Batman: Under the Hood, Volume 2
Judd Winick Doug Mahnke Shane Davis Eric Battle
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Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM By Judd Winick Doug Mahnke Shane Davis Eric Battle

Years ago, the Dark Knight suffered his greatest ever defeatwhen the Joker killed Jason Todd, the second young man to adopt the identity of Robin Now Jason has somehow returned from the dead, and taken on a guise once used by the Joker the Red Hood As the new Hood s murderous rampage through the Gotham underworld continues, Batman finds himself riddled with doubt anYears ago, the Dark Knight suffered his greatest ever defeatwhen the Joker killed Jason Todd, the second young man to adopt the identity of Robin Now Jason has somehow returned from the dead, and taken on a guise once used by the Joker the Red Hood As the new Hood s murderous rampage through the Gotham underworld continues, Batman finds himself riddled with doubt and regret and uncertain of how to proceed Is Jason a lost cause Can he still be saved Or will he meet his demise once again at the hands of Gotham crime boss Black Mask This electrifying tale, the sequel to Batman Under the Hood , is one of the most talked about Batman stories in years
  • Title: Batman: Under the Hood, Volume 2
  • Author: Judd Winick Doug Mahnke Shane Davis Eric Battle
  • ISBN: 9781401209018
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback

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Lono Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Yep, you guessed it. It's red. His headuuurrhelmetaahhhhood, I mean.Winick’s Under the Hood storyline is stupid good. Should be required reading for any serious bat-fan. And while I thought Vol. 2 was not quite as fantastic as Vol. 1, it’s still awesome. Beware of some spoilers for those unfamiliar with the Red Hood or this story.This book jumps around a bit. Winick fills in the gaps between Jason Todd’s death and resurrection in this collection. Judd also follows up on Vol. 1 and the fall [...]
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Jedi JC Daquis Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
"Why Batman doesn't kill?" and "Who would win between Batman and Superman?" are the two proverbial questions about our Caped Crusader. Answers to which are also in the comics, either through clever dialogue or unforgettable imagery. The first question is answered here in Batman: Under the Hood, Vol. 2.Continuing both in tone and story, the second volume of Under the Hood ties up all the loose emotional strings between Bataman and Jason Todd, who was earlier revealed as the one called the Red Hoo [...]
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Virginia Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
A good conclusion (but of course, so sad and depressing). I'm not sure I get the ending, but whatever. It's Batman. Therefore, I enjoyed it. :)
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Wesley Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
I loved the bulk of this book, the issues taken from the main series, and the continuing story of Jason Todd's quest for answers as to why Batman has allowed the Joker to continue to live. I am slightly conflicted in the bringing back of characters from the dead. I was collecting the Bat-books back when the Death in the Family story line was running and there is a part of me that does not want the emotional investment that was made at that time discarded for a cheap thrill now. The portion of th [...]
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Justyn Rampa Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
I found the second volume was much stronger than the first. I wonder how I would rate it if I had read the whole arc together. Regardless, Judd Winick elevates the story to the places I had hoped he would when I read the first volume.Jason Todd is a beautifully complex anti-hero! Seriously. So many issues and frustrations. The relationship between him and Bruce is pure gold!Also, this volume is told through the perspective of Alfred for a sizable portion which is always enjoyable!Talia makes a b [...]
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Caitlin Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Continuing from the revelation of the Red Hood's identity in volume 1, this second volume focuses even more on the clash between the Red Hood and Batman. At the heart of the Red Hood's problem with Batman is the fact that Batman continues to allow the Joker to exist and refuses, despite all the death and destruction the Joker has caused, to rid Gotham of him once and for all. Winnick does an incredibly good job making you understand the motivations of all three and making it clear why Batman ref [...]
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Beckiezra Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
A good enough story, I liked the look at how Jason was not really cut out personality-wise to be Robin, he's a bit too violent/impulsive. Damian kind of reminds me of Jason, hopefully things turn out better for the current Robin than they did for Jason. I vaguely knew the specifics of Jason's return to life but finding out the details in the story at the end of the book was nice.
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Arjun Mishra Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
This is a worthy successor to an excellent Volume 1. I am tremendously impressed with this story. The resolution to how Red Hood revived is sneaky and I wonder if there are future repercussions. Batman had to confront many philosophical demons that haunt him perhaps on a lurking level. They were almost the equivalent of physical villains.
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Anne Barwell Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Unfortunately I haven't got hold of the first vol to read although I already knew the story. Even so I enjoyed this - love the complexity of Jason's character and his story. So much still unresolved at the end though, not to mention the cliffhanger although presuming that is resolved in another story.
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Nithin Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
I already knew the story before reading, from the animated movie Batman: Under the Red Hood, but It was such a pleasure to read it all the same. The cliffhanger at the end was a surprise though. I think it has something to do with Infinite Crisis. (view spoiler)[Though, it would have been the sweetest end for Batman - like Joker said, Let's all go out in a bang (or something of the sort) (hide spoiler)]
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Shaun Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
I already commented on the first volume, but the end of volume two leaves a reader hanging. I love Jason's cruelty to the Joker and how he called him out on his (Joker) sanity. Batman is also tormented not sure how to deal with the Red Hood this adds a different level to Batman's usual confident persona.
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M Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
With the revelation that former Robin Jason Todd has returned with the mantle of the Red Hood, Batman must choose between helping his former sidekick back to some semblance of heroism or bringing him in to face justice. The bonus Batman: Annual story that chronicles Jason's return makes the book.
