Krypto the Superdog, a Program Network cartoon about Superman’s dog saving the day with other heroic pets, launched in 2005. Now, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that the entire series will be released on DVD on August 2nd.
Krypto, a dog with all of Superman’s extraordinary powers, first appeared in comic books in 1955, created by Otto Binder and Curt Swan. Alan Burnett and Paul Dini, who previously collaborated on Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series, conceived the series. Krypto is adopted by a little kid after Superman is too preoccupied with saving the world to properly care for him. Throughout the two-season course of the show, Krypto frequently teamed up with other pet superheroes Streaky and Ace the Bat-hound to battle the pets of DC’s most famous villains.
Sam Vincent as Krypto, Brian Drummond as Streaky, Scott McNeil as Ace the Bat-Hound, Alberto Ghisi, Tabita St. Germain, Terry Klassen, Ellen Kennedy, Michael Dobson, and others make up the voice cast of Krypto the Superdog.
The series’ supervising producers were Scott Jeralds and Burnett, with producers Linda Steiner and Dini and executive producer Sander Schwartz. Burnett and Dini also worked on Krypto the Superdog as story editors, with Jeralds directing all 39 episodes.
Streaky was voiced by Brian Drummond (Monster Beach), Ace the Bat-Hound was voiced by Scott McNeil (X-Men: Evolution), Kevin Whitney was voiced by Alberto Ghisi (Trick ‘r Treat), Andrea was voiced by Tabita St. Germain (My Little Pony franchise), Tusky Husky was voiced by Terry Klassen (Dragon Ball Z), Brainy Barker was voiced by Ellen Kennedy (Polly Pocket), and Bulldog was voiced Tail Terrier was played by Peter Kelamis (Beyond, Riverdale), Mechanikat was played by Mark Oliver (Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu), Hot Dog was played by Trevor Devall (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), and Snooky Wookums was played by Nicole Bouma (Powerpuff Girls Z).