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Paperback Batman: Hush - Vol 01 Book

ISBN: 1401200605

ISBN13: 9781401200602

Batman: Hush - Vol 01

(Part of the Batman Series, DC Comics Graphic Novel Collection (#1) Series, and Batman: La Colección Series)

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DC Comics joins the Adult Coloring Book craze with all of its most popular characters in COLORING DC: BATMAN HUSH VOL. 1 DC Comics presents classic adventures in a whole new way: in black and white,... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Beautiful Story

As a old fan of the Batman series of comics, I was a little suspicious of "Hush" when I first saw it in a books store. Let me say that my fears were unfounded. I found myself, almost an hour later, still in the book store, closing the cover and searching for volume 2. The romance and action are all perfectly balanced, not to mention the masterful art of Jim Lee only adds to this masterpiece. Even if you don't know everything about the history of Batman and Robin, all pertinent information is explained and elaborated on. Even if you don't like Batman, this is the comic series for you.

The First Part of a Great Whodunit Story

The story of Hush begins with Batman rescuing a young Edward Lamont from his kidnapper Killer Croc, who has suddenly changed his M.O. After the boy is safe he discovers that Catwoman in the area and pursues her after she steals the ransom money. Unexpectedly his Batline breaks and he falls down into Crime Alley, where he is nearly murdered by a gang of thugs, but is saved by Huntress. After receiving life-saving surgery by his childhood friend Tommy Elliot, Batman tries to discover who is behind it and why Killer Croc, Poison Ivy and possibly Catwoman are all connected. It's a great story with excellent dialogue and exciting fight sequences. The story is a well-spun story that involves many important players ranging from Catwoman to Superman. Jeph Loeb is a writer who knows how to tell a good story. His dialgouge is engaging and fresh. His spin on all the characters within the story take them further in their development. He knows how to grab your attention and keep it. I loved every page of this book and could not put it down. A well done mystery that gets better and better as it continues. Hush: Vol. 2 is even better, and both are worth buying.

One of the Best Batman Comics Ever!!!

Jeph Loeb is indeed one of teh rgeatest Batman writers of all time. And Hush is one of my favorates of his. Great story! To add to it, Jim Lee did the art work. I grew up seeing his work with the X-Men and loved what he did with Batman. VEry rarely do you have great writing and great art work in such a capacity as was here.

Loeb and Lee the dynamic duo

Loeb captures the essence of the characters in all his work being Superman,Spiderman,Hulk Grey or even the Smallville episdoes he works on, telling a detailed story of who they are and why they are the person (or superhero) they have become. In 'HUSH' He writes a brilliant mystery in which the dark knight has to face demons from his past and come to terms with how it shapes his future, I loved the twists and turns, the involvement of all he has taken under his wing and the appearance of Superman just makes it even better. Then teaming him with Jim Lee was just the best thing DC has done in a long time making this story go from good to master piece. I always think the art should reflect the story, in some comics this is just not happening, there are some books you just glance through because even though the story is good the artwork will not grab your focus...Jim brings this out in everything he does. Even the recent Superman miniseries he worked on with writer Brian Azzarello, the story was lacking in alot of things, Jim's work was the only thing keeping me going from issue to issue. HUSH is a great read and a must for anyones collection.

This is good in many ways

Batman> Hush, is very good in many ways. I LIKED IT, The story and the art are fantastic. all sides of batman/bruce wayne, alfred, gordon, robin, nightwing, catwoman, jocker and all were ilustrated on the dot. if jim lee and Jeph Loeb would team up on a single comic book for a longer run they very well could be the new Chris Claremonth and Jhon Byrne, im not kidding. <br />any way. This book is good for many rasons... <br />1.-because you get fantastic vissuals. <br />2.-because the story is goooooooooooood. <br />3.-because if you dont realy know who or whats up with robin and got no idea how come there have been diferent robins, and dont understand the diferrence between them this story line will ilustrate you well on it (as it did to my non comic fan friends). <br />4.-This is also a good introduction to the batman world for new comers and a good catch-up read for former batman fans. <br /> --even people who dont like comics say thats its preaty good. <br />5.-mistery, action, love, honor, revenge, redemption, and tons of awwsomeness will be found on this book as well on the second paperback, but dont worry is not over saturated its balanced just fine. <br />and thats all folks. <br /> the time you read this part you will find out that i have nothing else to say and it will be to late because you have already read it.
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