Warner Bros. and DC have already released the new animated feature ‘Batman: Hush’ and now we’ve got a new clip from the film to share with you! Directed by Justin Copeland, the film is bringing the iconic 2002 tale by Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee to life! The latest animation from the film shows off Catwoman taking on Harley Quinn in an Opera which is a direct scene from the comic.

If you’ve read the book, you also know that the fight in the Opera scene leads into one of the biggest twists in this story so it is one that you’ll want to be watching for if you haven’t read the book!


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Thanks to Screen Rant we’ve got the latest ‘Batman: Hush’ clip to share with you today!


I’m thrilled with this scene. While I tend to be more of a Marvel guy, I do dip my toe into the DC end of the pool for specific events and books which come highly recommended. The “Hush” storyline was one of those which I loved to read, and each trailer for the film has made it look like we’re getting a spot-on adaptation of it. Yes, there are some changes from the story, but both Marvel and DC are known for changing things up when it comes to adapting their films and shows from the source material.

‘Batman: Hush’ has voice work being handled by Jason O’Mara, Jennifer Morrison, Jerry O’Connell, Rebecca Romijn, Rainn Wilson, Sean Maher, Bruce Thomas, Stuart Allen, James Garrett, Maury Sterling, Geoffrey Arend, Vanessa Williams, Jason Spisak, Adam Gifford, Dachie Alessio, Peyton List, and Tara Strong.

When threads from Batman’s past begin to unravel, the race is on for the Dark Knight to crack Hush’s deadly game. Based on the tour de force graphic novel, Batman: Hush ranks as one of the greatest Batman stories ever told. A virtual who’s who of DC – including Superman, Nightwing, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Joker and more – is woven into this twisting tale of murder, mystery and romance that will create strange alliances and reveal shattering secrets when Hush’s silence is finally broken.

You can pick up a copy of ‘Batman: Hush’ on physical media or digitally today!