We present preliminary results on multi-wavelength observations of the Wolf-Rayet Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxy He2–10. These observations include Hα and continuum imaging, high-resolution Hα spectroscopy, high-resolution radio-continuum mapping at 6.3 and 3.5 cm and X-ray mapping. The deep Hα image reveals that the galaxy consists of a complex system of different star-forming knots surrounded by kpc-scale bubble-like and filamentary structures. The most interesting structure is a bipolar superbubble centered on the most intense star-formation knot. High-resolution spectroscopy of this structure indicates that it is expanding with a velocity in the range 75–250 km s−1. This kind of outflows is likely to be produced by the mechanical action of stellar winds and supernovae explosions in the intense starbursts that the galaxy hosts. This scenario is consistent with the finding of a very steep radio spectral index in the extended radio continuum emission (α = −0.59) that confirms the presence of a large number of supernova remnants in the galaxy.