Batman: Hush, Vol. 1

Batman Hush Vol From Jeph Loeb the author of Batman Dark Victory and Jim Lee the founder of Wildstorm Comics Old friends and enemies find themselves thrown together in a murderous plot hatched by Poison

  • Title: Batman: Hush, Vol. 1
  • Author: Jeph Loeb Jim Lee Scott Williams
  • ISBN: 9781401200602
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Jeph Loeb, the author of Batman Dark Victory 1563898683 and Jim Lee, the founder of Wildstorm Comics.Old friends and enemies find themselves thrown together in a murderous plot hatched by Poison Ivy What is she plotting No one quite knows, but by manipulating both Batman and his enemies Killer Croc and Catwoman tensions are high and no one is to be trusted in GotFrom Jeph Loeb, the author of Batman Dark Victory 1563898683 and Jim Lee, the founder of Wildstorm Comics.Old friends and enemies find themselves thrown together in a murderous plot hatched by Poison Ivy What is she plotting No one quite knows, but by manipulating both Batman and his enemies Killer Croc and Catwoman tensions are high and no one is to be trusted in Gotham City tonight

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    1. Jeph Loeb Jim Lee Scott Williams

      Joseph Jeph Loeb III is an Emmy and WGA nominated American film and television writer, producer and award winning comic book writer Loeb was a Co Executive Producer on the NBC hit show Heroes, and formerly a producer writer on the TV series Smallville and Lost.A four time Eisner Award winner and five time Wizard Fan Awards winner see below , Loeb s comic book career includes work on many major characters, including Spider Man, Batman, Superman, Hulk, Captain America, Cable, Iron Man, Daredevil, Supergirl, the Avengers, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, much of which he has produced in collaboration with artist Tim Sale, who provides the comic art seen on Heroes.


    1. "Hush. Don't make me separate you two" is awesome. Great art work (it is Jim Lee come on) great story, and plenty of guest stars. Right from the first page, my first thought is this is the way Batman is supposed to be. He does not have any superpowers so he has to rely on technology, tactics and in some cases his family/friends.This comic has many elements from the Knightfall storyline. However where Bane was a imposing monster of muscle, the mistry of Hush is he seem to be a step ahead of Batma [...]

    2. Introduction: I have been reading many “Batman” comics for awhile now and after searching for some really good “Batman” stories that were recommended to me by other fellow comic book readers, I keep hearing good things about “Batman: Hush” and I finally picked it up! “Batman: Hush Volume One” is apart of an alternative universe in DC Comics called “Elsewhere,” like where “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” also came from and I have to admit, I really enjoyed this volume!Wha [...]

    3. Batman is pissed off. Not only are his usual enemies plaguing Gotham, but they’ve somehow united behind a mysterious figure. The Dark Knight is looking for clues, which means he ends up bumping into a few nasty faces from the past. He can handle them, he has done in the past, but what he wasn’t counting on was them manipulating Superman into fighting him.This is no Batman v Superman. The Bat is unprepared and taken of his guard. It made for a great showdown, albeit one-sided. However that wa [...]

    4. In this tale Batman suffers a grievous injury that takes him out of Gotham and into Superman's territory where he touches base with an old childhood friend and deals with several major villains of his past. I like how Wayne's character was established. That isn't something done very well in a lot of the other Batman graphic novels. There's an obvious shades of gray as to how matters are resolved a la The Batman Way or The Superman Way. Hardcore critics will take issue with how Batman was injured [...]

    5. So tells me that most of the Batman comics I like are what DC calls "Elsewhere" comics, meaning they take place outside of the regular continuity of the DC universe, thus allowing for greater freedom in story telling. But this book is part of the regular DC continuity and it turns out that this is the real Bizarro World, because like a fundamentalist reading the Bible, every word in the text has to be taken as fact, despite having been written by many different men, over the course of many year [...]

