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DC rolls out Kids Super Hero Month

DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products are celebrating its DC Super Hero Girls brand throughout April, with a string of special online programming.

Designed especially for younger readers, DC Kids Super Hero Month will boast new content across the official DC Super Hero Girls site, social media and app.

Dedicated social media channels for Justice League Action and Teen Titans Go! will also launch for kids to get involved with.

The programme will also be cantered around Super Hero Training Camp exercises, which will encourage kids to reach their best by using DC superheroes characters as inspiration with lessons focussing on kindness, friendship and more.

Retail partners including Toys R Us, Amazon and Target and manufacturers including Mattel and LEGO will also take part in the promotion, while additional sweepstakes will also run throughout April. 

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