After months and months of teaser images, exciting trailer videos and indeed finally playing the actual game, it would seem impossible to get more psyched for Batman: Arkham City. But even though the Rocksteady Studios masterpiece has been on sale a whole week, we find ourselves once again writhing shamelessly in anticipation for what's coming
DC Comics kicked off its panel presence at New York Comic Con this year with an "all access" look at its stable of Batman titles. Panelists on hand included editors Mike Marts and Bobbie Chase, plus creators Scott Snyder (Batman), Greg Capullo (Batman), Tony Daniel (Detective Comics), David Finch (Batman: The Dark Knight), Peter J. Tomasi (Batman and Robin), Kyle Hi
We saw possible trophies, we saw potential screen shots, now Xbox's official Batman: Arkham City avatar marketplace offerings seem to suggest that Nightwing will at least be a part of -- if not a full-on playable character -- in Rocksteady Studios' upcoming release. While Nightwing doesn'
New images of what could be Nightwing from Batman: Arkham City have popped up at the Portuguese language site Zwame.pt, adding digital fuel to the rumor fire that Dick Grayson could be the game's fourth playable character. Ni
There's been no official confirmation, but if the "Nightwing Revenge" and "Campaign Nightwing" trophies that have popped up on PS3Trophies are any indication, Nightwing could very well be heading to Batman: Arkham City. Rocksteady Studios teased that a fourth playable character would join Batman, Catwoman and a Tim Drake version of R
As iconic as the 1993-94 Batman: Knightfall storyline is for longtime comic book fans, the year when Batman fought back against a broken back can be somewhat difficult to explain to folks new to '90s Bat lore. In ligh
The rollout of the new slate of Batman-related books in September continues, with the announcement at IGN of three new ongoing series: Nightwing, featuring Dick Grayson in the title role once again, Batwing, "the first... in-continuity black character wearing the Batman costume," and Red Hood and the Outlaws, about a team lead by Red Hood (a.k.a. Jason T
Comics historian Alan Kistler sits down with Gunn to go over the Man of Steel's many costume choices over the years and the results are equally insightful and endearing.