In their final 2013 episode of DC All Access, Jim Lee and Scott Snyder tease big plans for Superman Unchained next year and we also get an idea from Tom Taylor as to what we should expect in the second year of Injustice: Gods Among Us. All that and more after the jump!

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By Josh Wilding - 12/31/2013
Pop the champagne! It's time for a brand new year and a brand new installment of "DC All Access"! In our final episode of 2013, Jim Lee and Geoff Johns discuss what's coming in Superman Unchained, while Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond gives us an early look at the eagerly awaited Dead Boy Detectives. Also, Tom Taylor shares what's in store for the second year of Injustice: Gods Among Us, we embarrass ourselves with some DC All Access bloopers, and members of the DC team share their New Year's resolutions. Plus, we give away two VIP tour tickets to visit the Warner Bros. lot!

knocturnalzen10 - 12/31/2013, 11:02 AM
If that's true then he'll be uping the roid use soon smh
KananJarrus - 12/31/2013, 11:15 AM
I wonder who he is going to playing?
stephens2177 - 12/31/2013, 11:27 AM
Could anyone make out what was on those papers Dan Didio was holding?

The Rock as Superboy...jk lol.

The Rock as anybody who is a big ol bad ass.
typicalfanboy - 12/31/2013, 12:25 PM
is didio talkin' bout nightwing?
rabid - 12/31/2013, 12:46 PM
Injustice surprised me. Who would have ever thought that a video game tie-in comic would be one of the best reads of the year?
nikgrid - 12/31/2013, 4:03 PM
Well he's not likely to be Black Adam, which is a shame. He could play Martian Manhunter I guess, But I always saw John Jones in a film played by a slim Black guy.

Must be Lobo.
113 - 12/31/2013, 4:26 PM
DC All-Access is pretty awesome. And Supes Unchained is the best comic series right now. Rare to find writers that know how to actually write Superman and treat the character well.

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