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- His name is Jason Todd. A lot of people say he's crazy. Like, say the entire staff of Arkham Asylum. Maybe they're right. I'm hardly in a position to judge. Anyone. But as he pops out of his disguise--blows my chain off my ball--and gives me my bow and quiver? Let's just say Red Hood is my kind of crazy!
Jason Todd is the son of Catherine Elizabeth and Willis Todd and was conceived unexpectedly in an alleyway.
Jason had a troubled childhood due to his parents constantly arguing; his mother suffered from depression and drug addiction, and his father had been "showing him the ropes of thievery and conning" at a young age, which led him into trouble.
Once when he was a child, Jason's father stole tickets to Haly's Circus from an old couple in a parking lot and took Jason to see the show. That was the first time Jason ever saw Dick Grayson, and was positively awed by him.
When Bruce Wayne returned to Gotham and began his career as Batman, one of his first missions was stopping a group of masked criminals called the Red Hood Gang, lead by Red Hood One. Following this, Batman would battle the Riddler, in a confrontation that lead to all of Gotham City's power being shut off right before a massive hurricane, crippling the city in what would be known as the "Zero Year".
Jason Todd, a teenager at the time struggling to support his drug-addicted mother in Gotham's Park Row, fought for survival as Gotham went feral. When Jason's best friend Chris gave him the mask of a deceased Red Hood Gang member to join in the gang's revival and become who he wanted to be, Jason agreed, giving himself the name "Red Hood Four".
On the night of the gang's revival, Jason, wanting to be a hero, tried to stop a fight between some gang members and a mysterious woman named Talia al Ghul, who was investigating the Red Hood Gang. Jason earned Talia's respect and managed to impress her further by perfectly performing a fighting move invented by the All-Caste that even she couldn't master. Despite Jason's desire for peace, Talia murdered the leader of the Red Hood Gang revival and, when she returned to her father Ra's al Ghul, expressed interested in keeping an eye on Jason Todd in the future. 
Someone else keeping an eye on Jason, unbeknownst to him, was the original Red Hood One - the man who had recently fallen into a vat of acid at Ace Chemical Processing Plant and would take the name Joker. Seeing Jason's prowess, Joker began orchestrating events in Jason's life to lead him to becoming Batman's sidekick - so that he could then kill him to hurt Batman. The Joker caused Jason's father to wind up in prison, where he would apparently die, and faked Jason's mother death with a non-lethal poison to make it look like she died of an overdose. Jason, thinking he was an orphan, was forced into stealing to survive.
When Jason was sixteen, he made an attempt to steal the tires off the Batmobile, managing to get one off before being discovered by Batman. Expecting to be beaten for his crime, Jason was surprised to be offered food instead. He and Batman talked while eating, and Batman told him that sometimes if you gave people a chance, they might surprise you. Jason would take these words to heart, even years later.
Batman attempted to help Jason by getting him settled in Ma Gunn's School for Wayward Boys, not knowing that the establishment was a front for training the children to be criminals. Despite this, Jason did see the place as a home for a while. Realizing his mistake though, Batman went to rescue him and Jason aided the hero by shoving Ma Gunn out a nearby window. Some time after this, Batman decided to take Jason in personally and train him to be the new Robin after his first one had graduated to a new title, which Jason took to enthusiastically.
Life (and Death) as Robin
After six months of intensive training, Jason was out in the field as the second Boy Wonder. Jason was determined to live up to the legacy of Robin that Dick Grayson had put in place, but it soon became apparent that Jason was troubled. He fought recklessly, seemingly haunted by the memory of his father. Jason received mentoring from Nightwing on various martial arts and fighting techniques and met Roy Harper, offering to be his friend in the future should he be in need of one.
Being put on monitor duty due to his unruly behavior, Jason one day found a picture of his mother Catherine, who was surprisingly alive. He used all his skills to make his way to the Middle East without telling Batman, in an attempt to reunite with his mother. It soon became apparent that Catherine was being blackmailed by the Joker and had lured her son there for him.
Jason learned that most of his major life events were orchestrated by the Joker, who then brutally beat the boy with a crowbar, and left him and Catherine to die at the hands of a time bomb. Batman arrived too late to save them due to Jason's skills in covering his tracks and was only able to hold Jason's lifeless body in his arms.
