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Last Gang in Town: Where Will You be in 2018?

LAST GANG IN TOWN, the full throttle heist comedy with a soul that’s pure punk rock, screams its final, raucous tune this week with a last issue that launches our now aged gang into orbit as they infiltrate and try to take down a satellite built to maintain the world’s 1%.

The Sky Is Bigger in Texas

After months of anticipation, Preacher exploded onto screens last Sunday. The premiere episode of AMC's adaptation of the comic by writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon established a key difference from the source material with the final scene: Jesse Custer, a.k.a. Preacher, decided his purpose was to stay in Annville and save the souls of its citizens, of his flock. He doesn't know what happened to him or that he possesses the Word of God—he might suspect something is off, but he isn't fully aware. Not yet.

MAD MAX MONDAY

Mad Max: Fury Road won big at the Oscars last night, taking home six of the statues it was nominated for: Best Film Editing, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing. The wins are well deserved—Fury Road was a landmark in blockbuster storytelling, transporting us to a cutthroat world on the brink of collapse where danger reigns supreme. If you haven’t yet seen it, you should. It’s easily one of best action films of the decade and Vertigo has two incredible companion books that are must-haves for fans of the film.

Vertigo for the DC Fan: Mark Sexton Introduces the Mad Max: Fury Road Comic

Mad Max: Fury Road won big at the Oscars last night, taking home six of the statues it was nominated for: Best Film Editing, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing. The wins are well deserved—Fury Road was a landmark in blockbuster storytelling, transporting us to a cutthroat world on the brink of collapse where danger reigns supreme. If you haven’t yet seen it, you should. It’s easily one of best action films of the decade. But it’s not actually the whole story…

DC All Access - Ep 404 - John Barrowman on the Future of Malcolm Merlyn + Toy Fair Reveals

Everything’s better with a little Barrowman, including the latest DC All Access! In today’s all new episode, we talk to Arrow, Doctor Who and Torchwood actor John Barrowman about his new comic series, Arrow: The Dark Archer, get a glimpse at some of the collectibles unveiled this weekend at Toy Fair, and look at some of the must-read comics hitting the stands this Wednesday. Finally, because we Mad Love all of you, we give you a chance to score an amazing Harley Quinn and Joker prize package. Check it out!

Click here to enter this week's giveaway for a Joker and Harley Quinn prize package.

To read Arrow: The Dark Archer: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Arrow-The-Dark-Archer-2016/comics-series/66062

Get a closer look at DC Collectibles' 2016 Toy Fair reveals: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-collectibles-toy-fair-2016-reveals

For more info on Funko’s Legion of Collectors: https://legionofcollectors.com/

Tiffany’s tank top provided by Junk Food: http://www.junkfoodclothing.com/

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DC All Access - #DCTV - iZombie Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Set Visit

We’re Liv-ing it up today on DC All Access! In this exclusive #DCTV  clip, Tiffany visits the iZombie set and gets the goods on what’s ahead this season from stars Rose McIver, Rahul Kohli, David Anders, Malcolm Goodwin, Robert Buckley and Executive Producer Dan Etheridge. Are you a fan of the show? Then watching this clip is a no-brainer!
 
DC All Access is your connection to all of the latest DC Comics news and announcements. Subscribe so you don't miss a segment, and be sure to visit DCComics.com for articles, features, character bios and more.

Creator Commentary: The Dark and Bloody #1

In the remote backwoods of Kentucky, people get by however they can, and for Iris Gentry, that means running moonshine so he can support his son and pregnant wife. But his simple life takes a turn for the…well, dark and bloody when a supernatural threat emerges. After all, when you’re isolated and miles from town, that’s an awfully long way to call for help.

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