We could see a future Batman film written by the man currently wearing the cowl and cape, Ben Affleck's agent has told Hollywood Reporter."There's a script that he's written that is a really cool [Batman] idea, so that's out there as an option.
As was rumoured a while back, Rocksteady’s original duo of Batman Arkham games (Arkahm Asylum from 2009 and Arkham City from 2011) might be headed to newer hardware in the very near future.Look, Arkham Origins was rubbish on launch thanks to several glaring technical problems that approached the week one edition of Batman Arkham Knight on PC when it came to problems.
This collection was said to include both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, with all DLC included for both titles.It seemed to be pretty legitimate coming from Eurogamer, though still it coming from a supposed GameStop employee made it still a rumor.
It is supposed to be an HD remaster of the beloved Arkham games.The collection, set to release June 10, will include HD remasters for the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, both by Rocksteady Studios.
Living and creating outside the norm is what defined the man and his work.Just look at "Batdance.
The New 52 was DC's attempt at streamlining its complex continuity, which for some characters had stretched back for decades.Last year, during the corporate move from New York to Los Angeles, DC Comics ran the Convergence event, which brought back the DC Multiverse.
He enlisted in the army at the age of 16, faking his real age just to serve his country.He served in Korea for a time, until he was relocated to Camp Washington where he met his soon to be wife, Adeline Kane.
While we’ve known for a while now that Catwoman, AKA Selina Kyle, will be a part of Injustice 2, developer Netherrealm Studios has made it even more official with a new trailer showing off the famous cat burglar’s moveset for the upcoming fighting game.Starting off with a tease, or at least a nod, toward the Gotham City Sirens through a dialogue with Harley Quinn, we’re treated to a few new moves in Catwoman’s arsenal.
The Batman: Arkham series debuted last generation from Rocksteady Studios with Batman: Arkham Asylum and grew from there.While it was originally announced that Batman: Arkham Knight was going to be the end for the series, we got a nice treat last year alongside the launch of PlayStation VR with Batman: Arkham VR, which is finally coming to PC.