Six months after his death and funeral, Jason was resurrected by a mysterious cosmic event. However, he still sustained his injuries from the Joker's beating and suffocated in his own grave, leaving him in a catatonic state. Talia Al Ghul, who had been keeping an eye on him since the Zero Year, retrieved Jason and used the Lazarus Pit to restore his body and mind to full health. Jason would later remember seeing Talia looking down at him in fear as he was reborn. Afterwards, Talia took Jason to Ducra, the ancient instructor of the All-Caste, a group of warrior monks and begged her to train the boy. Jason developed a romantic attraction to Ducra's daughter Essence during this time.
After completing his training in the All-Caste which included management for his anger, Ducra wanted Jason to let go of his rage and move on, stating that 'One day your heart will shine brighter than the dark fury inside of you. And that day will be glorious'. However, Jason thought the only way to get revenge for what the Joker did to him was by rejecting his newly learned philosophies and teachings.
He eventually joined the League of Assassins, where he was trained by Bronze Tiger and Lady Shiva. However, he disliked the fact that the group was not interested in justice like he was but merely in self-gain and left them.
Jason resurfaced in Gotham as the gun-toting vigilante Red Hood, having appropriated the alias that the Joker had used prior to becoming the Clown Prince of Crime. Back with a vengeance, Jason protected Gotham with his new brand of lethal justice.
Red Hood and the Outlaws
While on a mission, Jason was injured in a submarine explosion and met Starfire for the first time, who nursed him back to health. Jason bonded with Kori and one day found out that his old friend Arsenal was to be executed in Qurac. Jason enlisted Kori's help and both rescued him, thus forming a new morally-grey group known as the "Outlaws".
An old acquaintance, Essence, contacted Red Hood to warn about the coming danger of The Untitled. They soon found that the Untitled had already annihilated former teachers of Jason's, the All-Caste, in one of their bases in the Himalayas. Vowing revenge, Jason led the trio to the All-Caste's headquarters, seeking out the Chamber of All. In this pool of history, they learned more about their opponent. Here, they were told to supply S'aru, a four millennia old Proctor, with a cherished memory before entering. Jason's memory was an evening he and Bruce took off during his time as Robin due to Jason being too ill to fight. 
Upon leaving, Jason was offered his cherished memory back. However, he chose to leave it behind. Later, they found and destroyed a member of the Untitled in Middleton, Colorado. Essence returned that evening, revealing to Jason that she betrayed the All-Caste in favor of the Untitled due to her mother, Ducra, being possessed by them. However, she was swiftly defeated by the Outlaws as they returned to their quest.
Death of the Family
After being invited to a Bat-family debriefing in the Batcave despite his strained relationship with them, Red Hood was informed by Bruce that the Joker had apparently discovered all of their secret identities and was planning on attacking them privately.
Jason left but was soon ambushed by the Joker and held captive alongside Red Robin. Here, Jason discovered that the Joker had effectively been torturing him all his life. The Joker claimed he had wanted to create a Robin who would cross the line Batman was unwilling to cross. Refusing to give further information, Joker then knocked the duo out before they could escape.
Later, Red Hood and the others awoke in a cave underneath Gotham, apparently having had their faces cut off and displayed in front of them on ice. However, this was all a trick and, in a last ditch effort, Joker gassed them all with the intent of having them kill each other. However, Red Hood and the others all managed to overcome the Joker's mind control through the love and trust they shared with one another.
Scarred by what he had learned from the Joker and the events that had unfolded, Jason refused to meet up with the rest of the family afterwards. Despite this, Jason and Bruce finally reconciled after he discovered Bruce had waited by his bedside after Jason had a particularly dangerous reaction to the Joker's gas. 
Feeling his former protégé deserved a second chance, Batman offered Jason a place in Batman Incorporated as the second Wingman, only asking that he not reveal his identity to the others. He teamed up with Damian Wayne, who operated under the name Redbird, though Damian was unaware of Jason's identity. Upon finding out who his partner all this time had been, Damian was hurt and confused. This was doubled by the fact that Bruce then informed him that he was to be benched as Robin until further notice.
Despite the fact he was now apart of Batman Incorporated, Jason barely got involved with the team and was not present when Damian was killed by Heretic. Jason did approach Bruce upon learning of another Robin's demise and attempted to ease whatever pain he was feeling. However, upon finding his old mentor had surrendered to the cruel emotionless drive in his grief to bring Damian back, Jason once again cut himself off from the Bat-family.
League of Assassins vs. The Untitled
Troubled by the past few months, Jason went back to the temple of the All-Caste and had all his painful memories erased from his mind by S'aru. This ultimately resulted in Jason having no recollection of his friends, enemies, allies, and experiences. Arsenal took him back to their base of operations, where he discovered what he had done and believed himself to be nothing more than a killer. Jason ran off in an attempt to find out who he really was.
