App Giveaway: Batman: Arkham City Lockdown for iPhone, iPad

App Giveaway: Batman: Arkham City Lockdown for iPhone, iPad

Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, a spin off of the hugely popular Batman: Arkham City console franchise optimized for iPhone and iPad, has begun hitting the iTunes App Store.

It's live in Australia/New Zealand already and should become available in the US later today.

The inmates have escaped and Batman has his hands full defeating an army of henchmen and some of his most iconic villains. Scour the rooftops and the seedy underbelly of Gotham City through a series of one-on-one battles with the Joker, Two-Face and more, as well as the Batman: Arkham City Lockdown exclusive – Deathstroke. Choose from several Batman skins and power-ups as you punch, kick and combo your way to cleaning up Gotham City.


As you can see from the picture up top, we're huge Batman fans here so, while we're all waiting for Batman: Arkham City Lockdown to hit the U.S. App Store, we figured... why not gift it away to the TiPb Nation? We’ll gift Batman: Arkham City Lockdown to 5 lucky readers, all you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling us which was your favorite Batman story ever. One of the recent Christopher Nolan movies? The older Tim Burton franchise? One of the Batman: The Animated series? A Frank Miller, Alan Moore, or Grant Morrison comic perhaps? One of the Adam West camp shows? Which one?

Must have a U.S. iTunes account to win. Apple’s rule, not ours!

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Chad Riden says:

Alfred. The man behind The Man who never fails to take care of business.

Wateroz says:

You have to love Jim Gordon. He is a shining light in the Batman universe... Mostly incorruptible... a hero... without superpowers

drberezin says:

I would have to say Joker. He's just pure evil.

Darron says:

My favorite Batman character is the Joker.

marktesch says:

The best one: Frank Miller.

Luigi Cutmore says:

Alfred of course! Without him, Batman would be lost! (or at least have no ironed shirts!)

msechea says:

Penguin, Danny Devito nailed it.

y2kemo says:

Bane. That dude broke Batman's back!

fil0727 says:

in my opinion Chris Nolan's "The Dark Knight" is by far the best batman movie.

bl4ck0ps says:

The Joker....for two simple reasons. Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger

Jo says:

"Why so serious?" Joker's my fave character!

fish1856 says:

It may sound cliche, but it's Batman himself. Only super hero who relies totally on his mind rather than his ability to fly or shoot heat vision.

Brian Harper says:

I love the joker! So twisted and cruel!

Nate says:

Batman's my choice! He's the reason why we love this!

JT says:

Definitely the first movie with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson!

Murachadr says:

Why so Serious!?!?!?! the joker of course!!

Pedro C says:

Knight Fall (I think...) - the comic series where Bane is first introduced, he wears down Batman, and finally breaks his back.

Draiken says:

I love Alfred, and the complexity of his relationship with Bruce/Batman and the kids

ChrisP#IM says:

I loved the animated series that used to come on after school!

Fornate says:

Lucius, for without him, Batman wouldn't have the coolest gadgets.

SmoothWitIt22 says:

Just love the animated series. Still a child at heart.

rann says:

Joker. Very unique character throughout super hero world.

Heston47 says:

Heath ledgers joker wa by far the best acting but mark hamills voice just rocks my favorite would be under the red hood

Alex Hempel says:

I really enjoyed the Nolan movies. Batman Begins had a dark quality that unparalleled. And Heath Ledger's Joker was something else entirely. Jack Nicholson was a friendly grandpa compared to that...

Licatar59wfd says:

The Dark Knight. Best Joker ever, had me wanting more at every turn!

dalbertson says:

I liked the Batman Begins movie, prefer that to the tone and atmosphere of the earlier movies.

BigJGibbs says:

Huge fan of Batman with Michael Keaton and Nicholson. Combines the perfect amount of darkness with the perfect amount of the campiness that ruined Batman Forever and beyond...

Carolyn Hayes says:

My son is Robin. So any story where Robin figures in. Meaning mostly the old Adam West/Burt Ward TV shows.

