There are certain comics creators I’ve followed for years, and with good reason – they always make excellent stories! One such person is Chuck Dixon, who writes heroic fiction like few others! Whether it’s novels or comics, you can always count on Mr. Dixon to tell engrossing tales that will be well worth the money! His latest project is another great example of how he can weave a powerful story in a comic!
Robin and a few other characters were playable during the previous Batman game Arkham City, now Warner Bros. Interactive have released a trailer showing that users will be able to play more than just The Dark Knight in the latest games multiplayer mode.
Some figures for the Batman: Arkham Origins line had already been announced, such as Batman, Black Mask, and Joker. DC Collectibles has announced a few more and has all of the figures on display in San Diego. Fortunately for those of us playing at home, there are pictures of them after the jump.
Batman is all the rage right, well actually he always is, now due to the Death of the Family story line wrapping up and the release of Batman Inc. #8 today (listen for Stephen’s and Matthew’s thoughts on this week’s Dueling Review!) With all this happening we decided to feature Batman fan-art done by Mike Henry, who you will recognize from his X-Men art featured previously.
When an article has a title that many colons the expectations are high to deliver, so how about footage of Batman fighting Bane and Wonder Woman squaring off against Harley?
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We are officially one month and five days away from the final chapter in the newest Batman line, The Dark Knight Rises. And if you aren’t already camping out in anticipation Warner Bros. is releasing a free-to-play game to get you to that level.
I’m surprised it took this long, but Tuesday evening, bootlegged copies of the Dark Knight Rises prologue began popping up across the Internet, and if you watched it, you got a glimpse of what Bane was all about.