DC ALL ACCESS – Hugo Strange, Swamp Thing, Supergirl, The Flash and Arrow

By staff-writers - March 2, 2016

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DC All Access is your connection to all of the latest DC Comics news and announcements. This week, DCAA takes a look back on Hugo Strange’s comic book history, Jason talks to Arrow, Flash and Supergirl composer Blake Neely about scoring the biggest heroes on the small screen, and Tiffany talks Swamp Thing with writer and co-creator Len Wein.

WHO IS HUGO STRANGE?

Brilliant, twisted and seriously hard to kill, Hugo Strange is one of the oldest and oddest villains in Batman’s rogues gallery. In this DC All Access clip, we look back on the unique comic book history of this brainy baddie before he makes his live action debut in next week’s Gotham.

 
SUPERGIRL + SUPERGIRL

Flash and Arrow may be taking a break this week, but that’s okay because Gotham is returning! This week’s all new episode introduces both Mr. Freeze and Hugo Strange, and DC All Access special correspondent Hector Navarro is here to tell us what to expect. Plus, this week’s Supergirl guest stars Laura Vandervoort who played the role of Supergirl on Smallville. That’s like Supergirl vs. Supergirl! All this plus Time Pirates on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow? Who said this was a light week?

 
THE FLASH, ARROW, SUPERGIRL MUSIC + NEW BATMAN V SUPERMAN

A good super hero needs a great theme, but have you ever wondered about how one is composed? In today’s new DC All Access, Jason talks to Arrow, Flash and Supergirl composer Blake Neely about scoring the biggest heroes on the small screen. Plus, we look at some of this week’s new DC and Vertigo comics, toys and collectibles, and give you a chance to win a DC Legion of Collectors prize box from Funko!
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LEN WEIN AND SWAMP THING

Swamp Thing is going back to his roots! Figuratively, and quite possibly literally. In this DC All Access comics clip, Tiffany talks Swamp Thing with writer and co-creator Len Wein, discussing his plans to broaden the story and finally revealing what has been at the very heart of Alec Holland’s tale from the start.


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