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DC All Access - Teen Titans Go, Joshua Wiliamson, Injustice 2, Supergirl


In this week's installment of DC All Access we get the chance to speak to the cast and producers of Teen Titans Go! DC All Access also talks to The Flash writer Joshua Williamson about "Sins of the Father." With the highly anticipated release of Injustice 2 in May, we take a look at everything we've unearthed about Injustice 2 so far, including playable characters, the game's central villain and how the highly touted new customizable suits affect gameplay. Lastly, in the latest #DCTV clip, we discuss the latest updates on Supergirl


TEEN TITANS GO: 200th Episode + INJUSTICE 2: Dr. Fate 

Teen Titans Go! will soon debut its 200th episode...which really makes us feel like high school underachievers. But in today's new episode of DC All Access, we're celebrating the milestone anyhow and getting the goods on this landmark episode from the cast and producers. Plus, we look at some of the Injustice 2 news coming out of GDC, unbox the latest offering from the Legion of Collectors, look at some of this week's new comics and more!


THE FLASH: Reverse-Flash Haunts Kid Flash 
Kid Flash is one of the fastest heroes alive... so what's keeping him from moving forward? In this DC All Access comics clip, we talk to Flash writer Joshua Williamson about "Sins of the Father," the dramatic new storyline that kicks off today. Confronted with the truth that his father is a super-villain, Wally West seeks him out behind the bars of Belle Reve. But what will the Reverse-Flash's time on the Suicide Squad mean to his son looking for answers? And how will these events set up the upcoming Batman crossover, "The Button"?


INJUSTICE 2: Everything We Know So Far 

Injustice 2 is out in May, and while the game's story is still largely a mystery, there's plenty of exciting news that we do know. In this DC All Access games clip, we look at everything we've unearthed about Injustice 2 so far, including playable characters, the game's central villain and how the highly touted new customizable suits affect gameplay. Gear up, gamers! The battle's about to begin...


SUPERGIRL: Can Kara’s Dad Be Trusted? 

Things are rarely simple when it comes to family. Especially when your father may be an agent for an evil underground organization. In this #DCTV clip, Hector finds out whether Jeremiah Danvers can be trusted from someone who should know—Chyler Leigh! (Plus, maybe she could put a good word in for him to her sister, eh?) Also, we ponder some Savitar secrets on The Flash and discuss whether it gets any more awesome than when super heroes tangle with dinosaurs!

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