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MAGAZINE PREVIEW – Batman Automobilia: The Definitive Collection of Batman Vehicles

By Marty Mulrooney


As described on the official website, ‘The BATMAN Automobilia Collection is a new fortnightly series bringing you die-cast official collector’s models of the most iconic vehicles ever to have been driven by Batman, along with a cool and informative magazine.’ Doug Wilson of Yomego.com was recently kind enough to send Alternative Magazine Online issues no. 2 and 3 to take a closer look – AMO is therefore proud to present an exclusive online video preview of Batman Automobilia!

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BOOK REVIEW – Batmobile: The Complete History by Mark Cotta Vaz

By Marty Mulrooney

Batmobile The Complete History

Batmobile: The Complete History offers a detailed account of the iconic Batmobile, from its first appearance within the pages of Detective Comics, to its latest appearance on the big screen in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. The book has been lovingly written and put together by New York Times bestselling author Mark Cotta Vaz, and features ‘stunning photographs, detailed specs, blueprints, concept artwork, and original interviews.’

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GAME REVIEW – Batman: Arkham Asylum

By Marty Mulrooney


With Christopher Nolan successfully rebooting Batman on the silver screen in recent years, the dark knight is pretty hot property right now. I didn’t realise before writing this review, but there have actually been a lot of Batman games over the years, usually to tie in with the various film releases, with varying degrees of success.

This new Batman game from Rocksteady Studios is nothing do with the recent film releases though, being released on the PS3 and Xbox360 last month, with the PC release coming out later this week. The version I am reviewing is the PS3 version, but it should apply to the XBox360 version as well: at long last, it seems that multi-platform game design is reaching a stage where differences between the HD console versions is negligible. Continue reading


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