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:''This article is about the second Robin. For his precursor and successor, see [[Nightwing]] and [[Robin]].''
 
:''This article is about the second Robin. For his precursor and successor, see [[Nightwing]] and [[Robin]].''
 
'''Jason Todd'''<ref name=LegacyRobin>(2012-09-29). [http://www.youngjusticelegacy.com/overview/hero Robin entry]. ''youngjusticelegacy''. Retrieved 2012-09-29.</ref> was the second hero to go by the moniker of "Robin". After his untimely death, [[Robin|Tim Drake]] became his successor.
 
'''Jason Todd'''<ref name=LegacyRobin>(2012-09-29). [http://www.youngjusticelegacy.com/overview/hero Robin entry]. ''youngjusticelegacy''. Retrieved 2012-09-29.</ref> was the second hero to go by the moniker of "Robin". After his untimely death, [[Robin|Tim Drake]] became his successor.
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== Background in other media ==
 
== Background in other media ==
* In the comics Jason Todd was the second Robin. Originally a circus artist whose parents were killed by Killer Croc, after the Crisis on Infinte Earths, this was changed to be less like Dick Grayson's origin. Now, he was a street orphan who tried to steal the tires off the Batmobile.
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* In the comics Jason Todd was the second Robin. Originally a circus artist whose parents were killed by Killer Croc, after the Crisis on Infinte Earths, this was changed to be less like Dick Grayson's origin. Now, he was a street orphan who tried to steal the tires off the Batmobile.
 
* Jason was killed by the Joker in the highly publicized ''[[Wikipedia:Batman: A Death in the Family|A Death in the Family]]'' event. He was revived when Superboy-Prime changed the multiverse in ''Infinite Crisis'', and has taken the persona Red Hood since then. He continues to fight criminals, but in a more brutal manner, not shying away from torture and murder.
 
* Jason was killed by the Joker in the highly publicized ''[[Wikipedia:Batman: A Death in the Family|A Death in the Family]]'' event. He was revived when Superboy-Prime changed the multiverse in ''Infinite Crisis'', and has taken the persona Red Hood since then. He continues to fight criminals, but in a more brutal manner, not shying away from torture and murder.
 
* This is Jason's fourth animated appearance. He first appeared in ''Batman: Under the Red Hood'', and his image had a cameo in ''Teen Titans'', the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts, and Bat-Mite showed his death scene in ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold''.
 
* This is Jason's fourth animated appearance. He first appeared in ''Batman: Under the Red Hood'', and his image had a cameo in ''Teen Titans'', the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts, and Bat-Mite showed his death scene in ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold''.

Revision as of 22:59, September 29, 2012

This article is about the second Robin. For his precursor and successor, see Nightwing and Robin.

Jason Todd[1] was the second hero to go by the moniker of "Robin". After his untimely death, Tim Drake became his successor.

History

2011-2015

At some point, Jason took the mantle of "Robin" and joined the Team. After Jason died, under unknown circumstances, Tim Drake became his successor.[1]

Appearances

    Background in other media

    • In the comics Jason Todd was the second Robin. Originally a circus artist whose parents were killed by Killer Croc, after the Crisis on Infinte Earths, this was changed to be less like Dick Grayson's origin. Now, he was a street orphan who tried to steal the tires off the Batmobile.
    • Jason was killed by the Joker in the highly publicized A Death in the Family event. He was revived when Superboy-Prime changed the multiverse in Infinite Crisis, and has taken the persona Red Hood since then. He continues to fight criminals, but in a more brutal manner, not shying away from torture and murder.
    • This is Jason's fourth animated appearance. He first appeared in Batman: Under the Red Hood, and his image had a cameo in Teen Titans, the New Teen Titans shorts, and Bat-Mite showed his death scene in Batman: The Brave and the Bold.

    References

    1. 1.0 1.1 (2012-09-29). Robin entry. youngjusticelegacy. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
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