Hush last edited by ScottyHawkeye on 10/25/21 03:42PM View full history

The epic crime thriller that rejuvenated The Caped Crusader is now available in one place as a trade paperback! In this story of murder, mystery and romance, Batman sets out on a simple mission to discover the identity of the mysterious villain wreaking havoc in his life known as Hush. But Batman ends up facing possibly the most intense case of his life as secrets from his past flood into the present, and the most notorious villains to ever haunt Gotham City's street attack simultaneously! Guest-starring The Dark Knight's greatest allies and enemies, this collection features BATMAN #608-619 as well as the 6-page segment from Wizard #0 and a 2-page origin story that originally appeared at


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My 300th Review: Hush! 0

After a friend on here noticed I was about to reach my 300th review I decided that I'd do something a bit special for it. I thought that there wouldn't be anything better than to review one of the trade paperbacks that got me into comics, so the decision was between Civil War, and this book, Batman: Hush. Being a huge Batman fan I decided that I'd go for this first, and leave Civil War to another time. I will also try and review the other Batman issue since this story, but in trade form, as it'd...

22 out of 22 found this review helpful.

Hush... because Characters speak louder than Words. 0

        WARNING: SPOILERS ABOUND!    Batman: Hush is a visual knockout        Although Mr. Loeb does some solid footwork in the dialogue department, where his talents really seem to shine through here is in the characterization - and believe me, there are plenty of characters.   It's always been a point of contention that, despite Batman's 'loner' status, the Bat Family is just about one of DC's largest, if not the largest, non-official hero roster.   Robin, Nightwing, Catwoman, Dr. Thompkin...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Hush... new guy on set 0

This is the Hush series collected correctly.  The full arc at a fair price.  Hush has become very important to the Batman mythos.  He sits besides the Joker now as major "Arch" nemesis.  The Joker is classic and will always be the golden and silver age arch nemesis.  This is a new time and Hush is a creator the times needed.  A man who knows Bruce Wayne and is as much a bane to him as he is to The Batman.  Jim Lee blew out minds with this book.  If the story doesn't sell you the art sure will.  ...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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