With its October 18 release date just days away, anticipation has never been hotter for Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum, the Guinness World Record for best reviewed superhero video game ever. On hand to discuss the game with a packed auditorium of fans was Sefton Hill, the game direct
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More dreams came true at Comic-Con 2011 this year, where I sent our Senior Batmanlogist Chris Sims to interview not only actress Stana Katic, the voice of Talia in the Batman: Arkham City video game, but Kevin Conroy, who has been the voice of Batman since 1992 in animated shows, movies, and video games. Conroy talks a little about what it's been like
Voice actors Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy, DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee, writer Paul Dini and game director Sefton Hill took the stage at Comic-Con International in San Diego to talk about Batman: Arkham City, the painfully anticipated sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum, itself the most critically acclaimed video game ever (according to Guinness Book of World Records). The panelists teased the crowd with new details of the game and announced new playable characters, in
While we haven't really seen too much from Comic-Con (and yeah, it's still super early) in regards to Sony Online Entertainment's highly anticipated action MMO, "DC Universe Online," at the very least fans and gamers alike can now hear what the characters will sound like...sort of...work
Last week, I got this question via email from a ComicsAlliance reader:
Beyond Method Man's opus to the Riddler, I had largely disregarded the music surrounding Batman. This last week introduced me not only to the Batman Musical episode of Batman Beyond, but a Justice League episode where he belts out "Am I Blue?" Are there other musical moments of the Caped Crusader's which I should experience?
Originally, I'd planned to answer that as part of my weekly "Ask Chris" column, but as tends to happen when I write about Batman, it got a little bit out of hand, so I'm tackling it now. And the answer is... well, yes and no.
As should probabl
They've been the "World's Finest" as well as "Public Enemies" together, and now longtime voice actors Kevin Conroy (Batman) and Tim Daly (Superman) are joining forces for the upcoming "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse