One problem Jason todd has had since his resurection (in pre-52 and new 52) this that his ideals, loyalties and code of conduct would change. In some story arcs he would openly hate his family and hurt anyone who got in his way but in others he'd say he would never hurt them because they're his family & then in battle for the cowl he almost killed tim drake.
In batman inc. it was revealed that he is wingman and is trying to be redeem himself.
But now we're at the biggest problem I have with new 52 Jason Todd. He's back to killing and no one seems to care. I admit this problem really hasn't got a lot to do we Jason but more with everyone else. In new 52 it's said that Jason has changed and try to let go of his anger. That's fine but we never really see that in story, in a flashback or a prequal story arc. The closest we see is Jason having 1 conversation with Starfire that thats about it (I think it's in issue 6), one heart -to-heart talk with a skimpy dressed alien shouldn't fix all of Jasons problems. he was brutally murdered came back under weird circumstances and finds out his "foster" father had done nothing to avenge him and that nothing had changed. Jason should have issues & it should scar him and honestly does it really matter that Jason isn't as angry as he was when he still kills people? At first it was him trying to control crime in gotham & then just kill criminals because he thought they deserved it but now it just seems like he's doing it because he just happoends to have guns & not batarangs.
I wouldn't call this a real issue if superheroes had issues with this I mean in the red hood and the outlaws issue with superman we find out that Batman is ok with what Red Hood is doing. What? So batmans ok with Jason killing people now?
A theory I have is that Batman sees what Jason is doing as a necessary evil while he helps Batman Inc as wingman but it isn't ever brought up. Am I wrong in thinking that batman inc takes place in new 52?
Oh and one last thing Jason has a batman symbol on his shirt, Scott Lobdell in interviews said it was like a middle finger to batman, but that isn't brought up either in Red Hood and the outlaws so unless you find the interviews you won't know, you'd think that Aresonal or Starfire would be curious about Jason wearing a batman symbol on his chest.
Tell me your thoughts on this, I can some times become narrow minded. Am I over re-acting or missing some point?