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The best Batman villains – from Carmine Falcone to the Joker

Who are the best Batman villains? The Dark Knight. The Caped Crusader. Batman. DC’s brooding vigilante has amassed many nicknames over the years as Gotham’s watchful protector, defending the innocent from hordes of criminals who have overrun the city he loves. Countless writers, artists, and filmmakers have unwrapped his tortured psyche in a number of ways over the years, but we all know the good stuff doesn’t come from the Bat-Cave, it comes from his villains.
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DC Multiverse Future State Batman Figures Launch from McFarlane Toys

Each product has been independently selected by our editorial team. We may receive commissions from some links to products on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms. McFarlane Toys is taking a page out of Funko’s playbook lately by releasing new DC Multiverse figures on an almost...
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Harley Quinn Season 3: Is It Returning? Renewed or Cancelled!

The DC Universe’s contemporary animated show, Harley Quinn, had taken viewers by storm with its quirky animations exhibiting homage to Batman’s villains when it premiered with its first season. The impeccable voice cast gives the series a much-needed kick which intensifies the fun element to a whole other...
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DC Multiverse Future State Batman Figures Launch from McFarlane Toys

McFarlane Toys is taking a page out of Funko's playbook lately by releasing new DC Multiverse figures on an almost daily basis. Today's releases include two figures from DC Comics recent Future State event. Set in the aftermath of the Dark Nights: Death Metal, Future State offered up storylines of possible futures for Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, and more.
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McFarlane Toys opens up preorder on two more Batman figures

McFarlane Toys is back with two new DC Multiverse figures of Batman. Both of the new figures are due to ship in March and are up for preorder now. As a child, Bruce Wayne watched as his parents were brutally killed in Gotham City’s Crime Alley. Traumatized by their deaths, he devoted his life to becoming the world’s greatest weapon against crime—the Batman! To become the ultimate vigilante, the Dark Knight disciplined his mind and body to reach the pinnacle of mental and physical superiority in his relentless pursuit of justice!

DC Multiverse Batman: Arkham Asylum The Joker Titan MegaFig Is On Sale Now

McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse figures keep on coming with the release of a Joker figure that's based on his transformation in Batman: Arkham Asylum. In the game, the Joker funds a toxin dubbed the Titan Formula as a successor to Bane's Venom. After injecting himself with it, the Joker mutated into a monster with vastly increased strength.

Future State Batman Receives First Figure from McFarlane Toys

Yesterday we dropped a bomb with the lack of effort that McFarlane Toys is putting in their DC Multiverse line which can be read here. However, the DC Multiverse line is the only set of DC Comics action figures around, so it is hard to not want to bring the adventures of your favorite comics home. It looks like DC Comics Future State is coming to the line next as The Next Batman gets his very first collectible from McFarlane Toys. Jace Fox dons the batsuit this time as the real Batman is supposedly dead and Gotham is under the law of the Magistrate. The figure features a design straight out of the comics and has swappable hands and a batarang. DC Comics fans will have a nice The Next Batman figure with this $19.99 beauty and pre-orders are live here with a March 2022 release.

Detective Comics #1047 (Cover C - 1:25 Jorge Fornes Card Stock Variant)

"The Tower" begins! The 12-part weekly Detective Comics event starts here. Arkham Asylum has fallen, and in its place, Arkham Tower has risen in the heart of the city, a pitch made by the mysterious Dr. Wear. Unlike the Asylum, Dr. Wear promises his methods and drug treatments will heal Gotham’s criminally inclined for good—a claim that skeptics like Deb Donovan and the Bat-Family don’t believe. There’s something wrong with the tower, with Dr. Wear’s methods—and with Batman away from Gotham City, the rest of the Bat-Family is going to find out what…but not before everything explodes. Written by critically acclaimed author Mariko Tamaki, continuing her incredible Detective Comics run, and drawn by DC Comics legend Ivan Reis! Backup: "House of Gotham" begins! For a long time two houses have overlooked Gotham City, beckoning its broken: Wayne Manor and Arkham Asylum. In this epic 12-part backup story, writer Matthew Rosenberg and artist Fernando Blanco will explore the impact that Batman and Arkham Asylum have had on the city...through the eyes of a boy whose life was changed forever by The Joker one dreadful night early in the Dark Knight’s career!

Batman: Arkham Asylum’s Joker Titan Gets New McFarlane MegaFig

Batman: Arkham Asylum’s Joker Titan Gets New McFarlane MegaFig. One of the best things about McFarlane Toys‘ DC Multiverse line is the inclusion of MegaFigs. The giant-sized characters in scale with 7-inch human figures often feature characters that DC Collectibles sold for more than twice the price. Or that Mattel did as build-a-figures, requiring collectors to buy seven unrelated characters they may not have wanted. The Joker Titan, in final boss mode from the Arkham Asylum video game, has seen toy form before. But not at $40 for this level of detail in an 11-inch figure.

Review: “Batman: Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth”

Nathan Kiehn is a blogger at Keenlinks, a contributor at Geeks Under Grace, and the author of "The Gray Guard" ebook trilogy on Amazon. Amadeus Arkham watched his mother ignobly struggle with mental illness until her death. When she passed, he inherited her home and transformed it into a psychiatric hospital, which Amadeus named after her.

Just Two Panels From… Detective Comics #1049

Sometimes a comic book page just stops me in my tracks, when I am flicking through the stack. That happened today to me in Detective Comics #1049. It's not a big storytelling reveal, it's not a dazzling action scene, it's not anything that's so clever it wears its Acme Novelty Library on its sleeve. There are far splashier pages that are also very inventive throughout the story – and issue. It's just another page in another Batman comic book, of which there are dozens today alone. I can't see anyone using it as their avatar. But… it's rather sweet,

Best Xbox 360 Games Of All Time

While the Xbox brought Microsoft into the gaming console market, the Xbox 360 is the system that really took it to the next level. Fondly remembered as one of the best game consoles of all time, the Xbox 360 had an absolutely massive library of excellent games. With more than 2,000 titles released for the platform over its roughly eight year lifecycle, whittling down the library to its best games wasn't an easy task. We're looking back at the Xbox 360's glory days with the 15 best Xbox 360 games of all time (in alphabetical order).

Everything we know about Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League was announced at the DC FanDome event in 2020. The game has been confirmed for all current-gen systems, those being the Xbox Series X and S, PS5, and PC. This game will take place in the same universe as Batman: Arkham Asylum.

DC Multiverse Future State Batman 7-Inch Scale Action Figure

Experience our groundbreaking package inspection process. Perfect items, best packaging, no extra charge!. DC Multiverse Future State Batman 7-Inch Scale Action Figure:. Based off Tim Fox's appearance in DC Future State comes this Batman action figure. This incredibly detailed DC Multiverse Future State Batman 7-Inch Scale Action Figure features ultra articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing and play. Tim Fox comes with alternate hands, a batarang, and a base. Also included is a collectible art card with figure photography on the front, and character biography on the back.