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Batman: Heart of Hush Paperback – April 23, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
As far as I can tell, the essential Hush saga can be captured in these graphic novels:
-Heart of Hush
-House of Hush
Typical of Paul Dini, this story isn't boring for those of us who love pairing Batman & Catwoman, this story involves a short run that explains the origination of Hush and the tragic story that brought him into "The abyss." This story doesn't disappoint in Batman's clever ingenuity and fail-safe ideas to save those he cares about. There is one or two moments that leave you wondering why Hush didn't kill Batman, but that perhaps would spoil the fun of it all.
There are a couple of easter eggs in this one, particularly in the Batcave. This story also adds more depth to Peyton Riley as she is key to Hush's fall and gives glimpse into Peyton Riley's (Ventriloquist II) fall into the abyss as well.
I love Paul Dini's work. IF you don't know who he is, he's written numerous Batman Comics, invented Harley Quinn, wrote for The Batman Animated Series, Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, and many more. So if you like any of his previous work I'd suggest you pick this up!
The story and art are fantastic. It is in my book a must read for any Batman fan, I just had to be fair and rate it 4/5 because you do need to know the history between Batman and Hush from previous comics to understand fully what is going on at times and where the motivation is coming from.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very well done, not as good as hush but still very entertaining. Really liked the ending and the art. I'd like to see a third one make it outPublished 19 days ago by NMadden02
What I like about Hush? He's real. He's not just a myth or merely a character formulated by Paul Dini. He's real. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BEVERLY UERLING
It was a decent read, kinda short... I bought this cause I recently reread HUSH and forgot how much I loved that story. I dug the RIP series but never had read this... Read morePublished 5 months ago by sEan
I loved this one and how he gets to batman just epic. Loved the back story cleared up a lot of details to the Hush comic. Shorter than Hush but great in details.Published 6 months ago by Iridy