Warner registers a slew of new Arkham related domain names

Posted on January 12, 2013 - 10:40pm by Ryan Conway

Fusible is reporting that Warner Bros. has recently filed 15 Arkham related domain names, which seem to point to one thing or possibly one of two other things. 

Right off the bat (yes, the pun is intended), you’d think this clearly indicates a third entry in Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham franchise. However, there have been rumors floating around that Warner wants to capitalize on the success of the Arkham brand and make a live action film based around the games. So it could indicate either a new game or even a new theatrical movie. 
Then again, Warner animation loves to release straight-to-DVD animated movies based DC super heroes (Batman and Superman especially), so maybe it’s a new animated adventure? Given Bruce Timm’s involvement in the Arkham series, that possibility wouldn’t surprise me either.
Anyway, here’s the full list of domain names:  
  • arkhamuniverse.com (Arkham Universe)
  • batmanarkahmuniverse.com (Batman Arkham Universe)
  • batmanarkhamarises.com (Batman Arkham Arises)
  • batmanarkhambegins.com (Batman Arkham Begins)
  • batmanarkhamdarkknight.com (Batman Arkham Dark Knight)
  • batmanarkhamknight.com (Batman Arkham Knight)
  • batmanarkhamlegend.com (Batman Arkham Legend)
  • batmanarkhamlegends.com (Batman Arkham Legends)
  • batmanarkhamnight.com (Batman Arkham Night)
  • batmanarkhamorigins.com (Batman Arkham Origins)
  • batmanarkhamstories.com (Batman Arkham Stories)
  • darkknightarkham.com (Dark Knight Arkham)
  • dcarkhamuniverse.com (DC Arkham Universe)
  • dcarkhamverse.com (DC Arkhamverse)
  • thearkhamuniverse.com (The Arkham Universe)
What? No Batman: Arkham World? I am disappoint. 
Which of the possibilities are you hoping for g1s? Would you like to return to the dark world of Arkham in game form? Or would you rather see how well a film or animation studio can adapt it? Personally, I think Batman fans win regardless of the outcome, so I stoked no matter what it is!  

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