It’s been awhile, and it left many fans scratching their heads about its disappearance, but “DC Super Hero Girls” is finally back – and with an all new look.
Cartoon Network just dropped a new trailer today for the return of this animated series, and it looks like a vast improvement over the previous incarnation.
Check out the new trailer below:
Joining the team is Batgirl, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Jessica Cruz AKA Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, and Zatanna.
The new incarnation of the series features a new animation style and is developed for television by My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic creator Lauren Faust.
The all-star voice cast includes Grey Griffin as Wonder Woman, Tara Strong as Batgirl, Nicole Sullivan as Supergirl, Kari Wahlgren as Zatanna, Myrna Velasco as Green Lantern and Kimberly Brooks as Bumblebee.
The series was officially announced by Cartoon Network this past May.
Watch the all-new series on Cartoon Network starting March 8.
Make way for the DC Super Hero Girls! Originally seen at NYCC 2015, Mattel made the formal unveiling at NY Toy Fair 2016 at their Matty Collector event, with additional items at their actual Mattel booth inside the Javits center.
Above are the dolls and action figures shown during the Matty Collector press event, which includes articulated versions of Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman and Batgirl, along with 12-inch dolls of those plus Bumblebee and Poison Ivy.
At the Mattel booth, we got a tour of the entire line, which also includes some roleplay items and an awesome playset for the action figures. This is a great looking line that I hope does well and expands into a very huge series. I am also very happy that 2016 seems to be the year that Mattel is making big leaps forward in recognizing their female fan base and making action figures that are truly for everyone.
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