It’s been more than a month since new DC Super Hero Girls episodes aired on Cartoon Network. Fear not! New episodes of DC Super Hero Girls are back with weekend with new episodes and based on the descriptions, Lauren Faust and company.
Dex-Starr (or Dexter as was known during his time as a feline house pet on Earth) without a doubt has to be the breakout member of the Red Lantern Corps. It’s a safe bet that the fur will fly when he encounters activist Jessica Cruz, who just happens to be a member of the Green Lantern Corps.
In past interviews, Faust mentioned that the series took inspiration from Silver Age comics, citing them as the purest and simplest incarnations of the characters. Thus it’s rather appropriate that a Bizarro version of Supergirl, a concept that’s just the tip of the crazy stories during the Silver Age, appears in the show.
Power Girl may have one of the most convoluted origins thanks to various retcons over the decades, but that hasn’t prevented the character’s popularity, particularly among the cosplay community. DCSHG is taking a more streamline approach, with Kara Danvers ditching the Supergirl moniker in favor of the “Power Girl.” Given Power Girl’s infamous chest window costume, it will be interesting to see the character design adapted for a show aimed at young girls.
Saturday, Nov. 30
11:00 a.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#Abracadabrapalooza”
In an attempt to make Karen feel better about a pimple, Zee recounts her embarrassing transition into magichood – and the rift it created between her and her father.
Saturday, Nov. 30
11:15 a.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#RageCat”
Jessica Cruz is convinced she can find the purr-fect forever home for Dexter, a cat who has been deemed unadoptable because he’s basically the worst cat in the world.
Monday, Dec. 16
12:00 p.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#TheGoodTheBadAndTheBizarre” Everything is going well for Kara Danvers, both as a teen and a superhero, until she starts taking the blame for things she didn’t do, and the emergence of a new supervillain threatens to destroy Supergirl’s hard-earned reputation
Tuesday, Dec. 17
12:00 p.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#BackInAFlash” After an embarrassing incident ruins Barbara Gordon’s reputation, rather than owning it and moving on, she decides it’s easier to harness The Flash’s newly discovered ability to travel back in time and alter the space-time continuum.
Wednesday, Dec. 18
12:00 p.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#PowerSurge” When Supergirl is presumed dead after a battle with Livewire, Kara Danvers decides to reinvent herself with a new look, a new personality, and a new name, Power Girl.
Thursday, Dec. 19
12:00 p.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#ScrambledEggs” Thanks to a home economics assignment, the students are paired up and given an egg to “care for” over a weekend. But when tragedy befalls egg after egg, what should be an easy assignment escalates into a madcap romp with super-high stakes!
Friday, Dec. 20
12:00 p.m. (ET/PT) DC Super Hero Girls “#DramaQueen” Oliver Queen must face off against his greatest rival yet, Mortimer Drake, while Green Arrow also finds himself up against a new foe, The Cavalier.
Saving the day is super easy when you’re a Super Hero. But stopping evil in its tracks while keeping up grades and managing a social life, all before curfew? Ugh. That’s, like, super tough. DC Super Hero Girls are more than crime-fighting besties, they’re a diverse group of dedicated super-teens! Working together, they fight the battles of Metropolis and the battles of growing, up all at the same time. Always discovering new ways to control their powers and abilities, these awesome girls are quickly learning (sometimes the hard way) how to deal with the super challenges of being a teenage Super Hero.
We all have the power to make a difference. Just make sure to use it for good or you’ll find yourself up against those tenacious teens, the DC Super Hero Girls.
The first thirteen episodes of DC Super Hero Girls are now available to stream on Netflix in the US.