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Batman is confronted with a hidden face from the past — it’s the return of the vigilante Red Hood who appears to be Batman’s one-time partner Jason Todd, the same Jason Todd that died many years ago. But the Red Hood’s violent ways pit him against the Dark Knight in his hunt for the very person responsible for his death: The Joker.

This volume collects Batman #635-641, #645-50 and Batman Annual #25.

Biographie de l'auteur

Writer/artist Judd Winick has handled most every major character in the DC Universe including notable runs on GREEN LANTERN, GREEN ARROW, THE OUTSIDERS, JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST and wrote the critically acclaimed animated feature BATMAN: UNDER THE HOOD, based on his run on BATMAN. Winick came to national attention when appearing on MTV's The Real World: San Francisco, his experienced inspired his memoir, the award-winning Pedro and Me: Friendship, Loss, and What I Learned. His most recent work includes BATWING and CATWOMAN.


Born in 1963 in the Year of the Rabbit, Doug Mahnke embarked on a love affair with comics at the age of five, having received a pile of Spider-Man issues from a rugby-playing college student named Mike who lived in his basement. A consistent interest in the medium, coupled with some art skill, landed Doug a job drawing comics for Dark Horse at the age of 24 (the date is known precisely, as it occurred just two weeks before he wed his lovely bride). His first gig was illustrating a moody detective one-shot entitled Homicide, written by John Arcudi. The two went on to collaborate on Dark Horse’s The Mask and their creator-owned series MAJOR BUMMER, originally published by DC. Since then Doug has worked on a wide variety of titles (including SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL, JLA, BATMAN, TEAM ZERO, SEVEN SOLDIERS: FRANKENSTEIN, BLACK ADAM: THE DARK AGE and STORMWATCH: P.H.D.) with such writers as Joe Kelly, Judd Winick, Chuck Dixon, Grant Morrison, Christos Gage and Ed Brubaker, just to name a few. He resides in the midwest with his wife and six kids, one dog, and a bunny named Suzie.

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Après un premier volet très réussi, Jude Winick nous livre la suite de cette aventure du Chevalier Noir.

Jason Todd, le second Robin, tué par le Joker, est revenu...

Ivre de haine et de vengeance, il massacre sans pitié la pégre de Gotham, et entend se venger du Joker.

Batman, qui se sent responsable de sa mort est pris dans le doute.

Jason, devenu Red Hood est un exécuteur cruel et aussi doué que son ancien partenaire. Batman, qui n'aspire qu'à la justice refuse de se constituer bourreau, l'affrontement entre Bruce, et Jason, qu'il a toujours considéré comme son fils est inévitable.

Winick nous offre un scénario implaccable, la haine, la pitié, le remord, la culpabilité, tout se mèle dans cette histoire spectaculaire, mais aussi très crédible humainement, les portraits de Jason et de Bruce sont remarquables.

Un très grand Batman. Bonne lecture.
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Excellent, Batman confronter à ses vieux démon, les conflits mafieux pour le contrôle de Gotham, les évènements fantastiques et surréaliste lié à d'autre personnage DC, tout y est ! Des dialogues d'enfer entre Batman et Red Hood, toutes les psychoses de la chauve-souris encore une fois mis en avant.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Batman: Under the Red Hood 27 septembre 2011
Par Kori - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I ordered this book after seeing the movie Batman: Under the Red Hood, since I loved the movie and wanted a little more back story. And since I had seen the movie already, I knew, for the most part, how this story would progress. But I was extremely drawn in by this story and I read it in one sitting. And immediately re-read it.

This is an amazing story-well written, well drawn, well colored, well executed.

While I used to be an avid spend-every-Wednesday-at-the-comic-shop comic book reader, I honestly haven't picked up any comics in YEARS. That said, even for a out of the loop reader, I was really drawn in by this story and was able to easily follow along. And while there are things mentioned that were never explained in this book (how did Nightwing jack up his leg? Why can't they contact Barbara Gorden? etc.), there were more questions answered then not. And I appreciated cameos from familiar faces of some of the Justice League and rogue gallery villains throughout the book.

Also, the execution of Batman's confusion, conflict and mourning through the meat of the story is amazingly portrayed. I don't think anyone but this team of writers and illistrators could have done this as successfully.

Bottom line-this is a great book for any Batman fan to read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Vengeance Has No Foresight... 24 juin 2006
Par Riding Buddy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Judd Winick concludes the Under The Hood saga with a cataclysmic ending. Jason's desire for vengeance drives him to kidnap his murderer. Now Batman has a choice, kill Joker, or let Jason kill him.

An expertly written graphic novel. Had me on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next. Spectacular dialogue and intense action sequences build the tension leading up to the stunning climax.

Now unlike the fans who despise Jason Todd and his resurrection, I enjoy the fact that he's come back. It makes the book interesting and I like Jason's character. He's very different from Batman, and seeing the world through the eyes of somone who will cross the line Batman never will is a nice change that I like, I think it's always interesting when good guys go bad. For fans of Jason, this is a must read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best Batman stories you'll ever read! 2 janvier 2012
Par N. Beitler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Title: Batman: Under the Red Hood
Publisher: DC
Writer: Judd Winick
Artists: Doug Mahnke, Paul Lee, Shane Davis, Eric Battle (pencils), Tom Nguyen, Cam Smith, Rodney Ramos, Wayne Faucher, Lary Strucker, Mark Morales (inks), Alex Sinclair (colors), Matt Wagner, Jock, Shane Davis (covers)
Collects: Batman #617-618, 635-641, 645-650, Batman Annual #25
Price: $29.99

My first experience with the character Red Hood actually came from watching the movie Batman: Under the Red Hood (Single-Disc Edition). The movie was quite good. It was definitely one of the better animated movies I have ever seen. After seeing the movie, I wanted to read the source material, so I picked up this book at the library. Very glad I did!

