All of us have wondered what it's like to be Batman. Well, this October you'll finally be able to stop wondering as Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham VR is released into the world. Set within the universe of the bestselling games, it's an experience utterly unlike any other, and in today's DC All Access, we get a hands on demo. Plus, we look at this week's exciting new comics, recap last week's Superman casting news and give you a chance to win the highly sought after DC Super Hero Girls Katana SDCC Exclusive action doll.
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Get ready to add some flair to your shelves because the first DC Super Hero Girls Katana action doll is almost here. The collectible from Mattel will debut in style as an exclusive item at San Diego Comic-Con in July. You could say she'll add a cutting edge to your collection.
Do you remember your first day at Super Hero High? We all enrolled at the illustrious school at the same time when DC Super Hero Girls premiered on the web back in October. In less time than an average school year, we've seen the entire first season of the animated web series and viewed a TV special featuring our heroes on Boomerang. Before we move on to new adventures and challenges in season two, let's look back at five of the coolest moments from season one of DC Super Hero Girls.
Super Hero High counts a variety of heroes among its students in DC Super Hero Girls, though some of the names may be more recognizable than others. You might know Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn well, but what about students like Katana and Bumblebee? We're going to crack open the yearbook and profile some of the less familiar heroes and villains, and we're starting with Bumblebee and Katana.