DC and Random House Partner to Create Graphic Novels for Young Girls
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DC Comics has announced an "unprecedented" scheme to repackage its female superheroes and supervillains for girls aged 6-12. The initiative will introduce a new, cartoonish aesthetic for the characters, with stories focusing on their formative years "prior to discovering their full super power potential." Characters including Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Batgirl will be part of the scheme, with the full range of planned products intended to include graphic novels, action figures, TV specials (but not a full animated series), online-only content, toys, and apparel.