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The death of Jason Todd, alluded to by Alfred in "Batman: The Dark Knight," is explained, while new iconic villains make their TDK debuts.
A guide at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood revealed the highly speculated truth while previewing the new DC Comics: The Exhibit.
With DC Comics in the midst of "Robin War," here's a look at the history of Batman's colorful counterpart, from Dick Grayson to Damian Wayne.
In his latest spotlight on books released in 1987, Matt Derman examines the new "hoodlum" origin Robin was given after "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
Was DC Comics going to kill Jason Todd regardless of the 1-900 poll results? And if Jason Todd hadn't been killed, what was his destiny to be?
Max Allan Collins explains why he's one of the "most hated" "Batman" writers ever, his amusement at Jason Todd's fate and his upcoming TV series.
Fans are theorizing about a potential connection between Jared Leto's onscreen Joker and some fan-favorite Batman storylines.
In their latest look at comic book cliches, CSBG spotlights the numerous times the memorial to fallen Robin Jason Todd in the Batcave was destroyed.
With Wolverine's death coming next month, CBR rounds up the most impactful and surprising character deaths in comic book history.
Heading up a new creative team, writer James Tynion IV looks to explore the histories of "Red Hood and the Outlaws," from Jason Todd's training in the All-Caste to Arsenal's past with Green Arrow and Hugo Strange.
"Red Hood And The Outlaws" and "Teen Titans" bard Scott Lobdell waxes Shakespearian about the imminent Jason/Joker confrontation, Batgirl meeting the TItans and Tim Drake's role in "Death of the Family."
DC has released a preview of the next chapter of "Death of the Family" as the Joker comes for Jason Todd in Scott Lobdell's "Red Hood and the Outlaws" #15, on sale December 19!
Scott Lobdell discusses his DC Comics titles, promising a new road for Superman, major changes for "Teen Titans" and the "most severe beat down of the Joker" ever in "Red Hood and the Outlaws."
Scott Lobdell accompanies Red Hood, Starfire and Arsenal to Gotham City for "Night of the Owls" where the non-team tangles with the Court of Owls and Mr. Freeze. Plus, an exclusive peek at Freeze's new look!
Scott Lobdell writes "Red Hood and the Outlaws," "Superboy" and "Teen Titans" for DC Comics, and thanks to the publisher's launch of the New 52, he has a clean slate to tell his tales of the teenage titans.
DC COmics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Batman and Robin" #25, the final chapter of Judd WInick's Red Hood guest-starring arc.
"Red Hood And The Outlaws" writer Scott Lobdell spoke with CBR News about Jason Todd, reader accessibility, the way in which the title is not a team title and how he got involved in the DC relaunch.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the finale of "Red Hood: Lost Days" by writer Judd WInick and artist Jeremy Haun with a Billy Tucci cover. The story concludes on November 3.
"Batman: Under the Red Hood" director Brandon Vietti, shared his thoughts about the animated feature while teasing a few tidbits about his next project, the animated series, "Young Justice." Plus, a new video clip!
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner has positively reviewed the new direct to DVD "Batman: Under The Red Hood" animated feature, calling the movie "an enjoyable, well-done superhero film...a solid bit of entertainment."
DC Comics has released a preview for "Red Hood: Lost Days," Jason Todd's new miniseries by Judd Winick and Pablo Raimondi with covers by Francesco Mattina and Billy Tucci. The issue goes on sale tomorrow, June 3.
In the first of a two-part interview, Judd Winick shared details about his new Jason Todd projects: the six-issue miniseries "Red Hood: Lost Days" for DC Comics and the "Batman: Under the Red Hood" animated film.
In this first of an extensive two-part interview, Judd Winick speaks more candidly than ever about the resurrection of Jason Todd, what to expect during his run on "Batman," and perhaps more importantly, what not to expect.