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* WhamLine: Just two words, [[spoiler: "Right Bruce?"]]


** The opera which Bruce and Selina attend ([[spoiler:and which a disguised Harley Quinn mangles]]) is ''Theatre/{{Pagliacci}}'', which a disguised Joker mangled in an episode of the [[Series/{{Batman}} 1966 series]].

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** The opera which Bruce and Selina attend ([[spoiler:and which a disguised Harley Quinn mangles]]) is ''Theatre/{{Pagliacci}}'', which a disguised Joker mangled in an episode of the [[Series/{{Batman}} [[Series/Batman1966 1966 series]].

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* MotiveMisidentification: Batman figures that [[spoiler: Tommy hates Bruce Wayne because Thomas Wayne failed to save the life of Tommy's father after a car crash. Thomas reveals it's because Thomas ''did'' save his mother and ruined the perfect "accident" Eliott had arranged to kill his parents for the inheritance, forcing him to let his mother live for years before he could get the money.]]


* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: young Tommy Elliot, just a little too cool and cruel in the way he speaks and acts, especially towards young Bruce.

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* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: young Young Tommy Elliot, just a little too cool and cruel in the way he speaks and acts, especially towards young Bruce.

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** One of the first things Selina notices in the batcaves medical ward is the sheer amount of scar tissue on Batman's back, just as her Golden Age counterpart did in ''The Brave and the Bold'' 197.

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** The opera which Bruce and Selina attend ([[spoiler:and which a disguised Harley Quinn mangles]]) is ''Theatre/{{Pagliacci}}'', which a disguised Joker mangled in an episode of the [[Series/{{Batman}} 1966 series]].

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* IdiotBall: The premise requires that the infamously CrazyPrepared Batman doesn't have a contingency plan for Batrope failure.


It was kind of a big deal.

Critically well-liked and artistically beloved, it marked Jim Leeís first major return to monthly comics since Heroes Reborn for Marvel in the mid 90s, plus his first collaboration with Jeph Loeb (who to that point had made a name for himself on ''ComicBook/ChallengersOfTheUnknown'', plus the ''Legends of the Dark Knight'' Halloween specials, ''ComicBook/TheLongHalloween'' and ''ComicBook/DarkVictory'').

It broke sales and reprint records left and right, worked alongside stories from the comics of the day (namely Lex Luthor being president of the United States, Jim Gordonís retirement, plus Gotham still recovering from an earthquake and ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''), and had massive repercussions that to a large extent still impact the Bat-universe to this day.

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It was kind of a big deal.

Critically well-liked and artistically beloved, it
marked Jim Leeís first major return to monthly comics since Heroes Reborn for Marvel in the mid 90s, plus his first collaboration with Jeph Loeb (who to that point had made a name for himself on ''ComicBook/ChallengersOfTheUnknown'', plus the ''Legends of the Dark Knight'' Halloween specials, ''ComicBook/TheLongHalloween'' and ''ComicBook/DarkVictory'').

It broke sales and reprint records left and right, worked alongside stories from the comics of the day (namely Lex Luthor being president of the United States, Jim Gordonís retirement, plus Gotham still recovering from an earthquake and ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''), and had massive repercussions that to a large extent still impact the Bat-universe to this day.


An AnimatedAdaptation by the way of the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies has been rumored for a while, and was finally announced at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con as part of the 2019 lineup.

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An AnimatedAdaptation by the way of the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies has been rumored for a while, and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanHush'' was finally announced at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con as part of the 2019 lineup.


* HijackedByGanon[=/=]TheManBehindTheMan:[[spoiler: The Riddler.]]



* TheManBehindTheMan:[[spoiler: The Riddler.]]


''Batman: Hush'' is a 12-issue story, out of the monthly ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comic, published between December 2002-September 2003, written by Creator/JephLoeb and illustrated by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair.

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''Batman: Hush'' is a 12-issue story, out of the monthly ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comic, published between December 2002-September 2003, written by Creator/JephLoeb and illustrated by Jim Lee, Creator/JimLee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair.


** [[DragonInChief: The Riddler.]]

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** [[DragonInChief: [[spoiler: DragonInChief: The Riddler.]]

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** [[DragonInChief: The Riddler.]]


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** [[spoiler: Lampshaded with the Riddler.]]

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* VorpalPillow: How Tommy kills his mother.


* ArtShift: Lee uses painted art for flashbacks (lighter softer tones for when young Bruce and Tommy seeing the Alan Scott Green Lantern, and blood red for when Batman flashback-revisits the death of Jason and the crippling of Barbara).

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* ArtShift: Lee uses painted art for flashbacks (lighter softer tones for when young Bruce and Tommy seeing se the Alan Scott Green Lantern, and blood red for when Batman flashback-revisits revisits the death of Jason and the crippling of Barbara).

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