Arrow S2 Ep15 - The Promise
Slade Wilson/Deathstroke, Ollie’s former friend from his hellish island days, has finally made his presence in Starling City known to Ollie. He does this by planting himself where Ollie is most vulnerable: at home. Ollie is clearly not happy to see Slade, but why? Why are they now archenemies? What is motivating Slade to go against Ollie? All these questions are answered as most of “The Promise”…
This news saddens me. Fan-favorite writer, Paul Dini, who has not only written the first two “Arkham” games, but has written some amazing comics and for Batman: The Animated Series, will not be attached to Batman: Arkham Knight. As much as I enjoyed Batman: Arkham Origins his lack of presence on the story was definitely felt. The story in Origins just didn’t live up to the bar set by Arkham City. I was really hoping Rocksteady would have gotten him back to write their final “Arkham” game.
Yesterday saw the release of Rocksteady’s announcement trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight, their final addition to the “Arkham” game franchise. Now sources are reporting that the “Arkham Knight” in the game’s title may not refer to Batman at all. The Arkham Knight will apparently be a new character created for the game itself.
Batman: Arkham Knight is scheduled to release later this year and will be available on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One game consoles.
'Gotham' Finds It's Bruce Wayne & Selina Kyle
Fox’s upcoming Gotham TV series, which will be developed by Bruno Heller (The Mentalist) and will focus on the origins of Batman and the universe he encompasses, has just cast two fresh faces to take on the roles of young Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle.
David Mazouz, who recently starred alongside Kiefer Sutherland on the now cancelled Fox series Touch, will play Bruce Wayne years before the…
We’re drawing nearer to the finale of DC’s current line-wide event, Forever Evil. Personally, I haven’t cared much for the Forever Evil tie-ins but I’ve been enjoying the main story. Its seems that some crazy revelations might come to fruition in this upcoming issue. Forever Evil #6 hits store shelves tomorrow, March 5th, 2014. Check out the preview above and full solicitation below.
Story by Geoff Johns
Art by David Finch, Richard Friend
Cover by David Finch, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Ethan Van Sciver
Publisher: DC Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
The final fate of Nightwing! The most unlikely of allies have set the Crime Syndicate in their sights — and they’re playing for keeps while the life of a hero hangs in the balance! Plus, the identity of the mysterious man in the hood is finally revealed!
Have you been enjoying Forever Evil? Let us know.
Batman: Arkham Knight is schedule to release later in 2014 and it will be Rocksteady’s final addition to the “Arkham” franchise.
BleedingCool.com is reporting that Rocksteady’s next Batman game, apparently titled Batman: Arkham Knight, will be announced tomorrow on DC All Access. This would be Rocksteady’s follow-up to NetherRealm’s Batman: Arkham Origins.
It was reported earlier that Hush might play a main villain in Rocksteady’s upcoming installment. We’ll find out all the facts tomorrow. Stay tuned.
DC Comics is partnering up with General Mills to bring cereal eaters free Justice League comics inside select cereal boxes. Each comic book will be the first part in a two-part story. The second parts can be read at www.BigGCerealHeroes.com. You can expect to see these popping up in supermarkets April 2014.
Remember the good ol’ days when you opened up a cereal box and found a prize just for you. I didn’t realize this was still a thing. Good thing I still but Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Lucky Charms on occasion.
The Batman: Hush facebook profile recently posted an image of Hush while stating:
Remember a little appearance by somebody in Arkham City? Well things may be [about] to get more interesting next month…
Those who played the award winning video game, Batman: Arkham City, will recall that Hush, the character created by Jeph Leob & Jim Lee, made a brief appearance. Now sources are saying this comment may mean that said character will appear in Rocksteady’s next Batman installment, which would be follow up to Arkham City, as the recent Arkham Origins was developed by NetherRealm Studios. Or maybe Batman: Hush is teasing the character may appear in some DLC for Arkham Origins. Who knows? Either way, to this news I say “Cool”. I love me some Hush.