Twists?! Turns!? Haha, no... There's none of that here, silly.
So, Hush is still playing hacker with everyone's toys and screwing around with them, making it seem like everyone is super dependent on their tech and can't win in a fist fight against Joker's Daughter or something... Cool. But Julia is there to save the day, and finds Red Robin's Batcomputer!
Elsewhere Cluemaster is all "I'm you're father, join the dark side" and Stephanie is all "lolnope," steers the helicopter toward a roof an jumps out.
Julia attempts to take back control of the tech, Hush fights back on the computer, Alfred whispers an override code to free himself and punches Hush in the face and takes control again. Then Batman flies in to fight Bane.
Let's just remind everyone that this issue issue 49 of 52. For fuck's sake. Get to the point already, holy shit. I mean, we're really doing this, aren't we? We're going at the bare minimum of 15 issues without a central antagonist, where hardly anything that actually happens actually mattering, everyone aimlessly going around in god damn circles, and then go from zero to 60 in just two issues max to wrap it all up? The pacing on this book is down right unforgivable.