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This isn’t the billionaire who saw his parents gunned down in front of him. Nope, it’s not Dick Grayson either.
Well, my interest level in Batman: Arkham Knight just skyrocketed. Fresh details on the DLC coming in the game’s season pass reveal Batgirl’s Arkham game debut. »
The Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler, Harley Quinn, Scarecrow, Mr. Freeze. Batman has always had the most compelling set of criminals for our hero to fight against — and if you look at them all as a group, the reason why they’re so much more interesting than any other villains out there becomes pretty clear.
We think of superhero weaknesses as being fancy or complicated — radioactive fragments of their old home planets, or the people they love. And that’s why superheroes win. In fact, most superheroes have super-obvious weak points. Here are 10 obvious superhero weakness that villains almost never attack. »
The newest teaser for Batman: Arkham Knight makes one thing clear: The Dark Knight won’t be going solo this time. »
A Bruce Wayne Batman meets an alternate-reality Batman who’s really his father Thomas Wayne. So much ripe potential in having these different Dark Knights meet up, right? Too bad the comic it happens in, Convergence #2, is terrible.
Superhero comics are full of death-defying action... that sometimes results in actual death. And for every epic, brilliant final stand, there's a death that's less than satisfying. There are plenty of candidates for the worst superhero and villain deaths of all time. But here are the 10 stupidest ways that… »
Whenever you see a new "Retro" toy coming out, it's usually always a riff on the classic Kenner-esque action figure of the 70's and 80's: Big head, 5 joints of articulation, and so on. These DC toys are a little different though, opting for the retro look of Japanese toys, rather than US ones. »
Serg Souleiman is a freelance concept artist who has worked on games like Wolfenstein: The New Order, Mortal Kombat X, Forza 5, The Elder Scrolls Online and the Fallout series. »
This video by Joe Bereta covers how to become Batman — or someone like Batman. Shockingly, it's full of a lot of real-world information and not just movie magic. Although, Bereta does repeat a lot that breaking the law is a bad idea. »
Everybody loves Batman. After 75 years of saving Gotham City, the Caped Crusader has become an archetype. So it's not surprising that every comic needs its own version of Bats. And yet, Batman remains unique, and it's not so easy to copy him. Here are 9 Batman knock-offs that totally miss why Batman works. »