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Iron Studios and Sideshow Collectibles unveil movie Black Panther while Mezco and Hot Toys jump into the "Suicide Squad" pool -- and so much more!
A Lamborghini Gallardo with a carbon-fiber body resembling the Batmobile from "Batman: Arkham Knight" is competing in the iconic Gumball 3000.
Square Enix has revealed photos and details of the Nightwing action figure from the Play Arts Kai "Batman: Arkham Knight" series.
Barbara Gordon will leap from "Batman: Arkham Knight" to collectors' shelves with this 10-inch action figure from Square Enix.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" inspires new pieces from Hot Toys, Mezco, Sideshow Collectibles and more!
DC Collectibles, Diamond Select Toys, Hot Toys and more showed off killer new collectibles before the show even started!
Mezco introduces new "Batman v Superman" characters while Diamond Select Toys reveals new Minimates and "Captain America: Civil War" figures.
Ra's al Ghul, Mad Hatter, Killer Croc and Mr. Freeze plague the Dark Knight in the all-new DLC expansion for the hit game.
Rocksteady's "Season of Infamy" arrives, bringing with it a quartet of villains, Christian Bale's "Dark Knight" batsuit and a tease of more to come in 2016.
Submitted to LEGO Ideas, this incredible "Batman: Arkham Knight" Batmobile took three months to design and 4,640 pieces to assemble.
New add-ons include Batsuit and Batmobile skins from "Batman v Superman," "Catwoman's Revenge" and the Robin-centric "Flip a Coin."
The Dark Knight, a galaxy far, far away and the xenomorphs lead this week's batch of hot collectible reveals.
Complete your personal Batcave, and scare off potential burglars, with a life-size replica of Batman from the "Arkham Knight" video game.
"Batman: Arkham Knight" may still be broken on PC, but with these "Grand Theft Auto V" mods you can still cause mayhem in the Batmobile.
"Batman: Arkham Knight" returned last week to Steam, but it's still broken, leading Warner Bros. to offer full refunds for the PC version.
With the return of "Batman: Arkham Knight" to Steam, Warner Bros. is extending an olive branch to PC buyers by offering free digital copies of the "Arkham" library.
Four months after a glitch-filled launch led to its removal from Steam, the final game in the blockbuster "Arkham" series will be available once again for PC.
The happy winner of a PlayStation contest received a one-of-a-kind go-kart based on the Batmobile from the hit video game "Batman: Arkham Knight."
Ben Affleck's Batman look will arrive as part of the final round of season pass content for Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham Knight."
In the four months since its launch, the final game in Warner Bros. Interactive's blockbuster franchise has sold more than 5 million units worldwide.
Nearly four months after technical problems led Warner Bros. to suspend sales of the game for PC, "Arkham Knight" is ready to return to the platform.
When it comes to the Dark Knight's video-game potential, a Warner Bros. Interactive executive says "the possibilities are endless."
As we begin the countdown to New York Comic Con, Funko has unveiled its first wave of event-exclusive merchandise.
Rocksteady Games co-founder Sefton Hill is even conducting an informal poll to determine which Bale Batsuit should join the game.
The trailer video from Rocksteady Studios highlights the upcoming downloadable content available this month.
Get your first taste of the Man of Steel's "Arkham Knight" arrival in a minute-long preview for the upcoming PC mod.
Diamond Select Toys unveils more Marvel and movie Minimates while Play Arts Kai shows off Black Widow and Captain America.
The polystone statue is based on the antagonist from the video game "Batman: Arkham Knight" is impressive, certainly, but so is the price: $900.
In the official trailer for "Batman: Arkham Knight's" August update, Batman, Jim Gordon, Barbara Gordon and Catwoman must confront Scarecrow once more.
This Batsuit created by a French cosplayer is made even more impressive when you realize it isn't 3D-printed, but rather hand-made.
Batman's video-game foe leaps off the screen with the help of a 3D-printed cosplay costume and a stylish photo shoot.
In August, "Batman: Arkham Knight" season pass holders will receive a "1989 Movie Batmobile Pack" and "The Bat-family Skins Pack."
The action-packed clip from the "Batman: Arkham Knight" expansion pack sees Batgirl and Robin rushing to rescue Batman and Jim Gordon
After watching this Honest Trailer, you may wonder why the video game wasn't called "Batmobile: Arkham Knight."
With her own combat style and hacking skills, Barbara "Batgirl" Gordon will attempt to locate her missing father in a theme park controlled by the Joker.
Though a worthy end to the franchise, "Batman: Arkham Knight" isn't without its faults. Sadly, the newly-added Batmobile is one of them.
The move comes in the wake of thousands of negative user reviews for the highly anticipated finale to the Rocksteady Studios trilogy.
The actor tells CBR about putting his stamp on Nightwing, why the character is badass, geeking out over Kevin Conroy and his superhero bucket list.
With a 3D printer, paint and a lot of dedication, one cosplayer recreated the suit from "Batman: Arkham Origins," complete with fireball-shooting gauntlet.
Here's one more look into the world of "Arkham Knight" before the game arrives in stores tomorrow, June 23.