|DC Super Hero Girls|
|Created by||Shea Fontana|
by DC Comics
|Written by||Shea Fontana|
Nina G. Bargiel
|Directed by||Jennifer Coyle|
|Theme music composer||The Math Club Music|
|Opening theme||"Get Your Cape On" by Jordyn Kane|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||112 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Sam Register|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television|
|Original release||1 October 2015 –|
27 December 2018
|Related shows||DC Super Hero Girls (2019)|
DC Super Hero Girls or DC Superhero Girls (in various countries), is an American superhero action figure franchise and web series created by Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment that launched in the third quarter of 2015.
- 1 Premise
- 2 Characters
- 3 Announcement
- 4 Website
- 5 Media
- 6 Episodes
- 7 Other animated media
- 8 Books
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Premise[edit | edit source]
At Super Hero High School, well-known DC heroes, both male and female, attend challenging classes and deal with all the awkwardness of growing up with the added stress of having unique superpowers.
Characters[edit | edit source]
DC Super Hero Girls has various characters inspired by the DC Universe. Certain characters are voiced by actors who have performed as the same characters previously. The characters listed below are listed on the franchise's website:
Main characters[edit | edit source]
Heroes[edit | edit source]
- Batgirl (voiced by Mae Whitman in the first four seasons, Ashlyn Selich in the fifth season) – A techno wizard, she was accepted to Super Hero High solely based on her intelligence. She more than makes up for possessing zero super-powers with her smarts, her well-honed detective skills, and her computer genius. Before being accepted as a student, she was the tech assistant working at the school.
- Bumblebee (voiced by Teala Dunn) – A social butterfly, she uses her abilities to spy on super-villains to ensure that her team is always prepared for any scheme. Her powers include shrinkability, sonic blasts, and enhanced strength. This tech genius is outgoing and energetic. The selfless superhero believes in the powerful effects of teamwork
- Harley Quinn (voiced by Tara Strong) – The resident class clown, she dedicates herself to spectacular pranks and endless puns. This unpredictable jokester and quick-witted acrobat makes it her job to create fun.
- Katana (voiced by Stephanie Sheh) – An artist with an edge, she loves to blend her love of art and fashion to create a killer look. Fearless Katana is a skilled martial artist and swordswoman. She considers her blade a part of her and often speaks to it.
- Poison Ivy (voiced by Tara Strong) – A garden variety misfit, she gained her earth-based abilities from an experiment gone awry. This shy science genius can not only control plants but accelerate their growth as well. Idealistic, Poison Ivy is an ally of plant-kind.
- Supergirl (voiced by Anais Fairweather) – A kind and noble person, she is always ready to save the day and to help others. Her powers include heat vision, super-strength, ice breath, flight, x-ray vision, super-speed, and a sonic yell. People describe her as a clumsy and optimistic person. She is always ready to protect others, even when it means risking her own life in the process.
- Wonder Woman (voiced by Grey Griffin) – A natural born leader, she comes from paradise island of Themyscira, a place full of warrior women. Wondy, as she is called, uses her modified Themysciran steel shield, bulletproof bracelets, and lasso of truth to make the world a better and safer place. She is known to be courageous and competitive.
Recurring characters[edit | edit source]
Heroes[edit | edit source]
- Beast Boy (voiced by Greg Cipes) – Beast Boy is an eccentric, just, and loyal friend and a shape-shifter that can transform into any animal he wants. He is silly, goofy and the life of any party but can be serious when he has to. He's a real animal and everyone's friend.
- Big Barda (voiced by Misty Lee) - Formerly a member of the Female Furies, who reformed while in prison and is willing to lend her enhanced strength to her superheroine friends.
- Catwoman (voiced by Cristina Pucelli) – An orphan from Gotham City, she is a feisty feline who learned that she can only count on herself. This independent girl is one of Cheetah's friends.
- Green Lantern (voiced by Josh Keaton) – He is charming, smart, and charismatic save-ball superstar. He's also a proud member of the Green Lantern Corps. He was thrown by Wonder Woman when she mistook his handshake for a sparring invitation.
- Hawkgirl (voiced by Nika Futterman) – She, as hall monitor, ensures that students always follow the rules. She plans her day to the minute. Not only does she keep order among her classmates, but her superb detective skills are useful all throughout the city. Has trouble with making Cheetah follow the speed limit in the Halls.
- Star Sapphire (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) – She is the misunderstood, always attractive (if she says so herself) resident diva. She can often be self-righeteous and overly dramatic, but is a fierce justice-fighter when duty calls all the same.
- Starfire (voiced by Hynden Walch) - An optimistic, benevolent, feisty and clever warrior princess from the planet Tamaran, but is a down-to-earth girl. Her natural Tamaranean abilities include FTL flight, superhuman strength and bright green-colored circular bolts of pure ultraviolet energy called starbolts that she generates from her hands and eyes. With her exotic alien beauty, she is truly a supermodel. She usually teams up with her friend Cyborg. In the Intergalactic Games movie, she fights against and eventually, alongside her cynical elder sister Blackfire.
