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For others who have used the alias Robin, see Robin. For the episode of the same, see Jason Todd (episode). He was also the 2nd Robin for The Batman in the DC Comics

"In living color. I got a new name now though, you'll be hearing it a lot around here... Red Hood."
—Jason Todd to Dick Grayson[src]

Jason Todd (born August 16, 1999-2020; resurrected 2020)[2] is a vigilante and the second Robin, making him the successor of Dick Grayson and the former partner of Batman, also a former member of the Titans. At the request of Bruce Wayne, he was taken under the care of Dick Grayson and became an official Titans affiliate.

After becoming disillusioned with the Titans and Batman, Jason Todd was killed at the hands of the Joker. After his murder, Jason Todd was later resurrected by Jonathan Crane and became a ruthless and the most dangerous criminal and vigilante known as Red Hood, becoming Jonathan Crane's partner and an enemy of the Titans as a result. Jason Todd later became an ally under the agreement with Dick Grayson to stop and put an end to Jonathan Crane's plan for destroying Gotham City, and put Jonathan Crane behind bars in Arkham Asylum.


Early life[]

Jason was born to an unnamed man and woman on August 16, 1999, who quickly neglected him and left him with his uncle Ray.[1] Sometime later, Jason's mother died of an overdose and his father was killed by Two-Face.[3] His uncle frequently took him to bars but his uncle's drunken antics had them kicked out on multiple occasions. As a child, Jason read about the vigilante, Robin. Unfortunately, around 2012, Ray overdosed, leaving Jason to fend for himself.[1] In and out of the foster-care system for three years, Jason found himself being prescribed medication such as Ritalin, Adderall and Dexedrine, though the first foster family he had took the receipts for their own use.[3] Jason later began committing petty theft, such as stealing hubcaps. At the age of sixteen, he attempted to steal the hubcaps off of the Batmobile but was stopped by Batman, who took him in and trained him as the new Robin.[1]

Rescuing Dick Grayson[]

Jason and Dick, with their respective suitcases, take an elevator to Bruce Wayne's safehouse.

After a year in Gotham City, Bruce sent Jason to find Dick Grayson to warn him that members of Haly's Circus were being systematically murdered. When Jason located Dick, he was in the midst of an ambush with soldiers from the Organization. Jason assisted Dick by taking down six armed soldiers,[4] before helping Dick carry the body of Dr. Adamson to his car. While Jason expressed his passion for being the new robin they headed to a safe house. Before Dick could depart, Jason explained his true reason for being there, giving him files and autopsy reports that informed him on the death of his circus friends. Shortly afterward, they were joined by Dick's friends and he met Kory Anders, Rachel Roth, and Gar Logan for the first time.

Finding the location of the remaining circus survivor, Clayton Williams, Jason and Dick headed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin where they attempted to enter a bar, in which Clayton worked. Although Dick was allowed inside, the bouncer automatically recognized Jason's ID as a fake and denied him entry. Despite being told to wait outside, Jason headed around the back and waited by the back door, sneaking in when someone exited to dispose of trash. As he entered, he flirted with some women and headed for the bar. He grabbed a stranger's drink and flirted with her, offering to buy her a new drink. However, her boyfriend took issue, causing Jason to pick a fight with him. Before it could escalate, Dick intervened, but there was an explosion that stunned everyone in the location. They exited the bar, where Dick received a call from Nick Zucco, revealing himself as the serial killer responsible for the deaths of the circus mates. Before Dick departed to rescue a now kidnapped Clayton, Jason was given a brief speech on why he should not be Robin.

Despite this, Jason followed Dick anyhow and intervened in a fight between Dick and Zucco. Shot by an acid bullet, Jason made a remarkable recovery thanks to his suit's durable properties. Zucco was defeated and the police promptly arrived at the scene. Responding to reports of gunshots they were brutally beaten down by Jason. After severely attacking them, Jason was pulled aside by Dick, who took serious issue with his extreme violence, but Jason simply brushed it off and left, insulting Dick's identity crisis in the process.[1]


Jason and the other Titans become entranced by Trigon's darkness.

