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“Batman: Arkham City” Getting Tie-In Comics This May

2009’s acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum game won awards and generally gets regarded as on the best superhero video games ever made. But it was curiously missing a link back to the medium that spawned it. There was an Arkham-centric miniseries that came out during the same year as Rocksteady’s hit game, but it had nothing to do with …

R.I.P.: The Comics Code Authority

The Comics Code Authority, the organization responsible for making sure American comic books were safe for children’s consumption, blinked out of existence late last week, following the withdrawal of the final two publishers that used its services. It was 56 years old.

The initial version of the Comics Code was adopted by a consortium …

All Networks Pass On Wonder Woman TV Show

Maybe we should begin to call it a curse. After years of failed attempts to bring DC Comics’ Wonder Woman to the movies – including one by Buffy‘s Joss Whedon, who was then snapped up by competitors Marvel to helm their flagship movie The Avengers – the character’s latest bid for TV greatness seems to have fallen at the first hurdle: No …

Sony and DC Hope to Electrify Fans with InFamous Comic

The PS3 exclusive inFamous games wear the influence of superhero comics more strongly than most video games. Series hero Cole McGrath gets a classic superhero origin story–where the blast that destroys much of his city also endows him with electromagnetic powers– and the cutscenes in the first game unfolded in panels like those found …

Green Lantern Trailer Hits, And Is – Okay, Maybe?

The first trailer for DC Entertainment’s much-anticipated Green Lantern is out, and it’s… Well, I’m not entirely sure what it is, to be honest. For a movie with so much riding on it – Merely the hopes and dreams of both DC and DC fanboys, for whom nothing short of “Better than Iron Man” will be good enough – this is a curiously …

Q&A: Marv Wolfman on DC Universe Online, Love for Video Games

Marv Wolfman knows the DC Universe like few others. He’s written hit runs on Superman and Batman, along with a classic partnership with artist George Perez on the Teen Titans. Most memorably, he destroyed the multiple planes of reality that where alternate versions of the publishers characters existed in 1986’s Crisis on Infinite Earths

“Assassins’ Creed” Floods the Zone on Release Day

Just as Ezio di Auditore prepares to storm Rome in this week’s Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, Ubisoft’s launching a transmedia assault on multiple fronts. Today will see the release of Assassin’s Creed Ascendance, an animated short that bridges the gap between Assaassin’s Creed II and ACB. (More on Techland:

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