Parents' Guide to

DC Super Hero Girls

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Site's characters have superpowers; its content doesn't.

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The site places a strong emphasis on being a smart, successful (super) woman -- a solid message to share with young girls -- and kids won't find objectionable content on the site. But they also won't find all that much to do. Kids can watch a few brief videos, read about the characters, and view and like images of them. They can play a game, take a quiz, download three chapters of a book about the superheroes, and check out what an upcoming line of figurines will look like. But that's about it. DC Super Hero Girls is still new; the site launched in October 2015, and a press release that accompanied the launch promised new animated content would be posted on a regular basis -- so in time, its video and game library may grow. Until it does, kids may not make many repeat visits to the site. But parents can rest assured they'll have a positive, safe experience if they do.

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