With Bruce out of the mansion for some time, Jason chose to entertain himself riding his motorbike indoors. He was interrupted by Dawn Granger and Hank Hall, who asked for his help to save Rachel and company. Once they arrived at the house, they met Donna Troy and Kory Anders there, who informed them about Rachel, her demonic father Trigon, and his plans to take over the world. Once granted access into the home, Jason was automatically taken into an illusion, in which Dick killed Batman. Enraged at the act, he and Dick battled it out. As a last resort, he grabbed a loaded, nearby gun—the same one that murdered Bruce's parents—and shot him straight through the head. This caused Jason to be instantly consumed by darkness and fall succumb Trigon's agenda. Possessed alongside the others, including Dick Grayson, Jason was mind-controlled to lethally assault Gar. Ultimately, Rachel managed to defeat Trigon, causing all of the Titans to snap out of their possessed states. Bidding farewell to the others, Jason, along with Dick, Gar and Rachel headed to parts unknown. They made a quick stop at Bruce Wayne's, whereupon Bruce allowed them use of a Titans Tower so long as they took Jason. Arriving in San Francisco, they acquainted themselves with the old Titans' base of operations.[5]

Being a Titan[]

Jason makes an attempt to train with Gar while blindfolded.

Living in Titans Tower for the next three months, the newly-formed team began training tirelessly. Using Dick's suggestion of a blindfold, Jason and Gar sparred. However, Jason became annoyed when Gar properly hit him, leading to Dick stressing the importance of the exercise. That night, the team converged in the living room as helicopters flew past the tower. Turning on the news, they saw reports of a silver-haired girl, Rose Wilson, fleeing from police. With Jason impressed with her skills, Dick went to retrieve her, bringing her unconscious body to the tower to recuperate. Meanwhile, Jason highlighted how they did not know if they could trust her. Wanting to find out who she was, Jason and Gar took her old bandage and analyzed the blood, finding her identity to be that of Rose Wilson, the daughter of Deathstroke.[6]


After spending long periods time in the Tower, Jason and the others continue to adjust to their new home. Jason grows frustrated and impatient in being left out of the fight. He, like the others, try interacting with the newcomer, Rose. After the Titans return from their latest mission against Doctor Light, Jason confronts Dick over their failure, and how they could take him out. Jason gets angry and tries hitting him, but is knocked down in one move. After Doctor Light evades the Titans again, Jason rebels and takes Gar with him to search for Doctor Light by themselves. They both take to the underground sewers. When Jason encounters Doctor Light, he recalls Dick's training and beats him down, only to face Deathstroke who later kidnaps him.

Jason is held captive by Deathstroke and blindfolded, while being questioned by his captor on being a Titans member, stating that he was being used, like his friends, by Grayson, and will eventually be killed for his ends. Deathstroke later contacts the Titans, stating Jason will be released in exchange for Rose, and he mislead them using Jason's removed tracker. After the Titans arrive, Dick secretly meets with Deathstroke to trade himself for Jason, but he is unmoved, revealing Jason being bound to a set of explosives. Kory comes in, but they fail to prevent the explosives' activation, sending Jason falling.[7]

Jason is unexpectedly saved by Conner mid-fall, who swiftly lands on a car, saving him.[8] Amidst the house, the Titans find several objects implanted in their rooms which bring painful memories, which Jason is accused of, which impacts Jason further after he is dealing over the trauma of the fall. He later trains for stress relief, which Dick confronts him on, and Jason snaps at him. After Jason is feeling the impact of his trauma and the scorn he's facing, Jason contemplates suicide and goes up on the roof to jump, Grayson meets him and consoles him over his trauma, and confesses his part of recent events unfolding, saying he's at fault on it, due to his past actions.[9]

After Jason decides he has to leave from the Titans, he grows closer to Rose after taking her to his old school and also uncovers her secret after she gets out of Deathstroke's plan, which causes them to become estranged.[10]

Todd arrives via motorcycle at the airport out of respect for Donna Troy and subsequently leaves the team, returning to Gotham City.[11]

Rejoining Batman and death[]

Jason is beaten to death by the Joker.

