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  1. "Batman: Under the Hood" (also known as "Batman: Under the Red Hood") is a comic book story arc published by DC Comics, written by Judd Winick and primarily illustrated by Doug Mahnke. Featuring Batman in the monthly title of the same name , it ran from February 2005 to August 2005, before going on a short hiatus and returning from November 2005 to April 2006.

  2. violent, infamous scene from Under the Red Hood in which The Joker murders Robin. All rights reserved to Warner Bros.

  3. Red Hood is the name of several characters usually associated with the Batman mythos as villains. It was the original alias of the Joker, before the accident that drove him insane. Prior to his transformation he had been committing robberies in this disguise until Batman caught him at the Ace Chemical Processing Plant and accidentally pushed him into a vat of chemicals. Many years later Jason ...

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  5. Red Hood (not to be confused with Joker's former identity), a known anti-hero and former partner of Batman, is a playable character in Injustice 2 (2017). He is classified as a Gadget user in the game. Red Hood was the second DLC character released and first DLC character available as part of Fighter Pack 1. Born to Catherine Elizabeth and Willis Todd, Jason Todd was the product of an ...

  6. Red X is an anti-hero and a former "villain identity" employed by Robin. First introduced in the animated series Teen Titans, he was Robin's rival and archenemy. The character remained exclusive to both the series and its continuations, Titans Go!. Red X was eventually adapted into the comics as part of the Future State: Teen Titans #1, eventually appearing in Teen Titans Academy #1. Red X was ...

  7. This page is about the original comic book character. For other versions of the character, see The Joker (Disambiguation). For the 2019 film, see Joker (film). The Joker is a supervillain and the archenemy of Batman. First introduced in Batman #1 (Spring 1940), he was originally a criminal mastermind with a devious sense of humor. Initially intended to serve as a one-time appearances, Joker's ...

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