The last thing I was expecting The Lego Batman Movie to do was to show my daughter how even the Caped Crusader needs people to care about and what it means to have the people you care for torn away from you.
The Lego Batman Movie opens this week, bringing with it a horde of Lego sets based on that wonderfully goofy version of the Dark Knight. Crawling to the top of the pile as only a nocturnal winged mammal could is The Scuttler.
Not only does Lego Batman get his own movie today, he’s also the star of Lego Dimensions’ The Lego Batman Movie story pack. The pack features a six-level adventure based on the feature film and a new adventure world to explore. It’s in stores today.
Before you start to worry, the subject of the Being Batman short film clearly states he knows the difference between reality and fiction. Still, this ultra-dedicated Batfan says he’s “out there every night” catching criminals.
Batman: Arkham Knight spins one of the most ambitious video game stories ever told, and watching it thunder to its conclusion is like watching a 747 successfully land on a helicopter pad. It may not be known for its narrative, but that is its achievement—a spiraling and notably interactive tale that takes you inside…
Can you hate a movie but love its characters, or does a bad cinematic experience poison you against them? Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was a massive disappointment for me, but damn if I don’t adore DC Films’ Superman and Armored Batman figures.
This is some Batman cosplay with a difference. Rather than try to copy the Dark Knight’s appearance from any number of comics, movies or games, frigginboomtoys has decided to try something more original, and imagine “Poor Batman”.
The Lego Batman Movie hits theaters in less than a month’s time, and to help ramp up the film’s marketing blitz, Lego teamed up with Chevrolet to build a life-sized version of the Dark Knight’s latest Batmobile out of mostly plastic bricks—some 344,187 of them to be exact.
<Gravely voice> Batmannnn! Telltale’s Batman game puts Bruce Wayne front and center, but you won’t need to be a billionaire to afford it, as it’s down to just $20 on PS4 and Xbox One today, complete with all five episodes. It was cheaper a few times around Black Friday, but otherwise, this is a solid price.
Today on Highlight Reel we have mopey piano solos, merciful titans, Let It Die boss battles, great Halo 5 shots and much more.
Over the last few months, development studio Telltale Games have been radically re-configuring key parts of the Batman mythos to give players a shockingly different take on the Dark Knight. It all comes to a head in the final chapter of Batman: The Telltale Series, which puts a capstone on a very good portrayal of…
The fifth episode of Telltale’s Batman, “City of Light,” will be available on all platforms December 13th. “City of Light” is the season finale.
For the past three months, game development studio Telltale has delivered shocking, clever twists in each episode of their Batman video game. But despite the appearance of the Dark Knight’s archenemy, that doesn’t happen in this week’s episode four of Batman: The Telltale Series.
I’ve played through all the episodes so far of Batman: The Telltale Series video game and thought I’d figured out who the game’s big bad was. The villain using chemicals to manipulate people into acting out their repressed impulses? Had to be Scarecrow, right? Wrong. An all-new character is pulling the strings,…
A wall covered in writing in Batman Arkham Knight that baffled thousands of players for months was a brazen Easter Egg teasing October’s Arkham VR. It was hiding nearly in plain sight for nine months, ever since development studio Rocksteady snuck it into Arkham Knight via some DLC in January.
The third episode of Telltale’s Batman game will be out for PC and console on October 25, the studio said today. It’s called New World Order, so hopefully there’ll be cameos by Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and that other guy.
The hero of Batman: Arkham VR is a little clumsy. His hands shake from time to time. He sometimes drops his Batarangs. He doesn’t drive his own Batmobile, and he spends a lot of time standing in place as other people move around him.
In most versions of the Batman mythos, Bruce Wayne fights crime to avenge the sudden, senseless murder of his parents. The Dark Knight who stars in Batman: The Telltale Series has a backstory that’s surprisingly twisted.