Given the news that the "Batman: Arkham Aslyum" sequel will be Mark Hamill's final hurrah providing the voice of the Joker, it's somewhat difficult to get excited about the critically acclaimed video game franchise, no matter how awesome it is. Thankfully, we've got some pictures of the upcoming "Arkham Asylum" action figures to improve that cloudy disposition.
Fans of Mark Hamill's voice work as the Joker in the animated "Batman" universe now have an extra reason to pick up "Batman: Arkham Asylum 2," as the video game sequel marks his last time ever playing the Clown Prince of Crime
No offense intended to the maker of the expertly crafted "Batman: Arkham Asylum" Harley Quinn custom action figure, but I'm pretty stoked to see that the real deal is on the way.
The folks at Toy News International have posted a slew of photos of the upcoming "
This month's issue of Toy Fare magazine hit stands today, and as many previews as it included, it's a teaser for June's issue #157 that has us particularly intrigued as DC Direct will be revealing at least portions of its "Batman: Arkham Asylum" line.
Toynewsi caught the preview cover today, which shows off a previous Batman statue similar to an A
DC Comics' in-houseish toy company DC Direct has really expanded its operation of late producing non-DC and video game toys including Blizzard's "World of Warcraft" and BioWare's "Mass Effect 2" lines
Mr. J, your custom Harley Quinn action figure is ready for pick up.
Figure Realm user Magnum PI created his very own custom Harley Quinn toy based upon her appearance in Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham Asylum," using nothing more than "a Danger Girl for the base, Sheri Moon head, Apoxie Sculpt for the details and cloth for the skirt." While it's not as articulate as some of the DC Universe Classics offerings, the level of detail a
As if "Batman: Arkham Asylum" wasn't enough of a masterpiece on its own, Rocksteady's studio director Sefton Hill is already daydreaming about a possible spinoff video game focused on - brace yourself - Bane
Have you missed out on "Batman: Arkham Asylum," one of the best games of the last several years, because you don't have a next generation console? Or maybe you do, but you still can't justify the standard price of a new video game purchase right now? Well, as long as you have a Windows compatible computer, your excuses are about to go out the window