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* ShameIfSomethingHappened: [[spoiler: Jason's return from exile sees him take over Penguin's casino. Batman angrily breaks into the casino to arrest Jason for breaking their agreement but Jason smugly points out that should he be arrested not only would he need to explain ''his side'' of the story in full detail but should Batman actually convince authorties to place him in Arkham, it'd just give him easy access to the Joker.]]


* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: Artemis and Bizarro are revealed to be under the control of Vessel as revenge for Jason and Dr. Veritas rejecting him as a student.]] They break out of it quickly anyways.\

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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: Artemis and Bizarro are revealed to be under the control of Vessel as revenge for Jason and Dr. Veritas rejecting him as a student.]] They break out of it quickly anyways.\



** [[spoiler: Isabel, Jason's date a while back]] returns for a few chapters.

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** [[spoiler: Isabel, Jason's date a while back]] in the new 52]] returns for a few chapters.


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** [[spoiler: The Untitled strikes again in issue 43.]]


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** [[spoiler: General Glory makes an appearance as a government operative sent to investigate the Untitled recruits and to bring back the obelisks they stole.]]
** [[spoiler: Monsieur Mallah applies to be a teacher in Ma Gunn's home for wayward boys. And it reveals that Faye Gunn and Mallah knew each other years before.]]


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* GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler: Essence was able to escape her prison by breaking out of the safe Jason put the sword into and possessing Isabel.]]


The series went under a minor retooling in September 2018, with Jason going on his own and the title changing to ''Red Hood: Outlaw'', now dropping his compunctions since losing his friends and Roy's death as a result of ''ComicBook/HeroesInCrisis'', now combating crime in murderous rage to cope with his loss. As of late, he has reunited with Artemis and Bizzaro, making apparent the Dark Trinity has returned.

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The series went under a minor retooling in September 2018, with Jason going on his own and the title changing to ''Red Hood: Outlaw'', now dropping his compunctions since losing his friends and Roy's death as a result of ''ComicBook/HeroesInCrisis'', now combating crime back to an mad-as-hell PragmaticHero who kills criminals and villains freely as he was when he become Red Hood in murderous rage to cope with his loss.''Under the Hood''. As of late, he has reunited with Artemis and Bizzaro, making apparent the Dark Trinity has returned.


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/{{Robin}}) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick Roy Harper, originally Speedy and now [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal]], a skilled archer and damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/{{Robin}}) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick Roy Harper, originally Speedy and now [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal]], a skilled archer and damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.
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The series went under a minor retooling in September 2018, with Jason going on his own and the title changing to ''Red Hood: Outlaw''.

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The series went under a minor retooling in September 2018, with Jason going on his own and the title changing to ''Red Hood: Outlaw''.
Outlaw'', now dropping his compunctions since losing his friends and Roy's death as a result of ''ComicBook/HeroesInCrisis'', now combating crime in murderous rage to cope with his loss. As of late, he has reunited with Artemis and Bizzaro, making apparent the Dark Trinity has returned.


--> ''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' #1 - To Roy Harper

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--> -->-- ''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' #1 - To Roy Harper


In June 2015, the book was retooled into ''ComicBook/RedHoodArsenal'', while Starfire was spun off into her own solo ongoing. In 2016, the title returned as part of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' initiative, with Red Hood recruiting ComicBook/{{Artemis}} and SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}, forming a dark counterpart for DC's [[ComicBook/Trinity2005 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 returned as part of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' initiative, with Red Hood recruiting ComicBook/{{Artemis}} and SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}, forming a dark counterpart for DC's [[ComicBook/Trinity2005 [[ComicBook/Trinity2008 Trinity]].


In June 2015, the book was retooled into ''ComicBook/RedHoodArsenal'', while Starfire was spun off into her own solo ongoing. In 2016, the title returned as part of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' initiative, with Red Hood recruiting ComicBook/{{Artemis}} and SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}, forming a dark counterpart for DC's ComicBook/{{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 returned as part of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' initiative, with Red Hood recruiting ComicBook/{{Artemis}} and SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}, forming a dark counterpart for DC's ComicBook/{{Trinity}}.
[[ComicBook/Trinity2005 Trinity]].


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


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


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/{{Robin}}) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick Roy Harper, originally Speedy and now [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/{{Robin}}) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick Roy Harper, originally Speedy and now [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal]], a skilled archer and damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/Robin) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/Robin) ComicBook/{{Robin}}) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick Roy Harper, originally Speedy and now [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], Arsenal]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/RobinSeries) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/RobinSeries) ComicBook/Robin) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/Robin) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/Robin) ComicBook/RobinSeries) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd (the second ComicBook/Robin) as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.


''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DC Comics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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''Red Hood and the Outlaws'' is a comic book series released as part of Creator/DC Comics' Creator/DCComics' reboot initative ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It follows former Franchise/{{Batman}} sidekick Jason Todd as the titular ComicBook/RedHood, a dual wielding pistol marksman, accompanied by ComicBook/GreenArrow’s former sidekick [[Characters/TeenTitans Arsenal (Roy Harper)]], a damaged soldier of fortune, and the alien princess ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, a former prisoner of intergalactic war who won’t be chained again. It was conceived and is written solely by Creator/ScottLobdell, who has remained on it since it's launch in 2011 to now.

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