Five years from now, are the Dark Knight and Man of Steel still friends? Well... In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Blair talks to Batman/Superman: Futures End writer Greg Pak to see what he can find out.
Look, up in the sky! It's the return of DC All Access! In today's all new episode, Tiffany discusses some of the recent DC Entertainment news, including the first image of Zack Snyder's Batmobile, the Batman: Arkham Knight release date and Dwayne Johnson's malevolent new role in the Shazam movie. After that, we turn the camera over to Gotham's Camren Bicondova (Selina Kyle) for a special greeting before wrapping things up with an exclusive discussion between Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee about the future of Superman, Green Arrow and the rest of your favorite DC Comics characters.
It's a story twelve years in the making. In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Blair talks to Fairest writer (and Fables artist) Mark Buckingham about the Fairest finale, and how it has its roots in Buckingham's very first Fables story.
New full-length episodes of DC All Access return on September 16, 2014!
DC All Access - Bonus Clip - Scott Snyder's Craziest Batman Story Yet
Zero Year has ended, but the excitement is just beginning in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's bestselling Batman. In this new DC All Access bonus clip, Snyder shares what's in store for the Dark Knight, including his craziest, most ambitious story yet!
In today's all new episode of DC All Access, we spend a day in Gotham, from morning...to midnight. First, Tiffany chats with Donal Logue (Harvey Bullock), Cory Michael Smith (Edward Nygma) and Executive Producers Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon about bringing a pre-Batman Gotham to life in FOX's eagerly anticipated new series. Then she talks to writer Ray Fawkes about his brand new, just announced New 52 horror series, Gotham by Midnight, before Blair hits the SDCC show floor with Jeff Lemire to learn what lies ahead in Justice League United.
Who's Batman's surprising new partner? What's the worst thing someone could do to the Dark Knight? In this new DC All Access bonus clip, Detective Comics co-writer Brian Buccellato answers both those questions and more as he teases what's in store for Batman in the months ahead.
Batman may have made his debut in 1939, but for many of us, the first Batman was Adam West, the legendary actor who played the Caped Crusader on the 1960s-era TV show. In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Blair talks with West about the show's upcoming Blu-Ray release and how it feels to be the Batman of his generation.