    6. Oh this was really good. I love Batman and I've heard that the Hush arc is a classic that I have to read, and so far I'm really enjoying it. So far my one complaint (?), more of just a request really, is where are my Robin's ?? Dick, Jason, or Tim, anyone really, I'm surprised Nightwing hasn't come in yet, Huntress even made an appearance. Anyway, onto volume two, which I'm really excited about because I believe there's an appearance by one of my fave ladies, miss Harley Quinn!

    7. I'm not really sure why this story arc was so popular - I think it was mostly due to Jim Lee being the artist. It's an okay Batman story and does further the larger arcs in his life a bit, but it's not exactly worth the hype in my opinion. The major plot points turn on several unrealistic "surprise!" gimmicks; in that respect it's more of a somewhat lame attempt at a big shake-up in the batverse thriller than a solid or intriguing detective story.

    8. El Batman detective, el más calculador, se enfrenta al secuestro de un niño que termina siendo mucho más que eso, sumando a la trama cada vez más compleja a medida que avanza, con villanos y héroes controlados por Poison Ivy sin ser en apariencia ni ella misma la cabeza de tal complot. Los dibujos de Jim Lee pasan de geniales a horribles sin escalas. Me arrepiento haberlo comprado traducido pero es que salieron muy baratos estos dos primeros tomos.

    9. When I first finished reading Hush vol. 1 I was entirely going ga-ga over the hot Batman and Catwoman's making out scenes! But now after I calm down a little, I can see although Batman's action scenes and his nightly adventures are as effectively written as usual, the villains as awesome as always and the artwork is purely superb, still the storyline and the main villain Hush do leave me a bit underwhelmed. I know, Hush does a lot better in vol. 2, still in vol. 1 he is better in the story. the [...]

    10. A very good Batman read. The story is solid and there’s plenty of guest appearances from famous Batman characters, villains, and DC superheroes. The artwork is terrific and the writing is nicely done also. The book is filled with plenty of intense action sequences that are a treat to read. The tone is gritty, with a no fucking around type of Batman and I really liked it.

    11. Graphic Novel. This is exactly the kind of Batman story I like, Batman surrounded by his friends and enemies, chasing after Catwoman, being teased by Nightwing, secretly conspiring with Robin, hanging out with Superman, bizarrely annoying Lex Luthor. The big reveal of the so-called criminal mastermind was from roving, roving left field while at the same time totally flat, but that's okay, I had fun watching Batman get frazzled and scruffy, and the artwork was fantastic, the dark muscular Gotham, [...]

    12. I've wanted to read this story for the longest time and I was nervous I'd be disappointed. I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED! This is how you write Batman. It's fast paced, it's exciting and the bad guys and cameos keep coming and are done so well. The artwork, I love the artwork it is just so beautiful. Jim Lee can just draw! I love the story an the endinge ending! I feel like I'm just gushing but that's just how much I enjoyed this book.

    13. Wow. Fantastic work by Jeph Loeb here. It makes use of nearly every major character, and when a writer can do that and it makes sense without seeming gimmicky, it's rare. Loeb did that in 'Dark Victory' as well. Batman needs to find out who this new force is, or if it's one of the old gang up to new tricks, and he has help in somewhat unexpected places. Essential reading.

    14. "From Hell" raised my interest in graphic novels, "Batman: Hush, Vol.1" made me a fan of them. I've always been a Batman fan, so it wasn't hard for me to enjoy this. It was really cool to see all of Batman's enemies come together in one ginormous plot to attempt to take him down. With all the enemies coming together it made the story very unpredictable and kept me guessing about who "Hush" really was. This novel really showed the struggles that Bruce Wayne goes through on an everyday basis and h [...]

    15. Loved the art in here, and the story was solidly entertaining. More Catwoman, who is always a blast for me--I enjoy her moral ambiguity and almost impish personality.This touches on the reasons why I find Batman such an appealing characterd Superman not. Batman's got some real depth to him, and is willing to get down and dirty to do what's right in the end, plus seeing him take on a super-powered alien with effectively toys and gadgets is pretty damned awesome. Plus, this brings in some vulnerab [...]

