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2014-03-15 23:00:48

BatmanGamesx.com recently released a new range of Batman games that can meet the need for online video game players. The website is known to offer some of the most innovative and unique Batman themed games to its user, with some of its new offerings being Batman the Scarecrow’s Revenge, Batman Save Gotham, and Batman Stunts. USA (PRWEB) March 15, 2014 Batman is easily one of the most popular superhero characters of all times. People love this dark knight, they love his adventures,...

2010-07-21 11:42:00

SAN DIEGO, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE) announced today that two of animation's most well-known talents lead a triple-A cast of voice actors in providing their skills for the upcoming online action game, DC Universe(TM) Online. Mark Hamill (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: The Animated Series) will once again voice The Joker, while Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League Unlimited, Batman: Arkham Asylum) will bring to life everyone's...

2008-08-27 18:00:00

By Dan O'Neill WELL, we're coming to the end of what's been billed as the Summer of the Superhero. Talk about men in tights. Hollywood can't get enough of 'em. So far Iron Man's been followed by The Hulk, that far- from-jolly Green Giant; Will Smith's Hancock, a sort of perpetually- sozzled Superman; Hellboy returning this week. Meanwhile, Spiderman and Superman will be back, we've had the Fantastic Four and X-Men and let's not forget sub-superheroes like Indiana Jones, the...

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