- Cyborg (voiced by Khary Payton) - The half human, half robot. He has extensive knowledge in technology and can use his sonic cannon to blast enemies. His robot armor gives him superhuman strength, resistance to intense heat and cold, superhuman durability and semi-invulnerability. He usually teams up with his good friend Starfire.
Faculty[edit | edit source]
- Amanda Waller (voiced by Yvette Nicole Brown) - The principal of Super Hero High School.
- Gorilla Grodd (voiced by John DiMaggio) - The vice-principal of Super Hero High School and a reformed supervillian.
- Crazy Quilt (voiced by Tom Kenny) - A teacher who teaches Intro to Super Suits.
- Etrigan the Demon - The poetry teacher.
- Lucius Fox (voiced by Phil LaMarr) - A teacher who teaches Weaponomics.
- Red Tornado (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - A teacher who teaches Flyer's Education.
- Wildcat (voiced by John DiMaggio) - The gym teacher.
- Commissioner Gordon (voiced by Tom Kenny) - A teacher and the father of Batgirl.
- Liberty Belle - A teacher.
- Enchantress (voiced by April Stewart) - June Moone is the art teacher who has a tendency to shift into her Enchantress form.
- Parasite (voiced by Tom Kenny) - The janitor at Super Hero High School who cleans up the messes caused by the students.
Antagonists[edit | edit source]
- Cheetah (voiced by Ashley Eckstein) – Ruling Super Hero High with an iron paw, her charisma draws others to her but she isn't afraid to cheat to get what she desires. Can be very annoying, mean, and she hates Wonder Woman, who seems to always "steal her show." Cheetah also hates following the rules, so Hawkgirl is kind of her rival.
- Granny Goodness (voiced by April Stewart) - Doesn't look all that fit. Pretends to be the Super Hero High School's kindly librarian, but tries to take over the school with her villain army. Her plan failed and she was arrested.
- Female Furies - A team of villainous teenagers from Apokolips.
- Artemiz (voiced by Teala Dunn in a German accent) - A member of the Female Furies who is an expert at archery.
- Lashina (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) - A whip-wielding member of the Female Furies.
- Mad Harriet (voiced by Misty Lee) - A vicious member of the Female Furies.
- Speed Queen (voiced by Mae Whitman for seasons 2-4, Ashlyn Selich in season 5) - A super-fast member of the Female Furies.
- Stompa (voiced by April Stewart) - A super-strong member of the Female Furies.
- Dark Opal (voiced by Sean Schemmel) - Evil warlord, commander of his shadow army that tries to take over the school.
- Eclipso (voiced by Mona Marshall) - Queenly partner of Dark Opal. With him, she collects priceless gems to increase her power. Her main targets are SHH's Amethyst and Supergirl's crystal that possesses extraordinary power.
- Giganta (voiced by Grey Griffin) - Giant villainess who frequently causes chaos in the city.
- Lena Luthor (voiced by Romi Dames) - A mad scientist who disguises herself as Super Hero High School's resident IT girl, creator of the sneaky green kryptonites, which eventually resulted in her being bald and more closely resembling her brother Lex.
Supporting characters[edit | edit source]
Heroes[edit | edit source]
- Raven (voiced by Tara Strong) - A demon-human hybrid who possesses extraordinarily powerful psionic and magical abilities, all inherited from her inter-dimensional demon father, Trigon. She has more of a Gothic personality, but is always there to help her allies and friends in danger. She has made her first appearance in "Nevermore, Part 1" in Season 4. She also makes an appearance in Season 5 episode, "Spell-Shocked".
- Blackfire (voiced by Hynden Walch) - Originally a well-known villain and intergalactic criminal, Blackfire is the firstborn child and eldest daughter of the former Emperor and Empress of Tamaran. She is the homicidal older sister of Starfire whom she despises. Unlike the rest of her Tamaranian kind, her hair is colored dark purplish-black as opposed to auburn. Her natural Tamaranean abilities consist of flying faster than light (an ability she lacks in the original comic books), superhuman strength, superhuman agility and reflexes, enhanced endurance, and emitting strong light purple-colored circular bolts of ultraviolet energy from her hands and eyes called "blackbolts." She debuts in the Intergalactic Games movie as one of the opposing teams of villainy, but later switches to the superhero team alongside her younger sister. She made an appearance in the Season 3 episode, "Day of Funship" and two cameos in the two-part "Tamaranean Dance Club".
- Vixen/Mari McCabe (voiced by Kimberly Brooks) - A volunteer at the zoo. She first appears once in the third season's episode "Wildside Part 2".
- Frost (voiced by Danica McKellar) - She is a good friend of Poison Ivy and is a scientist
- Miss Martian (voiced by Cristina Pucelli) - She is usually a shy person but can still help with her martian abilities. She is seen as a Green Martian but she is a white one.
- Flash (voiced by Josh Keaton) A teenager with the superhuman ability of superhuman speed. He is fast enough to keep up with Supergirl.
