Marvin White's Pet and Mascot
|Real name:||Wonder Dog|
|Base:|| Hall of Justice|
|Abilities:||freakishly high intelligence|
|Wonder Dog Gallery|
From the SuperFriends Series:
- The Power Pirate
- Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.
- The Baffles Puzzle
- The Weather Maker
- The Shamon U
- Dr. Pelagrin's War
- The Balloon People
- Too Hot to Handle
- The Androids
- The Ultra Beam
- The Fantastic FRERPs
- The Mysterious Moles
- The Menace of the White Dwarf
- Gulliver's Gigantic Goof
- The Planet-Splitter
- The Watermen
From the SuperFriends Comic Book:
- Super Friends #1
- Super Friends #2
- Super Friends #3
- Super Friends #4
- Super Friends #5
- Super Friends #6
- Super Friends #7
- Super Friends #8
- Super Friends #9
- Wonder Dog is allergic to almonds.
- Although he is an animal without the ability to speak, he does have a knack for barking in such a way that he can at times be understood. He also communicates to others by gestures and acting out scenes.
- Although not as intelligent as humans, Wonder Dog seems to be quite a bit more intelligent than most ordinary bloodhounds, and at times, it is Wonder Dog that figures out something that Marvin and Wendy are completely stumped on.
- Wonder Dog was created by E. Nelson Bridwell.
- According to series writer/producer Dwayne McDuffie, 'Wonder Dog' made a cameo appearance on the animated series, Justice League Unlimited, in the episode "Ultimatum" as the "beast that threw itself against the bars".
- Wonder Dog made his first DC Comics appearance in Teen Titans Vol 3 # 62. Here is shown to be an evil Hellhound and an agent of the supervillain King Lycus.
|Members of the Justice League of America|
Aquaman (founding member) • Batman (founding member) • Superman (founding member) • Flash (founding member)
Appearances in Other Media
- ↑ It is revealed in Season 1 that Wonder Dog is half-bloodhound. It's not certain what the other half is.
- ↑ As mentioned in Super Friends # 1 (November 1976), published August 25, 1976.
- ↑ As mentioned in the season 1 episode The Shamon U.
- ↑ The Justice League Unlimited episode: Ulimatum at the Watchtower. Also, go the DCAU wiki for a thorough review of the episode: Ultimatum.'