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Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest: Episode I – Joker’s Favor

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On November 15th the Force will be strong on devices across the nation as Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest comes to Comic–Con HQ. Mark Hamill has been collecting comic books, original artwork, toys and other mementos since the early 1970s and now he gets to share his passion and enthusiasm for collecting in his new web series!

The series kicks off at the DC Comics headquarters with the legendary Jim Lee, as the co-publisher and Mark trade favors and end up with their very own pieces of pop culture history. Join Mark throughout the season as Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest uncovers comic book memorabilia, film props, Godzilla, pinball machines and beyond with special guests including monster amasser Scott Zilllner, famous collector Bob Burns and many more!

Comic-Con HQ is the new premium digital network and streaming video-on-demand destination, delivering everything we all love about comics and pop culture right to your screen, 24/7/365. Enjoy exclusive original series, daily entertainment news, 100s of movies and TV shows from our favorite genres, and unparalleled access to the world-famous San Diego Comic-Con and all the panels, sneak previews and special events you could want!

Learn more at: https://www.comic-conhq.com/

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Inside DC Comics’ Move to Burbank Video

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We all know that DC Comics moved from there illustrious New York address, to a new space across the country in Burbank, California.  What we didn’t realize, was the massive undertaking that would take place to move the company.  Yes, moving offices is a massive undertaking, especially for a company the size of DC Comics, but the real issues was moving their massive library!

The libary was stored in a vault and included nearly every comic the company has published as well as a collection of licensed merchandise and oddities. (Collectively, DC’s copies of the first appearances of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are worth more than $2 million.)

Special movers, working with Warner Bros. Archives, packed nearly 100,000 comics and 8,000 hardcover books into 600 boxes, and a security team escorted them to a giant truck in mid-March. DC executives tracked the vehicle via GPS, and another security team oversaw the collection’s unloading.

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Source: THR

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75 Years, 75 Flashes Video

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Seventy-five years ago, the World’s Fastest Man made his debut in the pages of Flash Comics #1, and he’s been running strong ever since. To celebrate this milestone, DC All Access presents a fast-paced journey (naturally!) through The Flash’s colorful past featuring the work of many of the artists who have brought The Flash to life–from Lampert and Infantino, to Guice and Manapul!

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DC All Access Episode 223

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DC Entertainment gives us a new episode of ‘DC All Access’ today. This is a new webseries from DC Comics that gives you inside information and general company promotion right to your desktop or portable device. This new episode gives us a look at the Creature Commandos short, John Wesley Shipp on The Flash, and more!

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In today’s all new episode of DC All Access, we talk to the imaginative director about his brand new Creature Commandos shorts airing on Cartoon Network, getting an exclusive sneak peek at one of them in the process. And that’s just the beginning when it comes to sneaky peeking for us. We’re also given a glimpse of Gotham, talk to actor John Wesley Shipp about what it’s like to return to the world of The Flash (after playing the titular hero in the earlier 90s-era TV show) and learn what’s ahead in the scientifically savvy FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics from writer Simon Oliver.

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