Batman: Arkham Origins TV spot trailer shows young Bruce Wayne

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on October 18, 2013 at 12:23 pm

There are probably about three people on Earth who don’t know about Batman’s origin story, but just in case those three people are watching, Warner Bros. have released a new CGI trailer giving you a glimpse at how it will be re-told.

Arkham Origins is out next Friday 25th, a week from now. Take a look below.

7 comments (Leave your own)
Nasty Wet Smear

Bat… Man?

 
 
Nasty Wet Smear

Ohhhh. BATman! Thank, dude.
So his origin story is, what, radioactive bat?

 

nastywetsmear:
Ohhhh. BATman! Thank, dude.So his origin story is, what, radioactive bat?

Nah man, kidnapped by terrorists of ambiguous nationality and given a heart transplant… from a… bat.

Rich, got a man servant, character flaws, big house with a workshop/lair underneath.

 

I prefer the Manbat franchise where Wayne Bruce is genetically half-man and half-bat.

 

snazz:
I prefer the Manbat franchise where Wayne Bruce is genetically half-man and half-bat.

 

He looks like the kid version of Archer.

 
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