Part of the hook of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City was that they put Batman in difficult environments, separate from a workable base of operations (though he did have a sort of mini-Batcave in Asylum).
It looks like WB Games Montreal's new Batman: Arkham Origins will change that up a bit. New screens show that the Batcave will be in the game, though it's not totally clear yet whether it'll be a playable environment or just available in cutscenes. Check out an early look at the Batcave and some high-kicking action after the cut.
Video:Make: Believe profiles the mega influential Scott Hensey, who has shaped childhoods (and adulthoods) with his work on the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figure line, among many, many others.
Creators:Michel Fiffe has been chronicling his early experiences breaking in to comics o
Now available to download on the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network, the new Batman: Arkham City Batcave challenge map DLC gives players a chance to reclaim Batman's secret inner sanctum from heavily armed Tyger forces. New gameplay footage cap
Batman: Arkham City fans no longer need to politely tolerate our goofy Photoshopped image, new footage from the game's Batcave challenge map DLC is officially online. Over at GameTrailers, players can feast their eyes on roughly 30 seconds from the upcoming invisible predator challenge map, which will pit Batman again
Fans who hit the DC booth at New York Comic Con got a first look at Lego's upcoming Batcave, the second version of the Caped Crusader's blocky abode from a line that's spawned multiple sets and a well-received videogame over the past few years. While the origi
Musicals:Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark actress T.V. Carpio, who plays Arachne in the show has denied rumors that writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has been brougt on for a rewrite. Anybody else hope she's wrong?
People: Original art collector William M. Crouch Jr., known as Bill to his friends, died this week at the age of 66.
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While it's hardly the most groundbreaking or notable thing to happen in the issue, one of the scenes that most intrigued me in this week's Batman and Robin #16 was a page by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham in which the villainous Dr. Hurt lured Ba
There's a river of sweat running down your back, abandoned cars spontaneously bursting into flames everywhere you go, swarms of insects trying to lay their eggs in you, and the threat of being mauled by gangs of feral dogs is more real than ever. That
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