Billy says:

I would love to win Batman Arkham City Lockdown because my uncle was the stunt double for Robin when Adam West was Batman! Yes, its true.... Look up Victor Paul. He is my uncle.

TheRealBatman says:

My Favorite comic for Batman would be Night Send because It shows how Batman must win back Gotham and his struggles he must face to get there.My favorite Batman movie is the first Batman Movie with Micheal Keaton just because I like Tim Burton's take on Batman and he is the first director who presented Batman In all black.

KoOne23 says:

I still like the one with Heath Ledger as The Joker. :)

Kenneth says:

I thought the Dark Knight was the best one.

Bruno R says:

Batman Begins!
Batman's new ominous voice: "Do I look like a cop?!?" :D

gui11aume says:

Batman Begins was it for me.

Michael Perlman says:

It is a tie for me between Tim Burton's 1989 Batman and Christopher Nolan's Dark Night.

tit4tat says:

My favorite Batman, since I was a kid, is Batman (the movie - 1966). OMG, that movie is so funny. I now have an 11-year-old son and he can just about recite the entire movie, line for line. If I had to pick a contemporary (serious) Batman, it would have to be 'Batman Begins'. Thanks for the thread.. from dvd to Wii, we love everything Batman in our house!

asronline says:

Well I have two favourites actually, both from Batman: The Animated Series.
My first favourite has to be the episode "Almost Got 'Im", where Batman's most formidable foes talk about how each of them, well, almost got him! Haha but it was the ending that was spectacular where it turns out that Batman was actually disguised as Killer Croc the whole time, I mean, what a twist!
The second has to be "Trial", where all the villains trap Batman in Arkham and basically hold a trial against him, where he still beats them. I think I really enjoyed episodes with lots of villains at a time ;).
I think it was the fantastic writers that made each episode as exciting, if not more, as the preceeding.
Well I hope I win!

Serraty says:

Dark Night! Great movie!

achoc89862 says:


Robert Edwards says:

I liked "A death in the family". Thought they would actually keep a comic book character dead then. So much for that....

Matt Riley says:

Batman: Long Halloween is one of my favorites. I have the DC Absolute Edition and I read at least once a year.

Joshuapruitt says:

It's a toss up between the dark knight and the arkham city game :)

Worlock20 says:

The first Tim Burton movie!

Torrens In says:

The Dark Knight is the best batman movie ever made.

Chris McNutt says:

Batman Beyond is probably my favorite, or at least, it was at the time I last watched it. The Chris Nolan moves are the best films though.

RobT43 says:

My favorite Batman (and I'm kind of afraid to admit it) is the TV series from the 60's. Yes, I'm an old dude. Holy free app from TiPb Batman!

Adam Long says:

Favorite batman story?
Batman - The Brave and the Bold
Season 1
The Music Meister.
Why? First, Black Canary is awesome. Second, goofy show tunes make me laugh. That is all.

Jim Nichols says:

Batman Returns. I'm a Tim Burton fan.

Rodney Charles says:

I love everything Batman, but my most favorite stories come from the comic-based animated films and series. Some of the most notable for me are "Batman: Mast of the Phantasm", "Batman: Under the Red Hood", and "Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker."
Batman the Animated Series is still the best animated adaption of Batman to date.

Eugene Tamura says:

Absolutely the Adam West TV series!

cheesmo#AC says:

The Joker! He is awesome.

foglock says:

I liked the batman beyond animation because it had some of the old nemesis but also some cool new ones. Plus is showed Bruce Wayne mentoring a new batman.

Trotts says:

Arkham City Storyline followed closely by the Animated Series

Lesliechess says:

My favorite has to be the dark knight. Heath leger was so bad ass

Kevin Sesock says:

Batman: The Animated Series, of course. My guess is that's going to be the most popular answer.

Naman Mittal says:

i Think Batman:The Animated series did a heck of a job in potraying bruce wayne and my favourite story is christmas with joker !

Skip Barker says:

The Dark Knight is my fav.