While searching for himself, Jason was attacked by several members of the League of Assassins. After his initial defeat, they asked him to go with them, and he agreed, thinking that he may receive the answers he is looking for. They took him to 'Eth Alth'eban, the city of the League of Assassins, and Bronze Tiger told him this is where his new life would begin as the new leader of the League of Assassins.
The League of Assassins gathered and told him that only he knew how to save the League from a threat called the Untitled, but he told them that his memory was gone, therefore he didn't remember what he was supposed to know. Lady Shiva threatened to take control from Jason, but as she did so, Roy Harper arrived in the name of the Untitled to destroy the gates to the city.
Roy initially seemed to have the upper hand, but Jason and the League engaged and defeated him. Roy destroyed a wall of rock, revealing the "Well of Sins". Jason agreed to lead them, provided the League did not kill his friends. After a long battle, the last member of the Untitled revealed himself to be Ra's al Ghul, and he resumed control of the League once more.
Red Hood, Arsenal, and Starfire apologized to one another for their infighting, as Roy and Kori were slated to be executed by the League of Assassins under new-old management. At this time, conveniently, Jason's memories returned. Jason and Cheshire betrayed the League and freed the Outlaws. Red Hood confronted Ra's al Ghul head on and defeated him, with Essence arriving to help them escape the city's destruction.
When they were safe, Essence asked if Jason would join in the rebuilding of the All-Caste, but he declined.
Red Hood and Arsenal: Heroes for Hire
After Red Hood helped fend off Joker's final endgame against Batman, Bruce and the Joker in the caves under Gotham - initiating a new era without the two of them.
The Outlaws dissolved, with all three members going their separate ways.
After helping Arsenal during a solo operation though, Jason convinced Roy to work with him again. The duo set up shop in Roy's warehouse despite being broke. To raise funds, they turned to fixer Tara Battleworth for a job. Though she disliked their reputations, she gave them a job as mercenaries. Though they were successful with their mission, they were fired because Roy set up his own Hero-for-Hire side business for the two to make money that competed with Battleworth's.
Taking another contract, the two discovered the existence of Underbelly, the physical embodiment of all the world's corruption. When Underbelly tried to recruit Jason to his cause, the duo responded by vowing to destroy him. Anticipating where Underbelly would go to hide, the two headed to the most crime-ridden city on the planet: Gotham. While there, the Heroes-for-Hire were caught in the sights of the new Batman and convinced him to help them take down Underbelly.
Once Underbelly was caught, Jason visited the youth center he went to as a kid and found that Bruce was alive. Though he didn't understand why Bruce didn't recognize him, he was satisfied to learn that he was alive.
Batman and Robin Eternal
After splitting off from Arsenal, Jason went back to his solo career and set up in an abandoned bomb shelter under a police station in Gotham. During this time, Batman asked him to investigate a new connection between city hall and a new international crime cartel. Over the course of his investigation, Jason learned that the mayor had been infected with a techno-organic virus. Jason cured the mayor under the guise of an assassination attempt in order to provide himself an in with the Gotham underground. This worked as he caught the attention of Black Mask, who he suspected of being behind the virus. Batman confronted Jason about the plan, and while initially against it, he eventually agreed on the condition that Jason not kill anyone. Jason agreed.
To get closer to the conspiracy, Red Hood accepted an offer from Black Mask to become the heir to his criminal empire and began doing jobs for the crime boss to learn more. On one of his missions, Red Hood was sent to steal the Amazonian weapon the Bow of Ra while in transit, which put him in opposition with the Amazon warrior Artemis. Though they temporarily fought, Red Hood confided in Artemis that he was undercover, and the two worked together to try to protect their respective interests without blowing his cover. In the same illegal shipment, the heroes discovered a failed clone of Superman created by Lex Luthor known as Bizarro.
Black Mask had Artemis captured and imprisoned and, though Red Hood failed to secure the Bow of Ra, Sionis enjoyed his other prize of Bizarro, releasing the clone from his containment and brainwashing him to obey his commands. Red Hood developed sympathy for the creature and secretly showed him kindness, being reminded of his own resurrection by the monster's new, fragile life. Black Mask revealed to Red Hood that he knew that he was a spy but offered him the opportunity to join his operation for real. Jason refused and, freeing Bizarro from his mind control and Artemis from her prison, defeated Black Mask and put him in a coma, frustrated by his no-kill promise to Batman.
