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‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Release Date, Collectors Editions Announced

Batman Arkham Knight’s Facebook page has not only announced a release date for the upcoming title, but two different types of collector’s editions as well. Releasing June 2, 2015 in North America and Europe, June 3 in Australia and June 4 in New Zealand, Arkham Knight is receiving the Batmobile edition and limited edition alongside […]
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Gamescom 2014: New ‘LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham’ Characters, Levels

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games have unveiled a plethora of new playable characters for their upcoming title, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, including the first glimpse at a new level that will be included in the release. The latest characters playable in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham were revealed at Gamescom earlier today, […]
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Blue Beetle Expands ‘Infinite Crisis’ Roster

Turbine has announced that Blue Beetle will be the next DC character joining the ever increasing roster of its MOBA, Infinite Crisis. Here’s a short description on the origins of Blue Beetle from Turbine: “Jamie Reyes wandered into a fight between warring super-human gangs and, desperate to escape, stumbled across the object which they were fighting […]
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New Interview Shows ‘Arkham Origins’ Mr. Freeze DLC in Action

DC Comics has launched a new interview (see above) via its YouTube channel – DC Entertainment – which gives us another look at Batman: Arkham Origins‘ last downloadable content pack – Cold, Cold Heart. In this latest video, creative director Eric Holmes and game director Benoit Richer explain to us how the DLC fits into […]
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Arkham Knight – Advancing Video Game Narratives

The Batman universe is no stranger to video games. For years, we’ve been beating up thugs as the caped crusader, often having to end each title with a climatic fight against famous comic villains such as The Joker, The Penguin and The Riddler. Even RockSteady’s revolutionary Arkham games have – thus far – only featured […]
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Superman Playable in ‘Infinite Crisis’

You knew it was coming. Superman has finally been officially announced as a playable champion in Infinite Crisis, the upcoming DC Comics themed free-to-play MOBA. “Escaping the doomed world of Krypton in a ship built and launched by his birth parents, the infant Kal-El was discovered by a childless couple in rural Kansas. They named […]
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Best Comic Book Movie of 2013?

Here’s a look back at the comic book films that have been released this year. From Marvel, DC, to some independent, these have been met with positive reactions, some received mixed reviews and some received negative feedback. None the less a great year to be a comic fan, and a great year for the general […]
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Suicide Squad #25 Review

  Suicide Squad #25 Written by: Matt Kindt Art by: Patrick Zircher Suicide Squad proves to be a fun tie in to Forever Evil. It’s such books as this where the world has been turned upside down that you can really take advantage of what the character are capable of when able to let loose […]
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One-Shot: Focusing On What’s Inside The Book

The one thing that some find hard to understand is the attack on relaunches by comic fans. There is no real problem with them unless a full reboot that backtracks on previous progression. Fans just see #1 and automatically will say they will not buy it, but it’s a lot more than just what’s on […]
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Injustice Gods Among Us – Annual #1 Review

  Injustice Gods Among Us – Annual #1 Written by: Tom Taylor Art by: Xermanico For a long while we have not see Harley Quinn due to the war between Superman and Batman. It’s very cool that she makes her return as Superman still has business to take care of with her. Whenever she was […]
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Constantine #8 Review

Constantine #8 Written by: Ray Fawkes Art by: ACO Last we saw of Constantine he was on his way to rescuing his teammates with it being connected to Forever Evil. But now we get side tracked to another story between him and his romance with the sadistic Sargon the Sorceress. Really I do feel that […]
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Justice League of America #9 Review

  Justice League of America #9 Written by: Matt Kindt Art by: Tom Derenick Martian Manhunter continues through the prison that keeps the real Justice League at bay, with each cage worse than the last. This issue is great not only because it shows a different side to those trapped, but we finally start to […]
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Release Date Announced For ‘Justice League: War’

The animated movie based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s first Justice League story will land very early next year. According to DC, the animated movie will be out to own on February 4th, 2014. The world’s finest heroes found the Justice League in order to stop an alien invasion of Earth. Alan Tudyk, Jason O’Mara, […]
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Justice League #28 Shows The Return of The Metal Men

DC Comics began the rollout of their February 2014 solicitations, and amongst those listed fans noticed that the cover to Justice League #28 had The Metal Men on it. As Forever Evil continues and the Justice League gone, new heroes are continung to rise up throughout the DC Universe to answer the call of taking […]
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Pushing For More Legacy Heroes

We’re now at that point where legacy heroes can be a target of creation when the iconic heroes start nearing the end of their journey. A legacy hero is a type of character that has some connection to the previously existing hero who either inherits or adopts the name and attributes of the original. Batman, […]
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