Though most of my favorite Batman tales are ones that take place out of regular continuity, this book is an exception. Fortunately, Judd Winick's writing is also an exception, when it comes to this book. I'd found most of his writing to be extremely average. In the case of this book, however, Winick's writing is nothing short of exceptional. Given the circumstances of the set-up behind this story and the weird explanations behind the changes in the DC universe that were taking place at the time, it's pretty significant that Winick was able to craft such a great story. This story took place shortly after the DC event Infinite Crisis - a mess of an event if there ever was one. For anyone who missed that, you really didn't miss much!

One of the most widely-known stories in DC history is the Batman story Batman: A Death in the Family. Featuring the death of the second Robin (Jason Todd), the story gave new depth to the seriousness of being Batman's sidekick and a new level of menace to the character of The Joker. Jason Todd's death was one of the few major character deaths that was never reversed. Until now, that is.

Though I still remain strongly against the notion of characters returning to life through ludicrous means, it's hard not to make exceptions when really good stories featuring those formerly-deceased characters start to appear. Winick's story of revenge, friendship and morality fires on all cylinders. It's got mystery, drama and action, aplenty, and also features artwork by some of the best artists in DC's stable. The massive book (nearly 400 pages) stands as one of the best Batman (or DC, in general) stories I have ever read, and I'd highly recommend it to any Batman fans. Yes, it's that good!

Writing: 10/10
Artwork: 9/10
Cool Factor: 9/10
Value: 9/10

Overall: 9.25/10
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid collection of a solid Batman story 9 septembre 2011
Par Slim Cat - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I first read this story, in the two separate trades, I had little appreciation for the history and what was being brought to the table. Having gotten this wonderfully put together full collection, I love this story more than ever. Judd Winick does a great job of writing this intense drama for the Dark knight, which shoves one of his greatest failures in his face. Judd is also great with characterization, dealing with the Batman, Red Hood, Alfred, Nightwing, Black Mask, the Joker, and their interactions together. The artwork is also top notch. This one is hard to put down as the writing and art just kept me engrossed in such a heart-breaking tale. This collection even has a nice little bonus at the end of having the section from Jeph Loeb/Jim Lee's Hush storyline, where "the Red Hood" makes his first appearance. The only complaints I have, and are minor, and don't detract a star here but I would give this one a 9 out of 10, is the cheesy silver age portrayal of Mr. Freeze. He's the deranged mad scientist stereotype in this, not the complex more interesting emotional damaged empathetic character that Batman the Animated Series turned him into. And of course, the initial reason for "the Red Hood's" return with a lame Infinite Crises tie-in (although on second reading it's not as bad). All in all a great modern Batman story worthy of anyone looking for a great read!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Soilers ahead 13 juin 2006
Par Rayhan S - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the second volume in the Under the Hood saga which returns Jason Todd alive and well into Batman continuity. This book collects Batman #645-650 which wraps up the Hood story-line and collects Batman Annual #1 which is where the hows and the why of Jason's return is revealed.

This book picks up right after volume one. Batman is still coming to grips with Jason's return and is analyzing everything (even the coffin where he was buried) to confirm his return. We also get a glimpse into how Batman met Jason and the gradual change that Jason undergoes. Meanwhile, Jason continues his fight against Black Mask and does everything from blwoing up his shipments to launching a missile through Black Mask's office. Black Mask is then drafted into Luthor's secret society with Deathstroke serving as the liaison. The Society dispatches Captain Nazi and Hyena and Count Vertigo to take down Jason. They almost succeed until Batman interferes. The fight scene with Batman and Jason is worth the price of the book alone. Mahnke does an excellent job of showing well...pretty much everything. But as usual, Jason crosses the line and Batman has to take him in.

I don't want to spoil the story any further other than that this is possibly one of my favorite Batman stories in the recent years. The story itself has a lot of heart and portrays the estraanged but at the same time very profound and intricate that Bruce and Jason share, the bond between a father and a son. The internal monologue is very well written for both Batman and Alfred. I love the way Winnick flashbacks into more happier times in Bruce's life and told by Alfred. It also shows the depth of Batman and Alfred's relationship. And as for Jason's return, I like how Winick ties it into the larger infinite crisis. His return is not cheapened by being restircted to Batman's Rogue's gallery. It is bigger than Batman and his villains and is part of the bigger events happening in the DC Universe. That's just the way it should me.

The art chore is split between Doug Mahnke, Eric Battle and Shane Davis. Dough Mahnke is hands down my favorite but Shane Davis is a close second. Shane does great pencils and is very detailed. This guy is going to be one of the more popular artists soon.

If you are still reading this, then stop and go out and buy the book. You get a hefty helping of good comics under $8.00. It's a great story for a very reasonable price. Highly recommended.
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