Kevin Hsiao says:

Christopher Nolan's reboot of the movie series is definitely my favorite. I always thought the Dark Knight take on Batman is much more realistic and gripping from a story perspective.

Jbbarrette says:

Dark Knight, no question!

michael says:

My favorite is the 1966 made for TV Movie with Adam West. Catwoman, the Joker, the Riddler, and the Penguin team up against Batman and Robin. An exploding Shark, what more do you want.

Estebanq87 says:

Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? by Neil Gaiman

Adrian O. says:

Batman: The Animated Series with Mark Hamill as the best Joker Voice ever!!!

RevJar says:

My favorite has to be the old Adam West/Burt Ward Batman. Cheesy, loved seeing them climb "up" the walls,NAND who didn't love the Batcave?

Wes Kroeker says:

Frank Miller's Year One is my personal favorite

JK says:

Without a doubt, Batman Beyond, the Return of the Joker. Amazing story, and really shed some light on the last battle between the Joker and the original Dark Knight. Kevin Conroy does the best Batman, hands down.

Tallon says:

"a death in the family"

Jedimaster9973 says:

My favorite was the dark knight story it put more back story on the joker than any of the others. Also, is this a slightly free roam or more like infinity blade either way I'm excited and hope I might be lucky enough to win this or infinity blade II. When are the winners chosen and how are you notified, by email?

Shawn Morton says:

Still to this day, I think that the "Batman: A Death in the Family" comic book series was the best written and most impactful storylines I've ever read in any comic. You get to watch as the Joker actually tortures and kills Robin while Batman is unable to stop everything. Very dark but great literature!

Nycbgall021 says:

The old Adam West series were great!

Nycbgall021 says:

I love the wacky Adam West ones!

Mountaineerfan says:

I have to say that it may be the first Burton "Batman" movie. That sparked life into the superhero movie franchise, and was a cracking good time! I remember seeing it in the theater, had all the cards, and soundtracks, and who can forget "Batdance?" Perfect late 80's cheese with some bat angst!

Chris3886 says:

The Batman with Michael Keaton was the best one. Classic because it had Jack Nicholson as the Joker. First Batman movie I ever saw.

Russell Newman says:

Christopher Nolan's interpretation of Gotham really appeals to me, and when you add in Heath Ledger's portrayal of The Joker... The Dark Knight for me.
I still really enjoy the 1966 Batman movie - Shark Repellent Bat Spray and all of the villains working together!

Eric Kramer says:

Frank Miller!!! Dark Knight Returns is my personal fav!

Harrellm82 says:

The Dark Knight movie was the best...

Darky says:

My favorite story is from Christopher Nolan's movies. I love Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.
But story from Arkham Asylum and Arkham City is great too.
Both aforementioned movies are on my top movies list and that's exactly the same with Arkham games and my top games list.
So the decision is difficult for me. :)
But Nolan's Batman is so realistic and dark,
I am really looking forward to Dark Knight Rises movie.

Eagles1208 says:

Dark Knight was the best thus far.

Kenneth Yu says:

I love a good number of Batman stories, but my current favorite is Morrison's huge Batman epic, starting with Batman and Son, and ending just as Batman Inc. begins. It didn't read so well issue-to-issue, but when taken all together, it's this HUGE, sprawling epic about who Batman is, what he means to the world (and to the very idea of heroism), and who he CAN be. It has everything you need as a Batman fan: street-level crime, crazy alien invasions, multiple cases of mind-screwing, and Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne stepping up to the plate.

Javier Cuesta says:

I loved batman with Nicholson as Joker. That was fun :)

Christopher Evans says:

I say the "Almost Got 'Em" episode from Batmas: TAS. See first comment for for descirption. I also REALLY enjoy the Batman Beyond movie Return of the Joker. It is dark, action packed, and exciting. As usual Mark Hamil knocks it out of the park as Joker and the flashback stuff of Robin's (Tim Drake) last mission is some great stuff.
NOTE: Also a fan of the Trial episode referred to in the first comment.

