Tiffany and Jason are back in New York, but don't worry, they've packed plenty of DC Comics news and announcements for the trip. This week, we dive into the trailer for CBS's upcoming Supergirl TV series starring Melissa Benoist right after we take a look at some of this week's exciting new comic releases (Mad Max!). Plus, we share a few of the great "DC You" collectibles that will available in comic shops this June, as well as getting an early look at the next wave of Batman: Arkham Knight action figures. Finally, we wrap up by revealing which of our Convention Correspondent Search finalists will be moving forward before giving all of you a chance to win an Arrow Season 2 Blu-Ray Combo Pack!
Mad Max: Fury Road, the "stuntacular" new installment of the post-apocalyptic Mad Max series, is in theaters today, which got us wondering about similarly dystopian DC and Vertigo comics. In this DC All Access clip, Tiffany and Jason count down the Top 10 Post-Apocalyptic DC and Vertigo comics. Did your favorite future shock nightmare make the cut?
So who's going to be spending some time in Arkham this June? We're about to find out as DC All Access lists off all of the Batman: Arkham Knight characters revealed so far. From Oracle and Nightwing to Poison Ivy and Two-Face...it's going to be quite a party!
Here's a riddle for you? How do you go about reinventing one of the most beloved super heroes in the world? In this exclusive DC All Access clip, we talk to Batman: Earth One writer Geoff Johns about his critically acclaimed new take on the Dark Knight, just in time for the release of Batman: Earth One Vol. 2. So why did he choose the Riddler as Batman's latest nemesis? And will there be a Vol. 3? Watch and find out!
Tiffany and Jason are back with an all new episode of DC All Access, and it's a strange one...as in Strange Sports Stories! Yes, Jason talks with the one and only CM Punk about his story in this week's issue of Vertigo's Strange Sports Stories and how the former wrestler got into comics in the first place. After that, it's time to finally reveal our finalists in our Convention Correspondent Search. Did you make the cut? Watch and find out, and then be sure to visit Machinima ETC tomorrow to learn what challenge our finalists will have to tackle first.
Oliver Queen takes on the League of Assassins, but where does Malcolm Merlyn fit in? In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Tiffany discusses the epic Arrow season finale with Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity, as well as this week's new episodes of The Flash and iZombie.
Justice League #40 explodes into stores today, setting up this summer's eagerly awaited "Darkseid War." In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Tiffany talks with Justice League writer Geoff Johns and artist Jason Fabok about the return of Darkseid and what changes it will bring to the Justice League lineup. Also, we discuss Free Comic Book Day and look at some of our recent Convention Correspondent Search entries!
Catwoman celebrates her 75th anniversary this year, so we suggest stealing a few moments to watch us list off our DC All Access Top 6 Killer Catwoman Moments. Forget what they say about curiosity and cats because we know you're wondering which ones made the cut...
In the 1980s, Marv Wolfman and George Perez teamed Robin, Wonder Girl, Beast Boy and Kid Flash up with new characters Starfire, Cyborg and Raven to form the New Teen Titans. Today, that legendary team returns to comic shelves in Convergence: New Teen Titans #1, written by Wolfman and drawn by Nicola Scott. In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Tiffany talks to the book's legendary writer, who lets us know what's in store for the Titans as they make their grand return.
Batman! Superman! Tiffany! Jason! Last night a special Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer unspooled on IMAX screens nationwide and DC All Access was there to talk to the fans. We get their reaction on seeing this legendary confrontation brought to the big screen before heading back to the DC Comics office for an exclusive chat with MAD Magazine guest editor Weird Al Yankovic and a look at some of this week’s convention correspondent entries.