DC Comics may be concluding its New 52 Teen Titans series next month, but the characters live on through DC Collectibles, which will be releasing action figure versions of Wonder Girl, Superboy, Kid Flash and the newly revealed Red Robin. What's more, they've also let loose Arsenal from Red Hood and the Outlaw's wildly unique action feature -- the action figure can spin its ballcap backwards to fully embody the character's Poochie-like idiom.
I realize that this isn't going to shock anyone, but for real? I am totally into bizarre food-related tie-ins for superhero movies. And as a result, I am way too excited about a pair of new burgers from Red Robin (the fast food chain, not DC's Tim Drake) meant to cash in on the upcoming The Wolverine movie.
If you haven't been sold on Batman: Arkham City's more brooding take on Tim Drake thus far, the Arkhamcity.co.uk board has spotted additional looks for the anti-Boy Wonder that might be more your speed. An image collecting the standard outfit along with Drake's Red Robin and (Dick Grayson's) Batman: The Animated Series
The globetrotting Tim Drake has spent the better part of the past year searching for his dead/not dead/time-displaced mentor dad, avoiding assassins and making moves on the current brains behind the Wayne family fortune's daughter - all under the shared mantle of a higher-end burger joint. Now, as cu
For those who've been keeping up with Tim Drake's adventures in "Red Robin," it's safe to say the former sidekick has taken Bruce Wayne's apparent death the least well of the extended bat family.
Since his series was relaunched, the angsty Drake has pretty much refused to accept Wayne's demise and has been scouring the globe searching for answers. Unfortunat