Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1



When A Shocking Encounter With Batman Solidifies The Red Hood S Status As A Villain, Jason Todd Goes Deep Undercover To Take Down Gotham City S Criminal Underworld From The Inside Along The Way, Jason Meets Two Unlikely Allies A Disgracedwarrior Named Artemis And A Half Baked Superman Clone Called Bizarro And The DCU S Dark Trinity Is BornRed Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

Scott Lobdell born 1960 is an American comic book writer.He is mostly known for his work throughout the 1990s on Marvel Comics X Men related titles specifically Uncanny X Men, the main title itself, and the spin off series that he conceived with artist Chris Bachalo, Generation X Generation X focused on a number of young mutant students who attempted to become superheroes in their own right at a separate school with the guidance of veteran X related characters Banshee and Emma Frost He also had writing stints on Marvel s Fantastic Four, Alpha Flight, and The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix mini series with artist Gene Ha He wrote the script to Stan Lee s Mosaic and an upcoming film from POW Entertainment featuring Ringo Starr He also participated in the Marvel Comics and Image Comics from Jim Lee s WildStorm crossover mini series WildC.A.T.s X Men.

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  • Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1
  • Scott Lobdell
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  • 21 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

  1. says:

    When the whole rebirth thing was announced i was like yes finally someone else is gonna write Red Hood, then i found out Lobdell still had him and to put it as politely as possible i was not impressed in the slightest Lobdell has been writing Red Hood for a while now, and i ve read it all whether it s with the outlaws or with Roy, characters have come and gone and we ve definitely seen some plotless volumes and crappy story telling as well as some poor character choices, so i was prepared for When the whole rebirth thing was announced i was like yes finally someone else is gonna write Red Hood, then i found out Lobdell still had him and to put it as politely as possible i was not impressed in the slightest Lobdell has been writing Red Hood for a while now, and i ve read it all whether it s with the outlaws or with Roy, characters have come and gone and we ve definitely seen some plotless volumes and crappy story telling as well as some poor character choices, so i was prepared for this to beor less the same crap i m used to from Lobdell However this is actually pretty fucking good I know, i m totally shocked too, it s probably the best rebirth title i ve read so far, it s incredibly sweet and sets up the story pretty well with Jay getting involved with Black Mask, so if you re a fan of Under the Red Hood you might want to start picking up this series I will say though this focuses solely on Jason Todd and maybe that is why this is as good because Lobdell has written Jay s origin story a bunch of times, so he has the story down by now There s no Bizarro or Artemis yet, so i m not sure how that group dynamic will work or whether this will all fall to shit The writing is the best i ve seen from Lobdell in ages, the humour works, Bruce Alfred were on point the artwork is awesome i really hope this turns into a good volume This issue alone is totally worth picking up it s just amazing if you re a Red Hood fan you re gonna be like finally If you re new to Red Hood it s a brilliant introduction to the character Will the first volume be any good I m not entirely convinced yet but as far as single issues go this is a good un and well worth picking up

  2. says:

    Nice colouring, great character and an interesting dynamic Looking forward to seeing where this series goes

  3. says:

    Red Hood and Outlaws Dark Trinity I picked this title up solely as an Artemis fan, and my adult son being a Jason Todd fanatic, it was worth the cash Derek Soy s artwork is good, and it s a shame DC didn t go with the movie version of Artemis, but I m not complaining, Red Head Arti was the first, and that massive hairtail is somewhat of an institution.I got into Artemis while pregnant with my son 1995 because I identifiedwith Artemis as a kick ass woman totally out of her element tha Red Hood and Outlaws Dark Trinity I picked this title up solely as an Artemis fan, and my adult son being a Jason Todd fanatic, it was worth the cash Derek Soy s artwork is good, and it s a shame DC didn t go with the movie version of Artemis, but I m not complaining, Red Head Arti was the first, and that massive hairtail is somewhat of an institution.I got into Artemis while pregnant with my son 1995 because I identifiedwith Artemis as a kick ass woman totally out of her element than I did Wonder Woman s desire to save the world Ironically, I imagine that my son s affinity for the angry Jason Todd was similar when he discovered the Red Hood.Artemis theis consistently well written and has been since her inception Unfortunately, she s also consistently drawn in the most cringe worthy male gaze I ve stuck by Artemis over the years because of the writing I was pleased to find that Scott Lobdell s Artemis is a culmination of Loebs and Rucka s Artemis, and not the ham handed crap I ve seen passing as Artemis, in the last decade Bill Loebs made Artemis angry right out the gate, Artemis evolved into ancapable of altering her worldview by being on the receiving end of a series of teachable moments When Rucka got hold of her, she became the conflictedthat Diana wasn t allowed to be until Rucka got back in the game recently and began writing Wonder Woman on his terms women, if you re not reading the current Wonder Woman, you should be Why did I hesitate in buying a graphic novel with Artemis in it Scott Lobdell DO not take that as a put down, Lobdell is one of the few comics writers out there with a talent for writing young adult My son is a huge fan of his writing Teen Titans , but his Artemis is no different than the other complicated college age girls he s written I m pushing 50 Artemis is pushing a lot, the young women Lobdell presents aren t exactly identifiable regarding dialogue or drama Artemis is on the road to redemption, that s got my interest, but her heat of the moment conversation yikes What is she, twenty two Some editorial nitpicks I could ve done without the Deadpoolesque behavior once Jason dons the Red Hood There s only one Wade Wilson he belongs to Marvel Also belonging to Marvel Thor s hammer Artemis doesn t need an ax that comes to her when she calls to it The book gets points for showing off Nephthys, but the pet weapon already has a home Get the bow and arrow back, fast I m sticking with Red Hood and the Outlaws because Lobdell didn t fail here Artemis may be in need for some mature dialogue, but Jason Todd is spot on, finally.Jason Todd remains the anti hero, but he s not a murderous thug, and that turned me off in previous incarnations FWIW I was one of the scant few that adored the evil Cass Cain It s hard to enjoy the victories of a guy everyone fears when he s written to be a sociopathic douche Lobdell makes Jason likable by writing him to act his age trust me, his self narrative style isFerris Bueller than Rick Deckard I enjoyed seeing Jason s interaction with Bizarro any series with a mentally impaired hero engaging the growth of those around him, is always a winner with me Overall, the trio works well together, and I would ve enjoyed itif I were its market my twenty something son will love it

