Harleen Quinzel, an orphaned NYU graduate student with an Honour's Degree in criminal psychology, gets a job as a junior psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum in Gotham City. Disdainful at having a blonde young woman amongst his staff of older, more serious shrinks, the supervisor - George Barrie - throws her in at the deep end by getting her to monitor the Joker's state of mind on a weekly basis. Using her initiative, Quinzel tries role-reversal, in which she's the inmate and he's the psychiatrist. The plan is vetoed by her boss, warning her to stick to the procedures regarding psychoanalysis ...
Gotham City's infected by a crime epidemic, and all of Batman's enemies have emerged to throw his life into utter chaos. But little do they know that they know that they're all pawns of the villainous Hush in his elaborate game of revenge against Bruce Wayne. Pushed past his breaking point, Batman will need to use more that the world's greatest detective skills to uncover the true identity of this mysterious mastermind before it's too late.
Batman gets pulled into a world of demons and personal vendettas while trying to find his childhood friend Dawn Golden whose is involved in all of it.
The two billionaire playboys/vigilantes are challenged against each other as Ra's Al Ghul and his new associate Deathstroke move their plan forward. MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sustained sequences of action and violence, and for some language.
The Justice League of yesteryear has retired, and gotten old. The current League goes to stop a being called the Anti-Monitor, but fail, and now the old League is the universe's last hope. In this, their last hurrah, can they hope to defeat this powerful new enemy? Note: I am talking about casting older actors in these parts. I didn't think I had to explain that, but that's what I get for underestimating people's capacity for stupidity. Person who inspired this note: Consider yourself fortunate there is no apparent way to find out who you are, and therefore tell everyone ...
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