in search of ray palmer

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In which we have the Green Lantern, Kyle Rayner, who previously picked a fight with Jason over the fact that being a GL obviously prepared him more thoroughly for Cosmic Nonsense than being a Robin ever could, suggesting that they split up because Jason is so annoying obviously, and then at the first sign of a scary homeless man vampire, decides to go running back to Jason. 

And does so. 

anonymous asked:

can you make a master list for Jason? like all his appearances and such? (: i seriously love your blog, thank you for making it!

Good idea, anon :D

*Jason Todd Master list*

Pre-crisis:
Detective Comics 524-566
Batman 357-403
Superman Annual 11 
New Teen Titans 18-31

Post-Crisis:
Batman: Second Chances
DC Retroactive Batman The 80s
Detective Comics 569-582 (skip 575-578)
Nightwing Year One: 101-106
Legends
The Cult
Gotham Knight 43
The diplomat Son
Death in the family

Ghost Jason:
Gotham Knights 34
Nightwing: Secret Files and Origin

His Return:
Batman Hush
Under The Red Hood
Red Hood: Lost Days
Countdown to Final Crisis
Countdown Presents: The search for Ray Palmer
Batman and Robin: The Streets Run Red
Batman and Robin Convergence: Father and Sons

Flashpoint:
The world of Flashpoint 2

New 52:
Red Hood and the Outlaw
Secret Origins 5
Red Hood/Arsenal

Batfamily events:
Night of the Owls
Death of the family
Batman Eternal
Robin Raises
Endgame 
Batman and Robin Eternal
Robin War

Guest appearances:
Batman and Robin 10-12
Action Comics 34
Supergirl 35
Batman/Superman Annual 1
Justice League 19
Grayson 12
Batman/Superman 25-27
Deathstroke 15-17

Rebirth:
Red Hood and the Outlaws

Guest appearances:
Batman #16 & #33
Nightwing #15
Trinity 12-15
Batwoman #6

AUs:
Arkham Knight
Arkham Knight: Genesis
Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade
Li’l Gotham 2/10/12/17/20/21/24
Tiny Titans 23/29/33/39/45/47

anonymous asked:

In your opinion, what are the best Red Hood/Jason Todd comics to read? Not really including RHaTO and Red Hood and Arsenal.

extremely subjective

  • Batman: Under the Red Hood (2005-2006)
  • Red Hood: The Lost Days (2010) 
  • Green Arrow #69-72 (2007)
  • Countdown Presents: The Search for Ray Palmer (2008) /part of a bigger event that is probably necessary to understand the context/
  • Batman/Superman Annual #1 (2014)
  • Batman and Robin #32–37 (2014 - 2015)
  • Robin War (2015) 

anonymous asked:

just wanted to pop in and say its always so nice when I see any beautiful art you post! Any chance you could draw Challengers from Beyond? Jay and Donna and Kyle?

Thank you! ^^ And here’s the Challengers :3 I looooved so much when Jason Donna and Kyle and Bob were searching for Ray Palmer in Countdown!

It’s been a long time I began this art but I was too busy to finish it lol

Where to start reading Kyle Rayner?

Let’s start with his first appearance in Green Lantern vol.3 #48 then continue on

  • Green Lantern vol.3 #49-181 (especially 48-55, 129-136, 142-150)
  • Green Lantern vol.3 #0
  • Flash vol. 2 #128-129
  • Three of a kind (Green Lantern #96, Green Arrow #130, Flash #135)
  • Aquaman vol.5 #10
  • Green Lantern Annual vol.3 #4-9
  • New Titans #115-117, 118-130
  • New Titans Annual #11
  • JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative #1-3
  • Wonder Woman #125
  • Titans #6
  • JLA vol.1 #1-76
  • Green Lantern Secret Files & Origins 2005
  • Green Lantern: Circle of Fire
  • Green Lantern Rebirth
  • Rann/Thanagar War: Infinite Crisis Special
  • Ion
  • Sinestro Corps
  • Countdown to Final Crisis
  • Countdown Presents: The Search for Ray Palmer
  • Blackest Night
  • Brightest Day
  • War of the Green Lanterns
  • Green Lantern: New Guardians v1 #1-16
  • Wrath of the FIrst Lantern arc (esp Green Lantern v5 #17-20, GL:NG #17-20)
  • Lights Out arc
  • New Guardians: Gods and Monsters
  • Godhead arc
  • New Guardians: Storming the Gate
  • Omega Men #1-12
  • Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps Rebirth #1
  • Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #9-27 (ongoing)
  • Green Lanterns #9, 22-24

Also check out Flash/Green Lantern Faster Friends

Superman x Wonder Woman

Could you give me an updated list of Superman and Wonder Woman stories(alternative and main continuity).

Here you go.

