The newest DC Super Hero Girls animated show will be debuting on Cartoon Network come March 8, 2019. I know there are many fans of the previous animated show (I’m one, too), but I will definitely be checking out the upcoming series. Hopefully, it will be fun.
Premiering back in 2015, the DC Super Hero Girls franchise ended up being a huge success. I liked how iconic superheroes were reimagined as teens to feel more relatable to a younger audience. More than 100 episodes have aired over the course of 5 seasons. So it will be interesting to see if the franchise is able to hold the interest of the previous fanbase once the newer animated series comes to Cartoon Network.
Here’s the trailer!
The new show was developed by Lauren Faust. I like how the main cast is very diverse right from the start.
Is it just me or is Wonder Woman a WOC (Woman of Color) in this series? It would be awesome if she is. It will go together with Gal Gadot’s version of the character.
Catwoman is a WOC, too, similar to Eartha Kitt and Halle Berry’s interpretations. You can also see different body types. I like how the villains haven’t been made into kid-friendly good guys.
Here’s the official description:
Saving the day is super easy when you’re a Super Hero. But stopping evil in its tracks while keeping up grades and managing a social life, all before curfew? Ugh. That’s, like, super tough. DC Super Hero Girls are more than crime-fighting besties, they’re a diverse group of dedicated super-teens! Working together, they fight the battles of Metropolis and the battles of growing up all at the same time. Always discovering new ways to control their powers and abilities, these awesome girls are quickly learning (sometimes the hard way) how to deal with the super challenges of being a teenage Super Hero.
We all have the power to make a difference. Just make sure to use it for good or you’ll find yourself up against those tenacious teens, the DC Super Hero Girls.
Are you excited about DC Super Hero Girls coming to Cartoon Network? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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