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This is it! The mystery killer is unmasked! The secret of the new Catwoman is revealed! Gotham City is under siege! Terry McGinnis and Bruce Wayne are at odds! And Batman is torn between duty, doubt, and a vengeance-crazed super-villain!

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Hush is finally revealed? 0

Answers to where Dick Grayson was are explained and the identity to Hush is revealed. Pros: Batman Beyond fans finally get answers to where Dick Grayson was after all this time. His tale of why he retired isn't as disturbing as Tim Drake was, but it's just as dark. Dick and Bruce had their share of problems in the past, but the way their relationship ended was pretty rough. Also, it's great to see that Max finally make an appearance in this issue as well.     I've seen all sorts of referenc...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Review: Batman Beyond #4 0

The identity of the masked killer is finally revealed! Is it Thomas "Hush" Elliot? And how will Terry stop this crazed killer without the help of Bruce Wayne?  The Good This has been said before by myself and fellow reviewer Zack Freeman, this book reads so much like the television show, with a little bit more of an adult twist. There are two huge reveals in this issue. We learn why Dick Grayson stopped being Nightwing and stopped talking to Bruce, and we learn the true identity of...

6 out of 8 found this review helpful.

An absurd revelation sours the entire series. 0

What a damn shame. Not that this limited foray to Batman Beyond has been anything special up to this point but it was at least enjoyable. So much for that.In this issue, we see Terry McGinnis pay a visit to Dick Grayson while the new Hush kills a few more of the original Batman's older villains off page and then has a fight with the new Catwoman. In remains in line with the quality of the series thus far. Somewhat entertaining but drab and misguided. This one brings those problems to a head and ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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