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Arkham - Other Appearances - Music
... Axis have a song entitled Radiant Arkham ... Avant-garde rock artist Bob Drake's song, "Kaziah's Pet," is set in Arkham ... Peni not only makes a reference to Arkham in their song "Arkham Hearse", but also numerous other H ...
Characters Of Devil May Cry - Antagonists - Arkham
... Arkham is one of the primary antagonists of Devil May Cry 3 ... Arkham is a scholar with supernatural abilities and knowledge about the demon world's folklore ... In most of Arkham's scenes he is holding a book, even in combat ...
Sixty Years Of Arkham House
... Sixty Years of Arkham House is a bibliography of books published from 1939 to 1999 under the imprints of Arkham House, Mycroft Moran and Stanton Lee ... It was released in 1999 by Arkham House in an edition of approximately 3,500 copies ... The book updates Thirty Years of Arkham House, 1939-1969 A History and Bibliography adding extensive biographical and bibliographical notes ...
Arkham Horror
... Arkham Horror is an adventure board game designed by Richard Launius, originally published in 1987 by Chaosium and most recently published in 2005 and revised in 2007 by Fantasy ... Lovecraft's Massachusetts town of Arkham ... The investigators must avoid or fight alien creatures that enter Arkham through the gates, enter the gates themselves, survive the alien places beyond, return to Arkham, and close the gates ...
Batsuit - Origin and Development - Cape
... For example, in the Batman The Animated Series episode "Robin's Reckoning", Batman fell through a floor heavily compromised by machine-gun fire and landed badly, hurting his leg ... In the video games Batman Arkham Asylum and its sequel Batman Arkham City the batsuit is damaged many times over the course of the game, the cape being torn and ripped severely, although it appears to ... This feature of Batman's cape, however, is not present in Batman Arkham City ...

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