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Source Material #086 - Batman - "Hush" (2002-2003) - part 1

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Mark Radulich

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Hello everyone and welcome to another fantastic episode of SM.  tonight's episode heads back to the batcave to discuss arguably one of the best recent Batman stories told.  written by Jeph Loeb and pencilled by Jim Lee in 2002-2003, Batman's Hush put the world's greatest detective into another tremendous who dunnit mystery.  Introducing a new villain to Batman's rogues gallery, Hush masterfully used psychology to torment the Caped crusader over a 12 issue arc, delivering a potent story to readers at the time and a tale that still holds up today.  Join us as we venture into this story to truly find out the identity of Batman's assailant really is.  This discussion will be split into 3 parts, 4 issues a piece airing for the next 3 mondays, right here on the radulich in broadcasting network.  accompanying me on this journey is none other than the RIBN resident evil ginger Jayson Teasley and the Screaming Boy Podcast's own Ronnie Adams.



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OK fans, here we go don that cape, polish that batarang, and tune up that batmobile.  our part 1 discussion of Hush starts... right now!