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DC All Access - Bruce Wayne Returns to Batman

Jim Gordon is Batman, but now that we know Bruce Wayne isn't dead, when will we see him return to the cowl? You've been wondering it, so in this exclusive DC All Access clip, we got Batman writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo to discuss whether Bruce Wayne has a future as Batman or if he's hung up the cape for good. 

For more from Capullo and Snyder on Batman and Mr. Bloom: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/08/11/batmans-terrifying-new-villain-snyder-and-capullo-introduce-mr-bloom

To read Batman #43 digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Batman-2011-43/digital-comic/1055500435001

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DC All Access - Bonus Clip - Is Batman Eternal the End of Batman?

The Dark Knight has faced many challenges throughout his storied history. But weekly deadlines? That's something new. In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Batman Eternal writer James Tynion IV discusses what goes into creating a weekly Batman comic book, and where the epic story may be going from here.

Are you new to Batman Eternal? Get up to speed on the first ten issues: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-all-access-bonus-clip-cover-to-cover-batman-eternal-1-10

Visit DCComics.com or subscribe to DC Comics on Youtube to catch new full episodes of "DC All Access" every Tuesday. If you haven't yet seen this week's episode, you can check it out here: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-all-access-ep-218-suicide-squads-new-mission-arrows-stephen-amell-cast

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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