Back in Gotham City at the Wayne Manor, Todd begins experiencing nightmares for a few weeks. During one such nightmare, Bruce Wayne wakes him and asks if he's okay before suggesting he see an old friend of his, Dr. Leslie Thompkins. After getting impatient with not being able to be Robin, and still traumatized over his near-death experience in San Francisco, he goes to visit the Scarecrow in Black Gate. He begins helping Crane in exchange for a drug that will eliminate his fear. After Crane learns that the formula works, he wants to see if Todd is fearless by manipulating him into getting killed by the Joker. Todd tracks down the Joker and calls Wayne, though Wayne asks him to stand down. Todd promises to do so, but takes the anti fear gas and suits up as Robin to confront the Joker anyways. He arrives at the amusement park and is ambushed by the Joker, who beats him to death with a crowbar.

Resurrection and becoming Red Hood[]

"You're gonna give this city what it really needs with no hesitation, no guilt, no fear. New mask, new name, new you. We'll punish all of them for what this city has done to us and then you'll be their symbol. Gotham doesn't understand justice, it only understands terror. You'll be their mirror now. Stand tall Red Hood, show them what they are."
—Johnathan Crane to Jason Todd

Jason returns from the dead.

Afterwards, Todd’s body is taken by Crane's Alcatel to a hidden Lazarus Pit under Arkham Asylum where he is resurrected. When Todd awakens, he finds Crane there, who calms him and gives him a better version of the anti fear gas, all the while manipulating Todd into working with him. Equipped with an arsenal of weapons and a new suit, Jason takes up the new moniker of Red Hood. His first act is to confront and kill Pete Hawkins, saving a young boy, Diego, from his kidnapper in the process. After returning the boy to his friend, Molly, he sets out.

Revealing Red Hood and deal with Mob[]

Todd tracks down second in command gangsters and kills them. He then sets up a meeting with the mob, violently revealing his new Red Hood identity, putting a bag in front of them with the heads of their lieutenants. He promises to protect them if they give 40%. After killing a defiant gangster, the mob agrees to work with him.


Eventually, Todd comes to his senses and stops taking the drug. After doing so, he finds a resurrected Dick Grayson and is asked to help him stop Jonathan Crane. Todd agrees and joins Grayson in his plan to stop him. Todd infiltrates Wayne Manor and fights off Crane’s men as Gar Logan deactivates the code. When Logan sees Todd, Todd tells him not to be worried. Todd then is joined by Grayson who thanks him for his help.

Later, Todd is reunited with Bruce Wayne when he returns to the Manor and opts to be a vigilante on his own.


Despite what he is supposed to stand for, Jason can be quite brash and prefers to solve most issues with violence.

"That's the coolest part about being Robin. Wearin' a mask. I can do whatever the fuck I want."
—Jason Todd[src]

Jason is a young man who has a lot of duality to him. Jason has a lot of unresolved anger due to his upbringing and years of familial neglect, therefore he can be violent and impulsive. He takes amusement in provoking fights and, as shown when fighting cops, has an unrelenting technique to his fighting style. He has a short temper and can sometimes insult people whenever he feels offended or belittled. He does not like being bossed around or told what is best for him, especially if he feels strongly opposed to it. As seen with his interactions with Dick, he is either willing to rebel or disobey orders and do as he sees fit.

Jason has expressed on more than one occasion how much he looked up to Robin as a child. Although he has a lot of respect for his role as Robin, he has some skewed beliefs about the responsibility and sacrifice that comes with it. For instance, Jason loves being Robin, thinking of it as the best job in the world and believes that it is Robin's duty to be a distraction for Batman's enemies. However, he also has the questionable notion that being Robin means he can do whatever he wants, even if it means assaulting people he personally has issues with.

He can show a playful side, being charismatic and flirtatious. He has flirted before, notably with Dawn. However, he gets a kick out of openly doing it in front of other women's significant others. Overall, he is a thrill-seeker and often has questionable motives when appearing to show a different side to him.

