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Red Hood Character Guide
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“Can’t fight crime without cracking a few skulls.””- Red Hood
Real Name: Jason Todd
Debut: Batman #401 (November, 1986)
Voice: Cameron Bowen
Red Hood is an upcoming DLC character in Injustice 2. He is classified as a Gadget user. He is first mentioned as Jason Todd in an Injustice 2 Comic. Jason Todd once served as Batman’s second protégé “Robin” before being brutally murdered by the Joker. Years later, the powerful healing waters of the Lazarus Pit brought Jason Todd back to life. However the power of the pit comes at a cost, and a change takes hold in Jason. He now uses the mantle of the Red Hood to wage a lethal war on crime. He is a vigilante anti-hero who is a member of the Batman Family and the Outlaws . Jason became the second Robin after Dick Grayson became Nightwing and Batman was in need of a new sidekick. Jason was trained by Bruce, and was his partner, until his death at the hands of the Joker. He was resurrected due to some issues in the time stream, which left him with a lack of sanity and memory. Those were restored by using the Lazarus Pit. He eventually returned to Gotham City, under the new alias Red Hood using more lethal methods on criminals.
Below are combo and juggle inputs for Red Hood in , including corner strategies and restarts.
Main article: Recommended gear for Red Hood
- Jason Todd has a confirmed kill count of 83
- Jason Todd was created by Gerry Conway and Don Newton first appearing in Batman #357.
- Red Hood was created by Bill Finger and Lew Sayre Schwartz first appearing in Detective Comics #168. Jason Todd’s version of Red Hood was an adaptation from the original Red Hood and first appeared in Batman #365. The latter version of the character was adapted and introduced into the Prime Earth continuity, first appearing as part of the New 52 DC Universe in Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 by Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort.