Do you love Chuck Taylors and swear your allegiance to a particular DC Comics superhero? The eighth collaboration between Converse and Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment introduce new Chuck Taylor All Star DC Comics designs. There’s one for Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and the Justice League. These four have been illustrated by renowned DC Comics artists, which fans of the comic books are sure to appreciate.

The Wonder Woman sneaker features artwork made by Jim Lee, co-publisher of DC Entertainment. Like the other shoes from this line, it features two different images of Wonder Woman on its sides. It also has the Wonder Woman logo printed on the tongue and laces. This pair is available for the ladies with sizing from five to eight.

Wonder Woman

The Batman sneaker has artwork on it done by British comic artist Jock. Again it has two different designs on either side of the shoe and you get the iconic Batman logo on the tongue of the sneaker, the inner lining, and even the laces. Talk about attention to detail. This pair comes in sizes seven to 11 for the men.


If you’re more of a fan of Superman, his pair of sneaks feature artwork done by Kenneth Rocafort. You also get to different versions of Superman on either side of the shoe. His Kryptonian symbol for hope (which we assumed stood for Superman) appear on the tongue of the shoe. This pair is also available in sizes seven to 11 for the guys.


The last new design features the Justice League with the team of DC Comics Super Heroes adorning both sides of the shoe. Andy Kubert did the illustrations you see on the shoe. Like the others, the Justice League logo is seen on the tongue of the shoe. It comes with both black and white laces and is also available in sizes seven to 11 for the men.

Justice League

All of the new designs retail for P3,510 and they are already available at local Converse stores if you want to check them out.

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Nicole calls herself an accidental techie that has learned to love all things consumer tech since she started with this line of work around seven years ago. In her spare time, she devours books, TV shows, movies, and a large amount of Japan-related entertainment.