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A "Batman: R.I.P." tie-in! "Heart of Hush" Part 3 of 5! To save the sanity of a kidnapped child, Batman must confront the Scarecrow! But their battle is just a part of Hush's plot against Batman and Bruce Wayne, setting the stage for the most shocking surprise ending of the year! Guest-starring Catwoman!

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Hush sneaks up on Selina, and the two get into a fight. Selina swipes at Hush removing his mask. Selina is surprised to see who is under the mask, which seems not to be Thomas Elliot. Meanwhile, Batman searches for a boy named Colin, who has been kidnapped by Scarecrow. Batman finds the boy only to find out Scarecrow pumped him full of venom, Batman and Colin fight it out. Batman saves the boy and puts Scarecrow in his place only to find out Selina is in the hospital... with her heart removed.

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Rest In Pieces Catwoman! 0

Whatever happened to the different Batman comics all acting in concert during an event?  Back in the day during titles wide arcs like Contagion, No Man's Land, etc.  I guess I'm still stuck in that mind frame.  They used to do similar stuff with all the Superman books.  They'd have the shield on the cover with a number so you'd know where that exact issue was in continuity with everything else.   So, when I read Detective Comics and there's way less ####ed up stuff going on in it compared to Bat...

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