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Batman visits Killer Croc in Arkham Aslyum in hopes of learning new tricks. Meanwhile, memories of Thomas Elliot's tragic past begin to resurface and a romance between Batman and Catwoman blossoms!

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A Cat in the Roof 0

Again I´m struck with the lush, vivid and remarkable art of Jim Lee, both in the action panels and the emotionals flashbacks involving younger Bruce and his friend Tommy. I´m not confortable only with the fact that Loeb doesn´t seem to care for a chronological reality since Batman is already back in action so quick, without a proper time to recover, and the worst thing is that he goes toe-to-toe with Killer Croc and doesn´t even complains about a pain or two (just a little reminder: he broked hi...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Batman Hush - Chapter Three: The Beast Review 0

The third part in the hush story arc begins in arkham asylum with batman trying to get answers from the incarcerated killer croc, this leads to another brawl between killer croc and batman which batman loses and killer croc escapes. Killer croc then goes after catwoman and as you can probably guess batman goes after killer croc and ends up saving catwoman in the process. In this issue we also see another flashback to batman's past and his youth with his friend tommy which provides a good contras...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Action fueled issue as the "Hush" story takes shape. 0

Batman #610 is the third part of Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee's "Hush" series. It begins with a semi-healed Batman trying to get information from an incarcerated Killer Croc. But Croc is able to break out and after a brief fight with Batman he takes off. But we find that Batman allowed him to escape in hopes that he will lead him to who is really pulling the strings. Writer Jeph Loeb also gives us a little more insight into Tommy Elliot's somewhat troubled past and his relationship with Bruce. We also...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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