A LEGO Batman Spinoff focused on the villains from DC! The Joker, Lex Luthor, Harley Quinn and tons of other bad guys run around wreaking havoc around the world!
Its love at first sight when Wade lays eyes on the spunky damsel with the messed up past.
One year after the death of the Joker during the events of Arkham City, Batman is struggling to come to terms with the absence of his nemesis and the uncomfortable feeling that the pair shared a bond deeper than either could admit. Without the Joker's chaotic presence, Gotham's citizens have never felt safer, and crime in the city has dramatically declined. However, this gives Batman's enemies, including Penguin, Two-Face, and Harley Quinn, a chance to unite with the singular goal of killing Batman. On Halloween night, Scarecrow threatens the city with his newly created strain of fear toxin and bombs …
15 years before the events of Arkham Asylum, Batman, at age 27, is on the verge of completing his second year of crime fighting. For the most part, he is used to fighting those who are weaker and slower than him. That all changes on Christmas' Eve when Black Mask puts a $50,000,000 bounty and one night deadline on The Batman's head. The bounty has drawn the attention of eight of the best contract killers in the world (Deathstroke, Killer Croc, Deadshot, Firefly, Bane, Shiva, Electrocutioner, and Copperhead) whom one by one Batman has to defeat while at the same …
The events of Arkham City are set one year after Batman: Arkham Asylum. Quincy Sharp, the asylum's erstwhile director, has taken sole credit for halting the Joker's armed siege, using this distinction to become mayor of Gotham City. Declaring both the asylum and Blackgate Penitentiary no longer suitable to contain the city's detainees, Sharp's administration orders both facilities closed and he purchases Gotham's most notorious slums, converting them into an immense prison enclosure known as Arkham City. This facility is subsequently placed in the care of psychiatrist Hugo Strange—who is secretly manipulating Sharp—and monitored by a rogue private military firm, …
Written by veteran Batman writer Paul Dini, Arkham Asylum is based on the long-running comic book mythos. In the game's main storyline, Batman's archenemy, the Joker, instigates an elaborate plot to seize control of Arkham Asylum and trap Batman inside with many of his incarcerated foes. With Joker threatening to detonate hidden bombs around fictional Gotham City, Batman is forced to fight his way through the asylum's inmates and put an end to the Joker's plans.
Who solves the cases that Batman is too busy to solve? Follow the detectives of the Gotham City Police Department in a new NCIS/CSI-style TV series set in the Batman universe.
A movie with almost every character from Gotham and the Batman universe in it, and a few Superman characters.
Gotham Girls is an American Flash animation series about the females of Gotham City, created and produced jointly by Warner Brothers and Noodle Soup Productions. Episodes starred Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Batgirl, Catwoman and Zatanna in short stories of varying length about the daily lives of the characters (from the DC Comics universe). (as per Wikipedia)
After witnessing his parents' brutal murder at the age of 10, billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne grows up to be the masked vigilante known as the Batman. Vowing to do everything in his power to prevent the evil that took his parents, Batman starts an all-out war on some of the most twisted fiends in Gotham City, including dapper crimelord The Penguin, triple-jointed contortionist Ragdoll, Bruce's childhood friend-turned-psycopath Black Mask, and, of course, the Clown Prince of Crime, The Joker.
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