    16. Leído de la edición en revistas de Sticker Design entre números prestados y otros que conseguí de saldo. Por cierto, si alguien me quiere revender el #1, bienvenido sea. El dibujo es muy bonito y todo lo que quieras y la historia se deja leer, pero peca de lo mismo que pecan casi todos los laburos de Jeph Loeb: es extremadamente infantil, tontoide y está mal ejecutado. Entiendo que en su momento haya vendido bien pero no que al día de hoy se lo siga citando como un clásico o como uno de l [...]

    17. I can't believe I haven't gushed about this . This is one of finest graphic novels I've ever read. The one which ignited my interest in them in the first place. It's also very close to my heart because all my siblings have read and loved it, thus making it special still. Now this is what Batty vs Superman should have been about. See, Warner Bro/DC guys you have so much good source material why not use it ? Also please do not feed Synder. He messed it up twice! Catwoman and Posion Ivy thrown into [...]

    18. The artwork elevates an otherwise simplistic story. It's like a free-for-all DC Royal Rumble with contrived surprises in the form of DC character appearances, both heroes and villains. It doesn't take advantage of the great build up and it just becomes one messy confrontation without real logical reason. But I do like the way they make Batman here so vulnerable, with real emotions and all.Despite the shortcomings, Batman: Hush Vol. 1 is still an entertaining Batman read.

    19. I very much enjoyed this comic. It has a good storyline and good art. I really loved the incorporation of Superman.

    20. Loved seeing so much of Bruce's backstory, not so sure how I feel about Selina/Bruce, but I'm open to it and I'll where it goes and maybe I'll warm up to it? We shall see. It was a pleasant change to see Bruce so vulnerable when we saw him in his past. I'm so used to seeing him so strong minded and focused on whatever mission he's into, seeing him playing wasunusual. But in a good way. Of course Bruce being Bruce had to turn every game into some sort of training session, but at least he was play [...]

    21. This first half of Hush, feels very much like a first half, having reached nowhere really by the last page, having gone all around the houses in order to introduce the involvement of the various characters - mainly Catwoman, then Poison Ivy, Superman, Killer Croc, Bruce's childhood friend Tommy Elliott and Hush himself. For me, the epitome of Batman will always be the Giordano and Aparo era, but for all its modernisms, this book comes pretty close. Jim Lee's art is fantastic, as is the colour/pr [...]

    22. The artwork, as well as the story, was excellent, I've always loved the relationship between Batman and Catwoman, and Jeph Loeb also likes to toy with Poison Ivy's powers of persuasion in unique ways. Truly, Jeph Loeb is a master of the Batman graphic novel, I can't say enough about his excellence.At the same time, I wanted a bit more of Hush, rather than a shadowy guy just rubbing his hands together and twirling his mustache (which he must have under his bandages). I'm sure he'll be coming in m [...]

    23. This is a solid Batman story, a mystery in the vein of Batman: The Long Halloween (also by Jeph Loeb). There are a bunch of villians and supporting characters, but enough weight to the central story that it doesn't devolve into a villian-of-the-week sideshow. The art is great and the writing is pretty good. Any Batman fan will enjoy this.A brief appearance by Krypto the Superdog is ill-advised, but doesn't ruin the experience.Continued in Batman: Hush, Vol. 2

    24. I always second guess myself with these things. The reviews on the back of the book are so gushing with praise. Am I not getting something? I mean, it was ok but it didn't blow me away. If this is a good Batman comic, I wonder what the preceding ones were like Maybe I just don't like this style of superhero comics. Everyone seems so serious - it's like hammy acting. And yet a lot of it is kinda ridiculous. I laughed out loud when Superdog made an appearance! What the?! Is this a parody? As for t [...]

    25. The first half of Hush is fairly well-paced and uses Batman's rogues gallery to set up, what I presume, is an even bigger mystery than the Poison Ivy storyline. I particularly liked Batman's trip to Metropolis as he pursues Ivy. However, part of the story relies on Batman exploiting a possessed Superman's baser instincts as a good person, to which Batman claims that he's not a good person. That line of reasoning just struck me as wrong.If Batman isn't a good person, then why does he bother patro [...]

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