Inhyuk Lim says:

For me the favorite one is the graphic novel "Batman: The Killing Joke" by Alan Moore since it mostly created Barbara Gordon's alter-ego Oracle. It influenced not only two major cinematic breakthroughs by Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan, but also various spin-offs like the Animated Series and Arkham City, the game itself.

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Liontor says:

Batman Returns. It reminds me my childhood.

Devyn Mapes says:

Personally? I love A Killing Joke the most out of any Batman story (A Death in The Family is a close second). It shows a lot about the Joker's supposed past (for its time at least--it had the first origin story ever published for the Joker) and the crippling of Barbara Gordon which almost brought Commissioner Gordon to his knees. It was epic.

mrmxyzptlk says:

My favorite Batman story is the graphic novel series Knightfall. It's an awesome story of Batman actually loosing to the best villain ever--Bane--training a replacement, Jean-Paul Valley, who goes crazy, and has to beat both of them to take the mantel of the bat back.
The image of Bane breaking Batman's spine over his knee is still burned into my brain...

StunninW says:

Big fan of the first Batman movie with Michael Keaton but favorite story has to be Arkham Asylum the video game

deliriousjayhawk says:

The best by far has been the first Batman movie by Tim Burton. Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson were the best!

Roustermiller says:

If it had to be any batman movie I will go with the first one. it was hands down the best of them all. And for cartoon it would have to be the red hood. Cause when robin came back to kill the joker it was priceless

StunninW says:

Dark Knight was amazing!!

Matt309 says:

Dark Knight is my favorite. Though as a fan of Tim Burton, I have to like his as well. :-)

chrisb3 says:

My all time favorite Batman story has to be Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
Great contest! Hope I win!

Keith Lyons says:

the killing joke. without a doubt the best batman book. so dark.. but so freakin great.

StunninW says:

Dark Knight is amazing!!

designingsean says:

The Dark Knight (Movie), though I was a huge fan of the animated series back in the day.

Chad Flynt says:

I believe the Dark Knight series is the better portray of what Batman is about! Would so love to get my hands on this!

MaicolGO says:

There can only be one true Batman, Christian Bale, Nolan all the way

joosen says:

I grew up on the animated series

Ry L says:

I love ALL batman stories! If I had to pick, the recent movies are up top because of realism and style.

Statikaos says:

My favorite batman comic is bat man year one by frank miller

Langsalang says:

Obvious best batman so far is The Dark Knight! :)
please let me win. :D

Yungrus says:

My favorite batman story is the one with Chris Nolen and joker and two face

Freiteez says:

Batman Begins was my favorite. Being a fan of the comics it was amazing to finally see batman being SERIOUS on the screen.

Kokopelli11 says:

Batman knight fall comic series is by far one of the best batman storylines.. Azreal batman is awesome!!!!

Kokopelli11 says:

Batman knight fall is the best storyline in my opinion.. With Bruce Wayne being taken out of commission by bane and having to let someone else wear the cape is awesome!! The knight fall batman costume is awesome and doesn't get enough attention

walker023 says:

While I enjoyed the original Tim Burton, Batman Begins became my new favorite, topped only by The Dark Knight. This game looks really cool.

ChiDan says:

The Dark Knight. No better portrayal of the Joker. Ever.

YoSoyJu says:

It's got to be a toss up between the Killing Joke by Alan Moore and the Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller.

nijoma81 says:

My favorite had to be "Hush", if was a great story and the art was top notch!

jtnave says:

Mine was Batman: Knightfall. Just read it again last week! It was cool seeing Bane pick his time to take out Wayne and then come back to avenge...

slippieslik says:

Definitely Dark Knight...Joker is more cynical and the toys are so much better!

Mrbig46 says:

This app will be a plus to the app store. I look forward to giving it a go!

Joelg096 says:

My favorite batman series so far has to be the dark knight and then it's batman the animated series

Joelg096 says:

My favorite batman series so far has to be the dark knight and then it's batman the animated series

xxDruMMer BoYxx says:

"Over the Edge" from The New Batman Adventures... Awsome!!...if you havent seen goodness..

