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Rough footage from the canceled EA Chicago game showcases the destruction unleashed in a brawl between a rampaging Hulk and smack-talking Cap.
Tara Strong discusses her take on the iconic character, inheriting the voice from original actor Arleen Sorkin and her hopes for Margot Robbie's big screen version.
The Flash mod enables the red-clad character to run faster and fly higher, while the Reverse-Flash version introduces the yellow suit.
When Scarecrow makes his bid to control Gotham in "Batman: Arkham Knight," which side will Poison Ivy find herself on?
PlayStation players will get a first crack at Scarecrow Nightmare Missions and skins based on the 1966 TV series and "Justice League 3000."
Fans have one more incentive to preorder "Batman: Arkham Knight" -- the "Gotham's Future" Skin Pack.
Rocksteady Studios reveals what went into the designs of the heavily anticipated game's three biggest characters.
The crime-committing duo are joined by Superman, Aquaman and Bane, the "Back to the Future" fun pack, with Doc Brown and more.
The video, which finds everyday people battling tough situations, is directed by Tim and Jeff Cronenweth and features Nine Inch Nails' "The Wretched."
The voice of Orgrim Doomhammer says the movie "will more than satisfy" its gamer-based audience.
A new behind-the-scenes video from Rocksteady Studios offers a look at one of the most anticipated new features of "Batman: Arkham Knight" - Dual Play Combat.
DC Collectibles has debuted its second wave of action figures based on the upcoming "Batman: Arkham Knight" video game.
Sylvester Stallone, Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Bella Thorne & Rosario Dawson join the CG-animated adaptation of the popular video game franchise.
If there were an actual old-school adventure-spy game like this, we’d never get anything else done.
A new video reveals the rest of Kevin Conroy's co-stars, as John Noble, Jonathan Banks, Ashley Greene and more arrive in Gotham City.
Details are slim, but the agreement represents the latest effort by the video-game giant to expand its pop culture reach.
The writer talks about making the leap from Marvel's comics to games, and which character he'd love to develop a first-person shooter for.
The next installment of "Disney Infinity" will, as predicted, focus on all eras of "Star Wars," along with new Marvel additions and more.
"Humanity in Chains" lead Michael Manzanares spoke with CBR about what the upcoming Nintendo 3DS game offers fans of the hit manga and anime.
A gory trailer announces that the "Mortal Kombat X" Jason Voorhees Bundle will be available to Kombat Pack owners for early download.
Atlus USA has debuted a new trailer showcasing the characters that appear in the Nintendo 3DS game.
Beyond the finish of Rocksteady's Arkham trilogy awaits new features and characters for those paying for a little more.
Saturday is Free Comic Book Day, when you can stock up on free comics, and Tuesday was National Superhero Day. But today? It’s Batman Day.
The 20th Century Fox take on the hit video game comes to BOOM! Studios for a prequel one-shot.
The "Season Pass" version of "Arkham Knight" will offer players access to new content for six months after the game's initial release.
Rocksteady's latest trailer promises "death to all who follow" Batman in the final chapter of the "Arkham Trilogy."
The Warp Zone, a nerd-centric a cappella quintet, delivers a techno-free version of the classic video game theme song.
The "Death of Wolverine" writer talks with CBR about his first time scripting a game, what he learned and his hopes to do more work in the medium.
Marvel Entertainment and Telltale Games, known for its storytelling game play, will collaborate on an untitled console game to be released in 2017.
Kabam creative director Cuz Parry tells CBR about the daunting task of adding Marvel's upcoming "Avengers" blockbuster to the game's world.
The next "Adventure Time" game is a story-driven 3D adventure that transforms Jake and Finn into detectives.
The soon-to-debut Marvel Studios sequel comes to digital pinball this week, and CBR has the exclusive reveal of the game's trailer.
Unveiled at Star Wars Celebration, the trailer showcases action from the immersive action game, arriving in November from DICE and Lucasfilm.
"Compass Point: West" EP Sami Nurmio tells CBR News about the game's origins, and how the comic adaptation affected the overall story.
The video offers glimpses at online multiplayer mode, familiar settings, challenge missions, weapons, Titan abilities and more
The game will allow players to mix and match characters from different universes, including DC Comics, "The LEGO Movie" and "Back to the Future."
Ahead of the debut of "Mortal Kombat X" for consoles and PC, NetherRealm Studios have launched a free-to-play version of the fighting game for iOS devices.
Marvel Pinball fans will soon get the chance to play a table based on Marvel Studios' high-profile upcoming sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
The trailer is directed by System of a Down’s Shavo Odadjian and set to the tune of the band’s signature hit "Chop Suey!"
Atlus USA will bring the" Attack on Titan" Nintendo 3DS game to North America, Europe and Australia next month.