Anne's Reviews > Batman: Heart of Hush

Batman by Paul Dini
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Nov 01, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: comics, graphic-novels, read-in-2011

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 more 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!
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Sesana That is one fantastic looking cover.

And you're quite right, there's no such thing as too much Catwoman.

Anne Yeah, the cover is pretty awesome, and I was so glad that the story inside lived up to it! I guess Harley and Ivy was just a fluke, because Streets of Gotham and Heart of Hush are really good. I'm going to have to try to check out more of Dini's stuff!

Sesana I highly recommend it. I've always enjoyed his work. Don't know what was going on with Harley and Ivy, but it sounds like he was really off his game.

Ronyell Great review Anne! This was a pretty good read!

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