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DC All Access - Tom King on Joker & Riddler, Tom Ellis Chats About Lucifer, Nightwing vs. Red Hood

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In this week's installments of DC All Access, they sit down with Batman writer Tom King to discuss The Riddler and The Joker. 

Additionally, in the below #DCTV clip, DCAA talks to Tom Ellis about the television series, Lucifer. Lastly, DC All Access pits Nightwing against Red Hood to discover which Robin reigns supreme. 

BATMAN: Joker and Riddler Break Batman
Boy, do we have a joke for you! But first you have to solve a riddle! What happens when Batman is caught in the middle when Joker and Riddler go to town on Gotham? It's the war of jokes and riddles. Get it? Writer Tom King has the punchline in this episode that breaks down this demented storyline.

LUCIFER: God Joins Cast in Season 3?
Hey, at least he should be used to the heat! Season 2 of Lucifer left our favorite devil lost in the desert and sporting a new pair of wings, but fortunately actor Tom Ellis didn't fly away before talking to DC All Access. In this #DCTV clip, the Lucifer star discusses what's ahead in Season 3, how it feels moving the production to LA and what mysterious character may be joining the show in the fall. Trust us, the devil WILL care!

NIGHTWING vs RED HOOD
When the Bat is away, the children will...fight each other to see who is best, apparently. In this week's DC All Access versus clip, we're pitting Nightwing against Red Hood to discover which Robin reigns supreme. Do you think the first Robin is truly #1? Or does Jason have victory in his sights? Let us know your thoughts on this match up in the comments below!

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