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Future State Gotham: The Red Hood goes mask hunting for the Magistrate in a new ongoing series

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Fans following the exploits of Red Hood in the pages of “Future State: Dark Detective” know that Jason Todd has turned on his Bat-family and is a bounty hunter for The Magistrate as part of their “zero tolerance” policy on masked vigilantes.

This May, Red Hood continues the hunt in an all new ongoing series, “Future State: Gotham.” Set in the world of “DC Future State,” this series continues against the backdrop of a possible future Gotham City seen in other titles such as “Future State: The Next Batman,” “Future State: Harley Quinn,” “Future State: Robin Eternal” and “Future State Nightwing.” Rendered in stark, black and white tones, “Future State: Gotham” will evoke the gritty, noir aesthetic that reinforces Gotham City as a living, breathing part of any Bat-family story.

“Hunt the next Batman”

This six-issue debut story arc is co-written by Joshua Williamson and Dennis Culver, with art by Giannis Milonogiannis.

Disaster strikes Gotham City and all evidence points to Tim Fox, The Next Batman! Jason Todd chooses justice over his family and allies when The Magistrate enlists him to bring in the new Batman, dead or alive! Featuring the entire cast from the popular “DC Future State” Batman titles, “Future State Gotham” begins the next chapter in this inevitable world of tomorrow and does so with this dynamic, noirish format.

The series debuts on Tuesday, May 11 in all comic book stores and participating digital retailers. Issue #1 features a main cover by Yasmine Putri, with a card stock variant cover by James Stokoe, available in comic book stores and participating digital retailers. Each 32-page issue sells for $3.99, with the card stock variant available for $4.99

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