The DC Super Hero Girls line has repurposed a couple of villains as heroes, and getting her second set in the latest wave of sets is Harley Quinn. Continue reading Review: Harley Quinn Dorm – LEGO DC Super Hero Girls (41236)
Bumblebee might not be a superhero you’ve heard of before (I certainly hadn’t), but I’m glad that she has been included in the DC Super Hero Girls line up as she adds some much needed ethnic diversity to the range. Continue reading DC Super Hero Girls LEGO Bumblebee Helicopter Set (41234)
Lashina is a DC character I had never heard of before, but she has been included in the DC Super Hero Girls line of toys – and has her own stand-alone LEGO set.
She is in fact an established character, created by comic book legend Jack Kirby in the seventies. Seen in various guises over the years, she is now part of the DC Super Hero Girls – but as one of the few villains.
This DC Super Hero Girls LEGO set is notable for a few reasons. It features Harley Quinn – a notable ‘villain’ in the DC universe, but here more of a mischievous hero. It also has the only male character of the current wave of DC Super Hero Girls LEGO (and possibly the whole line?) – Steve Trevor, here a coffee shop waiter but more commonly known as Wonder Woman’s on/off love interest (he’s played by Chris Pine in the live action movie).
But what I really love about this set is the ‘story’ it represents: It’s called Harley Quinn to The Rescue, and it nicely gender flips the classic cliched scenario. Here we have a DUDE in distress, being rescued by a female hero. Continue reading DC Super Hero Girls LEGO: Harley Quinn to The Rescue set (41231)
A fun little set featuring, the most iconic female superhero of all, is this DC Super Hero Girls LEGO Wonder Woman Dorm.
It’s a collection of 3 standalone dorm room elements – bed, wardrobe, invisible bike with stand – plus the Wonder Woman minifigure. Continue reading DC Super Hero Girls LEGO Wonder Woman Dorm Set (41235) review