Brawl, sneak, and sleuth in the Dark Knight’s mobile adventures.
Heroes don’t get more complex than Batman, the pointy-eared vigilante who has captivated us since his 1939 comic book debut. Brilliant detective, martial arts expert, carefree billionaire—he wears countless faces, and you can enjoy them all in these electrifying games and apps.
The Caped Crusader’s mastery of hand-to-hand combat is a lifesaver in Injustice 2. Go toe to toe with DC’s mightiest heroes and villains as various incarnations of Bruce Wayne’s alter ego, from armored ninja to the Joker-ized (and deeply evil) Batman Who Laughs. Throw punches and stun bombs, then summon the Batwing for a devastating finishing move.
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DC Legends’ massive roster of more than 180 playable characters makes this squad-based RPG a gold mine for fans of the Batman universe. Fill your four-person super-team with multiple Batmen—including Jace Fox and Batman Beyond versions—or swap in friends like Red Hood, Huntress, and Batgirl. You can even unleash an all-villain squad. Joker, Catwoman, Bane, and Mr. Freeze to the rescue!
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Battle Batman, Flash, & Joker!
World’s greatest detective
Leverage your ace deductive skills to crack cases in Batman: The Telltale Series. One moment you’re interrogating a criminal as Batman; the next, you’re navigating tense conversations as Bruce Wayne. A far-reaching mystery involving underworld forces and family secrets spills over into Batman: The Enemy Within; both games challenge you to make tough decisions that change how the story unfolds.
The Dark Knight lives up to his nickname in the acclaimed MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) Arena of Valor. As one of dozens of playable champions, Batman is most effective when he uses invisibility to surprise weakened foes. For added intimidation, he also moves 20 percent faster when approaching an enemy hero.
Arena of Valor
Comic book legend
With more than 25,000 comics and graphic novels, DC Universe Infinite has enough illustrated adventures to keep Bat-fans busy for years. Read Batman’s very first appearance in Detective Comics #27 (1939), or savor acclaimed arcs from more recent decades, including “Year One,” “The Long Halloween,” and “The Court of Owls.”
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For an equally fabulous collection of Batman movies and TV shows, head to HBO Max. You’ll find your favorite live-action films (Batman Returns! Zack Snyder’s Justice League!), plus awesome animated fare like The Lego Batman Movie, Batman: Under the Red Hood, and Batman: The Animated Series. Holy treasure trove!
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