If you're a lunatic in the DC universe, then you know all about Arkham Asylum. Ostensibly a place to cure the world's worst and craziest supervillains, it's never successfully accomplished anything other than giving Batman more work to do — here are the reasons why.
If you ever need proof of how utterly effective special effects makeup can be in horror, you need look no further than these cosplayers. They take terrifying characters and concepts away from the realm of movies and into the real world.
Batman's next straight-to-DVD animated adventure is set in the Arkham Asylum videogame universe, although you'd be hard-pressed to tell from this trailer. Still, watching the Suicide Squad get caught between Batman and the Joker seems like a good time no matter what.
LEGO artist Thorsten Bonsch, also known as Xenomurphy, spent a year designing and building his gothic revival take on Gotham City's Arkham Asylum. And he has released a free PDF guide to his building process.
Check out Batman's power armor! This is just one of the pieces of concept art that artist Carlos D'Anda created for Arkham Asylum, which he's been posting online. Click through for some awesome villain concepts, plus the Batmobile.
Possible new images from video game Batman: Arkham City have us ultra excited for the Arkham Asylum follow-up game. Check out all the villains Batman will have to face.
Check out the blueprints hidden Warden Quincy Sharp's secret room in the hit Arkham Asylum game. Are these the plans for the new video game Arkham City? And how come nobody knew this secret room even existed?
Warner Bros. has recently registered several new domain names related to the Batman franchise. Are these domains tie-ins with the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum 2 videogame or another Bat-project entirely?