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    Batman: Hush: Complete (Batman) (Paperback) By (artist) Jim Lee, By (author) Jeph Loeb

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    DescriptionWritten by Jeph Loeb Art and cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams 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 dccomics.com. From best-selling writer Jeph Loeb (SUPERMAN/BATMAN, TV's Heroes) and superstar artist Jim Lee (SUPERMAN, X-Men) comes the long-awaited collection! Advance-solicited; on sale August 12 o 320 pg, FC, $24.99 US


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  • Good art, bad writing1

    Johan As the title states this comic has some decent art but very poor story. Admittedly Jim Lee isn't for everyone, though he is a objectively skilled artist, and there are far more superior Batman artists. The writing is at best unsatisfying and is just an excuse for Jim Lee to draw Batman beat up some of popular bad-guys. I wish I could tell you why the writing is so uninteresting, but that would include spoiling some of the little plot there actually is. Which you wouldn't want to read in the first place.

    If you want some deeper analysis of this comic and the main antagonist Hush
    I can recommend this article: http://comicsalliance.com/ask-chris-116-how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-hush/ by Johan

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    The first graphic novel I ever loved...5

    Thomas Brewer This graphic novel is superb! It has a compelling story crammed full of characters and mystery. The artwork is great, the twist is brilliant and I can safely say that this is the first graphic novel i ever fell in love with. by Thomas Brewer

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