It’s October, and while he gets a whole day in September, here at Marooner’s Rock we all know that it’s Batman Month! And we’re kicking it off with the worst of the worst, the absolute lamest villains in Batman’s rogues gallery.
Enter the fractured psyche of Bruce Wayne and discover the powerful and far-reaching consequences of your choices as the Dark Knight. In this gritty and violent new story from the award-winning creators of The Walking Dead – A Telltale Games Series, you'll make discoveries that will shatter Bruce Wayne's world, and the already fragile stability of a corrupt Gotham City.
Batman games over the years have usually painted a violent, devoted figure, using a number of items to his advantage while maintaining a great deal of stealth to intimidate his enemies. Sure, some games have fared better than others (can we just forget the Batman Forever releases didn’t exist?), but overall, developers have really gotten an idea of what makes the hero tick.
Batman (Kevin Conroy) must save Commissioner Gordon (Ray Wise) from the Joker's (Mark Hamill) twisted quest to drive him insane.
We’ve seen our fair share of outstanding Batman movies in the past – I don’t need to tell you how amazing Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is after all these years, do I? – but none have the same level of anticipation as Batman: The Killing Joke. An R-rated animated film that promised initially to not hold back any punches, Joke was promising to stay devoted to the source material, written...[Read More]
Bad news has been hovering over the Batman Arkham series like the weight of Bruce’s lack of parents. Not only did the PC version of what was otherwise a stellar entry to the series Arkham Knight run poorly, but customers were offered refunds for even digital versions. In fact, I’m not sure if it’s playable to this day. Unfortunately, the trend of unfortunate events continues as B...[Read More]
Oh Gamestop, how we love you. Thanks to a Gamestop employee, we have an image that possibly confirms the long assumed Batman Arkham HD Collection. The quick acting employee snapped an image and sent it over to Eurogamer, who published the picture.
Wizard World, Inc. announced that the July ComicConBox will include a copy of Detective Comics #474 first appearance of Deadshot exclusive Variant Cover done by Dan Panosian. Monthly subscribers will receive the color variant cover and new subscribers will can select a virgin cover as a gift! The comic features Deadshot escaping from prison to hunt down the Dark Knight. Read this exciting chapter ...[Read More]
Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) share the screen in this Warner Bros./DC Entertainment co-production penned by David S. Goyer and Chris Terrio, and directed by Zack Snyder. Amy Adams and Diane Lane return as Lois Lane and Martha Kent, respectively.
It’s pretty damn funny to see some critics tear apart Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice like it’s the second coming of Batman & Robin. They’re practically putting director Zack Snyder on a firing range and letting loose with their bevy of inconsistencies, wondering if any of them will sting him enough to let another director take over the forthcoming Justice League.
Rocket League has been a near-nightly habit for me since it hit PSPlus all those months ago, and every bit of new content has been worthwhile. Independent developer Psyonix has now partnered with Warner Bros. to bring the Batmobile from the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to Rocket League!
Psyonix, developer of Rocket League, announced this past week that they will be releasing the newest Rocket League DLC with a hand from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Get ready to play some Car Soccer with the help of the Dark Knight’s Black Stallion. No we’re not talking about Batwing. We are of course talking about the Batmobile. That’s right, prospective Heroes of Got...[Read More]