DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year | Full Movie

DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year
  • TV-Y7
  • 1h 12m
  • 2016
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It's time for the annual Hero of the Year ceremony and the students of Super Hero High compete for the top prize. But the festivities take a turn when Dark Opal targets the heroes and steals some of their most valued possessions to form the ultimate weapon! It's up to the students at Super Hero High to spring into action! But can Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl and Bumblebee stop Dark Opal and his mysterious partner in crime to save the day?
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Common Sense Says
Action-packed teen superhero tale has comic book violence.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year is the first feature-length movie based on two seasons of DC Super Hero Girls, very short "webisodes" that aired online in 2015 and 2016. The movie also ties in with the DC Comics-Time Warner-Mattel release of action figures and products related to the high school-age versions of established female comic book characters, both heroes and villains. Audiences meet perennial favorites (i.e., Super Girl, Bat Girl, Wonder Woman) as kids and get a glimpse of their backstories, family relationships, and individual personalities. Though focused on the girls, this film doesn't stint on the superhero action. There are enough battles, explosions, evildoers, and threats to the planet to satisfy cartoon action fans and to keep the story moving swiftly. In this first film installment, the antagonists come from outside of Super Hero High, so the ethnically diverse schoolmates (familiar as "good" guys and "bad" guys) must band together to defeat them. This is OK for kids who are comfortable with pretend vs. real violence.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Kids, Animation, Franchise
  • Release Date:August 23, 2016
  • Highest Available for Purchase:HD

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