DC Super Hero Girls Animated Series Character Designs Released New Show Coming To Cartoon Network USA This Year

DC Super Hero Girls Animated Series Character Designs Released New Show Coming To Cartoon Network USA This Year

In May 2017, Cartoon Network USA, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation announced a new animated series called DC Super Hero Girls, today (22nd May 2018), DC Comics has released a image featuring the show’s main characters along with the show’s logo. The new animated series is due to premiere on Cartoon Network USA later this year. The brand new animated show originated from a YouTube short animation series which started in 2015 and is also based on the DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High special.

According to the newly released artwork, the new show will be having a completely different look compared to the animated shorts and the Super Hero High special that came before it, with a different art style and new character designs, this is because Emmy award–winning producer Lauren Faust is working on the show as a producer and character designer, she’s known for her work on Cartoon Network’s Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends and most recently Hasbro’s and DHX Media’s animated series – My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Sam Register – the president of Warner Bros’ Animation and creator of Cartoon Network’s Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi will be working on the show’s production team as executive producer.

The new series follows not-so-typical teenagers Diana, Kara and Barbara better known by their superhero names Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl who attend a school for superheroes. While not at school, they’re protecting the city of Metropolis from some of the most fearsome school-aged supervillians of the DC Comics Universe. However, being a young superhero isn’t easy, especially as they have to balance their time between a social life, their families, their studies and saving the city. Apart from the fact the characters are superheroes, they’re still typical teenagers. Other characters from the DC Comics universe featured in the show include Bumblebee, Zatanna, Jessica Cruz (Green Lantern), Katana and Harley Quinn.

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https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2018/05/21/first-look-lauren-faust-brings-dc-super-hero-girls-to-cartoon-network

Warner Bros. Animation At Wondercon 2018

Warner Bros. Animation At Wondercon 2018

Warner Bros. Animation At Wondercon 2018

During the Wondercon Comic-Con convention in Anaheim, California this weekend (Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th March), there were Warner Bros. Animation show panel events for Unikitty!, Teen Titans Go! and for the upcoming animated series coming soon to Cartoon Network – DC Super Hero Girls.

The first panel was for Unikitty!. Show producers, Ed Skudder and Lynn Wang; art director Andrea Fernandez; animation director Anna Hollingsworth and voice actors Roger Craig Smith (Hawkodile) and Eric Bauza (Master Frown) were all present at the panel. A new episode sneak peek was shown at the panel and there was an opportunity for fans of the show to ask questions. There was an opportunity for fans to get an autograph too.

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Next up was the panel for one of Cartoon Network USA’s most popular shows – Teen Titans Go!, the show’s producers Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic and the voice of Beast Boy – Greg Cipes were at the panel, in front of a packed audience. Also yesterday, Warner Bros. Pictures released the shortened television advert version of the Teen Titans Go! To The Movies trailer, the advert includes some never-before-seen footage featuring the superhero – Green Lantern voiced by rapper – Lil Yachty.

Finally, there was the panel for the new series – DC Super Hero Girls. Attending the panel were: Anais Fairweather (voice of Super Girl), Yancey Labat (DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels illustrator), Monica Kubina (DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels colorist) and Shea Fontana (DC Super Hero Girls writer). A brand new animated series based on the DC franchise is being developed by Lauren Faust (The Powerpuff Girls (original series), Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) and it will premiere on Cartoon Network USA this year, a special episode based on the franchise – DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High has already aired on Cartoon Network in the U.S. and on Boomerang in the UK, also there’s an animated short web series which is now in its fourth season, all web episodes can be viewed for free on the DC Super Hero Girls YouTube channel.

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DC Super Hero Girls Series Premieres On Cartoon Network USA In 2018

DC Super Hero Girls Series Premieres On Cartoon Network USA In 2018

DC Super Hero Girls Series Premieres On Cartoon Network USA In 2018

Cartoon Network USA will be airing a brand new animated series in 2018 from Warner Bros. Animation called DC Super Hero Girls. The brand new animated show originates from a YouTube short animation series which started in 2015 and is also based on the DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High special which aired on Boomerang USA in March last year and on Boomerang UK last May.

DC Super Hero Girls, which follows not-so-typical teenagers Diana, Kara and Barbara better known by their superhero names Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl attend a school just for superheroes. While not in class, they’re busy protecting the city of Metropolis from some of the most fearsome school-aged supervillians of the DC Comics Universe. Being a young superhero is not easy, especially as they have to balance their time between a social life, their families, their studies and saving the city. Other characters from the DC Comics universe featured in the show include Bumblebee, Zatanna, Jessica Cruz (Green Lantern), Katana and Harley Quinn.

Emmy award–winning producer Lauren Faust will be working on the show as a producer, character designer and storywriter. Lauren Faust is known for her work on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls (original version) and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends). Sam Register – the president of Warner Bros’ Animation will be working on the show’s production team as executive producer.

Cartoon Network has been closing the gender gap on their channel lately in an attempt to attract more girls with new shows such as Unikitty! from Lego and Warner Bros. Animation and the reboot of Cartoon Network’s very own The Powerpuff Girls last year. At present, Cartoon Network is considered to be a boy-focused but girl-inclusive channel.

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http://deadline.com/2017/05/dc-super-hero-girls-cartoon-network-animated-series-2018-1202100531/