  4. says:

    I normally avoid rating individual comic issues, but poor Lobdell gets so much shit, I just had to join the bandwagon when he finally started getting some good review for his Red Hood work Most of this issue is a rehash of what we ve already been told 500 times before Jason was the bad Robin, Jason died, Jason came back a bitbad And it doesn t matter how many times the story is told, it s always just as heartbreaking The art in particular was amazing, with Jason s torture and death a I normally avoid rating individual comic issues, but poor Lobdell gets so much shit, I just had to join the bandwagon when he finally started getting some good review for his Red Hood work Most of this issue is a rehash of what we ve already been told 500 times before Jason was the bad Robin, Jason died, Jason came back a bitbad And it doesn t matter how many times the story is told, it s always just as heartbreaking The art in particular was amazing, with Jason s torture and death at the hands of the Joker being particularly brutal The rest of this issue sets up the premise for the next story arc, which I m particularly excited for, as it reflects what I think Red Hood should always have been since he was brought back There are some things that Batman can t do, because he s the hero Jason Todd doesn t have that issue, and he s going to save Gotham the best way he can, even if it means pissing off the Bat My one complaint, which will probably always be an issue I have with Jason Todd s portrayal, is his obsession with having Bruce s approval I mean I get it, Jason has daddy issues, but I just want him to grow and decide that he doesn t need Batman s blessing to do what he does Who knows, maybe we ll get that Jason at the end of this arc

  5. says:

    Absolutely loved this issue , with some of the best artwork from the week the story being a Rebirth ofcourse went into flashback with various key moments in the life of Jason Todd and meanwhile also focussed on how the times have changed Jason Todd and the Man he has become , A Man who is willing to do what Batman can t and still fight the war against Gothams Dirty scum but not in the way Batman necessarily approves There was a moment when i did feel like this story may well be headed to the s Absolutely loved this issue , with some of the best artwork from the week the story being a Rebirth ofcourse went into flashback with various key moments in the life of Jason Todd and meanwhile also focussed on how the times have changed Jason Todd and the Man he has become , A Man who is willing to do what Batman can t and still fight the war against Gothams Dirty scum but not in the way Batman necessarily approves There was a moment when i did feel like this story may well be headed to the same direction as Grayson did but surprisingly Jason Todd refers to the same and even questions Batman and indirectly the readers why they can t accept him doing what Dick Grayson does be it being Robin or being a spy As said the art was beautifully done and the story had a good set up installed for what s looking to be a really gruesome and thrilling read ahead ,Torrential emotional moments are filled in the book referring to the hardship thats been Jason Todd s life a must read for this week if there was any

  6. says:

    Umso really just Red Hood Zero outlaws.If you don t know anything about Jason Todd then this will do an exceptional job catching you up, I think.However, I know the gist of his story and was looking for some team dynamics Luckily, this was put together in a way that gives me hope for the first issue.We ll see in a few minutes I picked that one up, too.

  7. says:

    I ve never really been a big fan of Red Hood I much prefer the Arkham Knight look from the video games , but this was pretty interesting There really was much of the Outlaws in this, it was all Red Hood, but I guess his partners will show up in the main line.

  8. says:

    4.5 5 This was a huge, huge surprise I read a little bit of Lobdell s RH O series from the N52 and really, really didn t enjoy it I suppose it wasn t horrible, but it definitely wasn t good enough for me to keep reading So this was automatically one of the books I was least excited for coming out of Rebirth when Rebirth has been going so amazingly right, why have a book with the same author as a mediocre run That said, this was actually incredibly good Maybe not as good as I think it is, b 4.5 5 This was a huge, huge surprise I read a little bit of Lobdell s RHO series from the N52 and really, really didn t enjoy it I suppose it wasn t horrible, but it definitely wasn t good enough for me to keep reading So this was automatically one of the books I was least excited for coming out of Rebirth when Rebirth has been going so amazingly right, why have a book with the same author as a mediocre run That said, this was actually incredibly good Maybe not as good as I think it is, but because of the extremely low expectations, it was great I honestly can t wait to read the next issue, and I m really enjoying the art so far Hopefully they keep it up

  9. says:

    Really surprised how much I liked this Jason isn t a character I know terribly well, but this was a great intro Also loved the dynamic it set up between him and Batman.http pop break.com 2016 07 27 revie Really surprised how much I liked this Jason isn t a character I know terribly well, but this was a great intro Also loved the dynamic it set up between him and Batman.http pop break.com 2016 07 27 revie

  10. says:

    Not a big fan of Lobdell s Teen Titans, but his Red Hood is pretty good The art is great, love the coloring work And I like how the origin story of Jason stealing batmobile s tire is still here.

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