Tiffany and Jason are taking a wild ride with Mad Max and...Batkid?! No, we're not talking about the weirdest crossover film in history, but today's all new episode of DC All Access. First, we look at some of this week's exciting new comics, including The Sandman: Overture #5. After that, we talk to Make-A-Wish's EJ Johnson about Batkid Begins, the heartwarming new documentary about the Batman-loving five-year-old who captured the world's attention. Finally, the developers behind the Mad Max: Fury Road videogame let us take their highly anticipated new adaptation out for a spin.
Tiffany and Jason are back in New York, but don't worry, they've packed plenty of DC Comics news and announcements for the trip. This week, we dive into the trailer for CBS's upcoming Supergirl TV series starring Melissa Benoist right after we take a look at some of this week's exciting new comic releases (Mad Max!). Plus, we share a few of the great "DC You" collectibles that will available in comic shops this June, as well as getting an early look at the next wave of Batman: Arkham Knight action figures.
Mad Max: Fury Road, the "stuntacular" new installment of the post-apocalyptic Mad Max series, is in theaters today, which got us wondering about similarly dystopian DC and Vertigo comics. In this DC All Access clip, Tiffany and Jason count down the Top 10 Post-Apocalyptic DC and Vertigo comics. Did your favorite future shock nightmare make the cut?
Mad Max: Fury Road - Inspired Artists is available now from Vertigo Comics: http://www.vertigocomics.com/node/354711
You no want to watch this week's new DC All Access. Am not full of exciting new DC Comics info and first looks. There no trailer for new Bizarro LEGO Batman 3 DLC or new Infinite Crisis Harley Quinn skins. There am certainly no chances to win a cool DC Collectibles Joker statue!