| > Mostly good, but there's no way Hush makes it two feet with Tim, Dick and Bruce all trying to take him down. Also, Bruce left him to die in the whirly crash, possibly even to get pulled up into the spinning rotors and decapitated, which is not what Bruce does. Finally, them leaving it at "he couldn't have survived, all we found was a shred of clothing" is just dumb; they know better by now. I was also hoping for a more final ending for Hush himself, but that's just a personal preference -- I don't find him all that fascinating as a character.|
It must be said, however, that Selina really did put the screws to Hush in a fitting and clever way. All his life had been about wiping out his parents and winning his freedom from them through their wealth...and Selina took all that away from him, making him little more than a ragged fugitive without the Elliot fortune or the Elliot name he'd murdered and thrown love away to obtain.
Selina made Hush's entire life into the bad joke it always was, but now Tommy hasn't got even the thin shreds of denial or the comforts of money that allowed him to play his little games of hatred and denial. She hit him where it really hurts: right in the ego.
I also have to wonder how much crazier Tommy's gonna go now that he gets to see Bruce Wayne's face every time he looks in a mirror. If he hated the comparison before, how about now that he's a penniless outcast?