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The New Batman: The Animated Series Board Game Is A Big Box Of Bat Action

While DC handles Batman’s comic book adventures, the folks at IDW Games are in charge of turning the caped crusader’s animated adventures into tabletop crimefighting (or crime doing) for one to five players. There is a whole lot goiing on inside the box of Batman: The Animated Series—Shadow of the Bat. Read more…

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The New Batman: The Animated Series Board Game Is A Big Box Of Bat Action

While DC handles Batman’s comic book adventures, the folks at IDW Games are in charge of turning the caped crusader’s animated adventures into tabletop crimefighting (or crime doing) for one to five players. There is a whole lot goiing on inside the box of Batman: The Animated Series—Shadow of the Bat.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The New Batman: The Animated Series Board Game Is A Big Box Of Bat Action

While DC handles Batman’s comic book adventures, the folks at IDW Games are in charge of turning the caped crusader’s animated adventures into tabletop crimefighting (or crime doing) for one to five players. There is a whole lot goiing on inside the box of Batman: The Animated Series—Shadow of the Bat. Read more…

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Five-Year-Old Batman: Arkham Knight Gets New Cosmetic DLC

Rocksteady, a studio fans have been waiting to hear something, anything, from for eons, finally emerged from its cone of silence today, but not to say anything about a new game. Instead, it announced a sorta-new, sorta-not-new costume for 2015's Batman: Arkham Knight. If that sounds weirdly complicated to you, it’s…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The New 3,300-Piece Tim Burton Batmobile Might Be the Best Lego Model I’ve Ever Built

Ask any Star Wars collector and they’ll tell you that Lego’s $800, 7,500+ piece Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon set was an absolute showstopper and the pinnacle of plastic brick model making. Until last week I would have agreed, but then I spent the past weekend building Lego’s new 1989 Tim Burton Batmobile—and…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The New 3,300-Piece Tim Burton Batmobile Might Be the Best Lego Model I’ve Ever Built

Ask any Star Wars collector and they’ll tell you that Lego’s $800, 7,500+ piece Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon set was an absolute showstopper and the pinnacle of plastic brick model making. Until last week I would have agreed, but then I spent the past weekend building Lego’s new 1989 Tim Burton Batmobile—and…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Halloween Was Two Days Ago But I Can’t Stop Thinking About Cardi B as Poison Ivy

The Halloween season has officially ended, but it takes time to fully process the number of good costumes out there. Celebrities, especially, have it particularly good when it comes to Halloween and often get amazing costumes as a result. After all, not all of us can afford to have a costume made for us and…Read […]

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A “bot”-written Batman script continues to thrive across cartoons, comics, and radio plays

Back in August, Keaton Patti gifted the world one of Batman’s most gripping tales of crime-fighting to date. Taking inspiration from the now very familiar genre of “I trained a bot to write this” tweets, Patti’s story distills the essence of the beloved superhero into a rollicking adventure filled with “goth ham,” bat…Read more… Continue […]

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Flimsy DLC Is Actually Nice If You Play It Years Later

They say familiarity breeds contempt, and video games often ask you to get extremely familiar with them. This might explain why, after a 60-plus-hour game, I’m usually…kind of tired? I don’t hate the game, but I’m definitely ready to move on. I like closure. Endings are nice. They help contextualize what was just…Read more… Continue […]

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Arkham Asylum houses some of Batman’s best villains—and ideas

In Grant Morrison’s critically acclaimed Arkham Asylum: A Serious House On Serious Earth, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, there’s an internal monologue Bruce Wayne has with himself that encapsulates not only the character’s continual war between his dual sides, but also his relationship to Arkham…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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A deck of Jokers: Going deeper with The Clown Prince Of Crime

In addition to all of the things the Joker publicity cycle has assured us Todd Phillips’ Batman-adjacent Scorsese riff is not—not an incitement to violence, not an endorsement of its main character’s actions, not subject to questions from red-carpet interviewers—there’s also this: Despite telling the story of an…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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