LEGO Builds ‘Super Hero Girls’ Line

Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have joined forces with the LEGO Group for building sets inspired by its new franchise “DC Super Hero Girls.”

April 6, 2018

LEGO Builds ‘Super Hero Girls’ Line

Girls’ franchise plans new toys from its exclusive construction partner.

Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have joined forces with the LEGO Group for building sets inspired by its new franchise “DC Super Hero Girls.”

LEGO’s new collection will include six building sets inspired by property and will feature characters Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Bumblebee, Flash, Eclipso, Lena Luther, Lashina and Mad Harriet in LEGO form.

"We are really thrilled to bring to life the combination of teamwork, fun and action-packed missions found in this DC Superhero universe on our LEGO minidoll platform," says Jill Wilfert, vice president, licensing and entertainment, LEGO. "The ‘DC Super Hero Girls’ story translates so well into construction play, inspiring great vehicles and structures with surprising features that, together with the ‘DC Super Hero Girls’ characters, provide hours of creative building and role play fun."

Three of the six building sets–Batgirl Batjet, Harley Quinn to the Rescue and Super Hero High School–will be

available in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Nov. 27, and globally in January 2017. The next three sets–Lashina Tank, Bumblebee Helicopter and Wonder Woman Dorm Room–will be also be available worldwide in January. Additional mission-based sets will launch in August 2017.

"Together with our long-standing partners at the LEGO Group, we're excited to bring ‘DC Super Hero Girls’ to life in LEGO form," says Kelly Gilmore, senior vice president, global toys, WBCP. "Capturing these strong, brave and powerful characters and empowering storylines, children around the world can now work on their super building powers as they play and rebuild together with their favorite DC Super Hero characters."

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