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Books 2006: Hush Returns

Batman: Hush Returns by A. J. Lieberman, Al Barrionuevo, and Javier Pina
ISBN: 1401209009
Publisher: DC Comics
Date: Jan. 2006
Pages: 208
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About this book:

Witness the return of Batman's deadliest new enemy in this volume collecting BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #50-55 and #66! Hush's unexpected reappearance raises more questions about his true identity, origins and motivations.

In retrospect, I don't know why I read this. I don't generally follow the Batman titles. I had never heard of the writer, the artists, nor of the storyline itself, despite being a regular reader of more than a dozen comic book weblogs. And I was distinctly unimpressed with the original appearance of Hush and therefore had no particular reason to be excited or even interested in his return. Nevertheless, I did read it, and it didn't do any lasting damage, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone else.

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