DC All Access - Official Arkham Knight Side Missions: Riddler, Penguin, Firefly

Like you, we’ve been talking nonstop about Batman: Arkham Knight, but there’s still a lot of secrecy about the story and gameplay. In this exclusive DC All Access clip, we go straight to the source for answers as Tiffany talks with Rocksteady Marketing Producer Dax Ginn. Will you be able to play as different characters? What sort of side missions will Batman: Arkham Knight have? And what are the Riddler Racetracks? Answers to all of these questions and more await you!

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Get to Know Gotham's Rogues' Gallery

Gotham fans have a couple of weeks to get through before the show returns on January 5, 2015 with a new episode entitled “Rogues’ Gallery.” Considering the sheer number of baddies that Jim Gordon, Harvey Bullock and the other heroes of Gotham have had to deal with in the show’s first ten episodes, it’s an appropriate title. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until the 5th to see if “Rogues’ Gallery” introduces any new ones, but for now, it can’t hurt to revisit some of the villains currently in play and look at where we left them.

Taking Down the Flash: Geoff Johns Discusses the Rogues

With The Flash set to debut in a few days on The CW, we asked Executive Producer and acclaimed Flash writer Geoff Johns if he’d mind sharing some thoughts on the Flash’s cast of super-villains, and particularly Captain Cold and the Rogues, the cold gun touting thief and his team of working class baddies who work together to make a dishonest dollar in a city patrolled by the Fastest Man Alive…

DC All Access - Bonus Clip - Top 10 Batman Villain Origins

With the premiere of GOTHAM now only a few days away, we decided to celebrate their upcoming origin stories by listing off our Top 10 Batman Villain Origins as seen in the comics. Did your favorite make the list?

All of the comics on our list are available for digital download: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/

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When Bad Guys Go Good: A Look at Forever Evil's Lex Luthor

When Forever Evil #6 finally revealed the identity of the hooded prisoner first seen and teased at during the finale of "Trinity War," we felt vindicated—but also completely and utterly shocked and surprised. In the back of our head, we sort of figured it might just be the Alexander Luthor of Earth 3 under that hood. Evidence certainly pointed in that direction as the character has long stood as the biggest threat to Earth 3's Crime Syndicate.

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