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by Paul Dini,Dustin Nguyen

  • ISBN: 0857684701
  • Category: Comics & Graphic
  • Author: Paul Dini,Dustin Nguyen
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Other formats: lit lrf mobi lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (August 24, 2012)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • FB2 size: 1496 kb
  • EPUB size: 1306 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 373
Download Batman: The Streets of Gotham: The Streets of Gotham Volume 3, . the House of the Hush House of the Hush v. 3 fb2

Batman: Streets of Gotham (Volume 1) was an ongoing series, published by DC Comics. It ran from 2009 until 2011. It starred Batman, Manhunter, and Ragman.

Batman: Streets of Gotham (Volume 1) was an ongoing series, published by DC Comics. Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham Batman: Streets of Gotham #11.

House of Hush brings the first arc of the series to a close with Hush, still posing as the missing Bruce Wayne, taking advantage of the chaotic return of a former enemy of the Wayne's attempts to finally destroy Bruce's legacy

House of Hush brings the first arc of the series to a close with Hush, still posing as the missing Bruce Wayne, taking advantage of the chaotic return of a former enemy of the Wayne's attempts to finally destroy Bruce's legacy. House of Hush is not only the third volume of Streets of Gotham (and thus tied to the previous two volumes) but also serves as a fitting semi-sequel to Heart of Hush (where Tommy Elliott surgically altered his face to look like Bruce's in the first place). Unfortunately, before the House of Hush finale the volume includes a short preliminary arc in which.

Batman: Streets of Gotham is an American comic book written by Paul Dini, with art by Dustin Nguyen

Batman: Streets of Gotham is an American comic book written by Paul Dini, with art by Dustin Nguyen. The series ran for 21 issues, from 2009 to 2011. Streets of Gotham features Batman as the main character, but from a "street level" with other characters providing the main narrative.

The first part of the volume focuses on a character called The Carpenter, a Mad Hatter minion, who has a talent for building lairs for villains

The first part of the volume focuses on a character called The Carpenter, a Mad Hatter minion, who has a talent for building lairs for villains. Her latest gig: building a movie set for The Director. Not the Mad or Evil or Ill-Tempered Director, just the Director.

This paperback collects the Batman: The House of Hush storyline and the The Carpenter's Tale story. These stories were originally published in the comic book series Batman: Streets of Gotham from July, 2010 to May, 2011. The stories are written. The stories are written by Paul Dini, Dustin Nguyen, and Derek Fridolfs. The illustrations are by Dustin Nguyen

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Batman: Streets of Gotham - Hush Money. Paul Dini and Dustin Nguyen deliver an exciting continuation of the saga of Tommy Elliot and Bruce Wayne in this highly anticipated sequel to HEART OF HUSH. by Paul Dini · Dustin Nguyen · Derek Fridolfs. Cracking under the strain of living as "Bruce Wayne," Elliot plans his final, murderous revenge on. Batman: Li'l Gotham, Vol. 1. by Dustin Nguyen · Derek Fridolfs.

Part of the Batman Series, Batman: Streets of Gotham ( Series, and Modern Batman ( Series). Cracking under the strain of living as Bruce Wayne, Tommy Elliot plans his final, murderous revenge on Dick Grayson and Selina Kyle - Collected from STREETS OF GOTHAM and 16-20.

Cracking under the strain of living as Bruce Wayne, Elliot plans his final, murderous revenge on Dick Grayson, Selina Kyle and other members of Batman's network of friends and allies. Will Dick and Damian be enough to thwart Tommy's plans, or will the end of Hush require the return of Bruce Wayne.
Reviews about Batman: The Streets of Gotham: The Streets of Gotham Volume 3, . the House of the Hush House of the Hush v. 3 (7):
Minnai
House of Hush is awesome!!! Paul Dini returns Hush to the center stage in this amazing and unfortunately last volume of Streets of Gotham. Hush, still masquerading as Bruce Wayne and under constant supervision by members of the Bat-Family, wants nothing more than to bring an end to Bruce Wayne and both his legacies. Little does he know that another enemy, an old gangster recently released from prison, has it out for Wayne, will become part of Hush's plan to ruin everything for Batman and his family. Not only does this story focus on Hush, but the past is uncovered, revealing more on the relationship between the Wayne and Elliot Families. Catwoman also makes an appearance in the story, and with her, the question of what the future has in store for her and Bruce. Apart from the Hush storyline, it also includes the two part series of the Carpenter's tale. Paul Dini masterfully tells the story and keeps you reading while the art of Dustin Nguyen, paints it perfectly. Overall a great addition to the Batman Library and a must have for Hush fans.
Ieslyaenn
Paul Dini is a great Batman writer but if you are unfamiliar with the previous Streets of Gotham books (not listed chronologically) parts can get confusing. A dark, villain-centic title, it sheds light on the past of Bruce's family in a rather interesting way. For serious Bat-devotees only, but a fun ride for those of you who are.
Der Bat
I was really enjoying Streets of Gotham, but this last book didn't really hold its own to the previous two for me. The description made me happy because it implied that Dick and Damian were going to have to put Hush to rest, but most of the book was jammed with a plethora of side character stories that I wasn't necessarily interested in. I was expecting a really exciting and whopping conclusion to the Bruce/Tommy ordeal, but it wasn't even the highlight of the book. This may be because SoG was cancelled prematurely (if I remember right) so maybe things just weren't able to come together the way DC would have intended. I'm not sure. I actually received and read it about a month ago, and I don't remember much from it, except that it wasn't as good as I'd hoped it would be for the conclusion to the story.

