It looks like Snow in today's all new DC All Access—as in Caitlin Snow! Yes, The Flash's Danielle Panabaker drops by to discuss her role of Caitlin on the hit series, letting us know what we can expect from tonight's Zoom-focused episode and when she might be suiting up as Killer Frost. Plus, Jeff King tells us about the new Telos comic, and we give you a chance to win a deluxe edition of The Sandman: Overture signed by Neil Gaiman!
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! We're still reeling from Constantine on Arrow, Harrison Wells on the Flash and the Kryptonian domestic dispute that capped off last week's Supergirl. How can this week of #DCTV possibly top it? Rotten Tomatoes' Matt Atchity joins Jason Inman to discuss just that in this new DC All Access clip. Jim Gordon's having some problems with the ex. The Flash sets a Zoom trap. Ray Palmer is looking pretty good for a dead guy (even if he's a little on the short side). And Liv and Major are about to explore the sexy side of zombieism (yes, you read that right!).
You know all about Superman, but what do you know about Supergirl, the Man of Steel's younger and often wilder cousin? In this #DCTV clip, Tiffany Smith discusses the comic book history of this important character, from her creation and origin all the way to her most recent incarnation on CBS's new live action series starring Melissa Benoist.
For all the latest news on the Supergirl TV series: http://www.dccomics.com/tv/supergirl
Shots have been fired in Justice League: Darkseid War. One-shots, that is! In this exclusive DC All Access comics clip, Jason talks to writer/artist Francis Manapul about his writing work on the Justice League: Darkseid War Superman and Lex Luthor one-shots, and his covers for all six one-shot comics. So how do these single-issue stories tie in with the ongoing Justice League storyline? And how did Manapul use to work of Jack Kirby to tie his six covers together? Answers to these questions and more await!
The DC Super Hero Girls have arrived, and DC All Access is giving you a sneak peek at this new line of toys, books, comics and animation. In this clip, Tiffany talks to several of the talented women behind the project, including Ashley Eckstein, Aria Moffly, Shea Fontana, Christine Kim, Tania Missad and Lisa Yee, and gives us a exclusive sneak peek at the next animated short. Check it out!
For more on DC Super Hero Girls, including the already released animated shorts: http://www.dcsuperherogirls.com
This week's new DC All Access is in the bag! Or rather, it's ABOUT what's in the bag when it comes to our Harley's Little Black Book variant covers. Tiffany talks to DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee about December's unique variant cover theme, revealing some of the never-before-seen artwork that you'll find inside the black polybags. Plus, we debut an EXCLUSIVE clip of Constantine and Green Arrow from tomorrow's eagerly anticipated new episode of Arrow, take a look at the latest Batman: Arkham Knight DLC, and talk to writer Rob Williams about his new Vertigo series, Unfollow.
Warning: Spoilers Ahead! There's a flood of brand new #DCTV hitting your flatscreens this week, and the DC All Access team is back with another insightful insider roundup. Rotten Tomatoes' Matt Atchity returns with Tiffany to discuss this week's new episodes of Supergirl, Gotham, The Flash, iZombie and Arrow. Will Maxwell Lord prove to be a super headache for Kara Zor-El? Has Nygma slipped full-on into villain mode? And what about this week's Arrow? We hear that a certain trenchcoat-wearing magician will be making an appearance...
Turn down the lights and send the easily disturbed out of the room because we're about to count down our Top 10 Scariest DC and Vertigo Stories of All Time. Just in time for Halloween, Tiffany and Jason list off ten classic tales to keep you awake at night. Did your freaky favorite make the cut?
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DC Super Hero Girls is an exciting, unprecedented line of toys, animation, clothing, books and graphic novels featuring fun new takes on some of your favorite DC Comics heroines. Aimed at younger fans, it promises to open the world of DC Super Heroes to an entirely new generation, allowing thousands of new fans to fall in love with characters like Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Batgirl and the rest of the DC Universe.