This particular branch of the WB Games family will be led by company Martin Tremblay, and will reportedly focus on crafting games based on DC Comics properties--a brand that includes Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Justice League, and so on. nope
Batman: Arkham Asylum, one of the most recent comic games out of Warner Bros, was both a commercial and critical success. Since its August 2009 release, Warner has announced a sequel and purchased Rocksteady, the developer behind Arkham.
Other studios under the Warner Bros Interactive umbrella include three facilities in Seattle--Monolith Productions (F.E.A.R. 2), Snowblind Studios (Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, Lord of the Rings: War in the North) and Surreal Software (The Suffering, This Is Vegas)--along with TT Games (LEGO Batman, LEGO Harry Potter) and WB Games Chicago (Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, formerly Midway Chicago).