- Platinum (voiced by Grey Griffin) - Originally a villain who was on the opposing team during the Intergalactic Games. She ultimately sacrificed herself to destroy Brainiac, but later reformed herself as the championship was being rewarded to the heroes of Super Hero High. She was welcomed to sit between Batgirl and Supergirl.
- Damian Wayne/Robin (voiced by Grey Griffin) - Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul's son and Ra's al Ghul's grandson, trained by the League of Assassins, whom Batgirl babysitted in the Season 5 episode, "Kid Napped".
- Mera (voiced by Erica Lindbeck) - Before she joined Super Hero High, Originally a villain who was partners with Siren to steal the Book of Legends from Super Hero High until her sister turned on her, but later on she reformed herself when Bumblebee saved her and teamed up with her and Wonder Woman to stop Siren from taking over Atlantis.
Super Pets[edit | edit source]
- Jumpa - Wonder Woman’s kangaroo.
- Krypto - Supergirl’s dog.
- Ace - Batgirl’s dog.
- Honey - Bumblebee’s bear cub.
- Kitsune - Katana’s fox.
- Calliope - Harley Quinn’s monkey.
Antagonists[edit | edit source]
- Trigon (Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) - A supremely powerful inter-dimensional demon from another world of darkness, who possesses great powers. He is the father of super heroine Raven. At one point, he fought and was beaten by Starfire and Cyborg's teamwork.
Announcement[edit | edit source]
Website[edit | edit source]
The website was launched in early July 2015. Characters featured at launch were Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Katana, and Bumblebee. Other characters including Hal Jordan, Barry Allen, Star Sapphire, Beast Boy, Cheetah, Hawkgirl and Catwoman also appear. Amanda Waller is featured as the principal of the series' setting Super Hero High. Many other DC Comics Heroes and Villains appear in the background as cameos.
Media[edit | edit source]
Voice cast[edit | edit source]
Web series[edit | edit source]
The DC Super Hero Girls has a series of animated shorts on YouTube and their site centered on the young heroes and villains attending Super Hero High. The first season premiered on 1 October 2015. The second season premiered on 21 April 2016. The third season premiered on 26 January 2017, while the fourth season premiered on 18 January 2018.
TV series[edit | edit source]
In 2019, the DC Super Hero Girls franchise was rebooted as a TV series developed by Lauren Faust (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, The Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Wander Over Yonder), with a continuity separate from that of the previous version of the franchise. Shorts connected with the series began to be released online on January 10, 2019 (the first short had previously received a sneak peek screening with showings of Teen Titans Go! to the Movies), and the full series premiered on Cartoon Network on March 8, 2019.
Episodes[edit | edit source]
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Season 1 (2015–2016)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||1||"Welcome to Super Hero High"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||1 October 2015|
|An introduction to Super Hero High and its students.|
|2||2||"All About Super Hero High"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||9 October 2015|
|Bumblebee gives the new transfer student, Wonder Woman, a tour of campus.|
|3||3||"Roomies"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||9 October 2015|
|Wonder Woman settles into her dorm as Harley Quinn, her roommate, tries to get her attention.|
|4||4||"Crazy Quiltin'"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||22 October 2015|
|Wonder Woman begins her first assignment of the semester; designing a super suit.|
|5||5||"Power Outage"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||6 November 2015|
|Wonder Woman begins her next assignment of the semester; flight.|
|6||6||"Fall Into Super Hero High"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||20 November 2015|
|Harley Quinn has organised a movie night, premiering a compilation of footage starring the girls, but what will the others think of it?|
|7||7||"Hero of the Month: Poison Ivy"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||3 December 2015|
|Let's hear it for Our Hero of the Month at Super Hero High: Poison Ivy! Not only has she rescued classmates, friends and strangers, but you'll be amazed at how many sticky situations she's stopped from getting worse!|
|8||8||"Designing Disaster"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||17 December 2015|
|Wonder Woman finally gets a chance to put her self designed super suit to the test, but will she get super results while trying it out?|
|9||9||"Weaponomics"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||22 December 2015|
|Wonder Woman sure knows her weaponomics, but a certain someone doesn't want her teacher to know. What happens in class will surprise you!|
|10||10||"Clubbing"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||14 January 2016|
|It's time for Poison Ivy to branch out (literally) and join some clubs. Principal's orders! But what club should she choose at Super Hero High School!?|
|11||11||"Hero of the Month: Bumblebee"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||28 January 2016|
|It's Bumblebee's time to shine for her heroic prowess, exceptional flying skills and great taste in music!! Follow along as she accepts this exciting honor from Super Hero High School!|
|12||12||"Saving the Day"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||11 February 2016|
|It's the end of the semester for Super Hero High students, but wait! A Save the Day alarm has sounded and they must fly to the rescue!|
