Batgirl: Babs Tarr Answers Your Questions

After the events of last week's BATGIRL #41, it looks like Barbara Gordon will have to answer to the new Batman (who just happens to be her father). Fortunately, Batgirl artist Babs Tarr had a much easier time answering questions from our fans—who were a lot more approving of her Batgirl duties. Miss out on the conversation? Well, don't worry one bit. DCComics.com is your HOOQ-up to this lively Twitter Q & A.

 

Grayson: Tom King, Tim Seeley and Mikel Janín Answer Your Questions

Helena Bertinelli is now running SPYRAL?! That's not going to make things between her and Dick awkward at all! Yes, there are some pretty big changes in store for the next wave of Grayson, which kicks of this week in GRAYSON #9. To set the stage, on Friday we hosted a Twitter Q & A with the Grayson creative team. Miss out on the exchange? Well, fortunately for you, none of it's classified. You can read the entire discussion below. Enjoy!

DC All Access: Win Signed Batgirl, Grayson and Gotham Academy Graphic Novels

It's an all new DC Universe, and DC All Access will be bringing you the latest all month long. This week, we look at Batman Beyond and Justice League's "Darkseid War" and discuss Midnighter with series writer Steve Orlando and The Advocate's Jase Peeples. Also, we get a glimpse of some of the Batman: Arkham Knight skins that are exclusive to PS4 and take a look at the latest DC Super Hero rides and attractions hitting theme parks this summer.

Batman: Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo Answer Your Questions

There are big changes ahead for our Batman books, and if you’ve read BATMAN #40 and DIVERGENCE #1, you know what we’re referring to. It’s one of the reasons we held a special Twitter Q & A with Batman writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo on Friday—to help you get some answers about what lies ahead for Gotham’s greatest hero and for the star creative team who are responsible for his latest adventures. But if you missed out, don’t worry.

Free Comic Book Day: Your Photos and Tweets!

Who doesn’t like free comics? Certainly no one that we know if the tweets and photos that hit Twitter and Instagram this Saturday are any indication. Some of you celebrated Free Comic Book Day 2015 by dressing up as your favorite hero or villain (that’s a pretty awesome Wonder Woman, @TheComicSource), while others got sketches and autographs from your favorite comic writers and artists.

Fast and Fantastic: DC Comics Fans Celebrate the Flash

The World’s Fastest Man is celebrating his 75th Anniversary this year, and clearly you’re eager to get in on the action. After posting DC All Access’s 75th Anniversary tribute video on Friday (which you should definitely go watch, if you haven’t seen it), we took to Twitter to ask fans to share some of their favorite Flash moments and memories—and you certainly didn’t disappoint! When it comes to the Scarlet Speedster, it’s clear we’re not the only ones who are fast fans.

#DC1Million: Win a Signed Jim Lee Lithograph

All week long, we’ve been giving away awesome prizes to fans in celebration of hitting the one million follower mark on Twitter. But if you’ve missed out, don’t worry. If you’re reading this the day we posted it, then you’re reading this on the day of our very last giveaway. And we’ve definitely saved the best for last.

Who’d like a gorgeous signed Jim Lee lithograph?

#DC1Million: And Now a Word From Our Fans...

On Monday, we kicked off a weeklong celebration in honor of our (now over) one million Twitter followers. As a part of that celebration, we asked you to tweet your favorite DC moment from 2014 using the #DC1Million hashtag, and you certainly didn’t disappoint. Your tweets made us smile, made us laugh, made us think and made us very, very excited about what’s ahead in 2015.

We thought we’d share a few of the best with you. Enjoy and as always, thanks for reading, watching… and tweeting!

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