Tag Archives: Red Hood And The Outlaws



RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #2 Written by Scott Lobdell Art by Dexter Soy, Veronica Gandini Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 14, 2016 Jason Todd meets the Amazon Artemis, making her Rebirth debut. Will he survive the experience? Red Hood runs into Artemis as he tries to hijack a train at the behest of

Interview: James Tynion IV on Crafting BATMAN AND ROBIN’s Villains

September is quite the change for DC Comics, as it replaces all of its super-hero titles with super-villain specials in honor of their second anniversary of the New 52, but James Tynion IV would be the last to feel slighted. As monthly writer for two of DC’s ongoings Talon and Red Hood and the Outlaws,

Interview: James Tynion IV Takes Up Arms with RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS

After breaking into the comics scene in a huge way by co-penning back-up stories with Scott Snyder in Batman, James Tynion IV now followed up his ongoing series Talon with yet another Bat-family title: Red Hood and the Outlaws. James was kind enough to speak with us about his passion for the characters Jason Todd,

DC Comics Announces New RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS Creative Team

DC Comics has announced James Tynion IV and Mico Suayan will be taking over as the creative battery on Red Hood and the Outlaws with issue #19. Official Press Release Attention RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS fans! Today, we announced some exciting news about the future of your favorite “wanted” heroes. Beginning with April’s issue

COMICS FOR HEROES Presents: The December File

I hope everyone had a great December and enjoyed their holiday or holidays.  2012 was a great year for comics.  Here are the books I read in December and my recommendations for you.  Be sure to check out what Comics For Heroes is up to and how you can help over at our site and

COMICS FOR HEROES Presents: The November File

This is the first in what will be a regular series that briefly reviews the books that I (Brian, President and Founder of Comics for Heroes) have read every month. There is no such thing as a bad comic — just one that may not be for you.  One of the great things about comics