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Rick Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
I really liked the story in this one but the explanation at the end seemed like an afterthought and didn't really work for me. I kind of came out of nowhere. Otherwise a pretty well thought out story.
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Tiara Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Still a bit disappointed, but at least this volume was far less kitschy than volume one. The storytelling found its footing a bit better in this one.
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Aaron Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
A great action story totally undercut by the downright retarded backstory they created for Jason Todd's resurrection. I mean, just one of the worst comic book resurrections of all time.
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Luckyjohn12 Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
I thought it was a good book. At first I thought it was the story of the Joker, but it was really about one of Baymans sidekicks & how he became the red hood.
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El Neo Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Jason Todd is a favorite character of mine now that he has his own identity! being Red Hood fits his type of character more than being Robin!
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John Yelverton Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Such an absolutely and wonderfully written suspense novel that will leave you glued to each and every page.
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Sanjay Tillani Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
It is a complete story of red hood which is quite good> its is definitely better than the volume 1 of the same comic
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Brian Jones Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
The art was great but it was a bit gory and dark for my taste I guess I like classic Batman and Justice League. So sue me. Oh, wait I live in California, never mind.
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Steve Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Not as dynamic as the first volume, but still a good read.
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Matt Thomas Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
A story about the return of Jason Todd as Red Hood and, therefore, some insight into his origins and Batman's relationship with him.
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Matej Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
This is a great second, and final, volume of an intriguing and emotional story.The art starts off looking great, but by the end it kinda looks a bit "morphed".Overall, this is one of the better Batman storylines and I would recommend it to any comic book fan.
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Victor Orozco Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
AWESOME!!!Continuing from where Vol. 1 left off. Under the Hood finishes on the return of Jason Todd.Any Batman fan should know that Robin has never been just one boy but several young men and a few young women. Dick Grayson was the first, but even sidekicks grow up to become their own man. So another apprentice was chosen to fulfill the absence of Batman master-ship over Gotham City; Jason Todd.Despite his skill and sense of right and wrong, the boy was impulsive and driven by rage. Because of [...]
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Scott Firestone Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
This second volume of Under the Hood narrows focus, and it's much stronger for it. The rest of this review has spoilers, so stop reading now if you don't want to know who The Red Hood is. Batman's still on the Red Hood's trail, slowly closing in. Large sections of the narrative are from Alfred's perspective, and those are well done. Despite the focus, there's still some goofiness here. There's a section where Red Hood and Bats end up fighting Hyena, Count Vertigo, and Captain Nazi. I'm not famil [...]
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Kolby Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Very good, but sad, conclusion to Under the red Hood. After we learned that Jason Todd is in fact the Red Hood, Batman does not take this lightly. It is now a battle between Red Hood and Batman. Jason cannot understand why Batman will not kill the one man who keeps terrorizing the city. Of course, we are talking about Joker. The way Jason sees it; If you have the power to stop someone who will kill others, you have to stop them. Batman and Jason have different perspectives on stopping Joker. Jas [...]
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Roger Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
The origin of Red Hood is explained, in brief, yet leaves readers wanting more. Unfortunately, I read a few of the Red Hood volumes without sequence, still enjoying them, but I believe I would have enjoyed the other volumes more so if I read them in sequence, but even so, I am glad the DC Universe, in seeking to adjust itself, as it does, managed to create the time-space anomaly that is Red Hood, since he is the Batman we have been afraid Batman could become. With Red Hood, we get both types of [...]
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Feather Mista Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
Más vueltas de tuerca rebuscadas, misterios evidentes y violencia excesiva que ni siquiera tiene mucha belleza estética que digamos. Este comic demuestra que no hay vacas sagradas en el mercado mainstream yanqui y que si no se deja a los muertos en paz, es muy poco probable que después ellos nos dejen en paz a nosotros.PD: acabo de ver la adaptación animada y emprolija bastante la historia, pero apenas araña las tres estrellitas.
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Timothy Oct 29, 2020 - 01:48 AM
This book finishes the story of under the hood. It explains practically everything what was going and how like Jason came back from the dead. I would say that this one of my favorite books I've ever read. I just like the story of the whole thing like how batman at the end had to deal with Jason and he handled him perfectly.
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Batman: Under the Hood, Volume 2 By Judd Winick Doug Mahnke Shane Davis Eric Battle Years ago, the Dark Knight suffered his greatest ever defeatwhen the Joker killed Jason Todd, the second young man to adopt the identity of Robin Now Jason has somehow returned from the dead, and taken on a guise once used by the Joker the Red Hood As the new Hood s murderous rampage through the Gotham underworld continues, Batman finds himself riddled with doubt anYears ago, the Dark Knight suffered his greatest ever defeatwhen the Joker killed Jason Todd, the second young man to adopt the identity of Robin Now Jason has somehow returned from the dead, and taken on a guise once used by the Joker the Red Hood As the new Hood s murderous rampage through the Gotham underworld continues, Batman finds himself riddled with doubt and regret and uncertain of how to proceed Is Jason a lost cause Can he still be saved Or will he meet his demise once again at the hands of Gotham crime boss Black Mask This electrifying tale, the sequel to Batman Under the Hood , is one of the most talked about Batman stories in years

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