DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Houston, We Have So Many Problems

It’s a Heywood family reunion this week! Just, you know, without all the barbeque and cake and awkward aunts and uncles...and…well, anyone but Nate and his grandpa. Do two people still constitute a family reunion? Is that the proper use of that phrase?

Anyway.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Who's Who in the JSA

I’ll be totally honest with you guys: The introduction of the Justice Society of America was probably my most anticipated moment across all of the #DCTV shows. I’ve been on the edge of my seat for them since Rex introduced himself at the end of season 1. And now they’re here! They’re a real thing! A live action JSA! How crazy is that? 

DC Comics 101: What's the Difference Between the Justice Society and the Justice League?

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone with even a passing knowledge of DC Comics who doesn’t feel at least a little familiar with the Justice League of America. They are, after all, one of the most iconic and widely recognized super hero teams of all time. Their similarly named ancestor, the Justice Society of America, however, does not share the same notoriety.

In fact, there’s a decent chance this season of #DCTV might be the first time that some of you have heard of the JSA at all.

Don’t worry. If that’s the case, you are far from alone.

Small Screen Roundup: Miss Martian on Supergirl, Mirror Master on Flash and More!

The CW had their big day today at the Television Critics Association’s annual Summer Press Tour, which included a #DCTV panel featuring the producers of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Unsurprisingly, announcements about the shows upcoming seasons were made, and they were exciting ones. But if you missed them as they broke on Facebook and Twitter, we’ve rounded them up for you here.

The Flash of Two Worlds: Building Earth-2

Adapting an established comic book character for the small screen is challenging enough, so what’s it like adapting an entire world of them? Difficult, but if tonight’s new episode of The Flash is any indication, it’s also a crazy amount of fun.

Lighting the Way: Green Lantern Alan Scott

DC Comics’ beloved oath-saying hero is turning 75 this year, and with a monthly series of comics still on the shelves and a new movie arriving in time for his 80th, it’s clear that the character is still running strong. However, it’s not hard to forget that much of what we associate with Green Lantern—the oath, the Green Lantern Corps, Sinestro, the constant space-faring—didn’t arrive until much later. Heck, even the most well known Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, is but a mere 56 years old.

Mister Terrific

Solving the world's problems isn't something you can tackle on a large scale. Some may even consider it impossible. But while you might not be able to solve the world's problems, you can solve the problems of the people—even if it's just one at a time. At least, that’s how Michael Holt sees it, and using his genius-level intellect, dedication and perfectionism, he plans on doing exactly that as the heroic Mr. Terrific.

Growing up in a poor family, Michael Holt strived toward excellence—academically, athletically and financially. His off-the-scales intelligence coupled with his hard work and determination led to him receiving  multiple PhDs in various fields, founding one of the world's leading tech firms and becoming an Olympic gold medalist to boot. However, his commitment and drive toward perfection left him aloof and closed off from everyone but his wife. When a tragic car accident took her life, Holt found a new goal: to follow in the footsteps of his humanitarian spouse and dedicate his life to helping others and not just himself.

He joined the Justice Society of America and used his vast financial and technological resources to create the T-Sphere to aid him in his quest. These flying robot spheres respond to Holt's vocal commands and serve a multitude of functions, from passive uses like holographic projection and communication to weaponized usage through explosives and electrical charges.

However, Mr. Terrific's true strength comes from his own personal drive to overcome any obstacle and solve any problem. Unfortunately, this determination can also sometimes lead to him shutting out the rest of the world and other people until the problem is solved. Yet despite this, Holt remains dedicated to keeping the vow he made to his late wife—to solve everyone's problems.

DC All Access - Top 10 DC Characters Returning in Convergence

Convergence is here! Next week, your favorite cities and characters from days past come back with a vengeance in a series of spectacular miniseries revealing what's taken place in the years—or even decades—since you last saw them. In this exclusive DC All Access clip, we count down our top ten returning characters. So which heroic reunion are you most looking forward to?

To read Convergence #0 digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Convergence-2015-0/digital-comic/1358900005001

Be sure to watch this week's full episode of DC All Access, which kicks off our search for our Comic-Con correspondent: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-all-access-ep-309-win-a-trip-to-comic-con-unboxing-dc-dice-masters

Jason’s shirt courtesy of Fifth Sun: http://www.fifthsun.com/mens-superman-daily-planet-t-shirt

Alison’s shirt courtesy for Rue21: http://www.rue21.com/store/

DC All Access - Bonus Clip - Geoff Johns Explains His Tweets

More Justice Society? Will Cyborg get a solo book? Are Wonder Woman and Batman secretly in love? Explain yourself, sir! In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Tiffany asks DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns to explain some of his more mysterious recent tweets.

New full-length episodes of DC All Access return on September 16, 2014!

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