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In late 2002, acclaimed writer Jeph Loeb and a talented artist known for his work at Marvel, Image and WildStorm named Jim Lee debuted a 12-part Batman storyline in the pages of BATMAN #608. The story’s title was “Hush,” and the simple name belied a surprisingly complex story that would feature much of the Dark Knight’s popular rogues’ gallery, hint at the eventual return of the once dead Jason Todd, introduce Bruce Wayne’s childhood friend Tommy Elliot and bring the romantic undertones of Batman’s relationship with Catwoman to the forefront for the first time. It’s a story that’s ripe with cinematic potential, as we’ll likely discover when it’s brought to animated life as part of the next wave of DC Universe Movies. Sources: https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2018/07/20/batman-hush-is-getting-an-animated-movie https://www.cbr.com/batman-hush-animated-film-announcement/ This is one exciting news. I love HUSH storyline. And of course, I love Jim Lee's art. The other big Batman storylines that I want them to make as an animated featurette is Sword of Azrael, and Knightfall. I don't mind it even if they do it in Batman Animated (Bruce Timm) style.