USA Today releases the exclusive first look at DC’s Super Hero Girl animated series and merchandise, as the teenage versions of the DC Comics female icons, such as Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Katana and Bumblebee has officially launched by Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Mattel for girls age 6-12.
As we previously reported on DC’s Super Hero Girl, this new franchise will have toys, books, graphic novels, digital content, apparel and animation that’s meant to empower young girls.
Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment and content officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment had this to say on DC’s Super Hero Girl:
“It’s fun for all of us to be involved in something that’s going to play into the girl-power aspect of what kids and parents are looking for.”
Geoff Johns, DC’s chief creative officer had this to say on DC’s Super Hero Girl:
“I don’t think anyone can argue against the fact that we have the best female superheroes and characters in all of comics, is one of the most important things that we’ll be a part of so far since DC’s been formed. It’s a huge statement and opportunity.”
On October 8th at New York Comic Con, a panel and booth at will be offering a sneak peek for fans at Mattel’s 12-inch Super Hero Girls action dolls and 6-inch action figures before they debut in Spring 2016. Fans can also expect LEGO sets for DC’s Super Hero Girl.
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