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At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, actor Jason O'Mara (Batman: Bad Blood, Batman vs. Robin) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about how one avoids demon possession, why he sent Damian to the Teen Titans, and more.

At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, actress Kari Wahlgren (Gravity Falls) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about playing Starfire, leading the Teen Titans, and more.

At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, actor Christopher Gorham (Justice League: Throne of Atlantis) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about playing "Evil Flash," fighting the Teen Titans, and more.

At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, actor Brandon Soo Hoo (From Dusk til Dawn: The Series) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about who Beast Boy is to him, how he helps Damian "chill out," and more.

At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, actor Jake T. Austin (Wizards of Waverly Place) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about bringing the Blue Beetle to the current DC Animated universe, what it's like to take on the Justice League, and more.

At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, actor Stuart Allan (Batman: Bad Blood, Batman vs Robin) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about how Damian's continuing challenges, how he deals with the Teen Titans, and more.

At the Justice League vs. Teen Titans premiere, director Sam Liu (Batman: Year One, Justice League: Gods and Monsters) talks with Fanboy Comics' Bryant Dillon about why these heroes are battling, what the Teen Titans bring to the mix, and more.

The following is an interview with Miss Lasko-Gross (Henni), co-creator (along with Kevin Colden) of the upcoming Z2 Comics series, The Sweetness. In this interview, Fanboy Comics Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Lasko-Gross about the inspiration for the story, her shared creative process with her husband, her signings this weekend at MoCCA, and more!

“Spare the rod, spoil the child.”
    -- Dr. Mora Pol

It was inevitable that DS9 should be more preoccupied with family than any other Trek property before or since. Familial relations are important, and the stationary setting and serialized elements guaranteed the writers would explore the family trees of their vast array of characters. Sisko’s relationship with Jake is central (though thankfully never overpowering) to the show, and Sisko’s father is a welcome, if infrequent, presence. Quark’s brother and nephew are nearly regulars, and even his mother reoccurs. Gul Dukat mentioned his family on Cardassia, and his half-Bajoran daughter is an important character. Kira’s family history will be explored in an upcoming (and crushing) episode. The O’Briens are the most realistic married couple on television. Eventually, we even get into consummate mystery man Garak’s family.

After much anticipation, after a lifetime of wishing to seen Wonder Woman on the silver screen, after much hype and hoopla . . . here is my review of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice:

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