What better way to celebrate "Batman Day" than to give fans of the Dark Knight a bunch of freebies? It's not comic books or expensive action figures, though, but it's still worth grabbing considering that you won't have to pay for it.

Starting today until September 26, Epic will be handing out six "Batman" gaming titles for free. You heard it right, folks: six of the best "Batman" games, all for free. All you have to do is create an account with Epic, install the Games Store launcher and get ready to play as the Caped Crusader.

Included in the list of free Batman games is the entire lot of "Lego Batman:" "Lego Batman: The Videogame", "Lego Batman: DC Superheroes" and "Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham." These games offer simple missions and are more aligned for kids because they are, well, animated using lego. Kids at heart can still play, though.

Arkham Knight: Batman/Catwoman Batman and Catwoman take on the Riddler's robots in "Batman: Arkham Knight." Photo: BatmanArkhamKnight.com/Screenshot

The other three are more on the more serious and gloomy end of the Bat spectrum. Epic also made it possible for players to get the whole "Batman Arkham" franchise. This means that they can enjoy "Batman: Arkham Asylum," "Batman: Arkham City" and "Batman: Arkham Knight" all over again, or in the case of newbies, for the first time.

The "Batman Arkham Collection" is more on the violent side, so it's more of a mature game rather than giving the controls to a youngster. The trio comes with an awesome storyline and a number of famous villains because there's no point in creating a "Batman" game without The Joker or The Riddler. There's a good mix of hand-to-hand combat, intrigue, detective mode and stealth that will most certainly burn hours on anyone's gaming time.

And yes, even a couple of gaming websites who reported on the news are even considering "Batman: Arkham Knight" as a must-have. The title didn't actually lived up to the hype, and it even came to the point that it had to be pulled out “for additional porting work.” Nonetheless, all are working fine now.

Lego Batman PS Vita "Lego Batman" is played on the PlayStation Vita. Photo: Official PlayStation Website

It's not the best news to anticipate "Batman Day", or any day for that matter, but it's good news, especially to the fans of the Bat. Not only is it free, they can relive every game from Ground Zero and work their way to the final boss whenever they see it fit.

As for the fifth installment of "Batman Day", it promises to be the biggest one yet. It will be the hero's 80th anniversary, and DC is going all out with the celebration. They plan to shine “real-life Bat Signals” in the sky of major cities including Paris, Tokyo, Berlin and Gotham's real-world counterpart, New York City.