Made from 67% cotton, 28% polyester, and 5% spandex, these gray Batman Hush Crew Socks feature the very Bat Symbol worn by an especially beset upon Batman during the now-classic Batman story, "Hush." Besides the story-specific, black-colored Bat Symbol rendered by artist Jim Lee, these Batman crew socks also feature black accents covering the cuff, the heel, and toe-zones, as well as a subtle "BATMAN" logo resting on the sock's still-gray top. If you're a fan of the modern classic written by Jeph Loeb with that excessively detailed art by Jim Lee, then you're all about the "Batman: Hush" aesthetic. Running through the monthly Batman book from 2002-2003, "Hush" introduced Bruce's childhood friend, renowned neurosurgeon Tommy Elliot, who may have been pulling the strings behind some of Batman's dependable rogue-set in order to successfully infuriate Batman. Unfortunately, the ony thing infuriating was the story's ambiguous ending. OUCH! Fitting shoe sizes 6-12, the "Hush"-themed Batman crew socks are only available through Superherosuff. And, they could very well be pieces of Clayface taking the form of innocent socks. Or, they could be pieces of Clayface taking on the appearance of Jason Todd taking on the appearance of innocent Batman socks. Eeeesh.