Warner Bros. has announced that PC gamers who bought the flawed Batman: Arkham Knight will now be able to claim a full refund for the title. The game was pulled from sale due to major bugs, many of which have not been fixed by a recent re-release.
Turkish bomb disposal experts were taken aback on Friday when the controlled explosion of a car bomb in the Kurdish-dominated southeast caused a massive blast that scattered debris and caused panic amongst bystanders.
Here's a skill that Batman might wish he had: Scientists have discovered that some bats can mess up each other's chances of snagging a meal. Just think: Batman could put the bad guys on a diet by doing this. He could starve them into behaving.
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Batman is a comic book come superhero who is on the side of law and order but Friday night, in Times Square New York City, the caped crusader had an altercation with an officer of the law and the air turned blue.
Remember that scene in the second Christian Bale Batman movie, “The Dark Knight,” when the vigilante reveals to Lucius Fox a machine capable of accessing every cell phone throughout Gotham city? Sounds familiar, doesn't it?
Batman: Arkham Origins' release date is getting closer and that means that more details are being released about the video game title. The newest details surfacing this morning is the name and appearance of another new villain.
Screengrab from new "The Dark Knight Rises" trailer on YouTube
Screenshot from the Dark Knight Rises trailer, featuring the villain Bane
Christian Bale portrays Bruce Wayne/Batman in 'The Dark Knight Rises,' the final installment of director Christopher Nolan's Batman cinematic trilogy
TRAGEDY: The Century 16 theater in Aurora, Colo., is seen the day after 12 moviegoers were shot and killed in 2012 by former graduate student James Holmes, who was convicted Thursday of 24 counts of murder.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt standing next to Christopher Nolan on the set of The Dark Knight Rises.
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Catwoman stunt double during the filming of Dark Knight Rises
The Caped Crusader takes a break from crime fighting in Bradford to watch over Bradfordians in the City Park at lunchtime