For all you comic book fans, this is an oldie but goodie from the DC Universe. Batman: Hush is sure to impress you with an awesome story and spectacular art!
Title: Batman 608-619
Publication Date: Dec. 2002 – Sept. 2003
Writer: Jeph Loeb
Penciller: Jim Lee
Inker: Scott Williams
This trio is a big deal! Let me educate you. First off, the art is breathtaking! It is done by my favorite team of Jim Lee on pencil and Scott Williams on ink. They’ve worked on, most notably, X-Men and WildC.A.T.s together. Jeph Loeb is a great writer and has been writing comic books for decades. He’s done some great storylines in some of the top titles such as Superman, Batman, The Hulk and Spiderman.
Cameo city! This story features a who’s who of characters from the Batman universe. The Scarecrow and Ra’s al Ghul rear their ugly (beautiful in the case of Poison Ivy) heads in this story line. I won’t give too much away but some appearances will twist your head around.
Mmm… Selina Kyle. My favorite part about this strip is that Batman and Catwoman team up to solve a great mystery. I love it anytime she shakes things up in Gotham City. We come to find that there are some ghosts in Bruce Wayne’s closet that don’t stay dead. A mysterious stalker named Hush appears and nobody knows a thing about him…
Honestly, you have to read it for yourself. The world of Batman reimagined through Jim Lee’s pencil and Jeph Loeb’s writing is definitely worth a trip to your local comic book store! (Mine is signed, thanks Mr. Lee!)