Marvel has like a billion web shows so it was really only a matter of time before DC did one as well. What I find interesting is that they're declaring it "an insiders guide" to the company... which is completely disfunctional. Here's the info from DC's and teaser trailer... which is terrible... and with the face of the company Jim Lee. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PDfczLzldk
DC Entertainment, a Warner Bros. Entertainment company, will launch “DC All Access,” a weekly webseries that will bring an insider’s perspective on the comic book company. The webseries will offer news, access, and entertainment on the inner workings of the DC Entertainment offices, employees, creators, and iconic comic characters like Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. “DC All Access” will also provide a unique insight into film, television, games, and animation projects. The webseries is produced by Telepictures Productions (‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show, ‘Extra,’ ‘TMZ’) and will be hosted by Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter, formerly of G4.
“DC All Access” debuts Tuesday, October 15 on DCComics.com. The first episode will feature new details on the new SUPERMAN & WONDER WOMAN comic, MAD-sponsored commercials, and a recap all of the exciting happenings from New York Comic-Con. Throughout each episode fans can click on links to learn more about specific topics on the show or gain access to extended clips.