One of the most popular Batman stories of the modern era is unquestionably Batman: Hush. Written by Jeph Loeb, and with stellar artwork by Jim Lee, the 12-issue storyline gave Batman comics a magnificent shot of adrenaline. Since then, numerous collections have come out, with plenty more on the way, but the topic of this here article is that Batman: Hush is going to be made into an animated movie courtesy of DC Comics and their animated film line.
Putting out such classics like Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, Batman By Gaslight, and Batman: Year One, the only thing anyone knows for sure is that Batman: Hush is set to release in the summer of 2019. Whether it’ll be a standalone adaptation, a direct retelling, or whether it’ll be modified to fit in nicely with the rest of the current DC animated canon is anybody’s guess.
While you wait for 2019 to roll around, you might as well go and pick up the trade for Batman: Hush. Full of some of Batman’s greatest rogues, including the likes of Catwoman, the Joker, Poison Ivy, and others, the story focused on the villain Hush. This unknown character came out of nowhere and not only seemed to know Batman’s identity, but masterminded a series of deadly situations that nearly saw the end of the Dark Knight.