Following up on its two waves of Batman: Arkham Asyum toys, DC Direct will release a three-figure wave of Batman: Arkham City action figures on December 21 that includes an unmasked Batman, the updated Harley Quinn and the game's Tim Drake as Robin. Though the toys' full accessories
If you haven't been sold on Batman: Arkham City's more brooding take on Tim Drake thus far, the Arkhamcity.co.uk board has spotted additional looks for the anti-Boy Wonder that might be more your speed. An image collecting the standard outfit along with Drake's Red Robin and (Dick Grayson's) Batman: The Animated Series
Need some more color in your life? Have a look at the brilliant superhero tributes in Karen Zachary Wang's work. Her figures are long and slender in the spirit of artists such as Michael Turner and Mark Silvestri, but she draws Nightwing and Batgirl with a softness that feels much more like Phil Noto
As is their wont, our friends at GammaSquad have discovered something that we just had to share with you as well: adorable hand-written letters from Damian Wayne to Dick Grayson. The latter will no longer be Batman to the violently precocious young Robin come the DC Comics relaunch in September, when Grayson returns to his solo career as Nightwing
It was hard to get our hopes up awhile back when Best Buy listed a playable Robin as part of its exclusive Batman: Arkham City preorder package.
After all, there was buzz more than a year ago about the possibility when Vincent Martella briefly popped up as the voice of the
As iconic as the 1993-94 Batman: Knightfall storyline is for longtime comic book fans, the year when Batman fought back against a broken back can be somewhat difficult to explain to folks new to '90s Bat lore. In ligh