Have you ever wondered what Diana of Themyscira was like as a teenager?
DC All Access, our weekly webseries devoted to bringing you the latest news from DC Entertainment, returns next week with a brand new episode and a brand new co-host. In fact, there’s plenty of new stuff to look forward to, but one aspect that will remain firmly in place is Tiffany Smith. One of show’s original hosts, Tiffany has not only appeared in every episode of DC All Access, but has written for DCComics.com and moderated or participated in DCE panels at conventions.
DC All Access may bring you the latest announcements from the world of DC comics, TV, movies and games, but the series made quite an announcement of its own yesterday when it introduced its brand new co-host, Jason Inman.
It’s a good time to be a DC Comics reader. But it’s also a great time to introduce new readers to DC Comics. Not only have some of our most popular heroes been reinvented in exciting, fresh new ways, but the creative voices behind some of those comics are evolving. Like you, we’re huge fans of Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns and all of the other talented writers and artists with whom we’ve been working for years. But we also have some amazing new writers and artists currently making waves on their titles, and we’ve become big fans of them as well.
When last we left Gotham, the show had wrapped its midseason finale by taking a surprising turn. Jim Gordon was demoted and assigned to Arkham Asylum on security guard detail after his undertaking with Harvey Dent ended disastrously. As a twist it’s promising, offering fans a chance to see the inside of Arkham on the show for the first time while providing an intriguing change in the show’s point of view.