DC Super Hero Girls Now Available at Target

DC Super Hero Girls Dolls

The DC Super Hero Girls merchandise collection is now available at Target.com and in stores at the U.S. retailer. Target.com also ships outside the USA through the Borderfree shipping service. Given the current state of the Canadian dollar, I’ll be waiting for the dolls to be sold locally.

Target has a deal to offer a “first-look at the “DC Super Hero Girls” merchandise collection, featuring a special assortment of merchandise across multiple categories, including toys and dress up, apparel and accessories, publishing and more, to be sold exclusively at Target, beginning in March.” (Target Corporate)

The DC Super Hero Girls global merchandise program will hit retail worldwide beginning July 2016, at which point the products will be available in Toys ‘R’ Us, Wal-Mart and the usual toy outlets. It looks like Katana won’t be available until summer.

Below is a preview of the cosplay items and casual apparel for the tween set which are available at Target, in addition to the 12-inch action dolls and 6-inch action figures.

One of the few items that’s not exclusive to Target is the first book in the middle-school series, Wonder Woman at Super Hero High. This will be followed by Supergirl at Super Hero High on July 5 and more books will follow in 2017.

Target DCSHG Batgirl Utility Belt 50175104

Batgirl Utility Belt

Target DCSHG Wonder Woman Shield 50174969

Wonder Woman Shield

Slingshot Flying Supergirl

Slingshot Flying Supergirl

Target DCSHG Slingshot Flying Batgirl 50174907

Slingshot Flying Batgirl

Target DCSHG 50465657


Target DCSHG Batgirl Tee

Batgirl Tee

Target DCSHG WW Dress

Wonder Woman Dress

Target DCSHG Super Strong Logo Top

Super Strong Logo Top

Target DCSHG Courage Heart Brains Top

Courage Heart Brains Top

Target DCSHG Short


Target DCSHG Dress up Kit 50634120

Supergirl Dress-up Kit

Target DCSHG Dress up Kit 50634116

Batgirl Dress-up Kit

Target DCSHG Dress up Kit 50634121

Wonder Woman Dress-up Kit

Michelle Bacon

Michelle loves comics and code. A lifelong Superfamily fan, she's been collecting comics for 20 years, and running Supergirl: Maid of Might since 2000.

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