This seems an odd one. I mean it's not as if DC Comics has published the comic in a number of formats already. But it seems odd that they would cancel the Omnibus edition of Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee's Batman: Hush.
But they have. And this also comes at the same time that the man who teamed Loeb and Lee together on the Batman title at the time, Mark Chiarello, has been let go as part of DC Comics' restructuring.
Here's what it would have been.
BATMAN THE HUSH SAGA OMNIBUS
(W) Jeph Loeb, Paul Dini, A. J. Lieberman, Others (A) Dustin Nguyen, Al Barrionuevo, Others (CA) Scott Williams (A/CA) Jim Lee
The saga of Hush, a.k.a. Thomas Elliott, is collected in a single, massive Omnibus edition! This title includes his introduction in the legendary "Hush" storyline by writer Jeph Loeb and artist Jim Lee, his conflicts with the Dark Knight and encounters with Gotham City's greatest villains, including Two-Face, Poison Ivy and many others! Collects BATMAN #608-619 and 685, BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #50-55, 60-71 and 73-74, DETECTIVE COMICS #846-850 and 852, BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #1-4, 14 and 16-21, plus stories from BATMAN VILLAINS SECRET FILES #1 and Wizard #0. In Shops: Mar 13, 2019 SRP: $125.00