The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham City has us excited to play as – and play with – the seductive, agile and crafty Catwoman. We wish she wouldn’t be so generous with her kisses though.
The tilt-shift lens technique is known for making real-world locations look like miniatures. Flurdeh applies the same effect to video games, offering up tilt-shift takes on Fallout: New Vegas, Bioshock Infinite, CyberPunk 2077, and Skyrim and more. We loved watching tiny street fights break out in Batman: Arkham Knight.
With the help of Pikus Concrete, Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything managed to have a gigantic 3D-printed statue created in his own image. The 12-foot-tall concrete sculpture weighs in at 6,000 pounds, and Jerry had it dropped next to his buddy’s swimming pool as a prank. We’re sure it will soon get sliced open by What’s Inside.
“The rain on my chest is a baptism – I’m born again.” Premium collectible maker Prime 1 Studio used its Batman: Arkham City license to make a bust of Frank Miller’s Batman from The Dark Knight Returns. The bust is 10.5″ tall and comes with two swappable heads.
Costume maker Julian Checkley was awarded the Guinness World Record for having the most functional gadgets on a costume. He didn’t make the Arkham Origins-inspired Batsuit, but he did make the gadgets, which include a Bat-tracker, a grapnel gun, and a flashbang.