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A "Batman: R.I.P." tie-in! Secrets shared years ago between Bruce Wayne and Tommy Elliott begin to have dangerous repercussions in the present. Why is this mystery driving Hush to destroy Batman's life? And what part does Catwoman play in Hush's plans?

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Batman is still missing 0

 Continuing the origin story of Hush. We find out in this issue that after Hushs father died, his mother becomes even more protective. Hush ends up losing the freedom he sought to gain with the death of his mother. He begins to become jealous of Bruce Waynes freedom and begins to learn to hate him. Batman leaves a warning to Nightwing and Robin that Hush is back in town. It is a good book. The origin of Hush turns out to be quite intruiging. he is not very original, but Hush is at least interest...

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You know what sucks about Hush? Everything... 0

Oh, I get it... He's like Bruce Wayne/Batman... Rich boy, loses parents, except Tommy tried to kill his parents for the inheritance. Oh, he knows Batman's secret? Who cares? Don't get me wrong, the original Hush run is amazing, truly a great read. But, this section of R.I.P., a let-down. The only thing that is worthwhile is finding out how Batman lost his memory and the one panel of Scarecrow. Hush is the WEAKEST rogue in the gallery, yes, weaker than Calender Man. I feel so-so about the issue. ...

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