Yes...I willingly read a story featuring Jason Todd
Red Hood is busy putting together his team of mercs when his complicated past inserts itself into his present.
I really liked the art in this book and many of the design changes didn't bother me at all.
There was a lot of action in this issue and that looks to be the status quo from here on out.
There was some genuinely humorous banter between Jason and Roy.
This book clears up some of the things about Titans continuity I was wondering about.
Don't like Jason's new mask...seriously helmets with facial expression always throw me off. The helmet makes him look like Romita Jr's Iron man Here.
I'm still confused as to why Roy is in the position we find him in at the start of the issue. Perhaps that'll be explained later.
I ABHOR the changes made to Kori!!! I'm fine with her having different expectations, mores with regards to sex and relationships. However, the changes to her were a bit much to me. And the stuff with how she and her people perceive humans was just an unnecessary alteration. Seriously though, if we get two more guys on the team is she going to run a space train? And her forgetting the Titans was just beyond silly to me.
Kori will be the resident cheese cake in this book, so yeah, fap away gents.
So was Jason a wizard at some point? No seriously, like is the "All Caste" a group of magicians?
My biggest knock on this book is how Kori was handled, I was absolutely disgusted with that. But overall this is a solid comic with some pretty good art. I have no love whatsoever for Jason Todd and this story just isn't my thing. Fans of Jason will likely love the hell out of this and it'll be a sure buy for them. Me, well, I didn't see enough here worth coming back for.