DC All Access - Ep 9 - Arrow's Grant Gustin, Justice League 3000 and ComicBookGirl19

Who needs Kris Kringle when you have Blair and Tiffany? In this week's all-new episode of "DC All Access," our two hosts give away a specially assembled DC Holiday Bundle. But first, they somehow manage to catch up with the Flash himself, Arrow's Grant Gustin, to talk about his new role on the show as Barry Allen. Also, Simon Oliver and Mark Doyle discuss FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, artist Howard Porter talks Justice League 3000 and ComicBookGirl19 reviews three of this week's most highly anticipated new comics!

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DC All Access: DC Comics News in a Flash

Unless you’ve managed to tap into the Speed Force, the only way to get caught up with Arrow’s new Flash is with this week’s “DC All Access”! In today’s all-new episode, Blair and Tiffany sit down with Grant Gustin, the actor behind the show’s Barry Allen. Also, Simon Oliver and Mark Doyle drop by to discuss FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Howard Porter discusses DC’s newest comic series, Justice League 3000, and YouTube sensation ComicBookGirl19 reviews three of this week’s highly anticipated comics.

DC All Access - Episode 9 Preview

Tomorrow means two things: There are only 14 more shopping days until Christmas and we'll be treated to another exciting installment of "DC All Access"! Check out the preview of our latest episode, and be sure to join us tomorrow, 12/10 for the full episode.

Click on the thumbnails below for previous "DC All Access" episodes and bonus clips!

DC on TV: The Comics Behind the Shows

If you caught Blair Herter’s conversation with Geoff Johns in this morning’s new episode of “DC All Access” (or if you’ve been following the entertainment news over the past few months), you know that DC Entertainment currently has five television shows in development. While some of them are based on well-known DC characters, a few focus on characters that are a bit more obscure. However, they all have their roots in serialized comics.

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