DC Gives 11-Year-Old Girl Who Asked for More Female-Lead Content Her Own Superhero
Those glasses! My heart!
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) February 20, 2015
Back in January we told you about Rowan Hansen, an 11-year-old comic lover who hand-wrote a letter to DC sharing her frustration over gendered toys and lack of representation for female fans.
Nearly a month later, Rowan and her message that “girls read comics, too” are still gaining traction, with the fifth-grader appearing on an NBC Today segment this morning to talk about her favorite heroes, the impracticality of most female battle armor, and accept a token of DC’s “commitment to fulfill their promise” to create more “superhero fun for girls.”
After the segment aired, Today viewers even responded by sharing photos of their daughters dressed as superheroes:
— HarpersLove (@HarpersLove) February 20, 2015
— Inspired by Isabella (@InspiredByIsa) February 20, 2015
— Sarah Tuthill (@ClassicSarahZ) February 20, 2015
Ugh, too much cuteness! To see more viewer pics (so many adorable Spider-Girls), check out The Today Show on Facebook.
(via Comic Book Resources)
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