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DC Entertainment 2014 FREE COMIC BOOK DAY Selections Announced

Yesterday, DC ENTERTAINMENT announced THE NEW 52: FUTURES END will be one of their Free Comic Book Day titles for 2014. In addition, TEEN TITANS GO! #1 will be available at participating comic shops across the country for children of all ages.

So get ready for Free Comic Book Day 2014, which takes place the first Saturday of May!

ASSOCIATED PRESS announces THE NEW 52: FUTURES END

Today, the ASSOCIATED PRESS announced that DC Comics will be publishing a
new weekly comic book series titled THE NEW 52: FUTURES END.  Written by
Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen and Brian Azzarello THE NEW 52:
FUTURES END is set five years in the future.

Launching in stores across the country on Free Comic Book Day in May 2014,
this series will be accessible to current fans and new readers alike.

SCOTT SNYDER ANNOUNCES FLASH-FORWARD BATMAN #28 WITH ART BY DUSTIN NGUYEN

Scott Snyder announced today via Twitter that BATMAN #28 will be a special issue that shows what's happening in the world of Batman after ZERO YEAR and will be drawn by Dustin Nguyen!

“We agreed,” says Snyder, “that with all the crazy stuff that's going to happen in 2014 - and my goal above all in 2014 is to keep things daring and fun - it'd be a thrill to do a total spoiler issue. A stand-alone issue that takes place in the near future and reveals all sorts of massive surprises coming to Gotham.”

DC All Access: Episode 9 Watch-and-Win

Who needs Kris Kringle when you have Blair, Tiffany and "DC All Access"? In today's all-new episode, our two hosts give away a specially assembled DC Holiday Bundle. But first, we catch up with the Flash himself, Arrow's Grant Gustin, before getting the scoop on FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics and DC's newest ongoing comic--Justice League 3000!

DC All Access: The Science Behind FBP

In this week’s episode of “DC All Access,” Tiffany spoke with FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics writer Simon Oliver and series editor Mark Doyle about the science-heavy comic. Well, we were curious about where the science ended and the fiction began in the world of FBP, so we asked Oliver to clear a few things up for us.

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