Batman #617

    Batman » Batman #617 - Hush Chapter Ten : The Grave released by DC Comics on September 2003.

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    Batman and Robin stage a scene to make it appear as though Robin does not trust Catwoman and was unaware of Batman's decision to reveal his secret identity to her. When Catwoman leaves the scene, she encounters Huntress, who is delusional and sees Catwoman as her former self. Batman soon realizes that Huntress is under the control of the Scarecrow, whom he confronts in a graveyard, before being confronted by someone he thought long dead: Jason Todd. To find out if Jason Todd is really alive and bent on destroying the Bat-Family. Continue to read the heart-pounding saga of Hush.



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    Haunted from the past 0

    It´s the first clash between Hush and Batman and the big revelation of Hush´s true identity. Loeb really messed up with my mind, I´ve never thought that could be Harvey Dent, I was thinking that maybe he was Tommy, but it makes sense since Batman is being haunted from ghosts of his past and it´s quite natural that Loeb felt right bringing up this character. I just don´t know how could he operate and maneuver so well behind the scenes, moving the strings of all Batman´s villains, including Ra´s A...

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