This "dark trinity" became the newest version of the Outlaws, and their first mission together was to relocate the Bow of Ra.
The Hunt For The Bow
Whilst cleaning up some business in Gotham involving threatening Black Masks remaining business partners Artemis finds the recordings of the scientists who made Bizarro, in its they explain that the clone before the current iteration of Bizarro was only letting them live, it could see them anywhere, hear them anywhere and that if it doesn't grow mentally then it could cause the next apocalyptic threat. Jason prepares for this buy taking enough kryptonite from batman to create a bullet planning to execute Bizarro now in order to prevent any future problems however when Bizarro expresses his desire to be a Jason's friend and be the best version of himself Jason holsters the gun.
Whilst flying on a jet to Qurac the plane is shot down by the bow. Jason is captured by the Qurac military led by General Heinle who they believe possesses the Bow. While Jason is integrated by them and subsequently begins to believe this is all an elaborate ploy by the joker to get h to relive his death Bizarro helps refugees and Artemis meets what remains of her tribe including her thought dead friend Akila. After reliving memories of his death Jason breaks free of his restraints and holds a gun to the general's head however, he quickly realises the general does not have the bow and at that moment is attacked by the amazons. During the battle Artemis and Jason meet and argue who truly has the weapon, though this debate is quickly ended when Akila burns the general with the bow. With the help of a bizarro and Jason artemis manages to take the bow and fire on Akila who begins to combust with eh force of a nuclear bomb. Bizarro grabs her and flies into space for the blast to safely detonate. Artemis decides to stay longer with Jason and bizarro whilst advising the Amazons and people of Qurac to come together. However, at this moment Bizarro begins faints and falls into a coma.
Bringing Bizarro back to Gotham and placing him into the care of Ma Gunn, the outlaw's new hideout Solomon Grundy begins rampaging a nearby carnival Artemis and Jason head out to stop him but are nearly overpowered when Bizarro joins the fight and defeats him easily. However, the fight weakens him to the point where they believe he dies. Attracted by the notion that they've managed to make friends with Bizarro Lex Luthor arrives and offers to try and save him. Begrudgingly the outlaws agree and comfort each other whilst Lex injects green kryptonite into Bizarro which radically alters his brain functions and makes him smarter and healthier than before.
With Bizarro's newfound intelligence he becomes the brains of the outlaws and designs them a new super base. An invisible fortress hanging over Gotham and new jetpacks and weapons to fight criminals, which they immediately put to use stopping one of Professor Pygs heists from penguin before then stealing penguin's money for themselves. After the fight Bizarro shows them their new base and a door he built to travel to any place in existence, including the Batcave. Artemis grows continually uneasy with Bizarros new personality especially after he goads Batwoman and her allies into attacking them and placing them in Belle Reve to be recruited by Amanda Waller. Bizzaro explains that there are bases in the crust of the earth designed by Harvest, a time traveling villain which are now starting to fall into decay and could cause the collapse of the earth. along with killer croc, Harley, captain boomerang and Deadshot they head to the base. Discovering the body of Harvest apparently crucified. In another area of the base Bizzaro explains Harvest had previously fought superboy and had protected the core against kryptonians. Splitting half with the Suicide squad the outlaws take half of the weapons fund and unknown to Jason and Artemis Bizarro steals thousands of gallons of green kryptonite to keep his mind from deteriorating back to its simple state.
Continuing his crusade for Gotham Jason fights the H.I.V.E queen with both tech from Bizarro, after being defeated she senses something wrong with Jason's mind but before she can reveal what it is Bizarro comes crashing through and knocks her out stating she was stalling in an effort to send a powerful psychic blast against Jason. After dealing with her Jason heads to visit MA Gunn however he finds a note from her stating she's away on business, later revealed that Bizarro shrunk her and placed her inside a bottle being kept in his room.
Following this Artemis asks Jason out on a date, during the night Jason reveals more of his childhood and life on the streets, as well as his love/hate relationship with Gotham city. Deciding to go somewhere completely private Jason and Artemis take the quantum doorway t the Batcave. Once inside Artemis reveals that the date was mainly a way to speak freely about Bizarro without him hearing them. Still cautious they communicate only by using a whiteboard and pen. Writing out their concerns Jason states he has to believe that Bizarro has a plan. Whilst this is going on a mysterious man whose face shifts between 3 different heads summons Bizarro to a small bar and advises that it was him who had got them together to form this "dark trinity" and Bizarro's super intelligence was ruining it. Bizarro threatens the man but before anything else can happen he fades out and wakes up to Jason and Artemis carrying him back to base. Over the course of the next few days Jason begins following Bizarro and discovers he ha set a meeting with as many out of business henchmen in Gotham city as he can get and lured them all to a hotel where he plans to kill them all, however seeing how desperate some of these men were Bizarro decides to spare them. While this is happening Artemis breaks int Bizarro's room and discovers the kryptonite.
