Red Hood / Arsenal Vol. 1 #1

Red Hood / Arsenal Vol. 1 #1

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Red Hood / Arsenal Vol. 1

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Writer Scott Lobdell (SUPERMAN, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS) and artist Denis Medri (Spider-Verse) give you more bang for your buck in RED HOOD/ARSENAL VOL. 1: OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Jason Todd: a former dead Robin turned Outlaw. Roy Harper: a self-destructive tech guru whose perfect aim falters when it comes to alcohol, women and finances. Alone, they’ve fallen on hard times. Together…well, they’re still falling on hard times.

With the Outlaws disbanded, Red Hood and Arsenal go into business for themselves—first as on-staff outlaws for mysterious “fixer” Tara Battleworth, then as freelance problem solvers. Unfortunately for them, business is literally booming after a jolting “job interview” with Underbelly, a seemingly invincible crime boss who claims to have a hand in the corruption running through every major city on Earth.

Traveling to Gotham City to root out society’s Underbelly, the armed brothers-in-arms must also contend with a techno-suited Batman that’s unfamiliar to Jason, and the Hero Manifesto, a villainous organization looking to follow Red Hood and Arsenal’s business model by eliminating the competition. The duo even earns a bonus: facing the self-proclaimed offspring of Gotham City’s greatest mass murderer.

Collects issues #1-6 and DC SNEAK PEEK: RED HOOD/ARSENAL #1.

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  • 14012-61-54-X
  • 978-1-401-26154-2

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ha valorado2 11/10/2016

Unas pocas historias del montón con un cambio de dibujante respecto al volumen anterior (Red Hood & The Outlaws) que no me ha gustado mucho, la verdad. Lo que menos, los nuevos diseños de los personajes.

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