a major ship, partly thanks to several (and possibly unintentional) HoYay moments between the two in this series and Comicbook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws, partly due to Jason's lack of love interests, and partly due to the RelationshipWritingFumble of Roy and Kori.
16th Sep '16 10:14:06 PM Million_Dollar_Guy
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** Black Mask isn't bothered by Jason refusing to kill (despite the fact that he was shown shooting in public), and makes him the heir to his crime empire after a few minutes of conversation. Either he's carrying a major VillainBall, or he's baiting Jason hard, in which case the latter would be carrying an even bigger IdiotBall.

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** Black Mask isn't bothered by Jason refusing to kill (despite the fact that he was shown shooting the mayor in public), and makes him the heir to his crime empire after a few minutes of conversation. Either he's carrying a major VillainBall, or he's baiting Jason hard, in which case the latter would be carrying an even bigger IdiotBall.
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