The second series of Batman Arkham City action figures from DC Direct will slip the Caped Crusader into his patented "Detective Mode" before setting him against all new (and all-plastic) versions of Hush and Jervis Tetch: The Mad Hatter. These three figures join
"ALL A LITTLE MAD" WOULD BE AN UNDERSTATEMENT: Joker's Asylum II Harley Quinn & Joker's Asylum II Mad Hatter
Sane people are dull. Sure, they're necessary. When you buy a coffee in the morning it's unsettling to have it served to you by someone whose left eye twitches, grins madly, cackles while using the coffee grinder and mumbles, "Oh yes, you'll pay," before turning to the rest of the line behind you and yelling "You'll all pay!" At tax time it's preferable to find an accountant who refrains from attempting to claim the invisible talking giant spider who he assures you lives in your house as an additional dependent. Indeed, most aspects of o
It may be a few weeks too late to fully ride the hubub surrounding Disney's live action "Alice in Wonderland," but Sony's "DC Universe Online" hasn't completely squandered the connection since they've added new Mad Hatter wallpaper and buddy icons to its official Web site.
Unlike some of the other characters that DCUO's posted o