Batman: Arkham City Graphic Novel

There is no doubting that Arkham Asylum was a fabulous game and that the recent follow up, Arkham City, was even more special. There is however a chronological gab between the two games, at the end of Arkham Asylum our heroic dark knight has taken out the self appointed Clown Prince of Crime but the battle took it’s toll on the asylum and it’s in a fare old state. By the start of Arkham City a replacement city-prison has been build within the Gotham city limits and we jump right in to start cracking heads. So, how did this city-prison come to be?

Fans of Arkham Asylum will remember this scene

In July this year DC Comics released the first of a five issue limited series covering the six month gap. With stunning art by Carlos D’Anda along site a fantastic story written by DC veteran, and writer on both Arkham games, Paul Dini. The series has now been released by DC as a hardback graphic novel that also includes the all five of the digital chapters that were released online, again written by Paul Dini but showcasing some different artists.

Having excitedly poured over a copy on a recent flight I can confirm that it is a really great read that fleshes out the game story wonderfully while effortlessly weaving them together. We’ve teamed up with DC Comics and have copies of the hardback to give away to two lucky winners.

For your chance to win simply fill in your details and answer the following question.

Before Harvey Dent became Two Face, what was his job?

a) Paperboy
b) District Attorney
c) Butler

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