Patrick Everett says:

The Batman Begins movie reinvigorated the franchise of one of the most popular and beloved superheroes. Although I enjoyed the Batman series starring Adam West and Burt Ward as well as Batman (1989) starring Michael Keaton, Batman Begins surpassed my expectations.
From the (almost) believable storyline to the realistic character development to the practical use of advanced technology Batman Begins brings an uncharacteristic approach to superhero movies.

Scaredkow says:

I loved the worlds finest graphic novels

Greg Schwartz says:

The Killing Joke (and the Death in the Family storyline) was great... and I still re-read Frank Miller's The Dark Knight every once in a while...

dmt316 says:

Batman is the best super hero and my fav!! Loved the michael keaton batman, was not the same with clooney. bale is doing a great job at playing the role too

KC says:

Batman: Year One I think is my favorite. That raw, starting-out Batman storytelling is what I dig.
Thanks for the game!

Rick Morayniss says:

Without a doubt, Adam West is the one and only Batman. With the vast array of super villians ( who can forget Roddy Mcdowell as the bookwarm), as well as all in ingenius traps made to kill the caped Crusader. It made batman fun, and you always tried to figure out how he and Robin would escape. Not to mention "Same bat time, same bat chanel" is still in the lexicon of the english language.

Darth Rich says:

Aside from The Dark Knight I have been always partial to the Marvel/DC cross over Dark Claw. Interesting blend and some great visuals with the the Joker/Sabertooth villain.

ethanwc says:

Killing Joke is one of my favourite Batman/Joker stories. Alan Moore is stellar.

kschucks says:

The Dark Knight was by far the best Batman big screen movie thanks to the late Heath Ledger. Rest in peace Heath.

kschucks says:

The Dark Knight was by far the best Batman big screen movie thanks to the late Heath Ledger. Rest in peace Heath.

G. Trent Cruz says:

I think my favorite is the year long HUSH storyline by Geoff Loeb with the art of Jim Lee. Totally redefined Batman for the new century. I mean, until they relaunched him in New 52 that is.

Trevor Hirst says:

i loved the batman animated series, but thought that justice league was the absolute best, balls-out version of him. plus, whenever i read a batman comic, i picture kevin conroy's voice.

Kinnamax says:

The Long Halloween. Fantastic whodunnit.

Praneet_kataria says:

The Dark Knight. Hands down!! Amazing movie. I still get goose bumps watching it.

Metroid says:

Dark knight was definitely the best Batman story for me.
I've seen all movies but dark knight is by far the best!

EnTeaOh says:

The Dark Knight Returns, for the win. Really hoping Dark Knight Rises draws from it. Wanna see a Cynical veteran of a batman building an army before the credits roll.

Gvndeb60 says:

Sorry, Dark Knight was my favorite......

Bondman says:

I'd say the Arkham Asylum graphic novel (Morrison/McKean). It certainly was a different view of Batman. McKean painted some memorable imagery of a tortured protagonist. Crazy book!
Thanks, TiPb, for the giveaway! :)

Hellpop says:

"The Killing Joke" by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. Still one of the best shorts ever.

Daniel M says:

Dark Knight is the best movie, tho I was actually a really big fan of Batman the Animated Series.

patrickbballer says:

Dark night is the best. Christopher Nolan is amazing

ME says:

Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Discovered it with my son and it was a great bonding experience and intro into comics geekdom.

JJcas15 says:

Big fan of the Batman Animated series!!

Morac says:

Favorite animated version is Batman:TAS which basically leads into Justice League. Actually the Batman Beyond "Return of the Joker" (uncensored version) was pretty good too.
Favorite film would be Dark Knight.

bigdaddyshane says:

The dark knight is by far my favorite

Vash815 says:

My favorite Batman story came from the animated series. Bruce gets controlled by Braniac and Robin asks for Superman's help. Supes ends up donning the cape and cowl. Awesome ensues. Best episode. :)

crlyon says:

Batman (1966 TV Series with Adam West)
Season II Episode 13: An Egg Grows in Gotham
Robin: "Where'd you get a live fish, Batman?"
Batman: "The true crimefighter always carries everything he needs in his utility belt, Robin."
Robin: "Ghoti" is "fish"?
Batman: See here. English phonetics. GH becomes F, as in "tough" or "laugh". O becomes I as in "women". TI becomes SH as in "ration" or the word "nation".
Robin: Holy semantics, Batman. You never cease to amaze me!
Batman: No time for compliments, Robin. We must thwart some criminals. To the Batmobile!

