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With Batman Arkham City coming out yesterday (uk) and the 18th of October (usa) and with me finishing it yesterday i throught it would be cool to open a batman thread so go ahead and say anything you want about batman you can talk about the games comics movies anything batman you can even make reviews of it ill start

Review of Batman Arkham Asylum

Story - The Joker breaks out of arkham and lets Batman capture him and bring him back but as Batman thinks it was too easy and thinks Joker is up to something he is proven Right as Joker takes control of arkham and kills many guards unleashes all of the inmates with the help of Harley Quinn and the inmates being killer choc Scarecrow and more of the villians from batmans past and with the pain of the riddler who makes batman solve all his riddles..its gonna be one big night for the dark knight

Gameplay - just belive me this is one of the best comic book games and it feels like you really are the dark knight as you fight,do puzzles and solve riddles it is really good gameplay

Overall - it is one of the best batman games if not one of the best comic book games made and if you can i would say ether get it along with the sequel Arkham City or if you can find it just get it so Batman Arkham Asylum gets a 9.0

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  • I watched Under the Red Hood on Netflix the other night. It was pretty good, but John DiMaggio voiced Joker and while I'm sure I can grudgingly accept someone other than Mark Hamill as his voice, I can't do it when my brain keeps thinking "Bender!" every time he talks.

  • Yeah it's weird to say but DiMaggio may be a little too prolific a voice actor

  • @Scnew said: I now have a desire to see more of the Joker at his most sadistic/hilarious. Any recommendations on good graphic novels to pick up? Or how about the Batman Year One DVD?

    The man who laughs and the killing Joke two of the best.

  • @Icedhope said: The man who laughs and the killing Joke two of the best.

    Yes. THIS.

  • @Icedhope said: The man who laughs and the killing Joke two of the best.

    Yep. Fully agree. These. As for DVD; Under The Red Hood shows the most graphic side of his psychosis. In comics, most of his torture is psychological or campy physical. The graphic physical violence attributed to the Joker in the comics came when the art wasn't what it is today. Killing Joke is the happy medium of modern art and disturbing subject matter though.

  • Is the comic Emperor Joker any good?

  • Do you like reading about a lobotomized Batman?

  • @DAISHI said: Do you like reading about a lobotomized Batman?

    Who doesn't?

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