RED HOOD #51-52 (Shawn Martinbrough / Tony Akins)

A new era begins for the Red Hood! With his Outlaw days behind him, Jason Todd returns home to Gotham City. While he plots what’s next for Red Hood, he tracks down a childhood friend now living in the Hill. As Gotham City reels from the effects of “The Joker War,” Jason finds himself caught in the crossfire between vigilante protectors of the historic neighborhood and a rising criminal element intent on seizing power!

Written by : Shawn Martinbrough
Pencils : Tony Akins
Inks : Tony Akins, Stefano Guadiano
Colored by : Paul Mounts
Cover by : Dan Mora
Page Count : 26 Pages
Release Date : November 24 2020
Age Rating : 15+ Only

La reprise est sympathique surtout avec du Tony Akins au dessin. Tout de suite, Martinbrough empile les personnages, les méchants, les potes de Jason et le quartier du Hill.

A voir sur la durée. L’épisode est dense. C’est joli. Pourquoi pas.


Written by: Shawn Martinbrough.

Art by: Tony Akins, Stefano Gaudiano.

Covers by: Dan Mora, Skan.

Description: After making his dramatic return to Gotham City, Jason Todd finds himself in the middle of a turf war between a violent gang aided by Killer Croc and a new group of vigilantes dedicated to protecting his old neighborhood of the Hill. When a childhood friend is targeted for assassination by a vicious new crime lord on the rise, the Red Hood must forge an uneasy alliance with the vigilantes to save her.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

Available: December 22.

Et finalement, Shawn Martinbrough n’était là que pour deux épisodes :

The conclusion to my two part #RedHood story hits stores next week. Cover by Dan Mora. Published by@DCComics

À partir de mars, Red Hood vivra une aventure à suivre dans l’anthologie Batman : Urban Legends