Despite that, he truly feels a responsibility for keeping people safe against enemies who he believes may harm and endanger the public, including his allies. There are times where his pride can get the best of him and get him into trouble. Unfortunately, because of this trait, he once went against orders, allowing himself to become abducted and experience a near-death experience that ultimately traumatized him. After this experience, despite his arrogant behaviour, he has revealed to have his limits. He has gotten emotional over numerous false accusations and even contemplated suicide.

After his tenure with the Titans, Jason became disillusioned with their treatment of him and suffered from trauma due to his near-death experiences with Deathstroke. Upon returning to Gotham, Jason quickly returned to his old rule-breaking ways. Believing that his father-figure Bruce didn't value him as much as his predecessor, Dick, Jason rejected Bruce's attempts at forcing him to step down as Robin. Desperate to prove himself, Jason decided to rely on a form of Jonathan Crane's anti-fear gas, causing him to go rogue in an attempt to take down the Joker. Instead, Jason's trauma caused him to freeze as the Joker murdered him.

After Crane used a Lazarus Pit to resurrect Jason, his personality was corrupted by his need for recognition, respect and value, taking more morally askew means than ever before. Evermore eager to pursue his plan in spreading their anti-fear gas, Jason still found himself sidelined by Crane. Additionally, Jason developed a much crueller and strategic method of combat, now willing to kill even his former friends to achieve his goals. However, Jason eventually came to his senses after withdrawal from the anti-fear gas and Crane's increasing mental instability, teaming up with Nightwing again when the latter offered for his help, but he declines to return as Robin or rejoin the Titans because he thinks that nothing he ever does will ever make up for what he has done as Red Hood. Although he reconciles with Dick and Bruce, he decides to leave Gotham.