Robt Seda-Schreiber says:

It's a tough call~
"Dark Knight Returns" are "Year One" beyond compare but for enjoyment alone I love "Snow" with the fantastic Seth Fisher on art.

MooPenguin32 says:

I enjoyed The Dark Knight movie the best. I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises next summer.

Sweetestbaboon says:

Batman vs. Lord Death Man FTW!

Roberthiatt says:

I loved the first few Tim Burton movies and love the Chris Nolan installments showing that Batman could be a flesh and blood person.

tyler_zyco says:

I loved the animated series as a kid but I love where the Batman franchise has gone these days! So much darker and epic!

Wasse92 says:

For me the best batman story was made by Christopher Nolan he did an amazing job directing it and I'm really looking forward to the dark night rises its going to be amazing

Jevon Cooper says:

defiantly was when bane whipped him and he had to come back stronger after all the trials and tribulations.

efar76 says:

As much of a fan as I am of the recent movie series, the Arkham video games and some of the animated series, I always go back to the Frank Miller "Dark Knight Returns" (with the old Batman). Simply awesome.
Ok, now pick me!!!

Bardock_77 says:

I am extremely desperate 4 that game I am an obsessed person when it comes to batman
Pick me

Ty Whiting says:

Frank Miller's Batman: Year 1 is my fave! The best spin on Batman's origin and Gordon before he became the commish. The Nolan movies have borrowed many aspects from Miller's series & look how well that's turned out!

Skywalker14 says:

The best batman story is the Christopher Nolan trilogy. Hope I win I really want the batman arkham city lockdown game it looks way better than half of the games on the AppStore. Really love the website and all of the contests. Please let me win.

Landress16 says:

The best batman story is the Christopher Nolan trilogy. I hop is win the batman arkham city lockdown app as it looks like is is way better than all the games in the AppStore. I really love the website and the contests keep it up.please let me win.

Anton Frost says:

The Batman "DARK KNIGHT" graphic Novel by Frank Miller, is the Batman story that Sticks in my mind because that is the story that brought us the real Batman. A dark, haunted, conflicted hero who does not use Superman's "boyscout approach". And this batman wasn't a young Batman. He's an older, grittier much more serious warrior than that was displayed in the campy TV series and the last two Batman movies from the late 80's and 90's. In fact, we can thank Frank Miller's "Dark Knight" for the Batman reboot that we got with Christian Bale. Next summer, The Dark Knight Rises.

Ben Cruz says:

My favorite Batman story is the old Adam West movie with the shark attack and sacrificial dolphin!

Clashingskulls says:

As a Batman fanatic and a comic book company employee, I would have to say my favorite Batman story as of now is Batman RIP....Hear me out....I know a lot of folks weren't too keen on the story, but that's usually because they didn't get it. I loved how the story was a war in his head. It actually got into Batman of Zur-en-arrh mode. Bruce stood no chance yet still prevailed.
In second place, is Battle for the Cowl. A Gotham with no Batman. Dick Grayson steps to the plate. But not before Jason Todd. Epic story.
And finally when it comes to the films. Live action: Goes to Michael Keaton in the first Batman film by Tim Burton.

Muchopassion says:

Knightfall(which is basically the dark night rises according to most rumors) lol

Random Guy says:

Classic batman with the gonvernator as Iceman. Nolan's Dark Knight is a close second.

Makmalreza says:

I like the Christopher Nolan movies of bat man , they are so cool and modern , and it shows how bat man keeps getting better and better!