|13||13||"Hero of the Month: Wonder Woman"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||25 February 2016|
|Drum roll, please...for our Hero of the Month! Wonder Woman's best known for being a leader and a great friend, which is why Super Hero High nominated her!|
Season 2 (2016–2017)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|14||1||"New Beginnings"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||21 April 2016|
|Wonder Woman is living her destiny! As the newly appointed School Ambassador, she's taking the lead to recruit Supergirl to Super Hero High – until a sneak attack from villainess Giganta catches her off guard.|
|15||2||"Hero of the Month: Supergirl"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||5 May 2016|
|Supergirl may be new to Super Hero High, but she's already a BIG hit. With her smashing entrances and out-of-control enthusiasm, Supergirl soars as Hero of the Month!|
|16||3||"Batgirl vs. Supergirl"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||19 May 2016|
|Batgirl and Supergirl face-off in their greatest battle yet – the last piece of superfood cake! Find out who is quick enough to snag it.|
|17||4||"Quinn-tessential Harley"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||2 June 2016|
|Harley Quinn's video blog has gone viral! She now has the responsibility of being a Super Hero AND a celebrity.|
|18||5||"Hero of the Month: Harley Quinn"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||16 June 2016|
|TA-DA! Hero of the Month is Harley Quinn! She saves the day in crazy fun ways and laughs in the face of danger.|
|19||6||"License to Fly"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||30 June 2016|
|The Batjet is ready for lift-off. But first Batgirl must maneuver her way through the Flyer's Ed test. Find out if she has the skills to ace the exam!|
|20||7||"Hero of the Month: Batgirl"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||14 July 2016|
|A round of applause for the newest Hero of the Month — Batgirl! She's the resident computer genius at Super Hero High and can solve problems faster than a calculator.|
|21||8||"Doubles Trouble"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||28 July 2016|
|Katana chooses Supergirl as her tennis doubles partner, but Supergirl's powers are too much for the game.|
|22||9||"Franken-Ivy"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||9 August 2016|
|Poison Ivy's new plant is growing faster than anyone expected. Can the DC Super Hero Girls stop it from taking over Metropolis?|
|23||10||"Hero of the Month: Katana"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||11 August 2016|
|She's fast, she's fierce, she's fashionable. Give it up for Katana- an expert swords-woman and the newest Hero of the Month!|
|24||11||"Dude, Where's My Invisible Jet?"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||25 August 2016|
|When Wonder Woman's invisible jet goes missing, her friends band together to form a search party. You'll never guess where they find it!|
|25||12||"Hero of the Month: Frost"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||6 September 2016|
|Whether it's fighting super villains or solving complex chemistry equations, Frost always keeps her cool. See her in action as Hero of the Month!|
|26||13||"The Blunder Games"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||8 September 2016|
|As part of the Advanced Skills Survival class, Batgirl is dropped off in a remote island and must make it to the designated spot before sunset. But when her equipment malfunctions, Batgirl must rely on a different set of super skills.|
|27||14||"Hawkgirl's Day Off"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||22 September 2016|
|As a break from classes and hall monitoring, Hawkgirl's friends treat her to a relaxing day at the SuperSpa. But the day takes a turn when the fierce Mrs Clayface makes a surprise appearance.|
|28||15||"Hero of the Month: Hawkgirl"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||4 October 2016|
|Hawkgirl is a serious force to be reckoned with. She's the best hall monitor at Super Hero High, a fearless defender of justice, and most of all, a loyal and loving friend. Congrats to the new Hero of the Month!|
|29||16||"The Cheetah Who Cried Wolf"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||10 October 2016|
|Overcome with jealousy, Cheetah tries to become Hero of the Month after a series of staged (and failed) attempts. So when the evil Soloman Grundy actually attacks, no one believes Cheetah and she must take on the villain herself.|
|30||17||"Ring of Mire"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||20 October 2016|
|When Star Sapphire accidentally drops her violet lantern ring down the sink, she dives into the sewer to find it — only to be greeted the evil villain Croc!|
|31||18||"Hero of the Month: Star Sapphire"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||1 November 2016|
|Star Sapphire graces the halls of Super Hero High with the perfect OOTD, but she also knows how to lay down the law with her powerful violet lantern ring. Rock that Hero of the Month, Star Sapphire!|
|32||19||"Ultimate Accessory"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||3 November 2016|
|The pressure is on! Bumblebee must design a high-tech accessory for her Weaponomics class. Will her final product get a passing grade?|
|33||20||"Riddle of the Heart"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||17 November 2016|
|With her expert detective skills, Batgirl has been able to solve mysteries in the blink of an eye...until now. Find out who's behind a series of puzzling new riddles.|
