Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)

 
Welcome to the Madhouse! Descend into the core of the criminally insane as The Joker launches his most diabolical plot ever. The inmates of Arkham have been set free - and it's up to Batman, to bring order to the chaos and take back the Asylum. Explore the depths of this never-before-seen island as you experience the darkest journey of Batman's life.
Developer : 
Rocksteady Studio
Genre: 
Action-Adventure
Rating: 
On Sale Date: 
Aug 25 2009

New origin for Harley Quinn revealed in SUICIDE SQUAD #6 & #7

In this two-part story “The Hunt for Harley Quinn” written by Adam Glass with art by Clayton Henry, Harley’s former teammates on the Suicide Squad track her through Gotham City as she tries to discover the truth behind the Joker’s disappearance.

Along the way we’ll learn Harley’s origin as Dr. Harleen Quinzel, a groundbreaking psychiatrist who works her way into the Joker’s mind as he works his way into hers, revealing her own madness within.

UPDATED: “I’m going to do what so many have failed to do… I’m going to kill him.”

Apologies. We've corrected the art credits below.

Escaping from Arkham Asylum isn’t easy, unless you have the right tools. Armed with a rusty nail, some marbles, a trick flower, and a crowbar, Harley Quinn makes a break for it. She’s done joking around in GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #20, by Peter Calloway and artists Andres Guinaldo, Lorenzo Ruggiero and Ramon Bachs, and now nothing is going to stand in her way.

On sale February 23.

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Ethan Van Sciver tackles the Riddler

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This lovely piece of art is the cover to JOKER’S ASYLUM: THE RIDDLER #1, hitting in June as part of the month-long JOKER’S ASYLUM event. Nice, huh? And, while we have your attention thanks to the masterful Mr. Ethan Van Sciver, here’s a breakdown on the one-shots and the creators involved:

Things continue to get complicated for the GOTHAM CITY SIRENS

Now that Mr. J's secret is out in the open, will the girls' reaction take them to the point of no return? And will Harley Quinn ever be the same? Only writer Paul Dini and artist Guillem March know for sure, but a few pages never hurt, right? Especially right before a holiday weekend.

GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #6 hits today.

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GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #5 puts the spotlight on Harley

The duo of writer Paul Dini and artist Guillem March allow the Joker's former assistant Harley Quinn to take center stage as the girls deal with the aftershocks of Hush's deadly manipulations. But, more importantly, who's the surprise guest star? Well, you're in luck. Not only do we have a few pages for you to scan below, but GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #5 hits comic stores today. Easy, right?

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