✓ Batman: Heart of Hush ☆ Download by ✓ Paul Dini

✓ Batman: Heart of Hush ☆ Download by ✓ Paul Dini Hush returns and begins striking at Batman however he can But when he attacks Catwoman and removes the heart from her chest, has he gone too far The Heart of Hush further fleshes out the childhood relationship between Bruce Wayne and Tommy Elliot, aka Hush, as well as that between Batman and Catwoman It also cements Hush s place in Batman s Rogues Gallery along with legends like The Joker, the Penguin, and the Riddler.
Much like in his initial appearance, the big draw with Hush is that he knows Bruce Wayne well enough to strike him close to home, where it would hurt the most In this case, it s Catwoman, who is used to show that Batman is still just a man Hush continues to pal around with Bat villains like Scarecrow and Mr Freeze in order to achieve his goals One thing I really liked in this volume was the Scarecrow juicing up a kidnapped, bat fearing kid with Venom and unleashing him on Batman.
At the end of the day, however, it s not as remarkable as Hush or The Black Mirror, other recent Batman favorites of mine Three stars, edging toward four.
The Villain Named Hush, Created By Comic Superstars Jeph Loeb And Jim Lee, Makes A Dramatic Return To The Life Of Batman What Will This Mean For Bruce Wayne Secrets Shared Years Ago Between Bruce Wayne And Tommy Elliott Begin To Have Dangerous Repercussions In The Present Why Is This Mystery Driving Hush To Destroy Batman S Life What Part Does Catwoman Play In Hush S Plans Collects DETECTIVE COMICS Hard to talk about this without spoiling something One thing s for sure, Hush is back Set within the whole Batman R.
I.
P saga, Hush decides that Batman s death will be his pleasure and no one else s That s what I call passion The story explores past events that connect and explain Hush s venomous hatred for Batman You get a scattered, but relatively thorough look at Hush s past as well Heart of Hush essentially delivers a dissected portrayal of the character making sure to show you how messed up Hush is It has some really interest ideas, backed up with great writing that even draws inspiration from several quotes by people like Aristotle Isn t there a saying that says how awesome you are based on how often you quote philosophers I probably made that up Soaked in a pretty huge array of emotions, this Batman story has a pretty twisted feel to it The artwork is also decent, with a clear, linear and sharp style It also plays with the colours to distinguish past from present There were parts that felt a little off though, like the action sequences with Hush I m not too impressed by the character s combat style, that s for sure He also has some lines that felt out of character especially in that last chapter that I wish they had not done In fact, that last chapter had some kind of tribute vibe to it, but I wasn t sure what the occasion was to even incorporate it into this particular storyarc Anyone who wants Hush in their lives should definitely check this out I mean, where else are you going to find him P.
S Full review to comeYours truly,Lashaan Blogger and Book ReviewerOfficial blog B 78% Good NotesFlashbacks stain and bleed like watercolor, in soft glows and sepia a blurred backdrop tuning foreground into focus.
Hush returns and begins striking at Batman however he can But when he attacks Catwoman and removes the heart from her chest, has he gone too far The Heart of Hush further fleshes out the childhood relationship between Bruce Wayne and Tommy Elliot, aka Hush, as well as that between Batman and Catwoman It also cements Hush s place in Batman s Rogues Gallery along with legends like The Joker, the Penguin, and the Riddler.
Much like in his initial appearance, the big draw with Hush is that he knows Bruce Wayne well enough to strike him close to home, where it would hurt the most In this case, it s Catwoman, who is used to show that Batman is still just a man Hush continues to pal around with Bat villains like Scarecrow and Mr Freeze in order to achieve his goals One thing I really liked in this volume was the Scarecrow juicing up a kidnapped, bat fearing kid with Venom and unleashing him on Batman.
At the end of the day, however, it s not as remarkable as Hush or The Black Mirror, other recent Batman favorites of mine Three stars, edging toward four.
Sidekicks r UsI m going to hurt you, Insert name of Bruce Wayne here , and everyone you ve ever cared about .
If I had a dollar for every time I ve read heard that line.
It seems that every other superhero has given up on the concept of a sidekick except Batman and now that he has a son as his Boy Wonder not in this volume he s kind of stuck with one Even Captain America tried out that pain in the ass Rick Jones as a faux Bucky before giving him back to the Hulk Hulk need Rick s help with pop top lid Hulk fingers too big And don t call Falcon a sidekick Just don t.
Although Nightwing and Robin 3 Tim Drake make appearances in this story, here Catwoman fulfills this and, um, other roles for the Bats and the limits to those roles are put to the test by Hush, one of the creepier villains Batman has gone up against.
Insanity is a pre requisite for being a member of Batman s rogue s gallery and Hush gives The Joker a run for his money Poor guy was jealous of lil Bruce Wayne, his bestest pal, so he tried to kill his parents the old, tampering with the brakes gambit , but only succeeded in giving daddy a dirt nap Incredibly needy momma survived reminding Hush, at least thrice daily about how successful and hawt Bruce Wayne had become and that he s never going to be as good as old Brucie Never Now come and give your suffocating old crone of a mommy a hug Recommended for those of you who read and liked the Hush storyline.
