DC Super Hero Girls is an amazing, female-led line of titles and merchandise featuring younger versions of our favorite DC heroines. The comics, graphic novels, and toys in this collection are perfect for young fans, or older fans who appreciate a different, less cynical take on the grown-up heroines they've come to know. Thanks to DC Comics, we've got copies of their latest graphic novel to give away!Read More
As part of the marketing blitz leading up to Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony has released a vignette about the motivations and methods of Michael Keaton's Vulture.Read More
We're big fans of DC Super Hero Girls around here. They've been delivering fun, inspiring, and age-appropriate takes on DC's female heroes for their younger fans (as well as adults who value fun, inspiring takes on superheroes) not only through adorable web episodes and straight-to-video films, but through comics, books, and other merchandise. Now, they're making the jump into a full-fledged animated series!Read More
This year's New York Toy Fair featured plenty of great toys.Read More
DC Super Hero Girls has been one of the most delightful things to come out of DC in recent years, allowing young girls to find their way into the DC Comics universe in a way that is both empowering and fun. The effort has been hugely popular! So much so that, if you were trying to find DC Super Hero Girls action dolls, you may have had some trouble, as they were selling out everywhere. Now, you have a chance to win a complete set!Read More
Get your capon?
DC Super Hero Girls has been hugely popular, offering animated shorts, toys, and apparel celebrating DC's female heroes while making them relatable to a young audience. Now, they're adding to the DC Super Hero Girls mythos with their first animated feature length film! Check out the trailer after the jump!Read More
[VIDEO] Exclusive: Anais Fairweather Talks Voicing Supergirl and Empowering Women on DC Super Hero Girls
We at The Mary Sue are big fans of DC Super Hero Girls, and of Anais Fairweather, the voice actor who plays highschool-aged Supergirl on the Cartoon Network show.Read More
If you haven't watched already, DC Super Hero Girls is an adorable series of digital shorts that are a great way to introduce the little heroes in your life to some of DC's amazing female heroes. Its first season was made up of thirteen 3 1/2 minute episodes. Today, Season Two has launched and brings the arrival of one of DC's finest, Supergirl! Check out Episode 1, "New Beginnings," in the video above!Read More
For their annual WonderCon cosplay, the fine folks over at Heroic Girls and their daughters teamed up with some other families for an awesome DC Super Hero Girls cosplay. They even got a chance to show their cosplay off to Lisa Yee, writer of the first DC Super Hero Girls book!Read More
You're not the only one who thinks about the practicality of female superhero costumes. In the latest DC Super Hero Girls short, "Designing Desaster," Wonder Woman learns that designing superhero couture should be as much about function as it is about form. Check out the clip after the jump!Read More
At New York Comic Con, I had the pleasure of interviewing several of the minds behind DC Super Hero Girls, which is: a TV show, a series of graphic novels, a book series, and a line of toys, all of which we've made no secret of feeling excited about here at The Mary Sue.Read More
"It’s everything we’ve been advocating for, right down to the muscle tone in the dolls."Read More
And they're super adorable.
Now we officially have full episodes for DC Super Hero Girls! The episodes went up on YouTube in the aftermath of DC and Mattel's presentation at NYCC. They're short and sweet, but they give you an idea of exactly what you can expect—a world full of cute.Read More
Last April DC revealed plans for a "DC Super Hero Girls" line aimed at girls ages 6-12, and now the brand's official website is finally live!Read More
I'm glad I wasn't held by the lasso of truth for this post.
Sure, we've all seen the new Batman v Superman Batmobile, but have you seen it in direct lighting?Read More
Visible women, invisible jets.
Lack of merchandise for female superheroes like Black Widow has been the subject of much discussion recently following the release of Age of Ultron, and it seems Warner Bros. has been paying attention to the criticism of Marvel's disinterest in marketing to girls.Read More
Surprise, they're ADORABLE!
Dou Hong, artist and character designer at Nickelodeon, posted some awesome fanart of the DC Super Hero Girls Initiative, a new superhero line for girls aged 6-12 that Warner Brothers, DC, and Mattel just launched. The line features a bunch of our favorite superheroines as young girlsRead More
"Featuring DC Comics’ most powerful and diverse line-up of female characters as relatable teens."