Murphy Anderson: July 9, 1926 - October 23, 2015

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The DC Entertainment family is deeply saddened by the loss of Murphy Anderson.

Anderson was a giant in the comics industry and one of the driving forces in the evolution of not only DC Comics, but the Silver Age of comics in general. As one of the great artists and inkers at DC Comics, his style helped define the DC look in the Silver Age, and brought to life some of DC Comics’ most prolific characters, including Adam Strange, Atomic Knight, Hawkman and Zatanna, as well as his genre-defining collaborations with Superman artist Curt Swan.

Heroic Evolution: Bryan Hitch Talks Justice League of America

What things come to mind when you think of Bryan Hitch? Big, intricately detailed panels. Massively scaled images and battle scenes.  Action that blows you out of your seat. In other words, everything that makes Hitch such a perfect choice to write and draw the Justice League.

Colonel Sanders Joins Green Lantern & The Flash in a Battle for the World’s Best Chicken

New Comic Produced by DC Entertainment, Home To DC Comics, Launching Today 

New York Comic Con attendees this week will be treated to a unique collaboration between Kentucky Fried Chicken and DC Entertainment, home to DC Comics. Colonel Sanders is teaming up with DC Comics Super Heroes The Flash and Green Lantern to fight his evil ‘Earth-3’ doppelganger, Colonel Sunder, in ‘Kentucky Fried Chicken Presents: The Colonel of Two Worlds.’

DC All Access - Secrets of the JLA with Bryan Hitch

When Justice League of America #1 hit shelves in June, it not only gave Justice League fans a second comic starring their favorite super team to look forward to each month, it brought legendary artist Bryan Hitch back into the DC Comics fold. In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Hitch talks us through the debut issue, sharing the story behind that giant foldout cover and the entirely new take on the Justice League contained within.

To read JLA #1 digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Justice-League-of-America-2015/comics-series/44085

To watch our previous "Secrets" clip, featuring Greg Capullo and Batman: Endgame: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-all-access-secrets-of-batman-with-greg-capullo

DC All Access is your connection to all of the latest DC Comics news and announcements. Subscribe so you don't miss a segment, and be sure to visit DCComics.com for articles, features, character bios and more.

DC All Access - Ep 328 - Nightwing Stars in New Arkham Knight DLC + Lucifer Comes to TV

We had a devil of a good time filming today's new episode of DC All Access. That's because we're talking to the cast of Fox's Lucifer! See what executive producer Len Wiseman and stars Tom Ellis, Lesley-Ann Brandt, DB Woodside and Lauren German have to say about this sexy and sophisticated new Vertigo Comics adaptation. Plus, we give you the scoop on the new issue of Superman and Justice League, take a quick look at the latest Batman: Arkham Knight DLC and watch an exclusive clip from Batkid Begins.

Click here to enter this week's giveaway for a collection of Lucifer graphic novels.

To read the rules, terms and conditions of this week's giveaway: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/09/29/dc-all-access-win-a-collection-of-lucifer-graphic-novels

Jason’s shirt available here: http://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/RED-HOOD-SYMBOL-T-Shirt.html

DC All Access is your connection to all of the latest DC Comics news and announcements. Subscribe so you don't miss a segment, and be sure to visit DCComics.com for articles, features, character bios and more.

Conversations on Mars: An Interview with Martian Manhunter's Rob Williams

As a frequent Justice Leaguer, J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter, is well known to fans of comics and animation. But until his ongoing series was announced last spring, it had been many years since he had anchored his own comic. Now on its fourth issue, Martian Manhunter has been a surreal sci-fi blast, featuring a high-stakes storyline by Rob Williams that finds J’onn straddling the line between hero and villain and powerful, often frightening art by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira and Gabe Eltaeb.

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