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The CW version of Supergirl is getting the Lego treatment.
The minifigure, seen above, will be part of special DC FanDome merchandise that will hit this weekend as part of the all-things-DC virtual convention.
DC and parent division WarnerMedia are launching an online store that will feature FanDome exclusives, limited-edition merch, original artwork and comic cover art to create customizable collections, new Warner Bros. film art, among others.
And there will be a Lego Supergirl.
The minifigure won’t be part of the store per se but part of a special sweepstakes. The offering is akin to the exclusive minifigs that Lego would offer yearly at San Diego Comic-Con and are always sought-after by collectors. The rules can be found here.
Supergirl has already been a minifig before but this is the first time the brick build will be in the more darker toned of the long-running CW series that stars Melissa Benoist as the titular character.
As far as wares at the FanDome store, there will be a Lego shop, Wonder Woman 1984 lifestyle products, EleVen by Venus Williams x Wonder Woman exclusives, and DRAWN: Black DC Super Heroes with Ken Lashley and Denys Cowan art. The official DC FanDome store launches August 22 at 10 AM PST at shop.dcfandome.com and runs through September 13 at 12 PM.
Among the Lego offering will be a Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah set that not only features those characters but also Princess Diana’s friend, Etta Candy. The set will go on pre-sale August 22 and retails for $39.99.
Check out the set below.
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