DC All Access - Ep 336 - EXCLUSIVE Interview with Hawkman & Hawkgirl from Legends of Tomorrow + New DC Channel is Launching

They may be DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, but you can get to know them today in this exclusive new DC All Access clip! We’re all still reeling from yesterday’s epic new trailer, but that didn’t stop Tiffany and Jason from rounding up Legends of Tomorrow’s Ciara Renee (Hawkgirl), Falk Hentschel (Hawkman), Arthur Darvill (Rip Hunter), Brandon Routh (Atom) and Executive Producer Phil Klemmer to talk about what we can expect when the show premieres next January. Plus, we look at the first issue of Dark Knight III: The Master Race, discuss Vertigo’s The Sheriff of Babylon with creators Tom King and Mitch Gerads and preview DC’s newest YouTube channel, DC Fans!

Click here to enter this week's giveaway for a 75th Anniversary graphic novel prize package.

To watch the new DC’s Legends of Tomorrow trailer: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/11/23/breaking-news-dcs-legends-of-tomorrow-gets-a-trailer-and-premiere-date

For more from The Sheriff of Babylon’s Tom King and Mitch Gerads: http://www.vertigocomics.com/blog/2015/11/05/the-sheriff-of-babylon-ten-questions-with-the-creators

Keep up with all the latest Dark Knight III news: http://www.dccomics.com/DarkKnightIII

Breaking News: DC's Legends of Tomorrow Gets a Trailer and Premiere Date

With how much fun The Flash and Arrow have been this year, it’s almost hard to fathom that there’s a third show set within their universe debuting this season... and now we know when.

The CW announced today that the eagerly awaited DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will premiere on Thursday, January 21, 2016. But if that news alone isn’t enough to excite you, there’s more. They also released a brand new trailer. Check it out!

DC All Access - This Week in #DCTV: Zoom Gives Barry a Beatdown + The Atom is Alive!

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! We're still reeling from Constantine on Arrow, Harrison Wells on the Flash and the Kryptonian domestic dispute that capped off last week's Supergirl. How can this week of #DCTV possibly top it? Rotten Tomatoes' Matt Atchity joins Jason Inman to discuss just that in this new DC All Access clip. Jim Gordon's having some problems with the ex. The Flash sets a Zoom trap. Ray Palmer is looking pretty good for a dead guy (even if he's a little on the short side). And Liv and Major are about to explore the sexy side of zombieism (yes, you read that right!). Better clear some space on your DVRs, it's going to be a wild week.

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Arrow - "Lost Souls" Preview

"I'm alive and I'm in trouble..." Season 4, Episode 6 of Arrow, "Lost Souls," airs on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 on The CW.

First Look: Frank Miller's Dark Knight III Minicomic

We’ve seen covers for DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE from the likes of Neal Adams, Lee Bermejo, Mike Allred, Tim Sale, Gary Frank and more, but you know who we haven’t seen a cover illustration by yet? Frank Miller, the writer and illustrator behind the whole thing. Well, that’s about to change...


Big things come in small packages. Just an age-old cliché, right? Actually, it turns out there’s quite a bit of truth to it…if you’re talking about the Atom.

A gifted physicist, Dr. Ray Palmer put his genius mind to good use by laboring tirelessly to help create a better world. His hard work led to advancements in matter compression and the discovery of white-dwarf star remnants on Earth. Creating a specialized, size-changing belt that houses a lens filled with star matter, Ray has the ability to shrink his size down to subatomic levels. This unique power inspired his heroic moniker and allows the Atom to handle things most other heroes can’t even see: viruses, parasites, nuclear reactions and beyond. Using phone, fiber-optic cables and even the bloodstreams of other heroes and villains, Ray can get wherever he needs to be at incredible speeds.

The Atom is constantly learning and has become a leading mind in some of the most progressive areas of scientific thought and inquiry. This thirst for knowledge has made him the go-to hero when facing problems rooted in science, but it can sometimes cloud his judgment when the enemy is powered by the supernatural or motivated by something that seems irrational. Ray can tackle the world’s biggest quandaries and tiniest threats, but there’s one fight he always struggles with: accepting that some things in life just can’t be explained.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow - Official Trailer

Time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter must assemble a disparate group of both heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat to the planet…and to time itself. DC's Legends of Tomorrow is coming soon to The CW.

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FIRST LOOK: Brandon Routh as the Atom

When Arrow announced that Brandon Routh would be appearing as Dr. Ray Palmer on the show’s third season, fans knew the announcement was huge.

Or rather small. Very, very small.

That’s because Ray Palmer is the civilian identity of the Atom in the DC Universe, and over the show’s first eleven Season 3 episodes, we’ve seen Palmer inch ever closer to the discovery that will turn him into the microscopic hero.

Justice League Unlimited (2004 - 2006)

In a world of extraterrestrial invasions, powerful sorcerers, vast shadowy conspiracies and ancient gods, the galaxy's most powerful superheroes return to battle the allied villains and criminal plots that endanger the universe. Two years ago, the world's greatest heroes banded together as the Justice League and dedicated themselves to battling threats too great for any single hero to handle. Since then, they've saved the world countless times from unimaginable dangers. But the price has been high. With their ranks diminished after fighting off an alien invasion and with new dangers arising at an ever-increasing pace, the remaining Justice League crime fighters realize that protecting the entire world is going to take more technology and manpower than they have at hand. A lot more. These heroes come home to roost in their high-tech Watchtower, sporting space-based energy weapons and a powered-up fleet of Javelin spaceships. The team members tap innovative matter-transporters that zip them from one location to another in a flash. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern continue to lead the universe's most powerful superheroes, including such well-known defenders as Supergirl, Green Arrow and the Atom as well as Booster Gold, Hawk & Dove, Elongated Man, Mister Miracle, Big Barda and Zatanna. These fearless fighters and many others are the Justice League Unlimited.

Voice Talent: 
Kevin Conroy
George Newbern
Phil LaMarr
Susan Elisenberg
Maria Canals
Carl Lumbly
Michael Rosenbaum
Executive Producers: 
Sander Schwartz
Science Fiction

Super Friends (1980 – 1984)

Powerful super heroes Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Wonder Twins Zan and Jayna and their rascally blue space monkey Gleek battle evil, protect humanity and save the world from unthinkable dangers.

Voice Talent: 
Danny Dark
Olan Soule
Casey Kasem
Shannon Farnon
Norman Alden
Frank Welker
Sherry Alberoni
Michael Bell
Liberty Williams
Stan Jones
Don Messick
Bill Callaway
Dick Ryal
Vic Perrin
Jimmy Weldon
Ted Knight
Bob Lloyd
William Woodson
Stanley Ross
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