|34||21||"Heros of the Month: Cyborg and Starfire"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||29 November 2016|
|For the first time ever, Principal Waller is naming TWO Heroes of the Month - the half man, half robot Cyborg and the Tamaranian warrior-princess Starfire! Their teamwork and friendship prove that superpowers are much better used together.|
|35||22||"Roomies Return: Frost's Bite"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||1 December 2016|
|When Frost can't find a way to warm up, she takes her bitter coldness out on her classmates. Bundle up!|
|36||23||"The Odd Couple"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Nina Bargiel||15 December 2016|
|Surprise! Harley Quinn and Lady Shiva are paired up as partners for their Advanced Stakeout project. Can they look past their differences to catch the sly villain Cheshire? Or will their assignment turn into an epic fail?|
|37||24||"Cold Blooded"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||20 December 2016|
|Frost has a cold, and every sneeze starts a mini snow-storm! Without hesitation, Bumblebee, Batgirl and Poison Ivy does whatever it takes to save the day.|
|38||25||"Hero of the Month: Lady Shiva"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||12 January 2017|
|It's clear that Lady Shiva has been training to become Hero of the Month. She's one of the only Super Heroes who can calculate AND dish out the perfect punch!|
|39||26||"Hero of the Month: Beast Boy"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton||Shea Fontana||9 February 2017|
|Hero of the Month goes to Beast Boy! Whether he transforms into a ferocious crocodile or a friendly octopus, Beast Boy always saves the day in unexpected ways.|
Season 3 (2017)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|40||1||"Batnapped"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||26 January 2017|
|Batgirl is kidnapped by Killer Moth, who wants to make her his partner! Too bad Batgirl already has a partner - Supergirl! And that's way better than a criminal who tried to destroy her.|
|41||2||"Surprise"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||2 February 2017|
|Harley Quinn enlists the help of Katana and Bumblebee in hiding a surprise birthday present for Batgirl in her dorm room. But when they sneak into Batgirl’s dorm, they are accosted by Batgirl’s booby traps. Can her friends even survive her defense system?|
|42||3||"Tales from the Kryptomites, Part 1"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||16 February 2017|
|Lena Luthor uses the remnants of kryptonite from Supergirl's ship to create living kryptomites.|
|43||4||"Tales from the Kryptomites, Part 2"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||23 February 2017|
|The supers must save Metropolis from the army of Kryptomites.|
|44||5||"Seeing Red"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||2 March 2017|
|A red Kryptomite loose at Super Hero High brings out everyone's mean side, except for Starfire whose Tamaranian physiology does not respond to it.|
|45||6||"Spring Prison Break"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||9 March 2017|
|Frost reads her "How I Spent Spring Break" essay and we flashback to the tale of how Katana and Frost formed the first "Task Force X" to stop Lashina from breaking the Female Furies out of Belle Reve. During the battle between the SHH Heroes and the Furies, Barda redeems herself and joins the side of the good guys.|
|46||7||"Around Metropolis in 80 Seconds"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||16 March 2017|
|Wonder Woman and Supergirl are facing off to see who’s fastest, but when they keep tying, they decide to race sans-superpowers. Harley hates to be left out and joins the race. As Wonder Woman and Supergirl zoom around Metropolis, they spot a bank robbery in progress and compete to see who can catch the criminals first. While they’re distracted, Harley wins the race.|
|47||8||"For Art's Sake"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||4 May 2017|
|It's the SHH Student Art Fundraiser and the Double Dare Twins have stolen masterpiece from the show! It's up to Katana and Supergirl to stop them and recover the painting. But when Supergirl is knocked out by kryptonite and Katana's sword is stolen, Katana must improvise and use her art supplies to defeat the Double Dare Twins.|
|48||9||"Wildside, Part 1"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||11 May 2017|
|Batgirl, Beast Boy and Starfire are picnicking in the park when Lion-Mane’s menagerie of entranced animals attack the park! The heroes must save the citizens and stop Lion-Mane.|
|49||10||"Wildside, Part 2"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||18 May 2017|
|With Lion-Mane subdued, Batgirl, Starfire, and Beast Boy must find all the escaped zoo animals and return them to the zoo.|
|50||11||"Day of Fun-Ship"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||1 June 2017|
|During their sisterly "day of fun-ship", Starfire and Blackfire must protect the zoo from King Shark. The sisters realize they have more in common than they thought.|
|51||12||"The Ares Up There"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||8 June 2017|
|When Wonder Woman is home for a holiday, Ares takes advantage and attacks her people. Is she strong enough to stop the almighty God of War?|
|52||13||"Stealth 101, Part 1"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||15 June 2017|
|Batgirl and Poison Ivy are partnered for Crazy Quilt's stealth suit design project.|
|53||14||"Stealth 101, Part 2"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||22 June 2017|
|Batgirl and Poison Ivy use their stealth suits to rescue Crazy Quilt from Killer Moth.|
|54||15||"A Fury Scorned"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||29 June 2017|
