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Ghosted Trailer Starring Chris Evans & Ana de Armas

Square Enix Batman: Arkham Asylum Figure Review

The guys over at onepercase have out done themselves again with this review of Play Arts Kai Batman: Arkham Asylum . Square Enix has produced some of the best affordable museum-quality pieces in recent memory. How does the Play Arts Kai Batman: Arkham Asylum series hold up? Click on the jump to find out as we delve into their Batman No. 1. Square Enix is well known for its various and excellent figure lines, particularly those in the Play Arts Kai line: each has demonstrated that companies like Hot Toys, SideShow, and others no longer have the monopoly on museum-quality pieces. Add to that the affordability of many of their lines ($50-100), and Square Enix is helping to re-write the industry. In no other line is this more true than with their offerings for Batman: Arkham Asylum series, in particular the Batman No. 1 release, which quite possibly the most amazing figure I've seen at this price point since the Marvel Select's large figure lines of The Hulks, Thanos, an

BATMAN LIVE Trailer And Images

I am still not sure about this one, but today we have the first footage and trailer from the upcoming  BATMAN LIVE show. Yes Batman Live . The costumes themselves don't look half bad, and the ladies  Catwoman, Poison Ivy and  Harley Quinn  are looking mighty good. There is no word or date if the show will be heading to the states. For the first time in DC Comics history, see Batman the world's most popular DC Super Hero as you've never seen him before, in an all-new, live-action arena adventure, set to take the world by storm. Premiering in the UK in Summer 2011, Batman Live - World Arena Tour is a multi-million pound stage production of unprecedented scale and a must-see for families and Batman fans everywhere. Based on an original story being created exclusively for the show, BATMAN LIVE is a theatrical extravaganza of thrilling stunts, acrobatic acts and illusions. Never before has Gotham City, Wayne Manor, the Batcave and Arkham Asylum been brought to life on

Batman Live Coming To A Town Near You

Batman Live Coming To A Town Near You A Batman stage show soon might be swooping to a town near you. Warner Bros. and DC Comics are in the early stages of developing a tour, tentatively titled "Batman Live" and starring the Caped Crusader, working with Nick Grace Management and Water Lane Prods., companies behind the popular "Walking With Dinosaurs" and "Mamma Mia!" touring shows. The show is neither a musical nor a Broadway-bound theatrical production but rather an elaborate arena production aimed at kids and families. Alan Burnett, a longtime animation veteran whose credits include Batman and Superman television shows as well as such animated movies as "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" and "Green Lantern: First Flight," is writing the story and script. The logline is being kept under wraps, but it's known that the show will feature numerous villains. Warner Bros. Consumer Products is spearheading the project, whose deals wit