If you happen to be a fan of Batman: Arkham Knight and have a pre-order in for the upcoming Hot Toys version of Bruce Wayne’s world of fisticuffs and high tech armour then here’s some good news for you: Hot Toys has an Arkham Knight to go with your sophisticated Dark Knight.
The Flash will soon meet up with Jay Garrick as the two pursue Eobard Thawne and his memories of the universe before the Flashpoint Paradox occurred, as well as a certain darker knight. That’d be Thomas Wayne, who donned the cape and cowl of the Batman when the Flashpoint universe saw Bruce Wayne die that night in Crime Alley, a death that split the Waynes apart and fractured both of their minds. Two Batmen, who have a mystery to solve in the wake of DC Rebirth.
Andromeda is the first in the galaxy-chasing series for five years, and brings fans new stories and characters. But will it live up to expectations? is the first new Mass Effect game in five years and the first on the current generation of consoles. Set in the same universe as the original trilogy but in a different galaxy and 600 years later, Andromeda tells a new story with new characters in a new setting. This was BioWare’s opportunity to change the formula, no doubt with substantial anxiety over how fans would react. Here are some of the key ways Andromeda has changed the Mass Effect universe, based on the first few hours of the game. Mild spoilers for the opening two missions lie ahead.
"there are some gaps in that memory" Alfred told Bruce Wayne