|Lashina breaks into Belle Reve and poisons Commissioner Gordon. Batgirl and Hawkgirl must find the anti-dote before it's too late!|
|55||16||"Body Electric"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||Template:Startdate|
|Giganta causes an electric blackout and Batgirl enlists the help of Thunder and Lightning.|
|56||17||"Techless Tuesday"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||Template:Startdate|
|Mrs. Clayface steals all of Batgirl's gadgets in an effort to break her husband out of Arkham.|
|57||18||"Fresh Ares, Part 1"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||Template:Startdate|
|Peaced-out Ares comes to Metropolis to see Wonder Woman, but his peaceful outlook is ruined when Catwoman steals the amulet of Harmonia.|
|58||19||"Fresh Ares, Part 2"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||Template:Startdate|
|As Ares rains destruction on Metropolis, the supers must recover the amulet of Harmonia.|
|59||20||"Fresh Ares, Part 3"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||Template:Startdate|
|With Catwoman's help, the supers return the amulet of Harmonia to Ares and save the day.|
|60||21||"Gorilla Warfare"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||26 October 2017|
|The supers must save Gorilla Grodd when his former army comes to "rescue" him from Super Hero High.|
|61||22||"Fight Flub"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||2 November 2017|
|Katana and Big Barda try to prove their own fighting style is the best when the Double Dare Twins attack.|
|62||23||"Jetsetters"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||9 November 2017|
|Wonder Woman is trying to teach Frost how to fly the invisible jet so she can pass her flyers exam when Killer Moth attacks.|
|63||24||"New Perry-Spective"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||16 November 2017|
|Perry the Parademon is loose in Metropolis and the heroes are on the trail! But Big Barda has a soft spot for the parademon and takes him in as her new pet.|
|64||25||"Dog Day After School"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||23 November 2017|
|A Krytptonian is loose in Metropolis! After following the wake of destruction, Supergirl is reunited with Krypto the Super Dog.|
|65||26||"It's A Superful Life"||Brandon McKinney||Shea Fontana||30 November 2017|
|The heroes want to make this an extra special holiday by brightening the lives of Metropolis citizens.|
Season 4 (2018)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|66||1||"Ring Me Maybe, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||18 January 2018|
|Green Lantern is leaving Earth and joining the Green Lantern Corps, but will Earth be safe before a new Green Lantern is called?|
|67||2||"Ring Me Maybe, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||25 January 2018|
|With Hal Jordan gone, Sinestro seizes the opportunity to attack Earth! Will the new Green Lantern arrive in time to save the city?|
|68||3||"Ring Me Maybe, Part 3"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||1 February 2018|
|Jessica Cruz has been chosen as Earth's new Green Lantern! But will fear keep her from stopping Sinestro and embracing her powers?|
|69||4||"Ring Me Maybe, Part 4"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||8 February 2018|
|Jessica Cruz conquers her fears and faces Sinestro with a little help from her super hero friends!|
|70||5||"Fish Out of Water, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||15 February 2018|
|Mera is having a hard time adjusting to her life at Super Hero High, but with the help of her new friends, Super Hero High will feel like home.|
|71||6||"Fish Out of Water, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||22 February 2018|
|Mera must team up with Miss Martian to put a stop on Firefly's rampage.|
|72||7||"Gone to the Dogs, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||1 March 2018|
|Batgirl and Supergirl may be best friends, but their dogs Krypto and Ace are still getting to know each other! Can they put aside their differences to help save the day?|
|73||8||"Gone to the Dogs, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||8 March 2018|
|While Supergirl and Batgirl investigate a burglary, Krypto and Ace track the culprit and reclaim the loot.|
|74||9||"Pets Peeved, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||15 March 2018|
|The Super Pets are on the verge of failing their first class at Super Hero High, but when the Animilitia traps the heroes, the Super Pets must prove their heroic mettle to save their owners.|
|75||10||"Pets Peeved, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||22 March 2018|
|The Super Pets work together to save their owners and stop the Animilitia, proving they are a part of the Super Team!|
|76||11||"Ha-Ha Horticulture"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||29 March 2018|
|When Ivy's plant experiment goes awry and puts the whole school to sleep, it's up to her and Harley to find the antidote.|
|77||12||"Truth of the Lasso, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||5 April 2018|
|Wonder Woman evades Cheetah's repeated attempts to steal her Lasso of Truth, but Wonder Woman loses her lasso during an encounter with Giganta.|
|78||13||"Truth of the Lasso, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||12 April 2018|
|When Wonder Woman's lasso goes missing, the origin story of her lasso comes to light -- which is also the origin story of Cheetah's powers!|
|79||14||"Truth of the Lasso, Part 3"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||19 April 2018|
|The Super Hero High kids are headed on a field trip, but their journey is cut short by Giganta's attack.|
