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Introduction

Kick-butt superheroes, evil and conniving villains, and a whole world of action and adventure - it’s no surprise that you’d want to pick a name from the world of DC Comics for your very own doggy sidekick! Founded in 1934 by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, DC Comics - named after the company’s beloved series Detective Comics - changed the game for superhero media for years to come. With memorable heroes like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Hawkgirl, fans have been entertained and enraptured for generations. With a phenomenal line-up of inspirational characters and creators, there is no better place to find a powerful name for your perfect pooch.

DC Comics Dog Names in Pop Culture

DC Comics Dog Name Considerations

Any dog can be a superhero as long as he has a name that fits! Sure, maybe your pet pooch is a little on the small side, but even a dog of small stature can be a bold, powerful ally. Besides, if we know anything about superheroes, it’s that we don’t have to be big to be strong. This is true of dogs too! Superdogs come in all shapes and sizes, and it’s your job to fit them with a catchy name that fits their super status.

DC Comics names will appeal to anyone who wants to reminisce about their childhood and share their love for empowering and adventurous superheroes. These names inspire action; after all, who wouldn’t want to take their dog Krypton for a walk in the park? And while these names may be better suited for a more active and adventurous dog, there are certainly those that will also apply to those more mischievous and lazy pups. And don’t forget about those wily supervillains! Perhaps your cunning, playful pup is well-suited to a name that describes his intelligence and trickery. Whatever you’re dog’s nature, there is a DC Comics name that will match!

Male DC Comics Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
6
Telos
Created to protect the planet Brainiac, he is solely responsible for the planet’s protection and the reason for its existence
6
Wheeler
The creator and founder of DC Comics
6
Bunker
First appearing in the Teen Titans, Bunker is a young superhero from Mexico with the ability to make physical creations with psychic energy
5
Alfred
Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne’s steadfast friend and butler
5
Cyborg
Once a star athlete, now half computer, Cyborg is connected to every computer on the planet and possesses super strength and endurance
5
Trigon
A powerful demon and ruler of worlds, he is the father of Raven, a powerful member of the New Teen Titans
4
Blue
Blue Beetle is a superhero (when he’s not being a normal high school kid) who has full body armor, amazing weaponry, and the ability to fly
4
Harvey
A Gotham police detective, Harvey Bullock knows the laws and how to bend them in order to catch the city’s most dangerous criminals
4
Arrow
Green Arrow is a master of martial arts and the bow and arrow, and is always fighting on behalf of the little guy
4
Sheldon
Sheldon Mayer was the editor for the Justice Society of America
3
Jerry
Jerry Siegel is one of the co-creators of Superman
3
Warner
DC Comics is published by DC Entertainment, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment
3
Sandy
The Sandman is an anthropomorphic figure that represents dreams personified
2
Bane
An international terrorist and one of Batman’s arch-rivals, this supervillain is brilliant and has super-strength powered by venom
2
Captain
Nemesis of The Flash, Captain Cold is calculating and unfeeling yet this villain is shockingly ethical, following a strict code of honor
2
Gotham
A dangerous, fictional American city that is most famously known as the home of Batman
2
Kid
The Kid Flash is the young protege of the Flash; he gained his powers after a freak lightning strike
2
Riddler
A legendary villain with impressive intellect who creates elaborate traps for his victims and nemeses, particularly Batman
2
Crow
A name derived from Scarecrow - a villain and nemesis of Batman who uses hallucinogenic toxins to create fear in his victims
1
Bruce
Bruce Wayne is a wealthy billionaire who also masquerades as the super-anti hero Batman
1
Knight
A name derived from the Dark Knight, a nickname for Batman
0
Ares
The Olympian god of War with super strength, invulnerability, and the ability to use any and all known weapons; he is a nemesis of Wonder Woman
0
Atom
A brilliant scientist who gained the power to shrink himself down to the size of a subatomic particle
-1
Robin
The guy who put sidekicks on the map; he is Batman’s loyal sidekick and protege, and a symbol of light and family throughout the Dark Knight’s story
-1
Jay
Jay Garrick is the Flash: the fastest man alive - with the ability to travel at near light-speed, it’s no surprise that he was a founding member of the Justice League of America
-1
Zoom
An FBI agent and friend of the Flash, this “heroic” villain’s tragic history led to an explosion that gave him the power to manipulate and travel through time
-1
Krypton
A distant, fictional planet that orbits a red sun and is the birthplace of heroes like Superman, Supergirl, and Krypto the Superdog
-1
Shazam
A magic superhero with the incomparable combinations of super strength, flight, genius, speed, and healing
-2
Constantine
A callous master of the dark arts and the occult; he’s constantly battling demons and dark forces that wish to abuse his power
-3
Wally
Wally West, better known as Kid Flash, is the Flash’s young protege

