LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom - "The Wrong Hands" (Exclusive)

Lex Luthor, Sinestro, Captain Cold, Cheetah, Black Manta and Gorilla Grodd plan an attack on a familiarly named government facility in this exclusive clip from the newest LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes movie, Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom.

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom is now available on Blu-Ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD.

POLL: Vote for Your Favorite DC All Access List Clip

Okay, Internet, we get it. You love lists. And hey, it’s not hard to see why. They’re fun, concise and provide a certain amount of prestige. Plus, they’re an absolute blast to disagree with. It’s one of the reasons we put together some sort of list or retrospective every Friday on DC All Access. To give you something to discuss…and debate passionately. Whether it’s highlighting every member of the Justice League in its long, storied history or going dark with our list of the most diabolic Joker moments, these clips kept you talking all through the weekend.

DC Comics Bombshells Variant Covers: Week Three

The Bombshells are back! Yes, this month sees the return of our ever-popular, radically retro Bombshells variant covers. Twenty-one unique variant covers featuring DC Collectibles’ WWII pinup-inspired take on our characters will grace some of our most popular comics this month. These variants will be available along with our standard covers at your local comic shop—but they’re popular, so grab ’em while you can. They’re sure to go quick!

DC All Access - Top 10 DC Animated Moments

SPOILER ALERT: This video recaps crucial plot points in several of DC's animated movies, including Justice League: Gods and Monsters!

We can argue about which one is the best (and have, believe us!), but we can all agree that as a whole, DC's animated movies are second to none. So just in time for the release of our latest animated adventure, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, we thought we'd recap our ten favorite moments from past films. These are animated super heroics at their finest.

For our Five Reasons You Should Watch Justice League: Gods and Monsters...Again!: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/07/31/five-reasons-you-should-watch-justice-league-gods-and-monstersagain

To learn more about the ten movies on the list, click on the links below:

10. Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/batman-assault-on-arkham-2014

9. Justice League: The New Frontier (2008): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/justice-league-the-new-frontier-2008

8. Superman: Doomsday (2007): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/superman-doomsday-2007

7. Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/supermanbatman-apocalypse-2010

6. Superman vs. The Elite (2012): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/superman-vs-the-elite-2012

5. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 (2012): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/batman-the-dark-knight-returns-part-1-2012

4. All-Star Superman (2011): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/all-star-superman-2011

3. Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths (2010): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/justice-league-crisis-on-two-earths-2010

2. Justice League: Gods and Monsters (2015): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/justice-league-gods-and-monsters-2015

1. Batman: Under The Red Hood (2010): 
http://www.dccomics.com/movies/batman-under-the-red-hood-2010

Five Reasons You Should Watch Justice League: Gods and Monsters...Again!

Earlier today, DC All Access revealed their top ten moments from DC’s lengthy slate of animated movies. It’s a great list. In fact, we wouldn’t be surprised if it prompts many of you to spend the weekend rewatching some of our animated adventures. However, we’d suggest starting with our most recent—Justice League: Gods and Monsters.

Win a Blu-Ray Copy of Justice League: Gods and Monsters

Bruce Timm makes his dramatic return to the world of DC Animation this week with the original movie, Justice League: Gods and Monsters. Set in an alternate universe designed from the ground up by Timm, Alan Burnett and the rest of the creative team, it’s a dark, but very compelling reimagining of comics’ premiere super hero team and one of the most original and exciting DC animated movies to date.

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Maxwell Lord

As a teenager, Maxwell Lord arrived home to find his father murdered. Convinced his successful father's powerful business associates were responsible, Lord became sure of one thing that day: power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. When those with super-powers began to appear, Lord believed this philosophy extended to them as well and quickly grew to mistrust them. Those with super powers will always abuse that power—hero or villain, it doesn’t matter.

As he grew older, Lord became a shrewd businessman that favored government oversight and Big Brother-like politics over super hero vigilantism. His disdain toward those with super powers led to him growing more and more ruthless and manipulative, and eventually he helped form the Justice League International. He believed that the best way to watch over super heroes was to control them, and that he was the only man trustworthy enough and capable enough for the job. With this power, Lord grew to become one of the greatest threats to the DC Universe. Eventually he gained mind-control capabilities, and once even took control of the Man of Steel himself, sending Superman on a rampage.

Maxwell Lord’s ability to control another person's mind extends far beyond the capabilities of most with similar powers, going so far as being able to maintain control after an individual realizes they are being controlled. However, the more he uses his powers, the greater the toll on his body—ranging from a simple nosebleed to, possibly, a fatal brain hemorrhage. Despite the countless lives he's taken in his quest to rid the world of super-powered individuals, Lord sees himself as the real hero. Because in his mind—ironically twisted and corrupted by power—they are the real threat, not him.

DC All Access - Cyborg Faces New Villains and Metal Men

Cyborg's been a member of the Teen Titans, the Outsiders and the Justice League, but he's never had his own ongoing title... until now. In this exclusive clip, we talk to writer David F. Walker about what we can expect when Victor Stone goes solo and what he feels makes this high-tech hero so human.

For more from David F. Walker on Cyborg: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/07/21/are-you-ready-for-cyborgs-david-walker

To read Cyborg #1 digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Cyborg-2015-1/digital-comic/1338300015001

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