Kingdom Come Inspired Dog Names In Pop Culture
Norman took the world by storm back in 2012, when videos of him riding around his neighborhood started surfacing on the internet. Norman has somehow learned how to balance himself on these rides and actually push himself ahead fairly far. His adoptive Mother, Karen Cobb, has been nothing but supportive of her dog since day one. Ms. Cobb has gone above and beyond the call of duty to find the right pieces of equipment for Norman. For a dog as hairy and large as a French Briard, this can turn out to be quite a task. But for Karen Cobb, no price was too steep to set up her pet for success.
As strange as it may seem, Norman's abilities aren't all that uncommon among French Briards; these dogs are naturally very inquisitive and have a knack for figuring out how things work very quickly. French Briards have been featured in many videos on the net where they display their athletic talent and have also been involved in a number of tests to see if dogs can learn how to drive cars. Personally, we don't know what's crazier - that these dogs are being incorporated into these tests or the fact that they're actually doing fairly well!
Concerning the DC Universe, dogs like Krypto and Ace would be proud to see a member of their species shattering limits and pushing boundaries. Ace, in particular, would be able to relate to Norman's ability to use pieces of equipment that were originally designed for humans (Ace was trained by various members of the Bat Family to fight crime all on his own after all). Krypto would find a kindred spirit in Norman due to the fact that both of them were born with abilities that aren't typically associated with canines. Nevertheless, both Norman and Krypto have strived to use those gifts constructively.
Kingdom Come Inspired Dog Name Considerations
For those who don't know, a deconstruction story is one that tears down the conventions associated with its predecessors. Kingdom Come briefly deconstructs the superhero genre via the heroes that use lethal force like Magog - one might not approve of their methods but villains like The Joker aren't able to walk around the place without a second thought. Kingdom Come also establishes itself as a reconstruction story by rebuilding the ancient conventions associated with superheroes; whereas the heroes of old would simply fight criminals, Kingdom Come argues heavily in favor of rehabilitating them. We don't want to spoil the plot too much, but we will say the story's worth a read for its philosophical merit. As you read it, keep your pen in hand to make note of possible characters that may provide name fodder for your pup. Is your dog a Lois, Alloy, Gog or Athena?