Arkham Knight

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The Arkham Knight.
Jason Todd is a male video game character that features in DC Comics.



Jason Todd was a young man from Gotham City who was born to troubled parents and managed to survive to his teenagers. At this point, the Batman operated in the city and fought many criminals with his sidekick Robin. This was until Robin who was actually Dick Grayson decided to depart on his own to begin a career as a solo crime fighter where he adopted the name Nightwing. In the aftermath, Batman encountered Jason Todd and took the boy under his wing where he became the new Robin. During one of their adventures, Todd was captured by the Joker who sent a video of the kidnapped Robin to Batman that seemingly showed his murder at the hands of the supervillain. However, the events of the video were staged and in reality Todd as still alive but was trapped with the Joker. For a long length of time, the Joker kept Jason alive and tortured him whilst the boy was believed dead by Batman.


Personality and attributes

The Arkham Knight in Batman: Arkham Knight - Genesis v1 #1.

During his conflict with Batman, he began wearing a militaristic suit that resembled and mocked the Batsuit with this one having a large letter 'A' on the chest that was the symbol of Arkham Asylum.

He commented about the Dark Knight that he was always predictable such as always the defending the weak and helpless. As a result, he stated that this was how they would defeat Batman as he along with his allies know his move before he does and knew how he operated.

Powers and abilities

Similar to Batman, he wore his own costume that resembled a militaristic version of the Batsuit. Each component of the Arkham Knight suit held a significant purpose with it being highly durable to the point that it survived the destruction of Arkham Asylum.


  • This version of Jason Todd was created by Rocksteady Studios and Geoff Johns of DC Comics.

In other media

Video games

  • In Injustice: Gods Among Us, the Arkham Knight featured as a playable character in the mobile version of the game.


  • Batman: Arkham Knight:

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