Female DC Comics Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Circe
An immortal sorceress who desires to seek out and destroy Wonder Woman
7
Aqua
Aquagirl has telepathic and water-breathing powers that let her fight alongside Aquaman
7
Star
S.T.A.R. Labs is a fictional research center with bases in cities and worlds throughout the D.C. Comics universe
7
Arleen
Arleen Sorkin was the original voice actress for Harley Quinn
6
Quinn
Harley Quinn is the energetic villain in love with the Joker and one of the most identifiable members of the Suicide Squad
6
Starfire
A courageous alien hero with the power to convert UV radiation into energy to fly and shoot energy blasts at her enemies
5
Amanda
Amanda Waller is the creator of Task Force X, commonly referred to as the Suicide Squad, and is prolific in combat skills and strategy
5
Solomon
Solomon Grundy is a zombie supervillain with the power to resurrect the dead and absorb and manipulate energy
5
Martian
Miss Martian is a telepathic young girl from Mars with a bubbly personality and the ability to fly and shape shift
5
Selina
Selina Kyle is the real identity of popular heroic-villain and thief Catwoman
4
Ivy
An eco-terrorist in the city of Gotham, Poison Ivy is a villain who uses her wits and toxins to take out her enemies
3
Amethyst
The Princess of Gemworld, she possesses skills in swordplay and the magic of the House of Amethyst
3
Zatara
A master magician and illusionist, he is also the father of the superheroine Zatanna
3
Barda
A New god from Apokolips, she left her home and came to earth, serving as a member of the Justice League
3
Marv
Marv Wolfman is a key creator of many DC Comics characters including Raven from the Teen Titans
3
Ghoul
Derived from “Ra’s al Ghul,” a supervillain and genius mastermind with skills in martial arts and alchemy
2
Harley
Harley Quinn is the member of the supervillain team Suicide Squad, with extreme agility and cunning, quirky intellect
2
Aphrodite
A Greek goddess and the creator of Wonder Woman
1
Raven
Despite being the daughter of an interdimensional demon, she is a vital member of the Teen Titans
1
Terra
A hitwoman with earth manipulation powers and a member of the Teen Titans for a short time
1
Zatanna
A talented magician with magic powers, she is a friend of Bruce Wayne (a.k.a. Batman) and spent some time working for the Justice League
1
Monty
Renee Montoya is a key member of the Gotham City Police Department; she is partnered with Harvey Bullock and fights to keep bad guys off the streets
1
Ra
Derived from “Ra’s al Ghul,” a villain and member of the League of Assassins and adversary of Batman
0
Solstice
A superheroine and member of the Teen Titans with the ability to fly and manipulate light
0
Arella
The mother of the superheroine Raven
-1
Hive
The Hierarchy of International Vengeance and Extermination is a supervillain organization that desires to rid the world of the Teen Titans
-1
Canary
The Black Canary is one of D.C. Comic’s earliest superheroines; she protects the streets from crime with her ultrasonic scream
-2
Vixen
A superheroine with the ability to take on traits of every animal on earth; she served as a member of the Justice League
-3
Tamara
The planet from which the alien and superheroine Starfire originated
-3
Solar
Solar energy is a type of power used by various DC Comics heroes and villains such as Starfire, Solar Boy, and Apollo

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