Batman R.I.P.: Heart of Hush, The Conclusion: The Demon in the Mirror last edited by RedHunt on 11/13/20 04:37PM View full history

    A "Batman R.I.P." tie-in! "Heart of Hush" concludes in this anniversary double-sized issue! Catwoman's life hangs in the balance during this final battle between Batman and Hush! And the life of Bruce Wayne will never be the same as the confrontation with his childhood friend Tommy Elliot reveals a terrible and shocking secret!

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    Dini nails it 0

    There's something about the name of the title alone, "Detective Comics" that brings out a gumshow noir sensation. Paul Dini is the best on the market today for this type of book. He's taking a little break while Denny O'Neil pens an issue but Dini will return.In this conclusion of Heart of Hush, we see more of the spiraling breakdown of Hush/Dr. Thomas Elliot. Yet, this is happening while the very battered Bruce/Batman gathers his last bit of energy and wits through drug-induced hazes to rise to...

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    (spoilers for DC #850)Dear Grant Morrison,You're fantastic. You did an awesome run on Doom Patrol, your Arkham Asylum graphic novel was trippily great, and 52. But your Batman run is leaving me cold, I don't know if it's because I have to read every single issue of your run to really even care about the characters, or Jezebel Jet, or the way you're Batman run has had very few supporting characters. You're current arc, Batman R.I.P., is an attempt to make this great big story that will alter Batm...

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