"Jason's strong. He'll fight back."
Gar Logan[src]
  • Peak Physical Condition: Due to his training with Batman, Jason Todd's body is at the pinnacle of the human condition. He has displayed peak human strength, speed, agility, stamina, and reflexes because of his extensive training.
    • Peak Human Strength: Jason's physical strength was shown when he grabbed an armed police officer wrist and twisted it to the opposite direction. Then when fighting against Doctor Light, he lifted him from behind to then have him put to the ground as well as strangled him with his leg while he was chained. He was even able put Hank Hall in a chokehold, to hold him long enough before hitting the latter in the back of the head with his pistol knocked out and tossed a man out of a several stories window.[12] He even punched Crane to the point of his mouth bleeding before becoming unconscious with one to two strikes of impact. [13]
    • Peak Human Speed: He possesses peak-level speed as he was able to move very quickly when fighting off numerous police officers both armed and unarmed in mere minutes before they could place harm on him. Jason's physical speed allows him to even disappear at the blink of an eye.[14] When seeking revenge on Frank kidnapper of Diego Martinez, Todd chased him in the total darkness where the criminal tries shooting him multiple times but misses as Red Hood blitzed from each corner to have killed him.
    • Peak Human Agility: Todd also has impressive gymnastics skills and mobility, as he's able to perform tricks, front and backflips when maneuvering over obstacles especially during combat.
    • Peak Human Stamina: During active situations, Jason's conditioning allows him to recover from most injuries very quickly, though not superhumanly as he was able to keep up two encounters with fighting Nightwing albeit he did this in a false reality and second even after being tasered multiple times by his escrima sticks.
    • Peak Human Reflexes: As Red Hood, his reaction speed was capable of shooting an arm thug before he could fire his gun, deflected Nightwing's shuriken and anticipate the approach of one of his escrima sticks being thrown towards him to catch it at fast pace. Todd even dodge from each of Scarecrow strikes when he swung a scythe at him before he ran off.
    • Master Acrobat: Since becoming Robin, Jason has developed free-running skills and could drop from a height of several feet without injuring himself. His skills allow him to fluidly dodge and attack from different directions without losing balance.
    • Honed Senses: Jason has sharp hearing and sight, as well as keen skills of perception. He is able to pick up an incoming danger and react extremely quickly; for example, he was able to react instantly to Gar and Rachel's attacks during their training.[15] He was also able to quickly dodge several of Arthur Light's blasts.[15] Since becoming Red Hood, he even heard Nightwing sneaking behind his position in the woods. [16]
  • Master Combatant/Martial Artist: Jason possesses impressive and prodigious fighting skills, as he was able to take down several armed soldiers and police officers on his own. His combat style is very brutal, by him using more extreme methods, comparative to Bruce and Dick, to incapacitate enemies. His rage and sadism make him a potentially more violent vigilante than Dick Grayson.[4] Jason is also skilled enough to overcome Gar and Rachel during their workouts and was also able to subdue Arthur Light twice, choking him out with just his legs the second time. However, Jason was unable to handle far more experienced fighters such as Dick Grayson or even Slade Wilson.[15] After becoming Red Hood, Jason's combat skills improved to the point that he was able to fight Nightwing on equal grounds three different times. His fighting style seems to be comprised of Boxing, Muay Thai, Karate, Krav Maga, Jiujitsu, Taekwondo, Capoeira, Kali, and Pro Wrestling.
    • Master Knife-Wielder: Jason is highly skilled at using a knife in combat. This is best demonstrated during his first fight with Nightwing where kept him on the defensive back foot with a series of quick slashes and stabs.
    • Expert Swordsman: Jason is seen to have impressive swordsmanship. As he was able to nearly surpass Gar Logan with a wooden sword, he has the ability to combine his martial arts to improve his swordsmanship.[17]
  • Master Marksman: Jason has impressive marksmanship and has demonstrated this ability when he shot Dick point-blank in the head with a gun, albeit he did this in a false reality.[5] As Red Hood, however, he displayed further proficiency with firearms when he took out several gangsters. He could even use guns in close-quarter fights, such as against Nightwing.
  • High-Level Intelligence: Jason is knowledgeable in several fields including strategy, detective work, explosives, and chemistry.
    • Master Tactician: Jason is a highly skilled planner. He was able to use gangsters to commit heists and bombings around Gotham and set ups plan to frame the Titans as criminals by putting bomb on Hank Hall to blackmail them into robbing a van. He later manipulated Dove into activating Hank's bomb by disguising the detonator as a gun and trick her into killing him in order to save Hank.
    • Skilled Detective: Jason developed some skills as a detective under Bruce's wing, as he helped Gar locate Arthur Light by having him search for heat sensors in underground tunnels.[15] Jason utilized a similar trick to track down the Joker, finding him by tracking the clowns vocal patterns. As Red Hood, he tracked down Hawkins and found Diego.
    • Explosives Expertise: Jason is highly skilled in making and using explosive devices. He disguised a detonator as a gun which was used to trick Dove into activating Hank's bomb.
    • Skilled Chemist: Jason has some skill in chemistry when he reverse engineered Fear Gas to have the opposite effect, turning it into Anti-Fear Toxin.
  • Master of Stealth: Jason is skilled in stealth due to his training as Robin.
  • Skilled Driver: Jason has driving skills, as he has mentioned that he's capable of driving the Batmobile.[1] He's also capable of riding a motorcycle.[5]
"I'm not afraid of him. I'm not afraid of anything anymore."
—Jason Todd to Bruce Wayne[src]
  • Indomitable Will: Jason Todd displays an assertive force of willpower making him almost fearless, resilient, including courageous since his persona in vigilantism. When eager to show his bravery by finding Arthur Light, he gets captured by Deathstroke who interrogated him through torturous methods by dropping him off a building which afterwards left him traumatized over it, Bruce arranged him to see Dr. Leslie Thompkins for therapy and forbids Jason from active duty as Robin. However Jason refused to give up and was determined in studying chemistry to create a reversed engineer version of Crane’s fear toxic to suppress his emotion of its feeling and tested it by having himself killed by the Joker. Which was successful after his resurrection from the Lazarus Pit restored his life and made him become more strenuous, disciplined, and brutal than ever as the Red Hood. Todd was even strong enough to overcome his addiction of the anti-toxic and struggled for forgiveness towards the Titans and owned up to all his actions he performed with Scarecrow, and chosen to become good once more.


