At the reactions to RHA 6. Another controversy. So just to clarify my feelings on it.
SPOILERS AHEAD not just for this issue but a small one for a panel of Batman/Superman 26.
Jason blaming himself for his death. Unfortunately blaming Jason for his death and calling him the "bad/mean Robin" are still a thing at DC. I saw a panel of B/S #26 and Clark referred to Jason as the mean Robin. Tomasi had Bruce mention him as an afterthought as if he was the lesser of the Robins by saying "even Jason" did okay as Robin. Honestly I don't like it but I can chalk it up to Jason feeling raw and guilty after seeing Bruce. Maybe he meant it was his fault for lashing out at others?
Show sympathy for someone wearing Jokers' face and acting in his name. I could go either way on this one. From what I've seen most treat JD as nothing serious, she's a kid and he might think the Joker messed him up too. This probably would work better in the Arkham Knight world. But I think that if he was being nice to Harley instead there wouldn't be as many complaints. Jason only seems vaguely aware of what JD did anyway. I was expecting more of a reaction though so that's pretty disappointing.
Not getting her to take off the Jokers' face. Yeah that is messed up. Although it shouldn't be on her if it's the real deal since Joker got it back. And if he didn't then I think it's stitched into her skin. Either way she shouldn't have it on.
Jason feeling he shouldn't have attacked Bruce when he returned. Why is this a problem? He feels guilty for his actions especially after seeing a gentler version of Bruce. Whether he was right for doing that or not he's allowed to rethink his actions. Jason is trying to redeem himself and has shown regret for his actions before. He felt bad for what happened with Tim so why wouldn't he feel bad about fighting the guy that's like his father? That doesn't mean he was wrong for feeling betrayed or that Bruce was right.
Thinking Jokers' Daughter--who's wearing a murderers face--won't kill. I do think this story is too forced but it's more about him trying to make up for his own mistakes. He knows he's not seeing things clearly. I don't know what the point is if we're pretty much being told it's pointless since she won't change. He is acting a little too forgiving and putting them at risk.
Jason dismissing Roys' opinion. While I do have a problem with this especially since Roy raises valid points let's not forget what happened in this series. Roy hasn't even asked for Jasons' permission before he started their business, spend all their money and tested his inventions on Jason. Yes this is more dire but Roy's guilty of this too and has done it far more often.
Roy being against killing. Judging by the way it's mentioned I think it might be an editorial thing from the Titans Hunt people because that's not how he used to operate. Roy had no problem with Jason potentially killing the bad guys at the end of the issue.
Jason deciding not to kill anymore. Do you REALLY think this will last? Being the only bat that kills is in his name brand. We're practically told that JD is going to fail. She asks him to kill her when she does and he agrees. I'm sure it's only for a little while and it's not like we don't see him nonlethal when he works with the family.
Being told to read Titans Hunt to find out Roys' story. That is how tying plots into other series works. It's a 12 issue series so revealing it early in another title would defeat the purpose. I still think it will eventually tie in like Roy drinking since it was mentioned in this issue.