Joseph Dormido says:

Traditional print would have to be the Killing Joke, but I'm mostly partial to TAS. Mask of the Phantasm was THE Batman the definitive Batman film before the Nolan films came along.

Basil Mahmud says:

I loved the Batman series from Fox Kids network in the 90s, those had the best Animations and story, and wayyy better than the early 90s batman stuff

Ashish Asawa says:

For me the fav is dark knight, and i also like batman role in justice league series, where being a human alone among other super power hero, still he manages to shine more than others :D

Dkurohige says:

While I not the greatest story line arkham asylum give me the batman experience I had been waiting for. Due to this I have to say it's my favorite.

SLindqvist says:

My favorite is one of the later movies Batman Begins

Wngs02 says:

My favorite is "Dark Knight"

fnord0 says:

My all-time favorite is the Dark Knight graphic novel, by Frank Miller.

Dr. Atrocious says:

Favorite Batman story (that's not really considered canon): The Dark Knight Returns. I enjoyed the older, more vicious (and slightly crazy) take on The Dark Knight.

TheKirn says:

I really like batman begins and all the elements it borrowed. That being said, I also love all the elements the Arkham games have borrowed to make a unique story of its own

D Bell says:

Dark Knight. Heath Ledger's really did a great job as the joker.

Kelly Guimont says:

I'll go with The Dark Knight Strikes Again. By Frank Miller and Lynn Varley, who also did 300. Dark and warped and beautiful and interesting.

karkelkay says:

Not a huge batman fan but I really loved Batman: Arkham asylum.

Richard W says:

This game looks awesome! The Dark Knight was the best.

Josh Gun says:

it has to be the Dark Knight.

Apples Yagami says:

I enjoyed under the red hood

kirbini says:

My favorite was when Adam West and Burt Ward jumped over a shark on their motorcycles.
Oh, wait...

Shahrez says:

The Dark Knight Returns

Tyler Evan White says:

Although it's not a Batman-centric storyline, I really enjoyed Batman in Kingdom Come. Such an interesting spin on who Bruce Wayne could be. says:

Favorite batman story is the dark knight movie. Too great of a movie not for it too be your favorite

Ben says:

Nanananananana batman!!!! YEAH!!!

Kenny Jowers says:

Knightfall.............Batman being human, overcome with adversity and then proven to be a human being afterall is one of the most powerful and emotional stories of all time. No alien saved him with their magical elf powers or anything! He lost! Then, like the rest of us, he picked himself up with help from his friends and made himself whole again when the story arc concluded. And he did that as BRUCE WAYNE, not Batman. Powerful stuff............

Hatkid16 says:

I'm commenting just in case you guys decide to give away to Canadians too :) Anyways, I really love the Joker, and Heath Ledger definitely did an AMAZING job at acting there's no doubt that I love The Dark Knight film the most.

John Bowersox says:

By far Batman the animated series. I get to watch them with my son now.

Pnut says:

I loved the Hush storyline.

Jfmorenom says:

everybody likes different versions, mine is the Christopher Nolan movie versions.

fraire says:

The best Batman is Christopher Nolan The Dark Night!

harshkey says:

The best movie so far is Batman: the Dark Knight...

Sign Dude says:

I love the Nolan series...The Dark Knight is my favorite!!!!!! Would love to win!!

Robby C says:

I know everyone's gonna say Dark Knight ftw, duh, and while it was a fantastic film, I think I'd have to go with Batman: The Animated Series. It's what I grew up with and connect with most when I think about it. I came home every day from school to watch it, and it was amazing. I have Arkham City for my 360, and this would make a great addition to my collection! :)

Ninjabunnyz says:

WITHOUT A DOUBT Batman: The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan. This movie, IMHO, is absolutely phenomenal. I LOVED Heath Ledger and he did an amazing job as the Joker. The Joker felt so real and it was just amazing acting I watch again and again.

Tony says:

Is batman work on iphone 3g

Tony says:

Is batman work on iphone 3g or not

Austin says:

Adam west cuz hez in family guy and he's funny

kyle hodges says:

The dark knight is best movie Heath ledger amazing