|80||15||"Truth of the Lasso, Part 4"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||26 April 2018|
|Cheetah tries to get her revenge on Wonder Woman by using her own lasso against her, but Wonder Woman overcomes Cheetah's treachery.|
|81||16||"Nevermore, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||3 May 2018|
|Trigon wants his daughter Raven to follow in his footsteps and rule the Underworld, but Raven isn't so sure…|
|82||17||"Nevermore, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||10 May 2018|
|Raven helps save Metropolis after her portal causes an Earthquake, and discovers she wants to study at Super Hero High!|
|83||18||"Nevermore, Part 3"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||17 May 2018|
|Trigon reeks havoc on Super Hero High when he hears Raven wants to attend, and it's up to the Supers to stop him!|
|84||19||"Nevermore, Part 4"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||24 May 2018|
|Raven uses her magic to help stop her father Trigon, and might just convince him to let her stay at Super Hero High…|
|85||20||"Drive Me Crazy"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||31 May 2018|
|When Wonder Woman, Batgirl and Harley discover that Big Barda doesn't know how to drive, they set out to teach her.|
|86||21||"Tamaranean Dance Club, Part 1"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||7 June 2018|
|Starfire is homesick for a traditional Tamaranean dance so the Supers surprise her with one of their own!|
|87||22||"Tamaranean Dance Club, Part 2"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||14 June 2018|
|Starfire is feeling melancholy and homesick for the great dance of Tamaran. Supergirl, Katana and Wonder Woman organize a dance with Starfire's evil elder sister Blackfire and the Korugar Academy kids, but "dance" in Tamaranean means something else entirely.|
|88||23||"Fly By Night"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||21 June 2018|
|To reclaim Wonder Woman's homework after curfew, Wonder Woman, Bumblebee and Hawkgirl must sneak by the teachers to get to the cafeteria where the project was left.|
|89||24||"By the Yearbook"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||28 June 2018|
|Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman are co-editors of the yearbook, but their opinions on what's yearbook worthy collide.|
Season 5 (2018)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|90||1||"Spell-shocked, Part 1"||Scott O'Brien||Patrick Rieger||2 August 2018|
|After creating a portal to the future Raven will enlist the help of Wonder Woman and Batgirl to return her memory!|
|91||2||"Spell-shocked, Part 2"||Scott O'Brien||Patrick Rieger||9 August 2018|
|Raven and the DC Super Hero Girls must unite to protect the school from the magical Book of Legends!|
|92||3||"Kid Napped"||Scott O'Brien||Meghan Fitzmartin||16 August 2018|
|Batgirl is babysitting Robin when a sinister shadow creature appears. What could possibly go wrong?|
|93||4||"Bottle Episode"||Scott O'Brien||Patrick Rieger||23 August 2018|
|Supergirl must save the Bottled City of Kandor from her school trash processor.|
|94||5||"Career Day"||Scott O'Brien||Shane Sieders||30 August 2018|
|It's Career Day at Super Hero High and Wonder Woman is learning from the school janitor, Parasite.|
|95||6||"Mood Ring"||Scott O'Brien||Jessie Greenberg||6 September 2018|
|Emotions run wild when Star Sapphire breaks her ring. Can she get everything back to normal before super feelings destroy the school?|
|96||7||"Stage Fright"||Scott O'Brien||Anne Mortensen-Agnew||13 September 2018|
|While the girls are preparing for the Super Hero High school play, Raven casts a good luck spell which doesn't quite go to plan.|
|97||8||"Hackgirl"||Scott O'Brien||Shaene Siders||20 September 2018|
|When Hawkgirl receives an unpredictable gadget upgrade from Batgirl she struggles to fight off Cheshire.|
|98||9||"My New Best Friend"||Scott O'Brien||Joelle Sellner||27 September 2018|
|When Batgirl loses her memory, she is tricked by Catwoman into teaming up and committing crimes.|
|99||10||"Anti Hall Monitor Part 1"||Scott O'Brien||Jeremy Adams||4 October 2018|
|In an attempt to get around the ever watchful eye of Hawkgirl, Batgirl creates a sinister app to track her whereabouts.|
|100||11||"Anti Hall Monitor Part 2"||Scott O'Brien||Jeremy Adams||11 October 2018|
|The Anti-Hall monitor app is out of control and Hawkgirl must come out of retirement to fix Batgirl's mistake.|
|101||12||"Haunted Harley"||Scott O'Brien||Joelle Sellner||18 October 2018|
|After being sent to detention, Harley Quinn becomes convinced that Super Hero High is haunted!|
|102||13||"All Pets Are Off"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Joelle Sellner||25 October 2018|
|It’s Pet Day at Super Hero High and DC Heroes such as Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, The Flash and Batgirl have brought along some of the bravest animals they know to compete in the competition. But when some of the Super-Pets start to mysteriously disappear, the heroes will have to enlist the help of the Teen Titans shape-shifting hero, Beast Boy - to locate their missing animal friends.|
|103||14||"The Wobble"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Amy Wolfram||1 November 2018|
|Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Bumblebee compete in Super Hero High's gymnastics competition. Wonder Woman is upset after she "wobbles" on her balance beam dismount landing. But when an angry Bleez crashes the competition, Wonder Woman uses The Wobble to her advantage to defeat her.|
|104||15||"Rolling Blunder"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Amy Wolfram||8 November 2018|