Bizarro confronts her down there but quickly falls apart revealing how lost he is as he feels his intelligence slipping and begs for her help, eventually she convinces him to destroy the vats of kryptonite., though he secretly keeps a few vials for inhalation. Jason begins laundering the money they stole from penguin through the penguin's own casino and after getting caught easily escapes and after discusses with Alfred whether he's acting because it's the right thing to do or just because he can. When Alfred leaves Jason is approached by a grey-haired woman who reveals herself as Ma Gunn's granddaughter and was told should she disappear she was to deliver some letters to Jason. As Bizarro's mental state worsens he calls Jason to help him get home.
Reading the letters Jason discovers these were written by his father, who expresses regret at his actions in life, and how he had tried to go straight however due to medical bills in Jason's youth he turned back to henchmanning. Over the course of his letters he reveals that while he was responsible for many crimes in his life the one he was sent to jail for was ne he was innocent of, he was framed by penguin, but in order to get out he is going to participate in some secret government experiment in order to get out sooner, after this the letters stop. Distraught, Jason heads to the prison cemetery where he unearths his father's grave and finds it empty.
Enraged by the knowledge that his father did care for him and had been framed by Cobblepott Jason interrupts Cobblepott while es unveiling a new theme park on live TV. Jason surrounds him by smoke take off his mask and reveals his face to Cobblepott and tells him his name and his father's name. Laughing the penguin states that Jason has given away his and by association Batman's identity for a "nobody". Jason, sick of the catch and release nature that only puts henchmen in jail shoots Cobblepott in the face, right through his monocled eye. While fleeing from the scene Jason finds that the Outlaws floating base is beginning to fall apart as without Bizarro's intellect to maintain it. On his way to try and stop it falling he is intercepted by Batman who furious that Jason has broken his no killing rule is now intent upon bringing him in. Not ready to truly fight him Batman kicks him in the helmet shattering it, Jason laughs and mocks him stating that he's never even hit the joker that hard. While brutally beating him, Batman is blasted back by Bizarro who carries Jason back to the base. Realizing the base can't be steered or stopped Bizarro begins pulling it through the quantum doorway after saying goodbye. Determined to follow him Artemis stops Jason and kisses him before throwing him onto a nearby rooftop and following Bizarro through the doorway. Jason watches heartbroken as the base collapses in on itself and disappears along with his friends. Before he can react though he feels Batman still waiting behind him who then continues to beat him, ripping the red bat symbol of his outfit and begins carrying him to jail. However, Jason is once again saved, this time by a surprise arrow shot by one of the original outlaws and Jason's best friend Roy Harper.
Taking Jason back to the island where the outlaws originally lived on Starfire's spaceship, Jason takes the time to heal and uses the ships bio scanners to unsuccessfully search for Artemis and Bizarro. After physically healing, Jason and Roy begin hunting an opioid dealer whom they dealt with before, Suzie Su. Tracking her down to a hospital they are surprised to find her hospitalized due to liver failure. Whilst leaving they are attacked by the sisters of Suzie Su, who are quickly beaten. Suzie Su reawakens and stops the fight telling them she had not poisoned the opioids and that that was the work of an organisation called the underground. Deciding to follow up this lead Jason heads out to find the organisation while Roy heads to the sanctuary for rehab.
Not long after Jason left the Iceberg Lounge behind, almost every staple of the world intelligence community was completely destroyed by the Leviathan Organization in a single night. Among the decimated organisations were A.R.G.U.S., the D.E.O., Spyral, Cadmus and even the Kobra Cult. Jason, like most vigilantes, chose to open his own investigation into the astonishing incident.
Jason investigated each disaster zone individually, but came up with nothing, as there were no corpses to be found at any of the sites, suggesting that the victims had either been completely disintegrated or teleported somewhere.
At the wreckage of A.R.G.U.S.'s new headquarters, Jason was approached by Batman, and the two began sharing investigative notes. Both Jason and Batman believed that Talia al Ghul was not behind the attacks, instead theorizing that Leviathan had a new leader. Batman told Jason that he and a team of detectives had developed a sizable suspect list in an attempt to uncover the identity of Leviathan's new leader, including Amanda Waller, Sam Lane and Steve Trevor.
