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Adventure Comics #210 (DC, 1955), the first appearance of Krypto.
There have been a lot of famous dogs in the history of popular fiction, and even in the history of comic books.  Among superdog companions, Bulletdog might be the first.  Among DC Comics superdogs, Streak the Wonder Dog first appeared in 1948 and it can plausibly be said that he took over for Green Lantern. [...]
DC League Of Super-Pets Cast: Keanu, Hart, Karsinski, Bayer & More
Johnson will voice Krypto. Writer-director Jared Stern is behind the film, from Warner Bros and Warner Animation Group Sam Levine is co-director Patricia Hicks, Stern and Seven Bucks' Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Hiram Garcia are producing John Requa, Glenn Ficarra, and Nicholas Stoller are executive producing Deadline had the news. DC League of Super-Pets[...]
Dwayne Johnson To Voice Krypto In Super-Pets Animated Film
He will lend a voice to Krypto The Superdog, the animated film DC League of Super-Pets He will also produce through his Seven Bucks production company Of course, he is currently filming Black Adam on the live-action DC side of things, so it looks like they may have themselves a long-term deal with one of[...]
Ace the Bathound in Batman #92, title splash artwork by Sheldon Moldoff, DC Comics 1955.
The 1950s was the decade of the dogs at DC Comics.  Rex the Wonder Dog had his own comic book series in the era, while Superman's dog Krypto and Ace the Bat-Hound debuted less than 3 months apart in 1955.  But while Krypto is practically a household name, and Rex's original run has garnered some[...]
DC Comics Future State Week Two
Now, she was all hopped up on Nirodhium at the time… Future State: Superman Of Metropolis #1 You know, the stuff that does bad things to pure Kryptonians… Future State: Superman Of Metropolis #1 …and makes them instinctively aggressive Nobody say Red Kryptonite, okay? But it suggests there was something there already And in today's Future State: Kara Zor-El:[...]
Titans presents a first-look at Red Hood (Image: HBO Max)
From there, Joshua Orpin aka Conner aka Superboy introduced the world to the series newest Krypto, Pepsi, and shared his heart-warming backstory And the one person who's been threading all of the updates together with regular looks behind the scenes at the production is director of photography and cinematographer Boris Mojsovski– offering perspectives on filming that[...]
Titans star Joshua Orpin introduced the world to the newest Krypto (Image: WarnerMedia)
In the post below, Orpin introduces the world to the series newest Krypto, Pepsi. Titans star Joshua Orpin introduced the world to the newest Krypto (Image: WarnerMedia) As you're about to see, Pepsi was a Missouri stray who was rescued from a shelter by Lucky 13 Rescue and fostered at a boarding kennel until trainer Melissa Millett[...]
Krypto The Superdog Reprinted For DC Kids Line
Krypto the Superdog was a Warner Bros cartoon for the Cartoon Network and then Kids WB from 2005 to 2007, with two series with 39 episodes in total The show was developed by producers Alan Burnett and Paul Dini, who had produced the successful Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series But rather than continuing in[...]