DC All Access - Ep 301 - The Flash Villain Unmasked! + Harley Quinn

New season. New co-host. Same awesome access! Yes, DC All Access is back, as Tiffany Smith is joined by our new co-host Jason Inman to bring you all the latest from DC Entertainment. This week, we talk to the cast of The Flash, starting with the main man himself, Grant Gustin. After that, Robbie Amell and Victor Garber give us the goods on Firestorm before things turn downright villainous with Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell and Tom Cavanagh. Then we head to Gotham to discuss the new Detective Comics storyline with artist and co-writer Francis Manapul, before wrapping up with a few words about Harley Quinn... and a chance to win a set of Harley Quinn action figures.

To enter this week's Harley Quinn giveaway: http://www.dccomics.com/watchandwin

For more on the Flash, check out our interview with actor John Wesley Shipp: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/02/03/father-of-the-flash-an-interview-with-john-wesley-shipp

Tiffany's dress courtesy of Harleen by Hot Topic: http://www.hottopic.com/hottopic/PopCulture/Superheroes/DC/DC+Comics+Harleen+Harley+Quinn+Print+Dress-10232877.jsp

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis - "Is That Metropolis?"

Batman, Shazam and the Flash realize a difficult truth in this new clip from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, the latest entry in the popular, ongoing series of animated DC Universe Original Movies, is now available on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD.

Setting the Records Straight: An Interview with Gotham's Chelsea Spack

In the darkened world of Gotham, the line between creepy and charming can be quite thin. No one knows this better than Kristen Kringle, the often-on-edge GCPD records room attendant who has captured Edward Nygma’s eye. Last week, Nygma tried winning her affection with—no surprise here—a riddle. That really didn’t work out so well, but it’s easy to see that Kristen isn’t quite so cold to Edward as she’d maybe like to believe. Could there be romance in the cards for Gotham’s Riddler-to-be?

DC Collectibles: Win a Collection of Amazing Statues and Action Figures

For DC Collectibles and DC Collectors, the past few years have been pretty great. Not only are we producing a more diverse and all encompassing selection of statues and action figures than ever before, but we’ve done it while really getting to know our fans, both at conventions and on our Facebook page.

DC Collectibles: From the DC Collectibles Vault

Whether we’re talking action figures, statues, busts or any of the other unique items we’ve released, we produce a lot of cool stuff here at DC Collectibles. But there are always ideas that never really come to fruition. Often they’re never more than just that—an idea in our heads. But sometimes they go beyond the idea stage. Sometimes we’ll commission sketches or designs, and occasionally a full-on sculpt and paint.

DC Collectibles: Who's Our Newest Batman: The Animated Series Action Figure?

To celebrate reaching 250,000 Facebook fans, we promised you a full week of DC Collectibles awesomeness including five new product reveals. Well, we try not to disappoint, so we thought we’d start with the newest addition to our mega popular line of action figures based on Batman: The Animated Series: the Scarecrow!

Tallying Up the Facts: An Interview with Gotham's Anthony Carrigan

One of Gotham's villainous standouts has been Victor Zsasz, the relentless and utterly unhinged assassin employed by Carmine Falcone. We got a chance to speak with the actor who plays him, Anthony Carrigan, recently about the show, whether he thinks Zsasz ever cheats on tallying up his victims and how he would feel about going up against the Dark Knight.

#DC1Million: Win a Signed Jim Lee Lithograph

All week long, we’ve been giving away awesome prizes to fans in celebration of hitting the one million follower mark on Twitter. But if you’ve missed out, don’t worry. If you’re reading this the day we posted it, then you’re reading this on the day of our very last giveaway. And we’ve definitely saved the best for last.

Who’d like a gorgeous signed Jim Lee lithograph?

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