Right around the time Rocksteady Games was working on Batman: Arkham Asylum, another studio, BottleRocket Entertainment, was hard at work on propelling another DC superhero, The Flash, into video game stardom.
But when Brash Entertainment, the company that held the Flash license, folded in November 2008, the project fell apart, leaving only a trailer, a few storyboards and some concept art behind. Luckly, chief designer Greg Miller hung on to that work and recently shared it. Check out some concepts and storyboards by artists Roger Robinson and Shane Nakamura after the jump.
THQ and Vigil Game's Darksiders series is known for creator Joe Madureira's bright and bulky figures and an overall aesthetic that pulls straight from the longtime comic book artist's illustration work. The franchises comic book ties resulted in two projects back when the first game dropped in 2010, and now Dark Horse Comics
With the success of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" still resonating through the comic book and gamer communities, it's interesting to look at other major DC heroes and wonder whether they might make the same jump to video game greatness. Sadly, most haven't.
A few years back, though, an honest-to-goodness video game based on
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