Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

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An Over-Sized Anniversary Issue for Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 hits your local comic book store on August 8, with a battle we can’t wait to see, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for you.

The five pages below look to set up an emotionally charged, action-packed issue. The first page alone is beautiful with the vibrant green tones, the infamous red highlights to the Robin mask, and the silence of being underwater.

Scott Lobdell handles the writing in issue 25, with art by Dexter Soy, Ryan Winn, Phil Hester, Ande Parks, and Trevor Hairsine.

About Red Hood and the Outlaws #25:
Batman versus Red Hood for the right to fight in Gotham—grab your ringside seat for the battle 25 years in the making! Jason Todd broke a promise to his mentor, and must now confront an angry and betrayed Batman. That means a good time for readers, but probably not so much for Jason: it’s likely going to take more than the Outlaws’ help in order for the Red Hood to avoid wearing an orange jumper in prison.

Check out the preview below:

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25

Exclusive Preview: RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #25


Who’s your all-time favorite, Robin? Comment below.

Matthew Sardo
As the founder of Monkeys Fighting Robots, I'm currently training for my next job as an astronaut cowboy. Reformed hockey goon, comic book store owner, video store clerk, an extra in 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' 'Welcome Back Freshman,' and for one special day, I was a Ghostbuster.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Dick Grayson will always be my favorite Robin, but I love everyone else who has been or who is Robin now!!!!

  2. Jason is the best,
    he’s not a scoundrel, he’s wild, rebellious, he’s led a harder life than everyone else and he’s not as crying as a batman
    I love the turn they have given him, it’s a pity that I’m not drawing him, he and Scott are the best

  3. I really liked him in Batman Eternal, Batman and Robin Eternal, and Detective Comics, by James Tynion. I know Tynion’s version of Tim can be controversial, but I think he’s got that flavor of sweet, good hearted but often immature or flawed kid that Dixon created in the 90s.

  4. Steph is my favorite Robin, but of the ones who lasted more than three months (forever bitter, DC!), it’s Tim. I’ve been getting into Jason recently, though!

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