The website for DC’s Super Hero Girls went live yesterday with a short webisode to start the series, portraits of the super hero girls attending, short biographies for the major characters, and games. Ever wanted to know who your superhero alter ego is?
The webseries covers the early years of the super heroes as they learn how to master their powers while navigating the tricky social world of high school. In addition to the webseries, DC plans to release a series of super hero girl toys and books.
The DC Super Hero Girls will have a presence at the New York Comic Con as well.
DC Super Hero Girls at NYCC 2015
DC Super Hero Girls Booth: booth CP102 within the Javits Center’s Crystal Palace. Fans can “get aclose-up look at the action dolls and a sneak-peek at additional products within the DC Super Hero Girls world. NYCC attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in unique giveaways and photo opportunities.”
Super Hero Girls Panel
WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 8 at 5:30pm
WHERE: Room 1B03
WHAT: The creative women behind-the-scenes of DC Super Hero Girls will share their vision for the universe.
Moderator: Tiffany Smith, DC All Access
- Ashley Eckstein, Voice of DCSHGs’ “Cheetah”
- Aria Moffly, DCE Creative Director
- Shea Fontana, DCSHG Animation Writer & DC Comics Graphic Novel Author
- Lisa Yee, Random House Children’s Books DCSHGs Middle-Grade Novel Series Author
- Christine Kim, Mattel Toy Design Manager
- Tania Missad, Mattel Consumer Insights Director
Synopsis for Super Hero Girls
At Super Hero High, iconic Super Heroes like Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, and Katana navigate all the twists and turns of high school in their formative years. United by friendship, the DC Super Hero Girls empower kids to shine with confidence and courage, especially while they combat those overwhelming, exciting, and awesomely awkward moments of growing up (sometimes super powers can be super stressful!).
For more Super Hero Girl images go to the Super Hero Girls website