|When Big Barda reluctantly joins the Roller Derby team, the bout against the Furies threatens to demolish Metropolis.|
|105||16||"Target Practice"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Jessie Greenberg||15 November 2018|
|Starfire discovers a brand new Earth game which she'll use to defend her friends Wonder Woman and Supergirl from Kryptomites.|
|106||17||"Mindscape"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Anne Mortensen-Agnew||22 November 2018|
|When a mysterious force traps Bumblebee inside a dream, Miss Martian must go inside her friend's mind and free her.|
|107||18||"For The Girl Who Has Everything"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Meghan Fitzmartin and Jeremy Adams||29 November 2018|
|Supergirl attempts to fix the things that frustrate her in order to have a perfect world. But, is a perfect world really what anyone wants?|
|108||19||"Missing Martian"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Denise Downer||6 December 2018|
|Miss Martian wants everyone to forget her birthday, but she gets a bad surprise when her friends seem more interested in attacking Metropolis.|
|109||20||"Water Water Nowhere"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Denise Downer||13 December 2018|
|When Killer Croc breaks the school's water main before a burglary, Mera's the only one there to stop him - and she has no water to use to defend herself.|
|110||21||"Fortress of Solidarity"||Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ian Hamilton||Shea Fontana||20 December 2018|
|It's the holidays at Super Hero High and Supergirl is reminded of how much she misses her parents. In an attempt to quench her homesickness, Supergirl goes to the North Pole where she is attacked by Captain Cold.|
|111||22||"Super Gift Swap"||Scott O'Brien||Patrick Rieger||22 December 2018|
|It's the Super Hero High gift exchange and the DC Super Hero Girls are cautious of Harley's ticking gift.|
|112||23||"My So Called Anti Life"||Tod Carter and Zach Mekelburg||Joelle Sellner, Patrick Rieger and Jeremy Adams||27 December 2018|
|Dr. Seid's real identity is revealed after he uses the Math Club as a ruse to solve the Anti-Life Equation.|
Other animated media[edit | edit source]
Special (2016)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|"DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High"||Jennifer Coyle||Shea Fontana||19 March 2016Boomerang) 21 May 2016 (Boomerang UK) 30 May 2016 (Cartoon Network)(|
|School is in session for DC Super Hero Girls! This is where students master their super powers, brain power, and will power to become the Super Heroes of tomorrow. When Supergirl crash lands into the cafeteria, it's evident that though she has incredible power, she has a long way to go before she becomes a Super Hero. As Supergirl learn to harness her powers, the Junior Detective Club investigates a mysterious rash of security breaches. Could it all be because of reformed Super-Villain and Super Hero High Vice-Principal Gorilla Grodd - or something far worse?|
Direct-to-video films (2016–present)[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|"DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year"||Cecilia Aranovich||Shea Fontana||23 August 2016|
|"DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games"||Cecilia Aranovich||Shea Fontana||23 May 2017|
|"Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain"||Todd Grimes||Jeremy Adams||8 August 2017|
|"Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High"||Elsa Garagarza||Jeremy Adams||15 May 2018|
|"DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis"||Cecilia Aranovich|
|Shea Fontana||2 October 2018|
Books[edit | edit source]
Novels[edit | edit source]
Random House is publishing a series of text-only novels. Each novel focuses primarily on one character's experiences as a student at Super Hero High. Lisa Yee has written every one so far. American "big box" retailer Target has released special editions of the Wonder Woman and Batgirl novels that include additional materials (character profiles and posters).
|Wonder Woman at Super Hero High||978-1101940594||1 March 2016|
|Supergirl at Super Hero High||978-1101940624||5 July 2016|
|Batgirl at Super Hero High||978-1101940655||3 January 2017|
|Katana at Super Hero High||978-1101940686||4 July 2017|
|Harley Quinn at Super Hero High||978-1524769239||2 January 2018|
|Bumblebee at Super Hero High||978-1524769260||3 July 2018|
Graphic novels[edit | edit source]
DC is publishing a series of graphic novels. Shea Fontana has written every one so far.
|Finals Crisis||978-1401262471||5 July 2016|
|Hits and Myths||978-1401267612||1 November 2016|
|Summer Olympus||978-1401272357||11 July 2017|
|Past Times at Super Hero High||978-1401273835||26 September 2017|
|Date with Disaster||978-1401278786||31 January 2018|
|Out of the Bottle||978-1401274832||7 August 2018|
|Search for Atlantis||978-1401283537||26 September 2018|
|Spaced Out||May 2019|
Comics[edit | edit source]
DC is publishing a digital-first comics series. These issues will be collected in printed editions, the first of which is scheduled to be released in September 2017. Shea Fontana has written every issue so far.
- DC Super Hero Girls - Past Times at Super Hero High (12 digital issues starting 5 October 2016)
- DC Super Hero Girls - Out of the Bottle (12 digital issues starting 12 April 2017)
- DC Super Hero Girls - Spaced Out (12 digital issues starting 20 November 2017)
References[edit | edit source]
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- Official website
- DC launches female centric universe – The Verge
- DC Unveils New Interactive Look at Its Promising "Super Hero Girls" Line – The Mary Sue
- DC Super Hero Girls at the Internet Movie Database