Super Hero High will premiere on Boomerang March 19, featuring the lineup of female superheroes from DC Super Hero Girls, the new comic universe from Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation, and Mattel. In addition to the hour-long special, exclusive shorts inspired are also now available to view on the Cartoon Network video app. [Read more...]
Disguise Inc.’s Halloween costume line-up for this year includes popular characters for the entire family based on theatrical blockbusters, popular television shows, pop culture, and more.
This year’s line-up includes toddler and children’s costumes for Elsa, Anna, and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen, as well as an adult Elsa costume. From Disney’s Maleficent, Maleficent and Aurora costumes are available in sizes for children and adults. Disney Junior properties such as Sofia the First and Doc McStuffins have costumes in baby, toddler, and child sizes.
The classic Minnie Mouse costume is available in sizes ranging from baby to adult. Super Mario Bros fans can dress up as their favorite characters including Mario, Luigi, and Princess Peach. Costumes for Bumblebee and Optimus Prime from Hasbro’s Transformers are available in baby to adult sizes.
Children and adult fans of Hasbro’s My Little Pony can dress up as their favorite characters, including Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie. Accessories and costumes for Saban’s Power Rangers span from baby, to child, to adult.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise, based on the upcoming animated series, features new designs for favorite Transformers such as Bumblebee and Sideswipe, as well as new characters including Underbite and Strongarm. Meanwhile, the Transformers Generations line gets a new theme next year: Combiner Wars, which lets fans build Combiner figures such as Superion and Menasor, or customize their own. Voyager Scale figures act as the torso, while interchangeable Deluxe Scale figures serve as the arms and legs.
Fans of Transformers products will now be able to purchase dresses, fashion and athletic tops, tanks, and leggings featuring popular characters such as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and the Dinobots. The clothing line will be available in the U.S. and Canada at retailers such as Hot Topic and online at heruniverse.com.
Ashley Eckstein, who launched Her Universe with The Araca Group in 2010, wanted to create a line that appeals to female viewers because this demographic is often overlooked in the Transformers product lineup.