So Sideshow Collectibles' half-scale Catwoman statue isn't technically alive. I've dated worse.
By our count, there are 14 alternate costumes or characters you may play as in Batman: Arkham City, through a variety of promotions, pre-order bonuses, and timed-exclusive downloadable content available now. The "good" news, I suppose, is that all of this stuff will be available at some point—for a price.
The Batman: Arkham City new copy-only Catwoman content issue won't be affecting used sales at GameStop, as an internal memo reveals that customers purchasing the game preowned will score a Catwoman code as well.
Want to play as Catwoman in Batman: Arkham City? You'll have to buy the game new or pay for the privilege to do so, publisher Warner Bros. says. That's right, it's the on-disc single-player content that's being put behind an "online pass" style scheme.
After three hours of baby-interrupted sleep, I trudged across town to Dragon Con 2011 again today, where I occupied a great many benches and attempted to stay awake. I was mostly successful.
The first The Dark Knight Rises trailer was just a tease, but this one really gives the people what they want. Bane, the return of The Joker and even some Cat Woman S&M action. If this doesn't get you excited for the end of the Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy, nothing will.
Catwoman is going feral later this month in DC Universe Online when she accidentally unearths a set of cursed Egyptian cat artifacts as part of the massively multiplayer online game's February update.
Match the lips to the character in this teaser image from the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive poster for DC Universe Online.
Total Mortal Kombat says it got its hands on a Catwoman render for the upcoming Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe title. I did some scrounging for Catwoman pics to see if there was anything obvious out there that could serve as a fake for this sort of thing. Couldn't find any, so, props to TMK (whose water mark is all…