1. The Little Red Riding Hood
Who is this masked man? It all depends. Originally introduced in 1951 as a costumed criminal who later became the Joker, Red Hood’s latest iteration is more of an anti-hero, with Jason Todd, the second Robin, taking on the role. Ultimately though, Red Hood works best when you have no idea who’s under the mask and lets the mystery take center stage. The same approach was used for villains like Phantasm and Hush, but Red Hood certainly has the most comic history. With Barry Keoghan’s Joker seemingly on the way, the timing could be perfect to unveil a big-screen version that ties in with the Red Hood’s first comic book appearance, but features a whole new identity to explore.
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