Tag Archives: Batman
It’s here! After being teased all week, the Justice League trailer is available for your viewing pleasure.
Today, Telltale Games announced that in just two weeks, we’ll be able to get our hands on the first chapter of one of the most anticipated games of the summer. Batman – The Telltale Series will be available August 2nd … Continue reading
After yesterday’s unexpected leak, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced Injustice 2, the sequel to the 2013 NetherRealm developed hit. Ed Boon, Creative Director, teased that the new game is unique by “allowing players to customize and level-up their favorite … Continue reading
Here’s your first look! Will Arnett will return to voice Batman and will be joined by Arrested Development alum Michael Cera as his sidekick Robin. The rest of the cast features Rosario Dawson, Ralph Fiennes, and Zach Galifianakis as the Joker. Mariah Carey will also … Continue reading
SDCC: Batman: Arkham Knight – Batgirl: A Matter of Family DLC Features… Holy Crap, Is That Classic Harley!?!
Rockstar’s recently released Batman: Arkham Knight has turned several heads in mostly positive ways (you can check out our “Let’s Play” footage here). As SDCC rolls on, Rocksteady and WB Games have released a glimpse at the upcoming Batgirl focused … Continue reading
It’s finally here. On a very special Tuesday “Let’s Play” edition of Cast A Day, we dig into the first half hour of Batman: Arkham Knight. Got an idea for a topic? Heck, wanna Skype in to be featured on … Continue reading
Title: Long Distance #1 Publisher: IDW Publishing Written by: Thom Zahler Artwork by: Thom Zahler Rating: 4 out of 5 Sometimes you have to take a chance, or you’ll always wonder what if. Thas how Carter felt when he met … Continue reading
Gotham “All Happy Families Are Alike” Review By Lex Lutz This week’s season finale is my last Gotham review. Thank the old gods and the new. (Hey! That rhymed!)
Gotham Review By Lex Lutz This week, I take on not one, but two whole episodes of Gotham. Check out the reviews of “Under the Knife” and “The Anvil or The Hammer” after the jump.