First Look at Batman Hush Arrives as Cast Is Announced




DC Comics & # 39; Batman Hush is finally adapted for the screen. The long-awaited animation film has announced its official distribution and published a picture at first sight. The original comics were created by Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee in 2002 and are highly respected by Batman fans who have been waiting for the film for almost 20 years now. The plot introduced the naughty Hush to the DC Comics universe and brought a bunch of familiar faces, which will also make the movie.

While many fans were waiting for Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill to hear Batman and Joker, this is not the case for Batman: Hush . The cast includes Jason O 'Mara (Bruce Wayne / Batman), Jennifer Morrison (Selina Kyle / Catwoman), Jerry O' Connell (Superman), Rebecca Romijn (Lois Lane), Rainn Wilson (Lex Luther), Sean Maher (Nightwing), Bruce Thomas (Jim Gordon). , Stuart Allan as Damian Wayne, James Garrett as Alfred, Maury Sterling as Hush, Geoffrey Arend as Riddler, Vanessa Williams as Amanda Waller, Jason Spisak as Joker, Adam Gifford as Bane, Peyton List as Poison Ivy and Batgirl, Dachie Alessio as Lady Shiva and Tara Strong as an anonymous reporter. Conroy and Hamill are both big fans of the source material and talk about the film's release for years.

As for the first image of Batman: Hush she stages the Caped Crusader seems to be a batarang towards the camera. No one else is pictured, but that sounds promising. However, fans will be disappointed that Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill have not returned to resume their roles. Jason O Mara has already voiced the Black Knight and there are several other familiar DC names in the cast list.

The image of Batman: Hush also shows that the appearance of the character is a departure from the source material. Instead, we get a darker version of the character that is closer to what we had seen in previous animated projects, which should be well received by DC fans. That said, there will be more than likely a few fans who were expecting to see something closer to the source material, which would have also been pretty cool to see the animated form.

Batman: Hush due out this summer. No official release date has been announced, but this information will probably be revealed soon now that the distribution and the image of the first reading have been released. Fortunately, the wait is almost over. DC fans have long been waiting to see Hush's story in an animated form, which means there is some pressure to do things right and do justice to the source. While waiting for the official trailer and the official release date, you can consult the first image below Batman: Hush thanks to IGN.

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