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DC Super Hero Girls

12 Oct 2015 19:48 #44547 by castor
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Know this was a thread about this awhile back but couldn't find it

anyway at the NYCC they did a panel on the new Toyline and while this doesn't look like its getting a Show there doing some Youtube Videos of it. Figured i would share.




They released the first two but there suggesting they'll be more.

This isn't what we think of when we think of this genre, but i am glad this exists and it manages a kind of kind of line for being both girlly and powerful fairly well i think.

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12 Oct 2015 21:08 #44548 by TwiceOnThursdays
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What a miss match of ages and heroes, but it's not supposed to make sense with anything else, so it's fine.

Minus the music, I REALLY like the intro. I like a few of the designs too.

I also liked the hallway designed for fliers in mind, and two levels of lockers, putting the flying lockers on the upper level.

And did you SEE those rooms? Sheesh, there's more square footage in Harley/WW's room than in most houses, and I suspect we've not seen the whole thing.
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12 Oct 2015 21:34 #44549 by Woodclaw
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Hard for me not to compare these shorts with the Super BFF shorts from a couple of years ago and, to my liking, Super Hero Girl comes out the loser, so far. Perhaps the show will grew on me in time, but right now it touches many of my "not like" buttons, starting with the super-high pitched voices of most character (why they did so I have no clue, I have 3 little cousins that should that age and none sounds remotely like that) and continuing with the feeling that this show is pushing hard on the girly button.
Given that I have to recognize that there are a number of nice touches, Twice mentioned the two level hallway, which is great. I also like the inclusion of many characters: Amanda Waller as principal (although I hate the fact that they used the most recent version instead of the classic one), Hawkgirl as hallway monitor is a nice touch and the Miss Martian cameo was spot on.

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13 Oct 2015 03:09 #44552 by MackTheMouse2
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Looks like Ever After High for DC, but without the originality or plot.

Cute, will watch, but will probably forget all about it once it stops airing.

The art's decent, but I don't expect much.

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13 Oct 2015 04:22 #44553 by Caylane
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As a Cartoon Network Teen Titans fan, I got all giddy when they had Beast Boy's same voice actor

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24 May 2016 00:03 #48067 by castor
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So they finished up the youtube series-to okay cartoons.

But saw this and thought it was worth mentioning.

www.newsarama.com/29428-dc-super-hero-gi...for-warner-bros.html

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