Written by Scott Lobdell.
Art by Pete Woods.
Letters by ALW’s Troy Peteri.
Cover A by Pete Woods.
Cover B by Yasmine Putri.

Jason Todd isn’t the kind of character who does limits. He fights dirty, uses excessive force, and will put his target down permanently if needs be. But if you’re going to operate in Gotham City, you toe the line set by its king vigilante. So after the shocking events of Red Hood and the Outlaws #25, Jason Todd has hit the road sans fellow Outlaws Artemis and Bizarro. This lone wolf is looking for a fight to sate his primal urges, but there’s still a part of him that would see justice done.

Just be careful with that crowbar, Jason.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #26 is a crucial turning point for Jason Todd as series writer Scott Lobdell teams with Justice League artist Pete Woods for a new character-defining arc that sets the former Robin on a brutal new path. After years of teaming with other personae non gratae, Jason has been cast out by Lobdell & Woods into a future of great uncertainty. Scanning the cover, it’s evident that this creative team is digging into the defining traits of a troubled fan favorite—from the red hood pulled sullenly over his iconic helmet to the bloody crowbar gripped in a tight fist, Red Hood has only himself to watch out for… an outlaw gone solo.

Check out this five-page preview of Red Hood and the Outlaws #26, courtesy of DC!

$3.99 | T+ | SEPTEMBER 12

From DC: Jason Todd’s about to take this vigilante game to a whole new level. His partners, Bizarro and Artemis? Gone! His mentor, Batman? Out! His base of operations, Gotham City? Abandoned. Cast out and alone, Red Hood embarks on a bold, brutal new mission, with a new costume, new weapons and a new plan to punish evildoers across the DCU. Plus, Pete Woods (JUSTICE LEAGUE) joins writer Scott Lobdell as this new era begins!