No more stupid costume for Red Hood
Batman and Robin are on a mission to save Red Hood.
The GoodThe issue starts off a bit slow with supporting DC villains I could care less about, but this issue is a lot more than that. There's a lot of great character development with Jason "Red Hood" Todd. Just within the few fight scenes we see, we understand how his mind works and what kind of person he is. I really enjoyed the slight banter between Dick and Jason as well. Both characters understand how each other works in battle, and they have a mutual respect for their craft in some weird way, even if Jason does spend most of his time in his own head belittling Dick Grayson as Batman.
More importantly, the dumb Red Hood costume is gone, and Jason goes back to, more or less, the Red Hood costume from when he returned from the grave. Well, it's more of a mixture of the two costumes, but I really dig it. It beats him looking like a lipstick container.