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Batman: Red Hood - The Lost Days- (Anglais) Broché – 28 juin 2011

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After his death at the hands of The Joker, Jason Todd was resurrected by Batman’s foe Ra’s al Ghul as a weapon against The Dark Knight. Now, learn what secret events led Jason on his eventual path of death and destruction as he tours the DC Universe learning dangerous skills in an effort to find his way in a world that left him behind.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Jason Todd just won't die...but it's a good thing 3 juillet 2011
Par Slim Cat - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This story takes place after the infamous Batman story "A Death in the Family" and before the equally infamous "Under the Red Hood". It focuses on Jason Todd's struggle with his second chance on life and what to do with it. It also examines his relationship with Batman's greatest foes, the Al Ghuls, especially Talia. Jason is trained in ways Bruce never would dare to do so, ways to kill. With the encouragement of Talia, Jason uses his new skills to be a deadly vigilante. His ultimate goal is to kill the man that killed him, The Joker, and the man he holds responsible for allowing this man to live, The Batman.

Overall, I really enjoyed this short series. I got over the bringing back of Jason Todd and have liked what writer Judd Winick does a terrific job with this character. I did not care for how Jason was brought back in "Under the Red Hood", via "Infinite Crisis" tie-in, but that aside, Jason Todd is a strong character whom you find yourself rooting for. He was trained by a sociopath and then murdered by one. That will have quite an effect on someone, just so you know where Jason is coming for. The art is very good as well. Even though there are three different pencilers, they all have a similar style so it does not distract from the story.

What robs this story of being five stars is the big drag and redundancy in the middle of the story. The first chapter is phenomenal, with great character portrayals of Ra's and Talia, but the bulk of the story seems to just go about the same pattern of Jason gets trained by some scumbag and then dislikes them, rinse, and repeat. When the final chapter comes around we get into who we want Jason going after. I understand that the middle is building his character, which is very good, but it just felt so redundant. And at the end there is an interaction between Jason and Talia that comes out of nowhere and felt thrown in for shock value.

All in all, great read!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Let me just pick my heart up off the floor 18 février 2013
Par Sydney Squidney - Publié sur
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Let me just pick my heart up off the floor.

You see, here you are shown the formerly dead second Robin, who had been brutally beaten with a crowbar by The Joker and left to die, as a now resurrected Jason Todd, go from a zombie-like vagrant to taken under wing by a (imo) RUTHLESS Talia al Ghul, encouraged on a path of training that will eventually lead to his becoming of the uber-vigilant, highly skilled terrorist - the Red Hood.

But while this story fills in what happened to Jason after coming back from the dead and being discovered by Ra's al Ghul, but before he comes back to Gotham, "The Lost Days" also explores how mentally tortured he is during this time.

This street boy turned man is just so broken, conflicted and in a lot of emotional pain after first surviving his sociopathic, manipulating mentor only to be severely let down by him when his death was not avenged, to now being manipulated and trained by Talia who's agenda is to use him to do something to Bruce.

I must admit that I developed a better appreciation for Jason Todd as Robin in hindsight, after he came back from the dead, resurrected with the identity of the new Red Hood, and I am always sympathizing with this version of Jason, getting a sense of how much Bruce really meant to this kid, despite his reprehensible behaviour of manipulating and exploiting the child. Now there's really added depth to Jason as Robin II, and you clearly see just how messed up he is over the betrayal and "loss" of his beloved mentor.

In this storyline, i really was invested in Jason's portrayal, his character was intensely interesting, and though he ultimately becomes selfish and deadly, my heart hurt for him, and that's because Winick had a perfect understanding of Jason Todd, I think the way he was meant to be.

In "The Lost Days" you plainly see how this deeply affected young man develops the qualities of an "antihero" and comes to be the character he is now; and one of my most favourites in the Bat 'verse.

When I first watched Batman: Under the Red Hood, also written by Judd Winick, I was *BLOWN* away, and it still has that effect on me! Just, amazing. I think this writer did GREAT with this story of Jason's lost years and how he struggled so much, explaining how he's become a fallen superhero, much like Morrison's take in essentially making him a Batman that was willing to fight fire with fire.

I also liked how Winick showed pieces of the complicated relationship between Ra's and Talia and how Batman acutely affects them.

And the ARTWORK, damn, that is pretty terrific, too!

I absolutely *LOVED* "The Lost Days"! There's a lot of action, too; we see Jason train in new ways that Bruce wouldn't have offered and how he hones his new lethal skills, stands against corruption, and learns to apply his IDEALS.

There's also some angst in seeing how tragic the situation that was his life as a whole really was. He is what circumstances beyond his control have made him. With this story I can't understand how anyone could accept Jason as simply a bad guy in conflict with the Bat family.

Overall I think Lost Days had GREAT character development and compelling storytelling. It comes down to revenge, rebellion, and watching a struggling soul come into its element on the way to face the pain.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow! 14 janvier 2013
Par Lesleyanne - Publié sur
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Newly perfect. The story is original and the artwork is incredible! Made me a lover of comic books all over again!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Lost Days. 9 septembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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I thought this was an excellent read! I absolutely adore Jason Todd's character so this was perfect for me. I really loved the storyline and Jason's background in between the time he was resurrected and when he goes back to Gotham to get revenge on the Joker. I ordered Batman: Under the Red Hood as well and can't wait to sink my teeth in to it! :)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 From Robin to Red Hood 10 novembre 2015
Par Gregory Cox - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Jason Todd was the second character to go by the name of "Robin, The Boy Wonder" in the DC universe, after Dick Grayson and before Tim Drake. Unfortunately for him, his tenure as Robin was shortlived, with him being brutally beaten and killed by the Joker in the now historic Death in the Family storyline. He would return over a decade later under the pen of Judd Winick in the Under the Hood storyling. Despite numerous other appearances in various comics those really are the only two stories featuring him as a main character that you really need to read. His death and his rebirth so to speak. However, if there was a third it would be this one. For all intents and purposes this is what happens to Jason between those two stories, after he comes back to life, but before he returns to Gotham as the Red Hood to challenge his mentor and father, Batman.

The opening of the story retraces some of the elements from Under the Hood, showing it from Talia's point of view in terms of learning about Jason's death, finding him afterwards, and having him stay with her and her father. That's all been seen before. The real story starts once Jason escapes after taking a dip in Ra's Lazarus Pit. This story itself is nothing amazing. You won't see many familiar characters, mostly people created just for this story who are training Jason in a variety of different skills and techniques. However, that's the main draw to it for me. Seeing Jason learn how to make bombs, kill people, and a host of other skills, all while thinking about Batman and why he feels that Bruce let him down. The value into this is getting a peek into Jason's thoughts on nearly every single page; who he is and how he thinks. This serves to make not only the differences between him and Bruce clear, but the differences between him and his predecessor, Dick Grayson, clear as well.

The one real flaw in this, in my opinion, is when Jason and Talia sleep together towards the end. It's brief, only taking up like a page and a half, so it's not a major element to the story. It's just really random and out of place.

Is this an essential Batman story? Absolutely not. I would however suggest it to anyone that wishes to learn more about Jason Todd for reference to the Under the Hood storyline, and would in turn call it an essential Jason Todd story.
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