SUPERMAN / WONDER WOMAN RELATIONSHIP CHECKLIST 1.3
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Action Comics 598, 600, 754, 761, 781.
All-new Collector’s Edition: Superman vs Wonder Woman C-54 (1978)
The Adventures of Superman (1988) 435,440,522,628,642,643.
The Adventures of Superman Annual 06
Superman 80-page Giant 2 (1999).
Superman Batman 9-13,18
Superman’s Girlfriend - Lois Lane 93, 136.
Superman v2 05, 07, 17, 118, 156, 165, 173, 661.
Superman v1 241 (1971)
Superman v1 Annual 11 (1984)
Superman - Distant Fires (1998)
Superman - Red Son (2003) 1-3.
Wonder Woman v1 131 (one panel), 300 (1983)
Wonder Woman v2 8, 15, 16, 50, 61, 88, 112, 125, 126, 140, 141, 142, 162, 170-176, 195, 212, 219, 220, 226.
Wonder Woman v2 Annual 2 (1989)
Wonder Woman - Spirit of Truth (2001).
World’s Finest v1 (1971) 204
All-Star Batman and Robin 5
DC Comics Presents 9, 32 (1981), 76.
DC - The New Frontier (2004) 1-6.
JLA - A League of One (2002).
JLA - Midsummer’s Nightmare (1996) 1-3.
JLA - Our Worlds at War
JLA - Act of God (2001) 1-3.
JLA - Created Equal (2000) 1-2.
JLA - Riddle of the Beast (2003).
Justice League of America v1 1 (1960), 69 (1969), 143 (1977), 170 (1979)
Justice League of America v1 Annual 6 (two panels - 1992)
JLA v3 83, 96, 101-106.
JLA v4 0, 25, 26, 31.
Legends of the DCU (2000) 30-32
Trinity (2003) 1-3
JLA - Secret Files and Origins 01.
JLA - Seven Caskets.
JLA/JSA: Secret Files & Origins 1 (2003)
JSA - Thy Kingdom Come 1-3 TPB (2009) (Includes: Kingdom Come Special - The Kingdom (2008))
The Kingdom (1999) 1-2
Kingdom Come (1996) 1-4
The Dark Knight Strikes Again (2002) 1-3
Countdown Presents: The Search for Ray Palmer - Red Son (2008)
Teen Titans v3 Annual (2006) 01
JSA 06, 11, 17, 22

New52 Era
———-
Action Comics (2014) 31, 34 (one panel).
Justice League - Gods and Monsters 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9
Earth2 1
Forever Evil 3, 7 (one panel)
Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year One 4, 6, 9, 25, 29.
Injustice: Gods Among US - Year Two 4.
Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three 15, 24.
Superman (2011) 14 (one panel), 15, 19, 20
Superman - Doomed 1 (2014).
Superman/Wonder Woman (2013-2016) 1-9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 25, 28.
Superman/Wonder Woman Annual 2 (2016)
Superman/Wonder Woman Futures End (2014)
Justice League (2011) 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
Justice League International Annual 1 (2012)
Justice League of America (one panel - 2013)
Young Romance 1 (2013)
DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe (2013) 03

http://hellyeahsupermanandwonderwoman.tumblr.com/search/reading+list


Add to this Superman/ Wonder Woman #29  in the Superman Final Days arc, and  Superman/ Wonder Woman #30 & #31 which can be found in Superman Savage Dawn or Superman/ Wonder Woman Savage End trades. Superman Final Days.

 The Dark Knight The Master Race by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello which feature the SMWW family (2016/17)  # 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Injustice Year Four under the pen of Brian Buccellato in particular does feature them. He does a far better dynamic than Tom Taylor.

Batman/Superman the New 52 by Greg Pak issues #3,4,11,Annual #1,

Justice League nu 52 Trinity War Trade, Justice League The Amazo Virus 

 Justice League Beyond 2.0

anonymous asked:

which issues in countdown center around jason, kyle and donna?

none of the issues really center around them, as each issue is divided in three or four pov, and they’re all needed to understand the plot of the crossover. They become more relevant once they find Ray Palmer in Countdown #18, though, and if you want to read issues that only focus on them, you’re probably better off reading Countdown Presents: the Search for Ray Palmer. 

Under the cut there’s all the issues and whether or not they appear in that issue

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

could you please recommend me some jsson todd comics other then the list days and under the hood? thank you! 💞

ok personal recs! to follow that characterization

  • Green Arrow #69-72 (2007) 
  • Outsiders #44-46
  • Countdown to Final Crisis (2007-2008) read the first two issues and then
  • Teen Titan #47 (2007) 
  • The Countdown Presents: The Search for Ray Palmer (2008)
  • [countdown is SUPER messy but it has its good moments. you can just read the search for ray palmer and google whats going on with that event if you’re only in for the good characterization. the whole event had his bad moments, or different characterization as it was written by different people.)
  • Batman and Robin #23–#25 (2009-2011) jason got a bad characterization overall for this comic but imo these issues are good ish

then n52

Red Hood and the Outlaws is Bad imo but its like. the biggest comic jason had on n52 and the base of his character on the reboot, so w/o reading that you probably won’t get any other comics as his character changes.. quite drastically lol. same goes with Red Hood/Arsenal but both had some good moments. then the ones i actually liked

  • Batman/Superman Annual #1 (2014) 
  • Action Comics #34 (2014)
  • Batman and Robin #10–#12, #17, #20, #32–37 (2014 - 2015)
  • Grayson #12 (2015)  [context: dick faked his death, everyone is pissed off]
  • [ROBIN WAR EVENT] Robin War # 1, Grayson #15, Detective Comics #47, Red Hood/Arsenal #7, We are Robin #7, Robin: Son of Batman #7,  Robin War #6 (2015-2016)
  • Deathstroke #15-16 (2016)

then rebirth!

  • Please im begging you read Red Hood and the Outlaws.. its really good this time
  • Batman #16 (2017)
  • Nightwing #15 (2017) 

and idk if you also wanted robin or alternative universe!jason recs? hmu if you wanted anything else and i hope you like these!

anonymous asked:

Wait have Kyle Rayner and Jason ever met? If so I need to read those comics asap

Countdown to Final Crisis and Countdown: The Search for Ray Palmer. 

They aren’t the best things ever (it’s hideously convoluted, plot-wise) but the character stuff isn’t bad for Jason, considering the rest of Post-Crisis, and while it’s a mess, it’s a fairly fun mess. 

There’s some interesting Multiverse hopping that happens which is by itself intriguing. 

In short, not the worst thing DC’s put out, but the criticisms of it are very valid.