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Batman Heart Of Hush TP Paperback – 12 Mar 2010

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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics; Reprint edition (12 Mar. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401221246
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401221249
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 0.8 x 25.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,059 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Paul Dini is the multi-award-winning writer of many scripts for Batman: The Animated Series, and has also written for the Superman and Justice League animated series. His comics work includes Batman: Black and White and Batman Adventures. Dustin Nguyen has pencilled the critically acclaimed WildCats 3.0 and The Authority.


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With the Black Glove at large and Batman Rip and the Final Crisis looming into view, a desperate Hush see's his time to take out Batman and Bruce Wayne, before somebody else does it. Striking at Batman as only a mad man that knows his secrets can, he pulls out all stops to torture and trap Batman, targeting his weakness's and allies to really get under his skin.
A fantastic and strong Hush story that demonstrates why hes not just another stringer in the grand scheme of things, he has a weapon no other villain can acquire, history. Combine that with his knowledge, precision and psychosis Hush makes for Bruce Wayne what the Joker is for Batman. Written by the fantastic Paul Dini, he once again out does himself in writing a truly gripping, detailed and disturbing plot using dark gothic and realistic edginess alongside a lighter more classic tone of the golden age Batman.
Some fans may disagree but i find this prequel to Batman RIP a must read, not only does it explore Batmans relationships but it also screams substance when it comes to his humanity. A personal must read and indirectly really sets the tone and the stakes for Batman RIP and Final Crisis.
Contains Detective Comics: #846 - #850
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One wonders if this was doomed to fail because of the success of the incredible "Batman: Hush". 'Hush' was a massive undertaking with great story telling by Jeph Loeb and great Artwork by Jim Lee. 'Heart of Hush' is a good story with some really nice artwork. Part of the very interesting Batman: RIP storyline. This time Hush is more open as a villain, as Batman has already met him, and he uses fewer pawns. Scarecrow is used well and Joker's little cameo in Arkham is very nice. It is a good read, and I do want to re-read it.
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No Spoilers. A direct sequel to the excellent ‘HUSH’ (2003) written by Paul Dini with great artwork by Dustin Ngyuen. The villain Hush is back in town and targeting Batman’s friends and loved ones in an effort to bring down The Batman. It’s not an epic classic like ‘HUSH’ was, due to being about half the length and because we all now know who Hush is. It goes into the character’s past and origins a lot deeper and he becomes a much more rounded and interesting villain thanks to it. Catwoman and her importance to Batman is a key focus of the novel and is handled effectively and touchingly. Paul Dini has been working with these characters for decades and knows them inside out and it shows, he’s one of my favourite and underrated figures in the Batman world. Cool cameos, that don’t waste too much time, just pop up, do something awesome (and more importantly are relevant to the plot rather than just fan service) then we’re back to the core plot and the violence is brutal but never gratuitous. A really fun climax and a super cool epilogue round off what is a really great Graphic Novel. Not as epic as ‘HUSH’ but only because the writers are wise enough to know the story doesn’t require it to be: Definitely worth paying full price.
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Paul Dini's Heart of Hush storyline is one sure as hell intriguing paperback. Basically a little bridge filling in the gap between The Black Glove and R.I.P storylines. The story in it's own right is vital reading, particularly if you intend to pursue the Streets of Gotham, and the Gotham city sirens storylines, as the events within lead directly through to those serials, setting them up nicely, then letting them run alongside each other chronologically.

After his acclaimed introduction to the DC universe, and subsequent return in the aptly named, albeit contrastingly negatively received "Hush returns"; this is Thomas Elliot's third outing in the spotlight, having heard of the Black Gloves plans to destroy the bat once and for all, Hush deems himself the only man deserving of the honour, and makes it his mission to beat them to the chase, instead of formulating a predictable plan to just shoot down Bruce Wayne on sight, he strikes at Wayne through those closest to him, the unchanged motive (revenge) shows a lack of imagination, but for a character who's entire purpose is to extract vengeance upon Bruce Wayne; this is forgivable.

It's worth noting that a considerable amount of the content is told in a flashback sense exploring the childhood interactions between Wayne and Elliot. This is told through more rustic, sepia toned artwork that does a great job when it comes to making you feel for Hush as a character.

Dini is a writer who treads a very fine line between producing grittier, and contrastingly more uplifting writing. Having a storyline about a man who cuts his own face off at the halfway point shouldn't work well alongside the abundance of snide humour Dini throws into the mix, but it does.
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I read somewhere that is not as good as Hush. Personally i like it!
It doesn't have major twists or anything but the story is believable because Hush does what any of us would have done in his place: goes for the heart. While Batman does what any of us would have done in his place: he follows his own...
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Batman Hush was a bona-fide classic worthy of anyone’s collection but this, a virtual direct sequel ....is much more muted.
Hush himself is portrayed much more like the usual overly-dramatic Bat-villain and Selina Kyle is the book’s helpless victim – both of which just do not sit right with me.
The art is much more simplistic than Jim Lee’s work which does not help any comparison either.
As a ‘next-chapter’ for the Hush/Batman conflicts this is just about acceptable and readable enough but it grates by being pretty average after such brilliance.
Thankfully the next Hush piece – ‘Streets of Gotham – Hush Money’ - returns to glory...find this in a library and buy that one.
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