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Krypto the Superdog 

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The adventures of the Kryptonian superhero dog and his friends.
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 Krypto / ... 39 episodes, 2005-2006
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 Andrea / ... 14 episodes, 2005-2006
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 Stretch-O-Mutt 13 episodes, 2005-2006
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Prior to Kal-El being sent from the Planet Krypton prior to its destruction, Jor-El sent the boy's beloved dog, Krypto, up first as the passenger of a test rocket. However, an accident sent the dog into suspended animation until his rocket arrived at Earth, years after Kal-El's arrival. Gaining the standard Kryptonian powers in the planet's yellow sun environment, Krypto soon gets adopted by a lonely boy, Kevin Whitney with the personal permission of Superman. Now together with new found allies, Ace The Bathound and Streaky the Supercat, Krypto fights the forces of evil which include the animal companions of Lex Luthor and The Catwoman. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Version of Supergirl IV: The Submerged Tangled Web (2014) See more »

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Really not that bad...
28 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

OK, I tried to fight the urge to watch this cartoon. I'm 22, I don't need to watch this show. I had assumed it was for kids. After all, it was on Cartoon Network, it was a kid friendly superman 'toon. So, on a bored early morning, I caught the episode, and like watching a train wreck, couldn't resist.

That was the first time. I've since watched about four or five episodes, and I have to finally come to a conclusion, the series really isn't that bad.

First, the good: The animation is crisp and colorful, and while it isn't on par with old "Looney Tunes" (good example 'What's Opera Doc?'), it stands head over tails with "Pokemon". The characters are fun and colorful. I know that I've used colorful twice, but to be fair, there is a slew of characters that really attempt to breath life into the mythos of Superman's best animal friend. It's been too long since kids have had a friendly, non-competitive, and overall good cartoon character. Too often the violence and sensuality in cartoons geared for kids has become more and more present. If you want examples see: Spongebob Squarepants, Fairly Oddparents, Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius, Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Ed, Edd and Eddy to name a few. Krypto isn't a dark and mysterious hero, he's a dog. He has a cat sidekick. He has an owner who loves him. And he's SUPERMAN'S DOG! It's every kid's dream come true, and is actually fun to watch. The antics are harmless, full of real slapstick not the borderline uber-violent slapstick, and full of vibrancy and life. The creators really seem to care about the product, and it shows through and through. Finally, the cartoon honestly pays tribute to the Superfriends of days gone by with various sound effects included on Krypto will make nostalgic viewers reminisce about the good old days of Black Vulcan and Bizzarro Superman.

Now, in the interest of fairness The Bad: The episodes are short, sweet, and basically kid friendly. If you've seen "Baby Looney Tunes", you've got an idea of what you might be in for. This is KID FRIENDLY, in the truest since of the word, which means, unless you're in the age made for it, or you're bored, or you're a die hard Supes fan this show will probably be boring, and not worth watching, unless you spend time to get into it. It will take a few episodes to get into the series, most likely. The dialogue is sometimes cheezy, and sometimes just makes you laugh at the ridiculousness of it all.

Overall I'd give Krypto an 8 out of 10. It's worth watching, and fun for the Kids.


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