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Batman: Caped Crusader Trailer Takes The Dark Knight Back to His Roots… Kind Of

Batman is going back to the beginning. Today, DC and Amazon released a trailer for the upcoming Amazon Prime series Batman: Caped Crusader. From Bruce Timm, one of the creators of Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: Caped Crusader is based on the earliest Batman comics by Bob Kane (more or less), ...

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Batman: Arkham Shadow Trailer Teases a Game Most Gamers Can’t Play

Batman is returning in a new Arkham game, but it’s not as cool as it sounds. Today saw the release of a teaser for Batman: Arkham Shadow, an upcoming entry in the popular DC Comics video game series. Little is known about the game, other than it involving Batman, Gotham City, rats, and probably lo...

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Joker: Folie à Deux Trailer Sings a Song of Madness

Arkham Asylum can’t hold true love any more than it can hold the Joker. Tonight, Warner Bros. released a trailer for Joker: Folie à Deux, the sequel to 2019’s surprise blockbuster film based on the DC Comics villain. From what little we know, Joker: Folie à Deux picks up with Arthur Fleck lo...

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DC Releases New Suicide Squad Isekai Anime Trailer

Now that we’ve gotten past the Suicide Squad movies and the Suicide Squad video game, get set for the Suicide Squad anime! Last July, DC announced Suicide Squad Isekai, an anime T.V. show based on the DC Comics characters from Wit Studio and Warner Bros. Japan. Now, they’ve released a trailer fo...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League had Under 1000 Players This Morning

They may kill the Justice League in the game, but in real life, it’s the Suicide Squad that’s dead. PCGames reports that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the new DC Comics video game from Rocksteady, dropped to under 1000 players on Steam this morning. At 6:30 AM Eastern, only 945 gamers...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has Fewer Day 1 Players than Marvel’s Avengers

Remember Marvel’s Avengers, the video game fans were excited for that turned out to be a disappointing bait-and-switch that bombed so hard it was delisted three years later? Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League just asked it to hold its wine spritzer. According to PCGamesN, the first-day Steam ...

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