Author: Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee
Translator: Joong-seo Kim
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About This Book
When writer Loeb and artist Lee were assigned to one of DC Comics'
highest-profile titles, it resulted in the most acclaimed Batman stories since
Frank Miller revitalized the character in the Dark Knight series nearly two
decades ago. Both Loeb and Lee have large fan followings, Loeb for his
thoughtful takes on iconic superheroes, and Lee for his flashy, dynamic artwork.
The story line is set in motion by a mysterious foe who is manipulating Batman's
familiar villains, and that gives Loeb and Lee opportunity for distinctive
versions, in this book, of Joker, Riddler, and Clayface as well as former
villainess Catwoman, now embarked on a tentative romance with the Caped
Crusader. For all the hype surrounding Hush, both volumes are built largely
around the standard brawling by which, fairly or not, the superhero genre has
long been characterized. Which is no deterrent to the wild popularity both
volumes should enjoy. --Gordon Flagg
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