Sidekicks r UsI m going to hurt you, Insert name of Bruce Wayne here , and everyone you ve ever cared about .
If I had a dollar for every time I ve read heard that line.
It seems that every other superhero has given up on the concept of a sidekick except Batman and now that he has a son as his Boy Wonder not in this volume he s kind of stuck with one Even Captain America tried out that pain in the ass Rick Jones as a faux Bucky before giving him back to the Hulk Hulk need Rick s help with pop top lid Hulk fingers too big And don t call Falcon a sidekick Just don t.
Although Nightwing and Robin 3 Tim Drake make appearances in this story, here Catwoman fulfills this and, um, other roles for the Bats and the limits to those roles are put to the test by Hush, one of the creepier villains Batman has gone up against.
Insanity is a pre requisite for being a member of Batman s rogue s gallery and Hush gives The Joker a run for his money Poor guy was jealous of lil Bruce Wayne, his bestest pal, so he tried to kill his parents the old, tampering with the brakes gambit , but only succeeded in giving daddy a dirt nap Incredibly needy momma survived reminding Hush, at least thrice daily about how successful and hawt Bruce Wayne had become and that he s never going to be as good as old Brucie Never Now come and give your suffocating old crone of a mommy a hug Recommended for those of you who read and liked the Hush storyline.
Hush sucks Not even one of the greatest Batman writers ever, Paul Dini, can make him good Heart of Hush explores Tommy Elliot s origins in slightly detail than elsewhere though his motivation remains his jealousy of Bruce Wayne live your own life, Tommy He performs surgery on himself to look like Bruce hence the bandages and he has guns he likes to shoot What a terrible character, I really don t understand why anyone would like him In between the dull flashbacks to the past, in the present he s going after Bruce s nearest and dearest because he wants to hurt Bruce that s it, just hurt Bruce Such a weak plot Dustin Nguyen s art though is killer It s really tight and on point, I loved it Usually Dini at least matches his collaborators efforts but he falls way short on this one Heart of Hush is pants no Hush comics, please After reading the disaster that was Batman Harley and Ivy, I was a tad nervous to read anything else by Paul Dini I m happy to say, however, that he has totally redeemed himself in my eyes, anyway with Heart of Hush.
Hush, while not as awesome as Joker, is a pretty interesting villain Heart of Hush explores of Thomas Elliot s background, and also his warped reasoning for targeting Bruce Wayne.
I m sure you can see from the front cover that Catwoman is also a prominent figure in this story And really, is there ever such a thing as too much Selina Kyle No No, there is not.
I m afraid I ll give out spoilers if I keep going, so I ll just end this review with a big Two Thumbs Up 4.
5 stars Introduction After reading Batman Hush, I really got interested in Hush s character and where he came from since we only saw half of his story in the original story But thankfully, some of my reading friends managed to recommend me a story that continues the storyline from Batman Hush and it is called Batman Heart of Hush With great writing from Paul Dini, who also wrote some of the episodes from Batman the Animated Series, Batman Heart of Hush is definitely one comic you have to check out What is this story about Hush, also known as Tommy Elliot, is back with a vengeance and he is planning on making Batman suffer than ever before After using the same tactics which involves trying to break Batman s spirit by using his greatest foes to fight him, Hush manages to accomplish his ultimate goal in breaking Batman and that is kidnapping Catwoman Can Batman save Catwoman from Hush before it is too late What I loved about this story Paul Dini s writing After seeing that Paul Dini had written stories for the Batman franchise before, which was writing some of the episodes in Batman The Animated Series, the animated series that basically introduced me to the world of Batman, I was pleasantly surprised to see that Paul Dini had also written some stories for the Batman comics Batman Heart of Hush was basically the first Batman comic book story I had read from Paul Dini and it really started hooking me to his work Paul Dini had done a great job at providing a detailed back story on Tommy Elliot in this graphic novel since in Jeph Loeb s story of Batman Hush, he was shown to be Bruce Wayne s childhood friend, but that was basically all we got from his character In this graphic novel however, we get to see how Tommy s childhood had affected him as a character and how he started leading his life as the notorious villain Hush Paul Dini also did a fantastic job at making Hush into a calculating villain who knows Batman s weaknesses and uses it against him, as it truly makes Hush into one of Batman s most dangerous villains since the Joker The creepy atmosphere that Paul Dini provided for this story was portrayed greatly as we can feel tension whenever Hush is introduced into the story and the mystery that surrounds the characters and Hush s plan truly made this story interesting to read through Dustin Nguyen s artwork Dustin Nguyen s artwork may not be as memorable as Jim Lee s artwork in Batman Hush, but the artwork is still detailed and brilliantly captures the darkness of the story I loved the way that Dustin Nguyen s artwork has dark colorings covering the city of Gotham as it really brings in the darkness of the city and it sets up a creepy atmosphere for the story I also loved the way that Dustin Nguyen drew the facial expressions on the characters as they look truly realistic, especially whenever the characters look shocked or angry What made me