The League of Super-Pets, led by Krypto the Super-Dog, is ready for action ahead of their cute and cuddly 2022 film debut.
All dogs go to Hollywood
I’ve always been a big dog person. When I was a little kid I had a VHS tape of some old Adventures of Superboy episodes that I would watch over and over again, mainly because of Krypto. This was also right around the time that I started to become interested in comics. I knew that all my Superfriends had slightly more grown-up adventures in the comics but I was not yet sure what that meant exactly. So naturally, I went to my father for clarification:
“Yes, Superman is a reporter in the comics. No, he does not have a ‘Justice Jogger’.”
“What about Krypto, Daddy?”
“Oh, he was in the comics but then Alan Moore killed him.”
“Well, technically I think it was John Byrne’s evil plan, but Moore definitely did the deed.”
“Yep, and according to this issue of Newsweek, America just voted to kill off Robin too.”
It was a different time. Comic Book Death was much more final back then. Thankfully for younger Krypto lovers, I doubt we will have to worry about that kind of trauma being inflicted on us again anytime soon.
That’ll do, pets
A-listers like Kevin Hart, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, and the dog himself, Dwayne Johnson highlight the voice talent for this timeless tale of a loyal dog out to rescue his master with the help of some good pals. Of course, there’ll be the pre-requisite pee jokes too.
DC League of Super-Pets will be padding its way to theaters in May 2022.
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