DETROIT - Kia Motors has some of the most eye catching cars on display at the North American International Auto Show, thanks to their partnership with DC Comics.
The automaker and the comic book publisher have joined forces to raise awareness for DC Entertainment's "We Can Be Heroes" campaign that is working to fight hunger in the Horn of Africa.
Four of the cars were unveiled at the 2012 SEMA Show in October in Las Vegas. A fifth, featuring Batman, was unveiled two weeks earlier at the Time Warner Center in New York.
They feature paint jobs and graphics inspired by DC Comic's iconic Justice League of America, including Batman and Green Lantern. Other heroes featured in the campaign include Cyborg, Flash and Aquaman.
You can find out more information about the We Can Be Heroes campaign at www.WeCanBeHeroes.org .
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