feel uncomfortable about this story One of my biggest issues with this graphic novel was that I felt that the story was a bit too short and that many characters other than Tommy Elliot were not quite fleshed out like in Batman Hush I understand that this is Tommy Elliot s story, but I wanted to see of Nightwing and Catwoman like I did in Batman Hush and have the story expand on their perspectives on Hush and how Hush affected them as characters I also wanted to see romantic moments between Catwoman and Batman since it would have brought depth to Batman s determination to rescue Catwoman Also, even though I usually do not let the artwork affect my reading of comics at times, I felt that the artwork in this comic was not as memorable as Jim Lee s artwork and that the characters do not look as attractive as they did in Batman Hush Final Thoughts Overall, even though I had some problems with Batman Heart of Hush and I still consider Batman Hush to be a better story, it was still a truly interesting read and a great follow up to Batman Hush and Batman fans will definitely enjoy this book Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog I would like to thank my Goodreads friend Brandon for recommending me this book Batman has been blessed with a really interesting Rogue s Gallery There s a lot of depth in those villains, and frankly, they re pretty scary as a whole Hush has the distinction of being one of the creepiest, and with his competition, that s really saying something There s a lot of backstory here, about what made Hush who he is now His current plot is the main focus, though As the cover implies, it s much to do with Catwoman Basically, Hush has heard through the grapevine that the events of Batman RIP are about to happen and wants to kill Bruce Wayne first His tactic is to get at him through the people he loves, starting with Catwoman I ll be honest, I m kind of a Dini fangirl, so I m going to like pretty much anything he does But I do think it s worth it even if you re not a huge fan already Hush takes center stage, and he s a strong enough villain to handle it I liked the direction of the storyline itself, and I liked that it could have had lasting consequences The art is great, especially the fantastic covers And there s a great Joker cameo, which always makes me happy.
In a diabolical plan that can only come from the mind of a super villain, Hush kidnaps Batman s on again, off again ally, Catwoman and removes her still beating heart However, rather than killing her, Hush keeps both Catwoman and her heart in good health as he toys with Batman, trying to end him once and for all.
When I had read Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee s foray into the Hush character a few years back, I wasn t overly impressed Sure, it was a good story and the character was interesting, I just felt it lacked that punch that Loeb is known for with his often solid writing.
However, this time around, the character is in the capable hands of Paul Dini who is best known for his stellar story telling with the 90s Batman animated series Paul crafts an excellent story that really hammers Hush home as a worth adversary for The Dark Knight Tommy Elliot s Hush back story is expanded upon and at times, you can find yourself with feeling of empathy for the vindictive child hood friend of Bruce Wayne.
I m certainly not justifying the lengths of which Hush goes to effectively endthe Batman but you certainly can t blame him for feeling the way he does A hard upbringing and feeling unappreciated by family can really twist a person s world view.
A much better outing for Hush this time around Oh, and the Tumbler from Chris Nolan s Batman makes a cameo a nice nod to the series view spoiler I couldn t help but laugh at how quickly Hush s plan was nearly foiled by Alfred He had this well thought out extensive plan of changing his looks to appear as Bruce Wayne He would kill everyone within The Batcave, close down Wayne Enterprises and then disappear However, upon arrival at Wayne Manner, Alfred kicks his ass and nearly puts a stop to it immediately hide spoiler Not as good as the original Hush Might have been better released at the same time to flesh things out a bit Still good.
Hard to talk about this without spoiling something One thing s for sure, Hush is back Set within the whole Batman R.
I.
P saga, Hush decides that Batman s death will be his pleasure and no one else s That s what I call passion The story explores past events that connect and explain Hush s venomous hatred for Batman You get a scattered, but relatively thorough look at Hush s past as well Heart of Hush essentially delivers a dissected portrayal of the character making sure to show you how messed up Hush is It has some really interest ideas, backed up with great writing that even draws inspiration from several quotes by people like Aristotle Isn t there a saying that says how awesome you are based on how often you quote philosophers I probably made that up Soaked in a pretty huge array of emotions, this Batman story has a pretty twisted feel to it The artwork is also decent, with a clear, linear and sharp style It also plays with the colours to distinguish past from present There were parts that felt a little off though, like the action sequences with Hush I m not too impressed by the character s combat style, that s for sure He also has some lines that felt out of character especially in that last chapter that I wish they had not done In fact, that last chapter had some kind of tribute vibe to it, but I wasn t sure what the occasion was to even incorporate it into this particular storyarc Anyone who wants Hush in their lives should definitely check this out I mean, where else are you going to find him P.
S Full review to comeYours truly,Lashaan Blogger and Book ReviewerOfficial blog