  • Arrogance: More often than not, Jason believes himself to be better than he is, this has allowed him to underestimate opponents as well as irritate his allies.
  • Addiction: Even after conquering death, Jason still feels the trauma of his previous experience and uses anti-fear toxic to suppress it. However, after running out of the inhaler, he started to have withdrawals from it and continued his persona as a vigilante.


  • Red Hood Suit: Jason wears an armored suit when operating as Red Hood. It comes with a metallic helmet that disguises his voice and belt to hold his weapons and gadgets. He also mostly wears a hooded leather jacket.
  • Twin WE Hi-Capa 5.2 K: Jason carries these dual handguns as Red Hood. They come equipped with a TrustFire G01 attachments with red neon strips. He most notably used it to headshot a gangster during a meeting and to ward off Nightwing to escape from their first fight. He later used them in close quarters combat during his second fight with Nightwing.
  • Combat Knife: Jason has a combat knife holstered on the left side of his belt which he uses as his main weapon in close quarters combat. He used this combat knife during his first fight with Nightwing.
  • Smoke Grenades: Jason uses smoke grenades as both Robin and Red Hood, such as when he took down several armed soldiers or during his first confrontation with Nightwing.[4]
  • Flashbang Device: Red Hood threw and shot a flash bang device to stun Nightwing during their second fight to gain the advantage over him.
  • Grappling Device: As Robin and Red Hood, Jason uses a grappling device to repels him across surfaces. He used a modified one to string a thug up while allowing him to descend from the catwalk.[18] He used a standard grappling gun during his third fight against Nightwing.

Former equipment[]

  • Robin Suit: Jason wears a protective suit whenever he's out fighting crime as Robin. He states it is much more advanced than Grayson's original suit in every way, using Zylon fibers for durability and protection.[1]
  • Briefcase: Jason possesses a briefcase to carry his suit. It can only be opened by passing a fingerprint and retinal scan.[1]
  • Anti-Fear Gas inhaler: Before and after his resurrection, he carries an inhaler which administers a reverse-engineer compound of fear gas in order to eliminate fear.
  • CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1: Jason used this sub-machine gun to take out serval of the crime bosses's henchmen when setting them up with a meeting.
  • CSI STAR XR5: Jason sometimes carries this assault rifle as his primary firearm of choice which he used during both of his fights against Nightwing. It comes equipped with a scope and a tactical flashlight attachment.
  • Colt M4A1: Jason took this carbine assault rifle from a SWAT member under Crane's leadership and used it during the shootout with Crane's other corrupt SWAT members at Wayne Manor, even using it as a striking weapon in close quarters.



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  • In the fake reality, Jason was crippled during a fight with the Riddler, this is possibly a reference to Jason's death at the hands of The Joker during the infamous Death in The Family storyline. This could also be a parallel to Barbara Gordon aka Batgirl in The Killing Joke storyline where she was crippled by the Joker and later became Oracle.
  • Jason seems to be a fan of the film Escape From New York (1981) as he attempts to use the name Robert Plissken as an alias which was the real name of Kurt Russell's character Snake Plissken.
  • Jason has an intense dislike of cops, believing that there are only two types, "Useless and dirty".
  • Jason is an avid beer drinker.
  • Jason has ADHD; the medications he was prescribed that he listed off to Leslie are all used to treat ADHD.

Behind the scenes[]

  • In the DC comics, Jason Todd is the second Robin, he takes up the Robin alias after Dick Grayson became the Nightwing. He was murdered by the Joker, although he would be resurrected many years later and become the anti-hero Red Hood.
  • Curran Walters made an uncredited cameo alongside Alan Ritchson in "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One" as Robin and Hawk, confirming their existence in the Arrowverse. While Earth-9 was vaporized by antimatter, in the New Multiverse, He along with the rest of The Titans still operate in Earth-9.


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