Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why each and every week, we turn to you, to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: What do you have against video games? You use even highly acclaimed ones (like the Arkham series and Max Payne) as a watchword for bad storytelling, with no further explanation evidently needed. Why the hate? -- Ben, via email
A: I've gotten a lot of Ask Chris ques
I finished playing Batman: Arkham City a while back, but it probably won't come as a surprise to anyone that I am definitely not tired of playing a video game where Batman punches people right in the face. That's
To say that Batman: Arkham City was one of this year's most highly anticipated games is underselling things quite a bit. After all, its predecessor, 2009's Arkham Asylum, holds the world record for being the most critically-acclaimed super-hero game of all time, and with
Last year, actor Mark Hamill announced that the video game Batman: Arkham City would be his final performance as the voice of The Joker. The game finally went on sale this week, and it looks like Hamill's sticking with his decision.
Writing on Twitter today, Hamill bid
No matter how much Rocksteady shows off new Batman: Arkham City images and footage, seeing an unencumbered Caped Crusader swoop around an urban environment sandbox-style never really gets old. Players got to spread their gliding capes a bit in Arkham Asylum, but as demonstrated by new images and
He may have lost his sweet 'stache in DC Comics' new Suicide Squad, but Deadshot will rock a fantastically furry upper lip in Batman: Arkham City on October 18. Rocksteady Studios broke the news last night on GT.TV, with Arkham City Game Director Sefton Hill breaking down Floyd Lawton's place in th
You know that feeling you get, like an icy katana to your soul, every time you remember that R. Kelly's 1997 Batman and Robin soundtrack contribution "Gotham City" happened? Well good news! By almost all accounts the soundtrack for Warner Bros. Interactive and Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham City video game won't cut to