Next Episode of DC Super Hero Girls is
DC Super Hero Girls features teenage versions of many female DC characters, all of whom attend a high school for superheroes run by Principal Amanda Waller. DC released a teaser for the cartoon last week and aired two more episodes to coincide with this weekend's New York Comic-Con. Characters featured in DC Super Hero Girls include Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn and Bumblebee.
The school's official greeting video hosted by Principal Waller. Principal Waller introduces the school and curriculum to potential new students.
Wonder Woman arrives at Super Hero High. Waller introduces Bumblebee as the Ambassador to New Students. Bumblebee gives Wonder Woman the tour of Super Hero High and introduces her to some of the main Supers.
Wonder Woman meets her new dorm-mate, Harley Quinn. Harley is obsessed with the new girl, but Wonder Woman just wants some peace and quiet so she can study. In the end, Wonder Woman and Harley hit off their unexpected friendship.
Wonder Woman is introduced to an important rite-of-passage for all new students at the school: creating your own iconic super hero suit. But super suit design is not Wonder Woman's forte.
It's Wonder Woman's first day of Flyer's Ed and her chance to prove to Red Tornado, the instructor, what a great flyer she is. But her lap through the aerial obstacle course is fraught with disaster when Cheetah takes control of Wonder Woman's flight safety belt.
Harley Quinn reveals she made a tribute video for her friends, which they learn is a montage of them screwing up while using their powers. Their embarrassment is heightened when they learn Harley has accidentally uploaded the video and it's gone viral! Seeing the absurdity and laughing at herself, Wonder Woman breaks the girls' stunned, mortified silence. The laugh catches on. Because of Wonder Woman's leadership, all the girls who were initially embarrassed are able to laugh at themselves.
Wonder Woman finishes her super suit for Crazy Quilt's class and it's time to try it out. But the suit is a mish-mash of super hero tropes and isn't practical for saving the day. Her attempts to respond to a Save the Day drill end in disaster as her suit trips her up.
Principal Waller tells Poison Ivy that she needs to join a club in order to fulfill her extracurricular requirements. However, clubs are not introverted Ivy's idea of fun. Hawkgirl and Bumblebee invite Ivy to join the Junior Detective Society. Miss Martian and Starfire give Ivy the pitch for the Model United Planets. Katana and Beast Boy want her for Band Club. But then, the glimmering test tubes of Science Club catch Ivy's eye. Ivy adds her name to the sign-up sheet manned by Frost and Flash. Later, during the first Science Club meeting, Ivy shows off her modified plants, which creates chaos for Star Sapphire. Ivy grins - clubs are fun!
It's demonstration day in Lucius Fox's Weaponomics class. Catwoman wields her whip. Hawkgirl swings her mace. But when Wonder Woman demonstrates her lasso, a sneaky maneuver from Cheetah causes her to lasso Mr. Fox, who spills his secrets in the lasso's grip. The incident leads to Wonder Woman getting detention!
It's time for Wonder Woman to reveal her new super suit for Crazy Quilt's final grade. Bumblebee, Harley and Ivy watch from the sidelines in support of their friend. Wonder Woman steps onto the catwalk and reveals her new outfit. But before Crazy Quilt announces Wonder Woman's grade, the Save the Day alarm buzzes! Wearing her new costume, Wonder Woman leads Bumble Bee, Harley, and Ivy on a mission to save the day! They must save Mr. Fox who's stuck on top of the Amethyst! The girls save their teacher, but in the process, Wonder Woman discovers that Cheetah was behind this malicious deed. In the grip of Wonder Woman's lasso, Cheetah confesses all her crimes.
Principal Waller makes her monthly announcement where she anoints a student as the Hero of the Month. This month, the H.O.M is Wonder Woman. Waller shows a video montage of Wonder Woman's exploits, which is mix of big heroic moments, and the small beats of friendship, laughter and fun. Wonder Woman's heroism isn't just about superpowers, but also about the amazing, caring person she is.
Tara Strong(Poison Ivy)
Yvette Nicole Brown(Principal Amanda Waller)
Danica McKellar(Killer Frost)
Greg Cipes(Beast Boy)
Mae Whitman(Batgirl/Barbara Gordon)
Karen Strassman(Star Sapphire)
Josh Keaton(Flash/Barry Allen)
Grey DeLisle(Wonder Woman)
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