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(From Malay Mail)
Byline: Rizal Solomon
BATMAN GOTHAM KNIGHTS ISSUE 60 & 61 DC BATMAN: Hush was a phenomenon.
No two ways about it.
Written by Jeph Loeb, with art and Cover by Jim Lee and Scott Williams, it kept readers on the edge of their seats for an entire year.
In this story of murder, mystery and romance, Batman sets out on a simple mission to discover the identity of the mysterious character wreaking havoc in his life and ultimately finds himself, among other things, in a battle against his greatest ally.
And that's just the beginning of his troubles.
Throughout the entire epic story, Batman finds himself being played like a puppet by an enemy who knows his deepest, darkest secrets.
Along the way, we see familiar faces in Batman's canon - both friend and foe - being roped into this conspiracy, for both good and evil reasons.
Okay, so I was one of those people who faithfully collected Batman: Hush through its 12 issue run and also went out and got the two trades that collected the blockbuster story arc.
Thus, you can imagine how - to say the least - `bewildered' I feel right now to realise that after a full year of issues...
the identity of `Hush' still remains a mystery.
Hush began with Batman on a seemingly easy trail of the Killer Croc - who had kidnapped a young boy.
The kid is the son of a super-rich businessman and the Croc has collected the ransom of US$10 million.
But, as he proceeds to investigate, Batman slowly realises …