Who doesn't love Jason Todd, he's such an underrated character who isn't even at his peak potential. Does anybody know which comic it is when he is about to kill Batman in a similar fashion as the Arkham Knight was?
Red Hood and the outlaws,Batman Eternal and Batman & Robin
i for one am liking the way things are going with jason right now, i think i'll pass on the "let's make him another punisher" bandwagon
I don't want him to be a Punisher clone but I also don't want him as a meaner version of Nightwing.Jason is working with Batman a little too much lately.One time he was even shooting people in the leg terminator style,that's what happens when he works with Batman,he looses part of his appeal.Jason whole deal is he lost faith in Batman's system,and rightfully so,he doesn't believe it's effective enough to make a difference because guys like The Joker get locked away and come out just to kill again and again.,And why is every vigilante that uses guns and kills have to compared to the Punisher?Jason is way different than Frank.
Now that I've both seen the movie and read the comic for Under the Red Hood... does anyone else like the movie more?
I thought they both were awesome but I could have done without the crossovers in the comics
meaner version of nightwing? i dont even.... no comment
the initial fallout between him and bats was great and i love utrh as much as the next guy, but you cant keep him in that direction because it's a dead end.
a dc would never let him kill off a big gotham rougue.
b killing off fodder villians can and has gotten old.
c having him work with bats while not being on working terms stops making sense after the third time. if they have such different views either keep jason out of gotham or have them work together through some type of compromise. dc chose the latter and it wouldn't be the first bats worked with a killer(huntress anyone?)
i make the comparison with punisher because the same thing happened, eventially frank was written into a dead end now marvel is doing the same thing by actually moving him forward. jason can kill and use guns, but he needs some form of diplomacy and maturity. him being batmans biggest failure shouldn't be the only thing to write home
Huntress had stopped killing for a very long time.She too had got soft when she joined the Birds of Prey.I'm not asking for him to go around shooting everything that moves,but part of his appeal to me is that he drops bad people,it doesn't have to be in Gotham,he can kill baddies in his own series if DC gave him one.I don't mind them working together occasionally but I rather him be on his own and out of Gotham.I personally never found Frank Castle getting stale at all.And Batman always kept Huntress at a distance until she had finally shaped up.