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Edited by Schroeder
Art by D.J. "Metaly" Ross
LORE - Batman: Arkham City Lore in a Minute!
Left in ruins by Batman's final showdown with a Titan-enhanced Joker, Arkham Asylum is deemed no longer capable of housing the criminals of Gotham City by its newly appointed mayor and ex-warden of Arkham Asylum, Quincy Sharp. The brother-sister crime duo known as T&T, also jacked on Titan, make an attack on City Hall, and when they're thwarted by good 'ol Batman, they resort to blowing themselves up. Titan is a nasty drug.
With Gotham City hall demolished and the populace in panic, Quincy Sharp takes this opportunity to declare martial law and reveal his plans for 'Arkham City.' Sharp plans to wall off half of the city to house criminals in an open-air detention facility, which effectively makes half of Gotham a playground for Batman's enemies.
Mayor Quincy Sharp - wicked mastermind, you ask? Not so, as he's merely a puppet for an evil psychiatrist.
Enter Hugo Strange - Arkham Asylum's resident psychiatrist and sinister architect of the Arkham City Project. His deranged obsession with Batman has led him to believe Bruce Wayne and the Bat are one and the same. Strange, having set the stage for chaos, wields absolute power in politics and crime alike and now sets his sights on the Batman.
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Tumblr: http://bit.ly/13HgrW4 Lore (aka Lore in a minute) is a leading video game industry animated cartoon video series that provides backstory to your favorite video games. Lore is connected to Polaris and The Game Station. Both Lore in a minute and Fast Facts formats help explain the history of video game development while often tying it to video game console inventions and video game industry evolving technology. Lore brings all this together in the context of your favorite video games. Using entertaining animation and cartoons Lore makes learning about your favorite games and video game culture super fun! Be sure to check out many of Lore’s most popular video game videos to learn more about the backstory and history of your favorite aspects of the gaming industry, game titles, inventions, and gaming consoles.