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Super Shorts are listed by airdate. Production numbers are listed in individual webisode pages when revealed.
Heroes: Characters that are superheroes currently in high school and beyond.
Villains: Usually the opposition to the Heroes, but more often than not, the plot also revolves around these characters at times.
Supporting Cast: Any supporting characters that appear.
Beasts: Any animals that appear.
Objects: Non-characters that appear.
Places: Places visited by characters or mentioned.
The Super Shorts can be viewed for free at DCSuperHeroGirls at YouTube as they release starting January 17, 2019.
Batgirl is desperate for adventure and can't wait to join Wonder Woman, Supergirl and the rest of the gang as they attempt to stop Mr Freeze's latest sinister plot.
Whilst hosting a sleepover, Barbara Gordan discovers that Kara takes sleepwalking to a whole new level when she starts sleep-flying.
When the Bat-Signal appears in Metropolis, Barbara Gordon finally has the chance to show off why she'd be the perfect sidekick to the caped crusader.
It's Barbara Gordon's turn to take care of the school mascot Hammy the hamster, who she has to look after while working at the Burrito Bucket. What could go wrong?
Batgirl finds herself in trouble with Poison Ivy when her reinforcement, Diana Prince, can't understand her text messages.
Kara Danvers sets out for picture day at school in a nice dress but the heroing she must do along the way leaves her looking more punk than pretty.
Zee Zatara's attempts to help Barbara Gordon see eye to eye with her father backfire when her magic spell doesn't work as planned.
Karen Beecher needs to get to class to preserve her perfect attendance but can't get out of her malfunctioning Bumblebee suit.
Batgirl's malfunctioning gadgets cause her to lose confidence in her abilities.
Jessica Cruz and Diana Prince stage an intervention when Barbara Gordon's gadgets threaten to take over their hideout.
Karen Beecher takes her new gig as hall monitor very seriously, which puts her in direct conflict with cocky rule-breaker Hal Jordan.