Hush finally breaks his silence and decides to make life difficult for Batman. What is Tommy Elliot’s gameplan? And what will Bruce Wayne’s return mean for the man who’s been masquerading as Bruce all these months?

Also, the final, thrilling installment of the Manhunter co-feature is here! Kate confronts a vicious enemy who has infiltrated her personal life. Everyone she cares about is in danger, and so is her secret identity! Can she protect her loved ones? And when it’s all said and done, will she decide to stay in Gotham City – or return to the relative peace of Los Angeles?

Written by PAUL DINI
Co-feature written by MARC ANDREYKO
Co-feature art by JEREMY HAUN

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  1. Looks like we’re finally going to get more Hush in this book!

  2. @PraxJarvin: I don’t know–there’s still the second part of the Carpenter story to do. I think it’s another case of a Dini title with an inaccurate solicitation. 

  3. @DKJ-Seriously, how does DC keep doing this with this book??  I consistently find myself having to check the insides to make sure that the solicitation is correct before going to the counter with this title.  It’s a bit ridiculous for both the consumer and the retailer.

  4. Yeah, I’m not sure what’s going on with that either–it’s even worse with Gotham City Sirens. 

  5. I hope this really is the second part of the Carpenter story.  I was only really buying this for the Manhunter back-up and now that it’s over this was going to be my last issue. 

  6. Totally switching to trades. I’m really only interested in the Hush storyarc and haven’t liked the the other aspects of the book *that* much. I did love the Zsaz story, but it was a little dulled down with the time-delays.

  7. Man these past two issues were dull. I’m a big fan of Dini, and particularly his knack for one-and-done stories in the Animated Series style, but I couldn’t care less about this Carpenter character. It was one thing to sit through a boring TAS episode, but this was like a boring TAS episode that took two months to tell.

    Looking forward to Heart of Hush 2, though. The first one was fantastic. Dini’s done more with Tommy Elliot than anyone since his first appearance. Including Jeph Loeb.

  8. I like the inclusion of The Carpenter into the Bat-mythos. Hope we see her again.

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