Updated on 16 October, 2021
Batman Hush: Hush is a long-running American comic series written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Todd Klein. It was originally published in monthly comic books within the Batman comic book series, running from issues # 608 through #719 in September 2021. The series is a sequel to Batman: The Dark Knight. It follows the last days of the crime fighting vigilant of Batman's era, and sees the caped crusader put up against a variety of bad guys, including The Joker.
For those who might not be familiar with the characters or the story line, Batman Hush tells the story of a small, struggling town called Gotham City. It is a place where humanity treats each other with respect, but also has plenty of villains, criminals and the like. Batman must rely on his wits as he tries to keep Gotham City safe, while going up against villains from his past, such as The Joker. Batman must also learn that sometimes it pays to go with the flow, and follow the crowds when it comes to saving the city. In this way, he balances his commitment to finding peace with the necessity of fighting crime.
Two of the major supporting characters in this comic are The Joker and The Riddler. The Joker is the criminal who is responsible for a string of murders that took place within Gotham City. He is obsessed with fear, insanity, death and a twisted sense of humor. The Riddler is Batman's arch enemy, the mastermind behind the schemes and evil that plague the city. The Riddler wears a white suit, like the Joker, but has yellow eyes, a crooked nose and a walker-like torso.
The character known simply as Tommy Elliot is actually The Riddler. In this version, he is shown as a thin, middle-aged man who suffers from mental illness. It is revealed that The Riddler has been addicted to drugs since he was a young boy, leading to his insanity and inability to perceive reality around him. A number of Batman's villains begin to develop a crush on Tommy, who is also an expert in lock picking and solving puzzles.
This dark comedy is part of a large comic storyline known as Batman: The Dark Knight. The movie adaptation of this story features both Anne Hathaway, who is known for her amazing voice, as the beautiful and mischievous villain, and Jason Isaacs, who played the classic Batman nemesis, The Joker. The two stars shine in their respective characters, and both fans and critics are pleased with the movie. Batman Hush Comic review will reveal more about the film, including why it is considered to be among the best Batman films ever made.
One of the most interesting and compelling aspects of Batman: The Dark Knight is the story of Harvey Dent, who is the main character of the series. As the beloved detective is slowly losing his sanity, he is assisted by two-face, a criminal who wears a hooded sweatshirt, and a battery operated gun. Harvey deals with his own emotional issues while battling not only the Dent family, but The Riddler, The Joker, The Cat, and several other villains. The two-face is played by Christian Bale, who has received widespread praise for his take on this character. This article will reveal why The Dark Knight is among the best Batman movies ever made.
In the first act of the movie, the Riddler offers Batman a deal; if the vigilante kills him, he will offer Harvey Dent a chance at redemption. Batman doesn't want to kill anyone, and so he agrees to the deal. However, two-face has other plans, and he sends several of his goons to attack the city, which includes the rescue of an trapped woman by The Riddler. Batman uses his Batmobile to chase after two-face, and is able to stop the criminals after capturing Two-Face, although he is left injured in the process.
Batman: The Dark Knight, unlike many comic versions, is a dark comedy, as it follows the life of the titular hero after his marriage to Rachel Dawes, and his transformation into the Dark Knight. Most notable to Batman's personality changes is the transformation of his hair, which goes from a dark gray to a pale blond. Although the film version of Two-Face has gray hair, he is much more realistic than the comic book version, which made Two-Face look like he had a goatee. The Dark Knight features some of the best Batman action ever filmed, and Christian Bale delivers every scene with utter confidence, and with a level of emotional sincerity that makes the character come even more tragic. For this reason, The Dark Knight is highly recommended...