UPDATE: The competition is now closed and the winners have been selected. We'll be letting them know by Twitter DM. Thanks to everyone who entered.
Thought the excitement around Batman: Arkham Asylum had died down? Hell no. Rocksteady's caped crusader masterpiece is one hell of a big deal that should be played by everybody (check out our Super Review if you don't already know why it's a very real contender for game of the year), so if you haven't already sampled its many, many dark delights we're going to try to help you do exactly that.
Above: One of the best games of the year with a big load of sexy extra stuff? You know you want it.
Our friends and cohorts at Eidos have furnished us with three Batman: Arkham Asylum collector's editions, each comprising the game, a behind-the-scenes DVD, a 48-page Arkham doctor's journal, and best of all, a 14-inch-freakin-batarang. They've also given us three copies of Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's legendarily dark and nightmarish 1989 Arkham Asylum graphic novel (one of Dave H's favourites, and boy does he love his Batman), courtesy of the lovely literary folk at publisher Titan Books. And they want us to give them all away to you lot. So we're going to.
Above: If you love Batman or just comics in general, Arkham Asylum is mandatory reading. Radar says so, because it is true.
We have three game/book combos to give away, two coming with a PS3 copy of the game and one with the 360 version, and if you'd like a chance to win one, you must answer us the following question:
GamesRadar's console Super Review of Batman: Arkham Asylum is obviously a stunning piece of journalistic art, but what, pray tell, is the 58th word of the third paragraph on page 3?
Answers must be sent to us via a DM to GamesRadar's Twitter account, and the competition closing date is the 2nd of October 2009 at 12PM GMT. All of our usual competition rules apply (so check them out here), and by entering you confirm that you have read and accept them and are over 18 years of age. The three winners will be contacted shortly after the closing date.