When a crisis occurs in the middle of her final, Wonder Woman rounds up Poison Ivy, Bumblebee and Harley Quinn to save the day in this new clip from "DC Super Hero Girls." However, what appears to be a simple rescue goes awry thanks to some faulty architecture and a devious plot.
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. collaborated with Mattel, Random House Children's Books and LEGO to launch the "DC Super Hero Girls" line, which will include a toy line of action figures and fashion dolls featuring "strong, athletic bodies that stand on their own in heroic poses." Random House Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children's Books, will act as publishing partner for the franchise, releasing a series of books about the DC Super Hero Girls starting this spring. LEGO will produce building sets based in the "DC Super Hero Girls" world. You can also check out the first two episodes of "DC Super Hero Girls," which feature Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman.
Slated to premiere this spring, the 44-minute "DC Super Hero Girls" special will air this spring on Boomerang. In addition to the extended special, "DC Super Hero Girls" digital animated shorts will be available on Cartoon Network's CN App. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment's series of "DC Super Hero Girls" made-for-videos will also release later this year.