Marvin White's Pet and Mascot
|Real name:||Wonder Dog|
|Base:||Hall of Justice|
Super Marv and Wonder Dog
|Abilities:||freakishly high intelligence|
|Wonder Dog Gallery|
Although he was an animal without the ability to speak, he did have a knack for barking in such a way that he could at times be understood, as if he were speaking real words. He also communicated 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.
Powers and Abilities
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 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
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 seen in the Limited Collectors' Edition.
- As seen in multiple episodes.
- 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.'