So did you miss us? We sure hope so because DC All Access is back with our first new episode of 2014. And what an episode it is! Dan DiDio joins Geoff Johns to make a major announcement—legendary artist John Romita, Jr. will be teaming up with Johns on Superman! Plus, we chat with the charming Marguerite Bennett and Meghan Hetrick about the Joker's Daughter, discuss the art of Forever Evil with David Finch, and attend the premiere of the latest DC Universe animated movie, Justice League: War. All this, and we give you a chance to win a trip for you and a friend to San Diego Comic-Con!
This week’s new episode of “DC All Access” is so good…it’s criminal! In between pondering how they can sneak into DC’s secure library, Tiffany and Blair chat with Arrow’s Felicity Smoak, Emily Bett Rickards! Also, Dustin Nguyen stops by to give up the goods on Batman: Li’l Gotham’s final chapter, while Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner let us know what to expect from their brand new Harley Quinn comic. Finally, we go back in time for some deleted scenes, help Batman find “Joker” and give away a Sandman Silver Omnibus signed by Neil Gaiman!
We are deeply saddened by the news of legendary artist Al Plastino’s passing.
One of the most talented and prolific Superman artists of the Silver Age, Plastino made a name for himself with the Superman family of titles. His biggest contribution to the lore of the Man of Steel was illustrating Supergirl’s blockbuster debut in the pages of ACTION COMICS #252, in 1959.
Look! Up in the sky! (Well, okay, on our Youtube page and website.) It's a brand new episode of "DC All Access," and viewers are in for some super new scoops.
A brand new episode of “DC All Access” debuts today with an insightful interview with DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio, a “super” new giveaway, and much, much more!
This week, hosts Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter discuss Dark Knights with Dan DiDio, get a glimpse of a future episode of Teen Titans Go! and the landmark 100th episode of the MAD animated series, talk Trillium and Green Arrow with Jeff Lemire and stage an impromptu Forever Evil reenactment at LA’s Comikaze. Check it out!