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Batman: Hush, Vol. 2

2 Ratings: 2.0
A Batman graphic novel written by Jeph Loeb and with art by Jim Lee.

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Author: Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee, Scott Williams
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels, Superheroes
Publisher: DC Comics
Date Published: November 1, 2004
1 review about Batman: Hush, Vol. 2

And again, Wow!

  • May 17, 2005
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+1
Concluding the story line, Batman volume 2 assures this story will be counted with the great Batman stories, such as Killing Joke, Death in the Family, and Dark Knight. Last issue showcased familiar friends and enemies with new twists, the second volume is no exception. Harley Quinn, Joker, Harvey Dent, Jim Gordon, Barbara Gordon, Nightwing, Robin, Clayface, Talia, Ra's al Ghul, Lady Shiva, and a few cast members that come back from the dead are all present to wrap up this arc.

As before, Jeff Loeb's stories and Jim Lee's pencils blend seamlessly together, presenting a well through out, roller coaster of a tale. At the end, Batman is left exposed and unsure, which is a nice twist on the normally confident Dark Knight.

I can't tell much about the plot without giving away the whole thing. However, I will reveal the reason I only gave this volume 4 stars: the villain seemed too obvious to me. I had it guessed a few pages into volume 1 and unfortunately I was right. I was hoping to be surprised. Still, I look forward to the next time this particular villain and Batman fight again.

This is yet another one of the Batman comics's Lazarus pits, magical transformations that bring the book from good to perfect.

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