Written by Jude Terror
on Tuesday, March 04 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
Collecting some rumors from around the web.
Earlier today, stalwarts of responsible comics journalism ComicsAlliance ran a rumor that Hush may be the next main villain in the Batman: Arkham video game franchise. The supposition was based on an image of a video game Hush on the Hush Facebook page (yes, that exists) along with a promise that something exciting was about to happen. Since the rumor ran earlier, the post has been taken down, so there might be something to it.
Later in the day, Newsarama's newly rebellious shock blogger Lucas Siegel posted a rumor that DC would announce the next Arkham game on their DC All Access youtube show tomorrow, daring to further irritate the publishing giant by posting an image of a Batman logo from a poster sent to video game stores (who were supposed to keep it under wraps). The Image originally came from Kotaku, but let's not complicate this narrative too much.
Bleeding Cool followed up after that with a rumor that the game will be called Arkham Knights.
So what's the deal? I guess we'll find out tomorrow, unless DC decides to blacklist their own YouTube channel. Stranger things have happened.
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About the Author - Jude Terror
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