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
Batman: Arkham City is almost mythical in its pedigree. Not only is it the sequel to what many consider to be the best licensed video game of all time (Rocksteady Studio's Batman: Arkham Asylum), it also exists in comic book form as a six-issue monthly miniseries from DC Comics written by Paul Dini and illustrated by Carlos D'Anda, two of the games' principal authors. On top of that, Batman: Arkham City is one of the few comics from a major publisher to be rel
In anticipation of Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to the hugely popular Batman: Arkham Asylum video game, DC Comics will release in May the first of a six-issue comic book miniseries that bridges the gap between the two games. Also called Batman: Arkham City, the miniseries is written
It's nearly Christmas, the time of year when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus by giving children the toys that the Christ child would have wanted instead of the precious metals, perfumes and medicines he was actually given by his Magi, which I'm going to assume from context is some ancient term for "grandparent." Thr
Ever since the show itself ended in 2001, DC hasn't done a whole lot with Batman Beyond, the story of a teenager 40 years in the future who becomes the new Batman while being mentored by an aging Bruce Wayne. This week, though, DC kicks off an all-new "Batman Beyond" comic, and between that and Terry McGinnis's recent appearances in "Superman Batman" and "Batman #700," I've been thinking a lot about the Tomorrow Knight -- who, fortunately, is a way better character than that nickname would suggest.
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The first issue of the new Zatanna solo series is out this week, marking a return to the spotlight for the stage musician with the power to bend reality and an outfit that would make a cartoon wolf's heart jump three feet out of his chest after his head turned into a train whistle.
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Speaking spells backwards is back baby! DC's The Source has announced that the magician Zatanna is getting her own ongoing series this May written by writer Paul Dini with art by Stephane Roux.
This marks Zatanna's first solo book since her "Seven Soldiers" title back in 2005. While the magi