Batman revealed to Jason that he and the detectives believed Jason to be behind the attacks. Before Jason could question Bruce's logic, the team of detectives consisting of Damian, Green Arrow, Lois Lane, Manhunter, Plastic Man and the Question appeared. The team told Jason they suspected him because of his track record and because he was one of the few people in the World capable of pulling off such an act; furthermore the technology used was suspiciously similar to Batman's tech, something only a few people would have access to, including Jason.
Upon hearing the detectives' statements, Jason ran. Although Batman's team had the numerical advantage, Jason was able to take out each member of the team one-on-one. Before he left, Jason made a statement to Lois Lane, explaining to her that Leviathan was probably using Batman's tech as a way of framing him. After Jason escaped, the team saw validity in his statement and began pursuing other leads.
- Lazarus Enhancement: Due to being immersed in the Lazarus Pits, Jason possesses some magical abilities.
- Business Management: Jason currently runs the Iceberg Lounge.
- Multilingualism: Jason is capable of speaking both English and Portuguese. However, his Portuguese has gotten rusty over the years.
- Martial Arts: Jason has received training from numerous martial arts masters such as Batman, Nightwing, Bronze Tiger, Lady Shiva and the All-Caste. He was considered the All-Caste's most successful pupil earning him respect and secrets only he has been able to unlock. Even Damian, who doesn't have a very high opinion of Jason, considers his older brother to be one of the greatest master fighters to have ever lived.
- Peak Human Condition
- Computer Hacking: Having been taught by Tim Drake, Jason was able to hack into Lexcorp computers in less than five minutes.
- Genius Level Intellect
- Red Hood Costume: After meeting up with Starfire, Jason donned an armored suit, originally belonging to Nightwing, found in her possession. The suit shows a figure closely resembling a bat-symbol colored red and placed in the center of the chest. It also has a built-in taser which Jason uses to get people off of him when necessary.
- Venom (Formerly)
- All-Blades: The All-Blades are a pair of magical blades which can inflict great pain on magical creatures, but are otherwise harmless. Jason can summon the All-Blades at will, but only in the presence of true evil.
- 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 #635. 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.
- Three issues that deal in the origins of how Jason Todd first met Batman in the New 52 greatly conflict. In Red Hood and the Outlaws #0 and Secret Origins (Volume 3) #5, Jason first met Batman after he was caught trying to steal prescription drugs from Leslie Thompkins. However in Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1, Jason first met Batman after he attempted to steal the tires from the Batmobile.
- Jason Todd has a confirmed kill count of 83.
- Jason spent time in Arkham Asylum, where he had therapy sessions with Dr. Quinzel. Though when this happened exactly is unknown.
- Jason kept the tire he originally stole from the Batmobile.
- Jason considers Roy Harper to be his best friend.
- Jason has had brief relationships with Ravager, Essence and Isabel Ardila.
- According to Future Tim, after Jason was killed by the Joker, one of his bones was never set right, which caused a growing debilitating bone spur in his hip joint.
- 272 Appearances of Jason Todd (Prime Earth)
- 185 Images featuring Jason Todd (Prime Earth)
- 48 Quotations by or about Jason Todd (Prime Earth)
- Character Gallery: Jason Todd (Prime Earth)
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws (Volume 2) #23
- ↑ Titans Giant (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws Annual (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #25
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 Red Hood and the Outlaws #20
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 8.2 Red Hood and the Outlaws #0
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Red Hood and the Outlaws (Volume 2) #3
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Red Hood and the Outlaws #1
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #2
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #3
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #4
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #9
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 Red Hood and the Outlaws Annual #1
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #24
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 17.2 Red Hood and the Outlaws #27
- ↑ 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Event Leviathan #2
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 Event Leviathan #3
- ↑ DC Comics Encyclopedia: All-New Edition
- ↑ 21.0 21.1 Detective Comics #968
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws (Volume 2) #32
- ↑ Batman & Robin Eternal #15
- ↑ Batman Eternal #18
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #25
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #8
- ↑ Supergirl (Volume 6) #35
- ↑ Batman/Superman Annual #1
- ↑ 29.0 29.1 Red Hood and the Outlaws #39
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws (Volume 2) #11
- ↑ 31.0 31.1 Red Hood and the Outlaws #7
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws (Volume 2) #4
- ↑ Red Hood/Arsenal #2
- ↑ Red Hood and the Outlaws #10
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