That being said, the art was really nice, which was a plus.
Timberahue
Well, as someone who has loved and grown up with Paul Dini's work (all the DC animated shows) this was a big letdown. I loved Dini's previous two installments of this series, Streets of Gotham, and loved his run on Detective comics (please re-release the first two trades!) but this third and final volume was a big letdown.

This volume starts off with a two part story about The Carpenter, for those of you who remember the girl who was, well, the carpenter, in Mad Hatter's wonderland gang back in his run of Detective comics. It's about her being hired by some creepy director who wants to build a deathtrap house to use in a snuff film finishing off Batman. The premise itself is lame and it doesn't really go anywhere.

The meat of this collection then follows with another showdown with Hush. An old gangster, Judson Pierce gets out of prison and has a vendetta to settle with the Wayne family. He has never met Bruce but wants him to pay for what his parents did to him. Pierce goes after Bruce, who is actually Tommy Elliot, Hush, set to be Bruce by Dick Grayson (acting Batman) and Alfred, while the real Bruce is out. Needless to say, things go wrong, Pierce and Elliot team up and Bruce is back.

The problem with this story is that it didn't focus on the main conflict at hand, Bruce vs. Tommy, at least not in the present. This story is loaded with flashbacks that bloat and muddle the Batman mythos. We are overloaded with a how Bruce's parents met, with more in depth looks at them, Bruce's dad knowing Zatanna's dad, a character Dini overuses, and even a possible Joker origin story, or at least a look at his childhood. Too much. And then in the present, a new themed supervilian comes out of nowhere for little purpose. And despite this being a Hush revenge story, the only active ally Bruce has is Catwoman! Dick (after Bruce's return), Robin, and the rest of the Bat-family are void of the story.

The artwork is good. Dustin Nguyen's covers are awesome! His work in the actual comic is decent. He becomes lazy with backgrounds at some points, almost drawing stick figures at times. Plus, he uses the same design for almost everyone's head.

This could have been a lot better but it is what it is and at 9 issues for the price plus a table of contents with cover art placed before each chapter the price isn't too bad. 9 issues! Haha. But this only for diehard fans of Paul Dini and or those who have to have everything Batman.
Malalanim
I would suggest a person will really enjoy reading the "Hush" saga, I enjoyed it and would recommend to anybody that would like a well written book about Batman.
Virn
When I had first heard about Streets of Gotham and after reading the short summary I had gotten the impression that it was going to be Hush vs Dick and Damian and got really excitied because Hush is such an interesting character, by far one of my all time favorite Batman villains and Dick Grayson is my all time favorite Batman character (hero), so when I first started reading Streets of Gotham it did seem like it was going to be Hush vs Dick, it seemed like they were slowly building up towrds it, I mean I defintiety did expect Bruce to show up and have something to with this story's plot considering that Hush was a very personal villain for Bruce, so I was pretty disappointed to see Bruce just come in at the end of this series and it becoming once again Bruce vs Hush, disappointed but not surprised, I still held out hope that Dick would at least have something to do with taking Hush down considering how Streets of Gotham started, but no Dick gets a quick mention by Bruce and doesn't make an appearance. The ending to the whole Hush/Bruce thing was even more disappointing, was also a little disappointed that Tim Drake and Cassandra Cain never made an appearance would have really loved to have seen a Dick,Tim, and Cass team up I was really unsatisfied with this team up in Gates of Gotham (though I am aware that Cass wasn't around during this time the writers could have still made it happen somehow). Overall, even though the house of hush storyline was disappointing please still pick up Streets of Gotham all the story's that come before this one are SO good.

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