DC ALL ACCESS - SUICIDE, THE DEVIL, THE VILLAIN, THE SPEEDSTER, AND A HEAVY DOSE OF BAD BLOOD

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The Suicide Squad Now in this weeks round up of clips from DC All Access, we are presented with a number of devilish questions, all vying for some devilish answers. To start off with, Suicide, is it a squad, a statue, or a trailer? How deadly do you think Lex Luthor is? The Flash, is he heading for his final crisis? Then we have to ask ourselves, bad blood, who's splashed some over Batman? And last but not least, Sympathy for the Devil, is it a great song or a great show? Want to know more? Then get a load of this.


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THEY'RE BACK


Now how have we gotten through 2016 without any DC All Access? Well, there's no need to worry about that anymore, comic book fans, because Tiffany and Jason are back with a brand new episode. They discuss the most recent Suicide Squad trailer, take a look at the Suicide Squad statues from DC Collectibles, and on top of that, learn about the new Suicide Squad Deadshot comic from writer, Brian Buccellato. Then they take a look at an exclusive clip from the new DC Animated Movie, Batman: Bad Blood.


COULD THE FLASH BE HEADING FOR INFINITE CRISIS?


In this #DCTV clip, Tiffany pays a visit to the set of the hit TV show, The Flash, and gets the goods on what's ahead for stars such as Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Tom Cavanagh, Danielle Panabaker and Jesse L Martin. What might their Earth-2 counterparts be like? Will we ever see "karaoke Caitlin" again? And could The Flash be heading to an Infinite Crisis? Answers to all these questions await!


TOP 10 LETHAL LEX LUTHOR MOMENTS


Despite Superman's best efforts, Lex Luthor has managed to create trouble for 75 years now, and doesn't seem to show any sign of slowing down. Bald may be beautiful, but sometimes it's also very-very deadly.


SUICIDE SQUAD TRAILER BREAKDOWN


In this episode you learn the comic book backstories behind the "Worst Heroes Ever", discovering potential key moments hidden within the cuts. Now who's excited to watch the film, this summer?! Hands up. Weapons down.


LUCIFER


Sympathy for the devil? No. Not the Rolling Stones song. The emotion. You just might have some after you've seen him on Lucifer, the brand new TV show based on the acclaimed Vertigo comic series. In this new DC All Access clip, Tom Ellis discusses his eagerly awaited new show, introduces us to some of its characters, plus shares how this devil made a fan out of Sandman creator, Neil Gaiman.


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