If colors seem a little brighter, food tastes a little better and the air smells a little sweeter today than it did yesterday, there's a good reason for that. Things have changed, my friends: We are now living in a world where Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case's Batman '66 comic exists, and everything is a little more wonderful than it was before.
With Mattel's Retro-Action line of 8" World's Greatest Heroes figures put to bed last year, it seems Figures Toy Company has stepped in to fill the void with actual replicas of Mego's famous '70s dolls beginning with Batman, Robin, The Joker and The Riddler. Expected in comic and specialty stores this July, each figure will sport Mego's signature sculpts, cloth cos
After years of being unable to capitalize on the classic Batman TV show, it looks like Warner Bros. and DC are wasting absolutely no time on making up for that. Since merchandising rights were sorted out, they've announced a new line of action figures, a digital comic series, and now, we're getting full-on Batman '66 costumes for Halloween.
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Gaming: DC Universe Online will release a new Lantern-centric "Fight for the Light" downloadable content pack this summer that will add a light construct powers and missions rooted in GL lore to the title.
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Payback schemes for the verbal abuse dished out by a remote Edward Nigma in Batman: Arkham Asylum have been brewing in players' heads since 2009. Fortunately a new image snapped at Rocksteady Studios' booth during E3 brings players one step closer to constructively dealing with their repressed hostility.
Well, it looks like the folks at Rocksteady Studios really want to get our attention, huh? Not 24 hours after we finally got to see some gameplay footage from Batman: Arkham City, news drops that the Riddler (who made a kinda-sorta appearance in Arkham Asylum) is stepping out of the digital shadows and will b