DC All Access - Ep 204 - Arkham Origins DLC "Cold, Cold Heart" Official Trailer & Game Giveaway

Our latest frosty cool episode of DC All Access features your exclusive first look at the trailer for “Cold, Cold Heart,” the new Batman: Arkham Origins DLC! We get the goods on the DLC from WB Games Vice President, Production Ames Kirshen, then dive into the epic world of Aquaman as we talk to new series writer Jeff Parker. We also discuss Fairest with our pal Marc Andreyko, visit Blastoff Comics in LA for a primer on all things Lex Luthor, give you yet another chance to enter our SDCC giveaway, and offer you the chance to win a copy of the Batman: Arkham Origins Collector’s Edition signed by Troy Baker!

For this week's chance to enter our Comic-Con giveaway, visit:
http://www.dccomics.com/watch-and-win-episode204

And for even more access, check out the links for this week's episode:
http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2014/02/25/dc-all-access-a-chilling-trip-to...

Tiffany's shirt provided by Junk Food.

The Roundup: Lois Lane Gets a Scoop... And Standalone Comic

No matter the news, if it’s big and it’s breaking, you know that Lois Lane will have the scoop. But what about when Lois is the news? That’s certainly the case this week, as everyone’s favorite investigative reporter gets a special standalone comic devoted entirely to her. Written by the red hot Marguerite Bennett, it’s a story about family…and freaky, otherworldly alien alligators (and other beasts, but we kind of like the alligators).

Behind the Bat: An Interview with Kevin Conroy

For many fans, Kevin Conroy has been the definitive voice of Batman for over two decades, and it’s not hard to see why. From the first episode of Batman: The Animated Series to the recent success of the Arkham games, Conroy has shown us all sides of the Dark Knight, diving deep within the soul of Bruce Wayne and revealing an unprecedented level of depth and emotion within the character.

Batman: The Animated Series: Picks from the Pros...

One of the many great things about Batman: The Animated Series is the influence it’s had on an entire generation of comic book creators, some of whom would later go on to work on Batman themselves. Knowing that so many of our current Batman writers and artists were fans of the show, we thought it would be fun to reach out to a few of them to see if they could recommend a favorite episode. Here are three must-see eps, as recommended by some fine folks who know a few things about the Dark Knight!

5.2 Ways "Batman: The Animated Series" Impacted the Dark Knight!

All this week on DCComics.com we've been celebrating one of the greatest shows in the history of television. No, not Breaking Bad, but we totally get that. Not The Wire either, although, again, good guess. No, we're talking about the Emmy Award-winning, insanely awesome, genre-defining Batman: The Animated Series, a.k.a. the series that set a benchmark for animated programming and that also introduced an entire generation of fans to the Dark Knight, serving as the defining interpretation of the character.

Batman's Feature Length Phantasm

Ask a Batman fan of a certain age what their favorite Batman movie is and there’s a good chance their answer is Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. However, move down the age spectrum a bit and ask a younger Batman fan about the film and you may find that they haven’t even heard of it. While it’s not unusual for iterations of a long-beloved character like Batman to resonate most strongly with the generation they first appeared, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm seems to be a particularly unique case.

Batman: The Animated Series: From Animation to Action Figures

DC Collectibles has returned from Toy Fair, where their new line of action figures based on Batman: The Animated Series was a smashing success! While the figures won't be in stores until November, the Collectibles crew provided us with an in-depth look at the figures and what you can expect from them. (In short, plenty of articulation and accessories!)

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