DC ALL ACCESS - THE RETURN OF GRODD, THE SANDMAN, AND MR TERRIFIC

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Sandman Mister Sandman, bring me a dream... bung-bung-bung-bung. Make him the cutest, that I've ever seen... bung-bung-bung-bung. Give him two lips, like roses and clover... bung-bung-bung-bung. Then tell him to get up off of his lazy backside and check out these clips from DC's top Youtube channel, DC All Access, featuring Neil Gaiman's Sandman, Echo Kellum's Curtis Holt, plus this weeks round up of DC related TV shows.


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REVISITNG THE SANDMAN


Anyone who believes that dreams are easily forgotten clearly hasn't read The Sandman, Neil Gaiman's exemplary modern fantasy that began in 1988 and went on to become one of the most acclaimed comics of the 1990s. Still highly readable, the series helped establish Vertigo as an imprint for sophisticated and cutting-edge comics while cementing Neil Gaiman as one of the greatest authors of the modern age. In this DC All Access comics clip, we look back at the series, breaking down the beloved storyline from the earliest volume to the most recent.


GORILLA GRODD RETURNS + NYGMA HELPS PENGUIN


In this exclusive DC All Access clip, Jason and Tiffany preview the week ahead, revealing what has surprised them so far this year on Supergirl, Gotham, The Flash, Arrowand iZombie, sharing what they're most looking forward to next. 


JIM LEE RETURNS TO BATMAN + MR. TERRIFIC JOINS ARROW


We can describe today's new DC All Access in one word... terrific! Yes, Arrow's newest hero-to-be, Echo Kellum, drops by to discuss his role as Curtis Holt on the show, shedding some light on when we might be seeing him as Mr. Terrific and sharing some recent run-ins with a few surprising Arrow fans. Also, Darwyn Cooke and Gilbert Hernandez discuss The Twilight Children, we share a few highlights from Neil Gaiman's recent "DCAA Live" panel, plus take a quick look at Harley Quinn #22 and Batman: Europa #1, featuring Jim Lee's return to Batman!


Beyond the Page: How Frank Miller Influenced Wonder Woman


Earlier this year, Wonder Woman debuted an armored new look designed by series artist David Finch. Now, go "Beyond the Page" and discover what went into its design, as Finch takes us through this summer's Wonder Woman #41, looking at key moments from throughout the issue and revealing his secrets and influences.