DC All Access - Episode 1 - Zack Snyder, Arkham Origins Giveaway and NYCC

Welcome to "DC All Access," our new weekly webseries that takes you deep into the world of DC Entertainment. In our first episode, hosts Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter talk to Zack Snyder about his stunning Superman 75th Anniversary animated short, as well as Vertigo's Hank Kanalz about the highly anticipated The Sandman: Overture. Also, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo on Batman: Zero Year, Caitlin Kittredge on Coffin Hill, a chance to win a PS3 and copy of Batman: Arkham Origins and much more!

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What's New In The New 52: Barbara Gordon Goes Zero Year

This fall, Barbara Gordon will be getting her own Zero Year makeover.

Around fifteen or sixteen-years-old at the time of her tie-in issue, Barbara Gordon is forced to protect her brother and homestead in anticipation of the upcoming storm. It’s here that she’ll not only be forced to evaluate what “home” really means to her, but where she’ll realize for the first time that she has the potential to be a hero in her own right.

DCE AT SDCC: BATMAN: ZERO YEAR panel

Moments ago at San Diego Comic-Con, DC Entertainment’s BATMAN: ZERO YEAR panel let out. Among the panel’s many highlights, all-new art from the acclaimed story arc was shown.

But if you were not able to attend the panel, don’t worry! Check out the gallery above to see the new art that debuted, including interior pages from BATMAN #23 and the cover for BATMAN #25!

For a full list of all of DC Entertainment’s panels and signing at San Diego Comic-Con, click here.

5.2 Reasons Batman: Zero Year Already Excites

Like Marty McFly, Kyle Reese, and Wyld Stallyns Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan, we’re going back in time as the critically acclaimed creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo takes readers to the early days of the Dark Knight with the near yearlong epic, Batman: Zero Year.

The 11-part storyline began with the June 12 release of Batman #21, and as usual with Snyder and Capullo, it already has us as hooked as the mid-90s Aquaman.

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