Please refresh the page and retry. But for one year-old girl, DC Comics' attempts to improve diversity in its fictitious universe don't go far enough. A young comics fan, identified only as Rowan, has written to the company - the publisher behind Batman, Superman, Lex Luther and Green Lantern - asking why it makes so few female action figures. Rowan goes on to explain that she recently received some Japanese-inspired "Chibi" action figures for her birthday, which were based on the Justice League.
11-year-old tells DC Comics: 'Girls read comics too'
DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: Meet Wonder Woman from DC Super Hero Girls ()
They may be cute, but as you can see in the CBR-exclusive clip from the animated movie, they're no joke. Here's the official synopsis:. Suspecting foul-play, they band together to retrace their steps and uncover the mystery of who exactly stole their memories — and what nefarious plan might be afoot? Brain Drain is the latest in the franchise's series of direct-to-video movie releases, and while it won't be the last, the students of Super Hero High School will see even more action in the near future.
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