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Krypto the Superdog is an American animated television series produced by DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation, based on the DC Comics character Krypto. The show premiered on Cartoon Network in March 25, 2005 and aired on Kids’ WB! in September 2006. A comic book series (based on the TV show) was published by DC Comics under the Johnny DC imprint, which lasted 6 issues, from 2005 to 2006. The show was designed primarily for young children. As the planet Krypton is about to be destroyed, Superman’s father Jor-El makes a ship and puts a white puppy named Krypto into it for a test flight to see if it is safe enough for interstellar travel. While aboard the ship, Krypto accidentily destroys several wires and causes the ship to put him into a deep sleep while it heads on to Earth. Upon landing on Earth, Krypto is a fully grown dog, possessed of superpowers similar to those of Superman’s (since all Kryptonian life-forms gain superpowers from exposure to a yellow sun, such as Earth’s sun). Later, Krypto is adopted by Kevin Whitney, a 9-year-old boy, with whom Superman arranges for him to stay. Krypto poses as an ordinary dog while living with Kevin’s family, but adopts the secret identity of “Superdog” for his superheroic deeds; Kevin is aware of Krypto’s dual identity, but the rest of Kevin’s family is not. In this series, the various animals, including Krypto, all are capable of speaking to each other, but not to humans, save for Kevin (who is able to communicate with Krypto
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