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Poll: Superhero Dogs

Every super boy needs a super dog. And Jack-Jack of Incredibles 2 (2018) seems to be quite a handful. Maybe a super dog would help keeping track of the kid; because of a dog’s natural superior sense of smell, hearing, speed, agility, reflexes and the ability to feel vibrations in the ground, it is almost impossible to surprise a dog. What is your favorite superhero dog that you would like to give Jack-Jack? If you want to talk about the topic, walk your dog to this page.

EFI means “Endurance, Fidelity, Intelligence.”

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    Tom Welling and Bud the Dog in Smallville (2001)

    Krypto, Superman’s super dog. His powers are the same as Superman’s.
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    Wally Cox in Underdog (1964)

    Underdog - the difference between the tv show and the movie characters is so vast that two entries can be justified.
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    Jason Lee in Underdog (2007)

    Underdog - the difference between the tv show and the movie characters is so vast that two entries can be justified.
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    Bolt (2008)

    Bolt (from the tv show in the movie) has super strength, super speed, heat vision and super bark in the tv show and super love for his owner Penny. He is intelligent and adaptive.
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    John Leeson in Doctor Who (1963)

    K-9 - A laser out of his nose, super computer intelligence, his ears are both used for super hearing and radar.
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    The Adventures of Tintin (1991)

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    Scott McNeil in Krypto the Superdog (2005)

    Ace the Bat Hound - This dog has changed breeds many times in the history of this character. But the dog has superior intelligence.
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    Rin Tin Tin

    Rin Tin Tin - a real World War One hero. EFI
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    Tobey Maguire in Cats & Dogs (2001)

    Lou - a part of a secret society to protect humans.
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    Alec Baldwin, Tobey Maguire, and Joe Pantoliano in Cats & Dogs (2001)

    Butch - a part of a secret society to protect humans.
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    Chris O'Donnell and James Marsden in Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010)

    Diggs - a part of a secret society to protect humans.
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    Ed Asner and Bob Peterson in Up (2009)

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    Kevin Bacon, Juliette Brewer, Sandra Dickinson, and William Roberts in Balto (1995)

    Togo, Balto, and all the dogs of the 1925 serum run to Nome, also known as “The Great Race Of Mercy”, aka, The Iditarod, even though Togo is not shown in the film. EFI.
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    PAW Patrol (2013)

    PAW Patrol - All the dogs - also a salute to all the dogs who aid in rescue recovery efforts after a disaster or aid disabled people. EFI
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    Megan Leavey in Megan Leavey (2017)

    The real Rex. EFI, Semper fidelis.
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    Don Messick in Jonny Quest (1964)

    Bandit - owner Jonny Quest. While having no super powers at all and was being used as mainly comic relief in the show Jonny Quest (1964), this dog pocessed the uncanny ability to find clues and objects everyone missed. This character was the inspiration for the character Scooby-doo.
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    Lassie (2005)

    Lassie - Why not? This dog has been around for how long? Over a hundred years? And has been through so much that you might as well call the dog immortal.
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    G.I. Joe: The Revenge of Cobra (1984)

    Junkyard who worked with the G.I. Joe character codenamed, believe it or not, “Mutt” who was a man known to bite people.
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    Super Friends (1973)

    Wonder Dog - the first appearance of this dog was in Super Friends (1973) tv show and has appeared in 6 issues of “Super Friends” comic books. Owner is Marvin White and originally a friend to Wendy Harris. Officially integrated into the DC comic universe when he, Marvin and Wendy had appeared on the cover of Teen Titans vol. 3 #62 (2008). However, the 2008 reboot did not go well as he gets bigger and stronger with every innocent death. It gets revealed he was a hellhound created by Ares’ son, King Lycus, whose goal is to destroy Wonder Girl. The Teen Titans had to put him down. The dog has made his movie appearance as the dj at the Justice league party in The Lego Batman Movie (2017). Miss Martian gave the dog his name.
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    Inhumans (2017)

    Lockjaw - increase intelligence and the power of teleportation.
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    Benicio Del Toro in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

    Cosmo - According to the research source, in the comics, this telepathic Russian space dog escaped from the Collector and joined with the Guardians of the Galaxy team. Cosmo linked their thoughts together to form better communications. He had often fought with Rocket in the comics.
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    Police Dog (1955)

    Rex The Wonder Dog - the research source said DC comics ran this Comicbook in 1955 about a marine German shepard service dog who received super soldier serum (like Marvel’s Captain America) and later became a police detective dog. The project has been announced to bring him to the tv or movie screen. Also this is to honor all those police and marine dogs. EFI
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    Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern (2011)

    Streak The Wonder Dog - sorry no picture. But Streak is the very first ‘Wonder Dog’ in comic book history (Green Lantern I #30, February 1948) and he belonged to Alan Scott / Green Lantern. Streak even replaced Alan on some of the Green Lantern covers and got his own series too. The dog has yet to make his tv or movie debuts.
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    Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool (2016)

    Wilson/Dogpool - Believe it or not, the merc with the mouth has a dog named Wilson or dogpool. According to the storyline, the dog is originally from an alternate universe where he was being experimented on by a cosmetic company with a formula that is like Captain America’s super soldier serum. But they were looking for a different result. The dog develops the ability to heal super fast and regenerate. Deadpool rescues the dog from that universe and brings him into ours. The dog has yet to make his film appearence in tv or movies.
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    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)

    Fluffy - ok, he is really Cerberus from Greek Mythology. But hey, he is a fantastic watchdog! He is just a little vulnerable to harp music and cake.
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    C.H.O.M.P.S. (1979)

    C.H.omP.S. (stands for Canine Home Protection System) - a robotic dog with super strength, super speed, imitates sounds (including police sirens), super bite, super jump, breaks through walls, catches cars, and over 100 voice commands triggered by a number (100 = Karate jump). It has family dog and watchdog modes (21). It doesn’t shed or require walks.
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    Dynomutt Dog Wonder (1976)

    Dynomutt - Dog Wonder a robotic or cyborg dog. His owner is millionaire Radley Crowne, The Blue Falcon (it was done at a time when a millionaire was more like today’s billionaire.) the dog has various super human abilities including flight. But the dog is clumsy. (Added June 23, 2018.)

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