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Fans Unbox DC Super Hero Girls Toys

Fans Unbox DC Super Hero Girls Toys

By Amy Ratcliffe Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

Unless you're a collector who likes to keep your action figures in boxes on shelves, the best part of buying a toy is busting it open. There's nothing quite like ripping open a blister pack and tearing off the cardboard to get an action figure. Toys based on the characters attending Super Hero High in DC Super Hero Girls flew onto shelves at the beginning of March, and fans of all ages have been "rescuing" the action figures, action dolls and role play merchandise from stores ever since. You only need to look for DC Super Hero Girls on sites like Instagram to see dozens of excited girls and boys posing with their favorite hero.

We looked around YouTube to find a few videos from fans of them unboxing their DC Super Hero Girls toys. Why? Well, it’s fun to see girls lose it over seeing the toys, but it’s also a great way to get a closer look at what's available. They might help you decide what to make room for on your shelf or what to purchase for the young fans in your life.

We're starting with Angie's Toy Channel. Angie found all six action dolls at Target—Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee and Poison Ivy—and unboxes each and every one. Angie works with her mom to make her video. She shows off all the accessories for each figure and talks about what she likes best about each doll.

TheEngineeringFamily goes over the highlights of all the action figures—the same characters that are 12-inch action dolls are available as six-inch figures. Their video shows the range of poses for each action figure and highlights accessories for each toy. It also has mini-bios for each character!

Mother and daughter team Mommy and Gracie collect all sorts of toys, and they busted open a Batgirl action doll to take a closer look.

Do you have an unboxing video? We want to see it. Be sure to share it on social media with the hashtag #DCSuperHeroGirls and tag @DCSuperHeroGirl on Twitter and @DCSuperHeroGirls on Instagram! And of course, keep an eye here on DCComics.com each and every week for more on DC Super Hero Girls!