FROM AUSTRALIA TO AMERICA FANS OF ALL AGES GATHER IN CITIES AROUND THE WORLD TO SET A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR MOST PEOPLE DRESSED AS DC COMICS SUPER HEROES IN 24-HOUR PERIOD
Los Angeles to be Final City of DC COMICS SUPER HERO WORLD RECORD EVENT as Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment Aim to Set Guinness World Record Around the Globe
Los Angeles, Calif. to be the final city in an attempt to set a Guinness world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as DC Comics Super Heroes around the world within a 24 hour period. At the event, fans dressed as DC Comics Super Heroes* will gather to celebrate with interactive games and activities inspired by the famed world of DC Comics before formally attempting to set the world record.
The DC Comics Super Hero World Record Event will kick off on April 18, 2015 in Queensland, Australia and will culminate in Los Angeles, CA, USA. Additional events will take place, within a 24 hour period, around the world in:
Fans will join Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Hot Topic in Los Angeles for the final global event to set a new Guinness world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as DC Comics Super Heroes within a 24 hour period.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Event: 10:00 AM PT – 12:00 PM PT
Hollywood & Highland Center
6801 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
*NOTE* Parking will not be validated
World Record Details: To participate, DC Comics fans must dress from head-to-toe as an instantly recognized Super Hero that has been featured in a DC Comics published book, television program or film. The DC Comics Super Hero universe includes Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Batgirl, Supergirl, Aquaman, Cyborg, Robin, Green Arrow, and many more. Both homemade costumes as well as official costumes from licensees and official event retail partners will be considered as long as they are a full representation of the Super Hero and are as close to the original DC Comics Super Hero’s costume as possible. The world record will be set once fans gather in the assigned area at each local event and stay there for a full five minutes to be counted towards the record.